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New Mexico Workforce Connection and the New Mexico House of Representatives are teaming up to fill full-time positions for the upcoming 2020 Legislative session. The session will run from January 21st through February 20, 2020 and is located in Santa Fe.

Positions include

•             Food Service Staff

•             Reading Clerk 

•             Supply Clerk 

•             Duplication Clerk 

•             Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms 

•             Committee Assistant 

•             Legislative Assistant

•             Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk 

For further information, paper application and instruction, please go to your local Workforce Connection at 301 West De Vargas, Santa Fe NM or call 505-827-7434.

Title: Food Service Staff - job order # 575344Duties: Performs varied duties including food preparation, stocking, and cleanup. Food service and cashiering experience is helpful. Requires long hours and weekend duty. Performs other duties as required. 


Title: Reading Clerk - job order # 575343Duties: Attends all floor sessions of the House, seated on the rostrum. Reads each piece of proposed legislation by number, sponsor, and title. Provides an original copy of all front-desk documents to the duplication clerk for in-house distribution. Assists with the numbering of bills when requested. Performs other duties as required. 


Title: Supply Clerk - job order # 575342Duties: Processes supply requests sent electronically. Picks up supply requests twice daily for House staff throughout the building and distributes supplies accordingly. Receives purchase requests and maintains a current supply inventory. Works under the supervision of the purchasing agent. Performs other duties as required. 


Title: Duplication Clerk - job order # 575340Duties: Operates the photocopiers. Duplicates and distributes front desk documents (committee reports, votes, amendments, etc.). Copies documents for staff on a priority basis. Works closely with committee assistants to locate and copy documents for committee meetings. Assists the enrolling and engrossing clerks with the duplication of legislation and certificates. Performs other duties as required. 


Title: Assistant Sergeant-at-Arms - job order # 575338Duties: Controls access to the House chamber. Receives messages at the chamber doors and delivers to the member on the floor. Distributes documents to members during floor sessions. Verifies the authorization and seating of expert witnesses on the floor of the House. Preserves order in the gallery and areas adjacent to the chamber. Prohibits the distribution of advertising materials in the chamber. Enforces the rules of the House. Updates the members’ bill binders after the daily floor session. Performs other duties as required. Title: Duplication Clerk Duties: Operates the photocopiers. Duplicates and distributes front desk documents (committee reports, votes, amendments, etc.). Copies documents for staff on a priority basis. Works closely with committee assistants to locate and copy documents for committee meetings. Assists the enrolling and engrossing clerks with the duplication of legislation and certificates. Performs other duties as required. 


Title:: Committee Assistant - job order # 575337Duties: Provides legislative support services for a committee chairperson, which includes: telephone coverage; typing correspondence; organizing and maintaining a filing system; picking up mail, fiscal impact reports, legislation that has been drafted for the chairperson and other legislative documents on a daily basis; tracking legislation sponsored by the chairperson; maintaining a log of constituent contacts pertaining to legislation; and preparation of a daily schedule of legislative and social events. Makes the necessary arrangements for the following: pages; tours for constituents; requests for legislative certificates; scheduling of committee rooms for hearings; notification of expert witnesses; special passes for chairperson’s guests at the rostrum; and other related matters as required. At the direction of the chairperson, prepares and distributes committee hearing schedules. Oversees the preparation and setup of the committee room and the compilation of materials in the bill binders prior to committee hearings. (Note: it is required that secretaries assigned to morning committees be at work one hour prior to the scheduled committee hearing). Records attendance of members and votes taken on each motion pertaining to every piece of proposed legislation that comes before the committee. Receives and inventories all legislation assigned to the committee by the Speaker and maintains a filing system for all such legislation. Prepares and transmits committee reports in accordance with the House format and procedures outlined in the Committee Secretary Handbook. At the direction of the chairperson, notifies the Speaker’s office when committee members will be late for daily floor session. Performs other duties as required.


 Title: Legislative Assistant- job order # 575336Duties: Provides secretarial support services for a member of the majority/minority leadership, which includes: telephone coverage; typing correspondence; organizing and maintaining a filing system; picking up mail, fiscal impact reports, legislation that has been drafted for the member and other legislative documents on a daily basis; tracking legislation sponsored by the member; maintaining a log of constituent contacts pertaining to legislation; and preparation of a daily schedule of legislative and social events. Greets the general public in a polite and professional manner. Provides constituent services. Schedules meetings for member as requested. Makes the necessary arrangements for the following: pages; tours for constituents; requests for legislative certificates; special passes for member’s guests at the rostrum. Performs other duties as required. 


Title: Enrolling and Engrossing Clerk - job order # 575335Duties: Enrolls and engrosses all House and Senate amendments into House passed legislation. Produces certificates of congratulations and condolence. Maintains a filing system for all House legislation. Performs other duties as required. Title: Certificate Clerk Duties: Position available to create certificates of appreciation, condolence, and recognition as requested by Members of the House. This position requires excellent writing skills to compose the language for the certificate and occasionally researching information for an individual, organization or event. Must be proficient in Microsoft Word and Word Perfect. Requires prompt responsiveness to requests, attention to detail and accuracy, and strong organizational skills.