There are several businesses looking to hire people to fill high-demand jobs during the coronavirus pandemic.
The company announced Monday it will be awarding bonuses to employees who are required to be at CVS facilities to assist patients and customers in this time of unprecedented need. Bonuses will range from $150 to $500. They will be awarded to pharmacists and other health care professionals, store associates and managers and other site-based hourly employees. Apply at https://jobs.cvshealth.com/
Candidates can learn more about a variety of opportunities across the Dollar General network and apply for available openings here. Dollar General currently anticipates the majority of these roles to be temporary but says long-term career growth opportunities will be available to some new employees.
Kroger CEO: We have hired 2,000 people and have 10,000 openings due to coronavirus demand. Apply at https://jobs.kroger.com/
The Bernalillo County Metropolitan Detention Center is still hiring and training correctional officers amid the coronavirus pandemic. MDC says the closures of their hiring events have had an effect on their recruitment efforts so they are in need of correctional officers. MDC says that a virtual recruiting campaign is in the works and that there is an upcoming academy class starting in May. For more information about a job as an MDC correctional officer visit their recruiting website or call 505-839-8999.
The New Mexico Department of Transportation is looking to fill ten temporary positions. The department needs five people in Carlsbad and five in Hobbs to collect debris on the roadsides. The job pays $12.50 an hour and seasonal with expected temporary assignments to August 31.
If interested to apply for a position, please contact Sabrina Sanders at 575-626-6979 or Sabrina.Sanders@state.nm.us. Other full time positions, visit https://www.spo.state.nm.us/
Multiple positions are available throughout the state with hourly wages range from $17 to $19 with a variety of shifts available, including indoor and outdoor work. The jobs are available now and the only place to apply is usps.com/careers. From the website, click on “Search Jobs,” select “New Mexico,” click “Start,” then click on the link for the appropriate job.
Securitas Security Services North America is actively hiring significant numbers of security officers in selected locations throughout the U.S. In New Mexico, the company will be hiring in Albuquerque, Santa Fe, Rio Rancho, Espanola, and Las Vegas. All Securitas positions require drug and background screening. Interested candidates can apply online at www.securitasjobs.com.
Smith’s Food & Drug Stores today announced that it is hiring workers immediately to deal with increased demand in response to COVID-19. To help keep shelves stocked with fresh, affordable food and essential items, Smith’s is working relentlessly to replenish shelves that require more restocking than usual, along with extra deep cleaning to mitigate the risk of the virus spreading. Apply at https://www.smithsfoodanddrug.com/
Sprouts Farmers Market is filling more than 140 roles across its stores in New Mexico. Positions range from hourly part-time roles to core management roles. All interested candidates may apply either online at sprouts.com/careers or by texting the word “careers” to 480-800-8056. We are not encouraging walk-in applications at this time.
They also announced plans to provide a special cash bonus for hourly associates. The bonus is for all U.S. hourly associates in stores, clubs, supply chain, and offices. The bonus will be $300 for full-time hourly associates and $150 for part-time hourly associates and will add up to more than $365 million. Every hourly associate employed by the company as of March 1 will qualify, and it will payout on April 2. Apply at careers.walmart.com
The University of New Mexico is hiring registered nurses, nurse practitioners, and physicians according to a post on their Facebook page. Visit unmhjobs.com to apply today.
If you are an employer and looking to hire extra staff in New Mexico as a result of the impact of coronavirus, please email your news release to email@example.com
New Mexico Coronavirus Resources
- Tracking Coronavirus in New Mexico
- COVID-19 Testing Sites
- FAQ on ‘Stay-at-Home’ order
- New Mexico School Closings: What you need to know
- Donate Blood
- Job changes due to coronavirus – Here’s what you need to know
- Jobs: These businesses are looking to hire due to coronavirus
- How to help during coronavirus
- Resource for New Mexico Seniors
- New Mexico School Meal Sites