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SPO Seeks to Fill State Agency Positions Across New Mexico

Santa Fe, N.M. – Today, the NM State Personnel Office (SPO) announced they will be in the State Capitol Rotunda on Tuesday, February 12 from 8:30 a.m.—2:00 p.m. to help job seekers with the state’s application process during the legislative session.

“New Mexico’s state agencies need quality employees to carry out their mission and serve our state’s people,” said Economic Development Secretary Designate Alicia J. Keyes. “SPO’s visibility at the legislative session shows they are eager to fill vacant positions and help make state agencies better.”

“Every single day, state employees strap on their capes and come to work to serve their fellow New Mexicans--they are the real superheroes,” says Director of the State Personnel Office Pam Coleman. “We’re looking forward to inviting more employees to join the state government family.”

The State Personnel Office recruits employees for all state agencies across New Mexico. Prospective employees interested in a fulfilling career with the state are encouraged to attend this event to learn more or to follow up on the status of a submitted application.

Contact SPO Talent Acquisition Director Andrea Rivera-Smith at (505) 695-5606 with any questions.

About New Mexico State Personnel Office:

The State Personnel Office is responsible for the administration and oversight of the classified service personnel system which consists of approximately 18,000 state employees from approximately 68 executive state agencies, boards and commissions. A comprehensive system of human resource management is achieved through the integration of five functional areas which are administered by the State Personnel Director with oversight by a five-member State Personnel Board. Learn more here.

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