Employer Services


Employers, Thank you for thinking of Santa Fe Community College Career Services as a resource for your next employee or intern *.


We have a new, user friendly job database called Your New Job,

which is FREE to employers, students, alumni, and community members. 


To get started, go to and sign up.  


You will get a response e-mail to verify you signed up and a link create a password. Then, you are set to go.

Use the employer sign in side of for all future logins.


Employers can

Create their own company profile
 - Link to their career web page, and
- Post individual job postings in the system

 Larger companies can create separate application and contact instructions for each posting, if they wish.

If you have questions or need assistance, you can e-mail us at or call 505-428-1303.

* If you are recruiting for an unpaid internship, U.S. Department of Labor laws require that the position is not replacing a regular employment position and that the primary purpose of the position is for the student to learn. YOU MUST INCLUDE IN YOUR POSTING WHAT YOU WILL TEACH THE INTERN ABOUT YOUR BUSINESS. More information on unpaid internship requirements is available at  You can also call me with questions about internships at the number below. 


THE SFCC FANTASTIC FUTURES CAREER FAIR is an excellent place for recruiters to find and speak to great candidates.  30 percent of our students have advanced degrees and are updating their skills or recareering. The event is: 

Thursday, April 27, 2017, 10am - 2pm, in the SFCC Main Hall and near Campus Center.  Free to students and community members.

Individual employer hiring events on campus may be created for new businesses with multiple hires.

Job Club: Employers may schedule a post weekly Job Club meeting with job seekers. 

Call 505-428-1406 or e-mail with questions or to get on the career fair invitation list.

New Mexico Employers' Benefits: The New Mexico Department of Workforce Solutions administers 9 programs that are especially appealing to employers by benefitting their bottom line through tax credits.  The Work Opportunity Tax Credti (WOTC) provides federal tax credits to employers who hire new employees from 9 targeted populations.  Click here for more information.



 In 1966, the U.S. Department of Labor (USDOL) created the Federal Bonding Program (FBP) as an employer job-hire incentive that guaranteed the job honesty of at-risk job seekers. Federal financing of Fidelity Bond insurance, issued free-of-charge to employers, enabled the delivery of bonding services as a unique job placement tool to assist ex-offenders, and other at-risk/hard-to-place job applicants (e.g., recovering substance abusers, welfare recipients, poor credits, etc.)

The bonds issued by the FBP serve as a job placement tool by guaranteeing to the employer the job honesty of at-risk job seekers. Employers receive the bonds free-of-charge as an incentive to hire hard-to-place job applicants as wage earners. The FBP bond insurance was designed to reimburse the employer for any loss due to employee theft of money or property with no deductible amount to become the employer’s liability (i.e., 100% bond insurance coverage).

Fidelity Bonding service delivery has been streamlined to take only a few minutes time, and efficiently serve the operational needs of local staffs who are already burdened by other paperwork and processing delays. Click here for more information.  Contact the New Mexico Department of Workforce Solution's Federal Bond Program at 505-841-8501. 

For more information, please contact Patty Armstrong, GCDF, Senior Career Services Coordinator, 505-428-1406,

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