Human Resources & Employment

We will post available employment opportunities here, so check back often. We’ll make positions and application information available when a job is open.

Current Job Postings

  • Event Coordinator
    Location: Deming Office
    Reports to: SWREC Executive Director
    Part time through June 30 with possibility of becoming full time upon new fiscal year.
    Salary range $35,000–$40,000 (full-time range) pro-rated for remainder of fiscal year/part time. Final salary based on education and experience.
    For more information on this position, please see the Event Coordinator job description.
    Please apply for the Event Coordinator position online.
  • Contract Position for Administrative Support
    Charter Schools Division at NMPED
    Through June 30, 2023
    $35/hour with approximately 10–15 hours/week
    For more information on this position, please see the Contract Position for Administrative Support job description.
    Please apply for the Contract Position for Administrative Support job online.

  • Peer Reviewers
    SWREC, on behalf of our customer, The New Mexico Public Education Department (PED), Charter Schools Division (CSD), in support of the Public Education Commission’s New Application process, is seeking individuals to serve as peer reviewers. The vision of the Charter Schools Division is to drive student success in New Mexico by supporting excellent authorizing practices and charter schools that provide innovative, quality education. The purpose of the new application process is to ensure that only the highest quality applicants, who demonstrate the capacity to operate an effective and high-quality public school, are granted a charter.
    Peer reviewers will independently read, score, and provide timely, well-written comments, supported by the application submission, the rubric, and relevant laws and regulations. Reviewers must be available to meet virtually to discuss their scoring and comments for the eligible new charter school applications submitted to the New Mexico Public Education Commission via Options for Parents and Families - Charter Schools Division. Peer reviewers must also be available to conduct interviews of the applicant team (virtually with video capability) to determine the team’s capacity to implement the charter school proposed in the application package.
    Peer reviewers will be paid $2,400 per application, which includes both scoring the written application and conducting the capacity interview. Team leads will receive an
    additional $600 per application as they have additional duties and responsibilities.
    Please see the Call for Peer Reviewers position description.
    Please apply for the Peer Reviewer roles online.
  • Structured Literacy Coach
    The structured literacy coach will support school sites in implementation of structured literacy in schools requesting coaching support. This aligns to the statewide literacy initiative and efforts between the Regional Education Cooperatives (RECs) and representatives of the New Mexico Public Education Department (NMPED).
    Literacy coaches must have the ability to support teachers, school reading coaches, interventionists, and administrators in planning, organizing, and delivering instruction to meet individual and school needs utilizing state guidelines and district or charter school Literacy Plans.
    Assignments will include primarily in-person support but will also have the opportunity for some virtual (synchronous and asynchronous supports).
    Literacy coaches will also be responsible for developing and delivering professional learning opportunities as it relates to school needs in Structured Literacy evidence-based practices. Coaches will be trained as local LETRS 3rd Edition Facilitators to support providing professional learning in LETRS to supporting schools and REC member districts.
    For the full job description, please see the Structured Literacy Coach job description. Please apply for the Structured Literacy Coach position online.
  • Micro-Credential Facilitator
    The micro-credential facilitator position supports level I (new career) educators as they work toward their level II license.
    The micro-credential facilitator will:
    • Guide educator growth and development as professionals.
    • Have a deep understanding of the content within the micro-credential to which they are assigned.
    • Provide timely feedback and support to teachers as they work through assignments, discussion boards, surveys, reflections, etc.
    • Monitor teachers progress to ensure they finish the micro-credential within six to 12 weeks.
    • Regularly communicate with teachers.
    • Score the culminating mastery component after successful completion of the courses within a micro credential.
    For more details on the ideal candidate for this position, please see the Micro-Credential Facilitator job description.
    Please apply for the Micro-Credential Facilitator job online.
Equal Opportunity Employer

    SWREC is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, religion, age, marital status, or handicap/disability in employment practices or the provision of services.