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Santa Fe County Public Safety Virtual Job Fair

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April 17 @ 10:00 am - 2:00 pm

Virtual

Are you looking for a new career? The Santa Fe County Public Safety Virtual Job Fair is a great place to start your search and learn how to become a community hero! Positions are available as sheriff’s deputies, volunteer and career firefighters, emergency communication specialists (dispatchers), detention officers, and nurses.

The virtual event takes place Saturday, April 17, 2021, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at santafecountynm.gov/jobfair. Each session will begin with an overview of public safety as well as a quick detailed presentation on that specific department. Immediately following the presentation there will be 30 – 45 minutes for questions and answers.

Starting pay ranges from $14.50 to $19 an hour, without experience. Log in at the time listed below for the positions in which you’re interested to learn more about becoming a local hero.

Sheriff 10 a.m.
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Push your limits! Discover possibility and challenge yourself with a career you can be proud of: The Santa Fe County Sheriff’s Office, which has 175 years of law enforcement history and tradition. Make a difference, protect and serve, and become a hero first on the scene.

Deputy: 21 years or older with a high school diploma or equivalent.

Fire 11 a.m.
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Santa Fe County Fire Department is a unique combination of paid and volunteer positions. Volunteering is a great way to get training. They hire and train new career personnel once a year. Become a hero who answers the call.

Volunteer firefighter:

Junior member – 16-17 years old no education requirement.

Active volunteer – 18+ years old, no educational requirement.

Career firefighter:

18 years old, minimum of a GED/high school diploma.

RECC 12 p.m.
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They always focus on the mission, the goal, the purpose of what they do. They’re here to answer the call and save lives. Nothing is more important than saving people’s lives and they do it every single day. Become a hero behind the scenes.

Emergency Communication Specialist: 18 or older with a high school diploma or equivalent within six months of date of hire.

Corrections 1 p.m.
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Serving a purpose that builds character, courage, and most importantly, problem-solving techniques, while aiming to protect the public, with a humble and appreciative mindset. Become a hero keeping us safe as detention officer or nurse at the Adult Detention Center.

Detention Officer: High school diploma or equivalent.

LPN: Graduate from a licensed practice nursing program. Licensed in the state of New Mexico.

RN: Degree in Nursing. Current registered nurse license.