March Virtual Job Fair: Summer Jobs

City says 7,000 summer jobs are available for Boston youth ages 14 to 18

March 13, 2023

Bernalillo County – The default job fair theme for March is Summer Jobs. All job seekers are welcome to attend and most jobs posted are year-round opportunities. But March is a strategic time for high school students to find and secure a desirable summer job. Summer jobs in Bernalillo County include summer program lifeguards, recreation assistants, recreation specialists, recreation assistants, and lunch servers. There are also paid high school internships with several Brenko divisions.

The virtual job fair is on Wednesday, March 15, from 3-5 p.m. BernCo’s participating departments include Accounting and Budgeting, Animal Welfare Services, Resident’s Office, Engineering and Construction, Information Technology, Natural Resource Services, Office of Criminal Justice and Behavioral Health Initiatives, Parks, Recreation and outdoor space (community centers and water games), summer lunch program and youth services center. Register for the virtual job fair at To apply for jobs, sign up for the BernCo job board at

I am happy to report that these virtual job fairs are working for us and for the job seekers,” says Bernadette Perez, director of human resources. “If you are a high school student, parent, or anyone interested in job opportunities at BernCo, please come to the virtual job fair on Wednesday, March 15th.”

BernCo employees serve the community and there are many diverse job opportunities. BernCo offers personal and professional development opportunities, a great work-life balance, and employees earn over five weeks of annual leave and sick leave in their first year. BernCo employees receive 13 paid holidays annually, first-class health and wellness programs and one of the best pension programs in the country.

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About Bernalillo County

Bernalillo County covers an area of ​​1,160 square miles and is New Mexico’s most populous county with a population of 676,000. The Bernalillo County government provides a wide range of public services to residents living in Albuquerque, Los Ranchos and Tejeras with approximately 106,000 residents living in unincorporated areas of the province. Bernalillo County employs approximately 2,800 people and has an annual operating budget, capital investment, and other funds in excess of $1 billion. Elected officials include five county commissioners, an assessor, clerk, probate judge, sheriff and treasurer.