Guadalupe County Administration Office
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Office: (575) 472-3306
130 S. 4th Street
Santa Rosa, NM 88435
Rose Fernandez, County Manager -
Billy Lynch, IT Director -
Ben Rael, Emergency Manager -
Yolanda Chavez, Payroll Tech -
Nancy Arias-Macias, Senior Center Director -
Monica Abeyta, Projects Coordinator -
Ken Flores, Assistant Projects Coordinator -
Albert E. Campos, Jr. -
James E. Moncayo -
Ernest E. Chavez -
The administration office deals with non- elected officials, and rather holds admin positions such as Finance Director and of course County Manager.
The county manager deals with people and problems on a daily basis. This position directly assists the community by addressing the concerns the public brings to attention. The manager signs purchase orders and approves contracts and requisitions. Any movements that want to be approved within the county has to go through the County Manager. Another duty of the County Manager is to lead movements of economic development throughout the county. Good communication, people, problem solving, and financial skills are needed to perform this position.
The main duty of this position is preparing and taking action to natural disasters within a 3,200 mile radius of county lines. This position is a lot of in the field work as well as preparation with supplies.
The main duty of this position is dealing with personal records and files as well as payroll for all employees.
Solid Waste Manager
Set up accounts for every county resident and do the solid waste billing for every resident in the county.
This position oversees and is in charge of any and all projects within the county, such as road projects/improvements and the theater project.
Assistant Project Manager
This position works alongside the Project Manager and mainly does work in the field, checking progress on roads and other projects.
Maintains and repairs any and all technology throughout the county offices.
Ensures the budget is always balanced. This position also makes sure the county has the money to purchase what is needed and that the revenues we receive is deposited into the correct account.