Hawks Aloft Inc.
PO Box 10028
Albuquerque, NM 87184
Phone: 505 828-9455
Fax: 505 828-9769
E-Mail: gail@hawksaloft.org

Logo: Hawks Aloft Inc.

Jobs

Part-time Office Manager/Bookkeeper

Hawks Aloft, Inc., a 25-year-old nonprofit company, is seeking a part-time Office Manager/Bookkeeper. This individual will be responsible for day-to-day office operations and will often be the only one present in our office, especially during the summer research field season. Position requires a take-charge individual with a proven track record in problem resolution and successful operation of a business office.

Applicant must have experience in the following areas:

Fluency with Quickbooks and Excel
Time reporting and payroll processing in Quickbooks,
Monthly and quarterly state and federal payroll tax payments and reporting,
Accounts Payable,
Accounts Receivable,
Collections,
Budgeting,
Grants/Contracts Management, especially government contracting

Other job tasks:

General office organization
Compiling reports for Board of Director meetings
Telephone reception
Filling Online Orders (minimal)

Qualification Requirements:

Some college level accounting coursework
2+ years experience in the this field

Hawks Aloft, Inc. is a nonprofit, conservation, research, and education organization. We offer a competitive salary in a pleasant working environment and are looking for someone who will fit well with our current staff. Our non-smoking office is located at 6715 Eagle Rock Road NE, Suite A.

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter, and three references to:

Gail Garber
PO Box 10028
Albuquerque, NM 87184.

E-mail submissions are encouraged to: gail@hawksaloft.org No phone calls, please!

Internships

We offer a very limited number of internships.  These are intended to benefit both Hawks Aloft and the intern.   Internships will introduce the accepted individual to all aspects of Hawks Aloft, from avian biology and field studies, to our itinerant education and outreach programs.   Other duties will be assigned that will include assistance with data entry, office work, publications, cage cleaning, and other things that come up.  Internships should be considered equal to all entry level paid positions and must include a minimum of 20 hours per week for a duration of at least one month with duties assigned by Hawks Aloft staff biologists, the office manager and the education coordinator.  Field internships are generally only offered in the months of May – August.  Educational internships are only offered September – May. We do not offer any paid internships, but do reimburse mileage for required travel.

If you would like to apply for an internship with Hawks Aloft, please send a cover letter that details your experience to date and your preferred area of study as well as how Hawks Aloft will benefit for your participation in our organization.  Please also send a resume and two references to officemanager AT Hawksaloft.org

We do have several available volunteer positions.

Holding the Wrapped EAgleSeeking Raptor Rescue Volunteers.  Do you have a soft spot in your heart for these magnificent birds of prey?  Have you wondered how they are found and how they get to qualified rehabilitation centers?  One of the most satisfying feelings is knowing that you helped to save a bird that otherwise would have perished.  We can use you!  Help with hands-on raptor rescues and also dispatcher for rescue calls.  Our hotline is staffed 7 days per week.   In addition to dispatch, we seek volunteers to rescue injured, ill, and orphaned raptors, corvids and roadrunners throughout the state, provide transport to wildlife rehabilitators and veterinarians.   We also occasionally run transport birds between locations within the state to ensure the best possible care.  Training is provided.  Contact Katrina for more information.

Become a Volunteer!

Chuck Brandt at Armendaris Bat Caves – photo by Gail Garber

Hawks Aloft is always looking for people willing to join our dedicated team of volunteers. You can help us in a variety of ways, including:

  • raptor rescues in New Mexico
  • assisting with educational programs
  • helping us care for our live, non-releasable raptors
  • helping at outreach booths
  • donating special skills, such as photography or computer expertise
  • distributing newsletters
  • conducting avian field work throughout New Mexico

Contact us to find out more.