The New Mexico Finance Authority is a government instrumentality that works to advance New Mexico by financing impactful, well-planned projects — including infrastructure, capital equipment, economic development, and financial recovery projects — for communities and businesses throughout the state. Recent expansion of NMFA’s programs has created the need for additional staff members. NMFA currently has positions open in its program and legal departments. Please see details in the links below. NMFA offers competitive salaries, excellent benefits, and an opportunity for growth.
The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) in Santa Fe is seeking a qualified Funding Coordinator that will report to the Managing Director, Recovery. This position will perform moderately complex technical and professional duties related to planning, organizing, and coordinating the efficient and effective loan closing process, compliance, and servicing functions of the Small Business Recovery Loan Fund (SBRLF) and LEDA Recovery Grant Fund (LEDA). These two programs provide financial assistance to businesses that are experiencing financial hardship due to the public health order resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. This position will also monitor, coordinate, and process loan closings for the SBRLF and LEDA; review applications for eligibility and completeness; provide excellent customer service to applicants; and notify clients in writing of ineligibility or deficiencies.
NMFA is a government instrumentality whose mission is to advance New Mexico by financing impactful, well-planned projects. The ideal candidate will possess experience in fund accounting, investment banking, finance, commercial finance, budget management or a similar field; excellent technical report writing, verbal and written communication skills; a Bachelor’s degree in business administration, accounting, finance, or a related field and at least 3 years progressively responsible experience in fund accounting, investment banking, financial analysis, budget management, or related field. The successful candidate must demonstrate exceptional analysis skills and the ability to communicate the results to a variety of audiences. Ability to balance multiple projects and competing priorities in a fast-paced environment is required.
Submit resumes to Chief Administrative Officer, New Mexico Finance Authority, 207 Shelby St., Santa Fe, NM 87501 or by email: email@example.com
The New Mexico Finance Authority (NMFA) in Santa Fe is seeking a Credit Analyst to join our team responsible for assessing credit risk across NMFA programs and portfolios. Reporting to the Managing Director of Credit, credit analysts work collaboratively with regional finance managers, legal counsel, and client services to support the underwriting, structuring, approval and monitoring of NMFA loan products.
The NMFA is a government instrumentality whose mission is to advance New Mexico by financing impactful, well-planned projects. This is an exceptional opportunity for candidates motivated by the mission of NMFA. Credit analysts work with a variety of issuers throughout the state, from public municipalities to private businesses, and across a multitude of sectors including infrastructure, education, water and wastewater infrastructure, utilities, healthcare, hospitality, retail, and agriculture. This position offers excellent transaction experience and opportunities to contribute to enhancing NMFA’s approach to credit risk management.
The ideal candidate will possess a bachelor’s degree and at least 5 years’ professional experience in accounting, investment banking, finance or asset management and strong technical skills particularly in the areas of cash flow analysis and transaction due diligence. The successful candidate must demonstrate attention to detail and must be able to prioritize effectively across multiple projects and meet deadlines. In addition to performing financial analyses, the successful candidate will be expected to draft written reports and to effectively communicate analytic results to team members and in Committee/Board presentations.
Interested candidates can submit a cover letter and resume to the attention of the Chief Administrative Officer, New Mexico Finance Authority, 207 Shelby St., Santa Fe, NM 87501 or by email: firstname.lastname@example.org