The search is open for the next Director of the New Mexico Conference of Churches.
I hope that each of you reading this will take the time to review the search process/documents and to consider your circle of friends and colleagues. If you know individuals who are qualified and might be interested, please encourage
them to apply. The Search Committee is eager to cast a wide net in order to find the right person for this position...
Please keep the Search Committee in your prayers…and remember you may already know our next leader! So, please, remember to refer that person to this website where all applications will be submitted.
In the interim, feel free to send me an email email@example.com, call (505 243-6234) or schedule a visit (1019 Second St. NW, 87102) – as your interim, I’m always ready to hear your concerns.
Grace and Peace,
Kay Huggins, Interim Executive Director,
New Mexico Conference of Churches
For more information visit the NMCC website position posting.
Application procedures for the part time position Director of the New Mexico Conference of Churches.
Please submit through the NMCC general mail box, firstname.lastname@example.org, the following documents:
1. A professional resume or summary of your relevant education and work/volunteer experience. Refer to sections Skill Required and Personal Strengths Required on the job description.
2. A letter of introduction including: your interest in this position, your current understanding of ecumenism, and your response to or questions about the vision and circumstances of the New Mexico Conference of Churches.
3. Contact information (phone and email address) for three references.
Applications will be received November-December; you will be contacted within the week that your application has been received. References may be checked during the application process. However, the search committee will not meet until January, 2017 to select candidates for interviewing. The position may be offered at any time prior to the beginning of May, 2017; if needed the application process may be extended.