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Delivery Driver
Aarons - Grants, New Mexico, us
Delivery Driver Delivery Drivers Keep Aaron’s Moving This isn’t some tedious desk job. Your Career Starts HereWith Aaron’s, being a Delivery Driver can be the first step on a great career journey. Here’s one possible path with us:Delivery Driver >. General Manager The DetailsWhat You Need: • Solid more.

Warehouse Worker
BCforward - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
We are currently seeking a warehouse worker to unloads containers from transport vehicles, moving them from one vehicle to another. Three or more months of plant/warehouse experience required, or the equivalent in related work experience. more.

Warehouse Worker 1 General Laborer - Coca-Cola $16-$35/hr
Coca Cola - Santa Fe, New Mexico, us
No experience requited, hiring immediately, appy more.

Fedex Warehouse/Package Handler $16-$35/hr
Fedex - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
Package Handlers are responsible for warehouse duties including: the physical loading, unloading and/or sorting of packages of varying sizes and weights by hand, including lifting, pushing, pulling, carrying, scanning, placing packages, as well as physical bending, twisting, kneeling and etc. FedEx more.

Goodwill - Store Clerk/Cashier $16-$35/hr
Goodwill - Rio Rancho, New Mexico, us
Cashier duties include ringing up all sales transactions, operating cash register, greeting and assisting customers/donors. more.

Frito-Lay - Warehouser/Material Handler $16-$35/hr
Frito Lay - Santa Fe, New Mexico, us
Work Schedule: 4-5 days per week25 hours per week average Frito-Lay Warehouse/Material Handlers are responsible for a variety of warehouse duties. more.

Warehouse Worker 1 General Laborer - Coca-Cola $16-$35/hr
Coca Cola - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
No experience requited, hiring immediately, appy more.

UPS - Warehouse Worker/Package Handler $16-$35/hr
UPS - Las Cruces, New Mexico, us
Take the next step on your career journey as a Package Handler/Warehouse Worker at UPS. Find out what you’ll become as a Package Handler at UPS. In this fast-paced warehouse job, you’ll lift, lower and slide packages up to 70 lbs. As part of the UPS team, you’ll receive a competitive hourly rate more.

Home Depot - Cashier/Cusomter Service Representative $16-$35/hr
Home depot - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
A Head Cashier will position Cashiers and support them by expediting price checks, approving Point of Sale transactions and markdowns for mainline registers, Self-Checkout, Returns, Pro Desk, Special Services, and Tool Rental. They provide first level escalation for customer issues and assist in more.

UPS - Warehouse Worker/Package Handler $16-$35/hr
UPS - Rio Rancho, New Mexico, us
Take the next step on your career journey as a Package Handler/Warehouse Worker at UPS. Find out what you’ll become as a Package Handler at UPS. In this fast-paced warehouse job, you’ll lift, lower and slide packages up to 70 lbs. As part of the UPS team, you’ll receive a competitive hourly rate more.

Kitchen Team Member/Cook - Buffalo Wild Wings $16-$35/hr
Buffalo Wild Wings - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
As we reach out to more and more fans with changing and varied tastes, the HOH Team is instrumental in making exciting menu items craveable and contribute to what we believe is the highest calling of all delivering the ULTIMATE food experience for sports fans! How's that for cutting edge?. more.

Machine Operator 1 (12-0010453)
Reliance Steel & Aluminum - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
Machines and modifies parts used to repair tools or machines per specifications using tools such as lathes, milling machines, etc. Responsible for performing advanced production activities on variety of machines to produce precision parts and instruments. Aligns and secures holding fixtures, more.

Machine Operator Swing Shift
Dairy Farmers of America - Albuquerque, New Mexico, us
OUR MACHINE OPERATOR FOR THIS POSITION CAN MAKE UP TO:. Watch for jams on the label operator and effectively thread wrap to prevent downtime due to error. more.

Grocery Delivery Driver - Start Driving Soon
Spark Driver - Pinos Altos, New Mexico, us
Available in more than 3,650 cities and all 50 states, the Spark Driver platform makes it possible for you to reach thousands of customers! How it works Enroll using this link Download the Spark Driver app Choose from available offers you want to accept Features NEW! Receive trip more.

General Laborer
Allsup's - Santa Fe, New Mexico, us
Performing manual tasks both indoors and outdoors;.Cleaning, straightening, dusting and stocking shelves;.Removing garbage and debris, sweeping interior and exterior floors, walkways, and driveways;.Cleaning pumps, garbage cans, squeegee’s and buckets;.Cleaning and stocking restrooms;.Unloading, more.

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Blessed From The Garden
3505 Cass Dr, Carlsbad, NM 88220
Harvest Time: April – November
Main Crops: Beans, Beets, Carrots, Cherries, Corn, Cucumbers, Eggplant, Figs, Herbs, Melons, Onions, Peaches, Pecans, Peppers, Rhubarb, Squash, Strawberries, and Tomatoes
Cadwallader Mountain Farms
13 Mountain Park Rd, Mountain Park, NM 88325
Harvest Time: June – July
Main Crops: Apples and Cherries
Heidi’s Raspberry Farm
600 Lindero del Drenaje, Corrales, NM 87048
Harvest Time: August – October
Main Crops: Organic Raspberries
Laughing Sheep Farm
Hwy 380, Lincoln, NM 88316
Harvest Time: May – October
Main Crops: Cucumbers, Melons, and Peaches

Mesilla Valley Maze
3855 West Picacho, Las Cruces, NM 88001
Harvest Time: September – November
Main Crops: Bell Peppers, Black Eyed Peas, Cantaloupes, Cucumbers, Green Beans, Green Chiles, Gourds, Honey Dew Melons, Jalapenos, Okra, Pumpkins, Summer Squash, Zucchini, Sweet Corn, Tomatoes, and Watermelon

Mrs. Boots’ Berries
11 Potrero Rd, Chimayo, NM 87522
Harvest Time: September – October
Main Crops: Raspberries
Nichols Ranch and Orchards
236 Cottonwood Canyon Road, La Luz, NM 88310
Harvest Time: June – July
Main Crops: Cherries, Apples, Plums, and Figs
Purple Adobe Lavender Farm
US 84, Abiquiu, NM 87510
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Apples, Flowers, Pears, and Other Assorted Fruits and Vegetables
Romero’s Orchard
County Rd 1105 Driveway #65, Embudo, NM 87531
Harvest Time: May – November
Apples, Peaches, Apricots, and Pears
Salman Raspberry Ranch
NM-442, La Cueva, NM 87712
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Raspberries
San Patricio Berry Farm
San Patricio, NM 88348
Harvest Time: June – October
Apples and Berries
Sutherland Farms
745 Road 2900, Aztec, NM 87410
Harvest Time: July – October
Main Crops: Beans, Pumpkins, and Assorted Produce

Working in New Mexico

New Mexico, filled with an abundance of geographical diversity, maintains deep roots in farming and ranching despite an overall dry climate. The Mogollon Tribe, prevalent in the area roughly 2,500 years ago, grew corn, squash, and beans on the land. Later Spanish explorers, Native Americans, and Anglo pioneers brought contributions to New Mexicans still essential to the modern state agricultural industry. As top revenue producers of dairy products and cattle, New Mexico accounts for nearly 76% of total cash receipts generated from both areas. Scarce quantities of water require most cropland to utilize irrigation. Hay, used to feed cattle, brings the most profits, followed by pecans, greenhouse and nursery products, chili peppers, and onions. The Chile Pepper Institute, in connection with New Mexico State University, leads the nation in chile pepper research. Employment continues to climb with expanding requests produced by popular commodities.

Home to six out of seven life zones in the world, New Mexico holds the capability of supporting an array of plants and animals based on various temperatures and elevations. Four geographical regions, the Great Plains, the Basin and Range, the Colorado Plateau, and the Rocky Mountains, divide the landscape of The Land of Enchantment. Penistaja soil, spanning 1 million acres, creates deep, well-draining, and reasonably permeable terrain. Productive grasslands account for excellent livestock grazing and wildlife habitats. Growing seasons fluctuate depending on location, with the north experiencing 60 days of prime weather, the south 190 days, and the Rio Grande Corridor averaging 110 days. Similarly, precipitation varies from 20 inches in the north to as little as nine inches in the south. With total farmland encompassing close to 43.9 million acres, the state ranks fifth in possessing the largest amount of arable land.

The average farm consists of nearly 1,800 acres and generally requires multiple farmhands to accomplish daily tasks. The Old Windmill Dairy, a 30-acre farmstead on the outskirts of Albuquerque, consistently seeks farm laborers to assist with cheese making and herd management. Occupations frequently available range in accessibility among migrant workers and pickers to animal caretakers and farm laborers. Diaz Farms, over 1,600 acres of cropland, employs farmworkers to assist in the fields with red chile peppers, green chile peppers, onions, pinto beans, sweet corn, and other vegetables. Pay rates begin at minimum wage and may rise to $9.00 with experience and education. Located in La Mesa, NM, Stahmanns flourishes on a 3,200-acre pecan farm. During harvesting season, which spans October through December, the ranch seeks temporary workers to engage in fruit and vegetable picking.

Individuals eager to start careers in the agriculture industry of New Mexico should begin by applying to local farms in person. With farms close to 97% family-owned, candidates should locate managers or owners and demonstrate interests in aiding the success of business. Teamwork, dedication, punctuality, and honesty remain prized amongst potential workers. Depending on the ranch, health benefits and worker’s compensation may or may not stand available. Applicants desiring higher incomes and excellent job benefits packages should obtain advanced degrees and accrue years of experience. Opportunities in sales and marketing, supervising, and education as well as analysis pose as lucrative avenues of employment for qualified contenders. Online applications generally remain mandatory for larger operations or more advanced careers.

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