The following positions are currently available for contract and/or employment. For more information, please contact David Bowman, REC-1 executive director, at

NMRECA Executive Director

Executive Director, New Mexico Regional Education Cooperatives Association (NMRECA)

QUALIFICATIONS: Master’s degree in Educational Leadership or Administration,
Special Education or Business Administration

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: Reports to the Association President and Executive Board.
provide support to RECA as well as individual RECs through technical assistance, professional
development activities, if requested and representation on the NMCEL Board of Directors,
AESA State Leaders monthly meeting, Deans and Directors, Digital Equity Committee (PED),
Academic competition Advisory Committee, COSSEP, NMEXL and other committees as
assigned. Attending, on occasion, Coordinating Council meetings, respective to each REC.
Attend interim legislative meetings for the Legislative Finance Committee (LFC), if applicable
to education, and the Legislative Education Study Committee (LESC), either in person or
virtually depending on location of meeting, regular attendance at the Legislature during sessions
(in person and virtually), as well as other legislative activities.

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Salary to be determined (range $65K-$75K)

Application Deadline: April 30, 2024 (5:00PM MST)

Submit Application to:
Kelley Alsup, NMRECA President & Executive Director PVREC #8

2218 W. Grand Avenue
Artesia, NM 88210

Digital Learning Coordinator – POSITION CLOSED

Four Corners Regional Education Cooperative #1 is seeking an experienced educator with robust experience using or facilitating technology to enhance student learning, and managerial / leadership experience to coordinate implementation of the State Technology Initiative in our region. The Digital Learning Coordinator will be responsible for the following 5 tasks.

  • planning and providing professional development for teachers in the use of technologies,
  • providing 6 online training sessions,
  • managing a technology-enabled academic competition for students,
  • facilitating the Ed Tech Boost micro-credentialing program for local teachers, and
  • facilitating deployment of a student-run technology.

Anticipated contract period: Mid-October 2023 – May 2024.

Contract value: $54,250

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To discuss this opportunity, contact the REC-1 Executive Director at Interested persons should submit a resume, cover letter, and full contact information.


First Things First: 1/2-time Program Coordinator

REC-1 is posting this position announcement on behalf of First Things First (Arizona Early Childhood Development Health Board). All inquiries about this position should be referred to the contact information in the posting.

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