CWA Agencies

CNM Central New Mexico Community College

CWA 7076 Represents Workers at CNM.

Commission for the Blind

Commission on the Status of Women

Department of Cultural Affairs

The Department of Cultural Affairs is dedicated to preserving and celebrating New Mexico's cultural integrity and diversity. The more than 400 employees work in fifteen divisions located across the state.

Department of Health

Employees of the New Mexico Department of Health constitute nearly half of the active members of SEA-CWA Local 7076. Almost 800 workers in close to 100 different locations in every county of the state have signed up as enthusiastic Union members.

Department of Information Technology

The New Mexico Legislature, with the backing of Governor Bill Richardson, officially created the Department of Information Technology (DoIT) for the State of New Mexico, effective July 1, 2007. DoIT merges the Chief Information Office with the former Information Systems and Communications Divisions of the General Services Department.

Environment Department

The New Mexico Environment Department is a very diverse organization. Its mission is to provide the highest quality of life throughout the state by promoting a safe, clean and productive environment.

General Services Department

Human Services Department/Behavioral Health Services

Miners Colfax Medical Center

Office of the Treasurer

Public Education Department

The Public Education Department (PED) has a constitutional mandate to recommend and implement educational policy by providing leadership, technical assistance and quality assurance to improve performance for all students.

Timberon Water and Sanitation District

University of New Mexico

The workers at UNM have been represented by CWA for over 25 years . In February 2009, representation of UNM was awarded to SEA-CWA Local 7076, the largest Public Sector Local in CWA District 7. Approximately 800 UNM employees from the Physical Plant Department, Food Service and Clerical Technical units are covered under the CWA contract and provide the essential services that keep the university running in order to support the faculty and students academic goals. The beauty of UNM campus comes from the hard work of the Grounds Keepers, who maintain the landscaping through out the year. The Custodial Service employees provide the most professional cleaning service quality of any university in the country. The Food Service workers feed thousands of students across campus every year. Physical Plant Maintenance workers keep the university's electrical, water and plumbing needs working in order to fulfill the mission of the university. Parking and Transportation employees shuttle students, faculty members and Lobo fans to classes and sporting events, while Clerical Technical workers provide student, faculty and administrative staff support.

University of New Mexico Hospital

University of New Mexico Hospitals Behavioral Health Programs. The University of New Mexico Hospitals Behavioral Health Programs is a public not-for-profit facility, providing a full spectrum of care for those citizens of Bernalillo County and surrounding counties in the academic setting. UNMH employees approximately 250 workers covered under the CWA contract. Job titles include, Mental Health Techs, Rep. Patient Services, Medical Records Specialists, Transcriptionist, Patient Care Coordinators, Outpatient Clerks, Maintenance Specialists and Cooks. These job classifications provide the essential services that facilitate the success of UNMH Mental Health Sciences and Carrie Tingley Hospital. UNMH Children’s Psychiatric Center provides quality psychiatric care to children and adolescents in need. Services include Addiction and Substance Abuse Programs, Continuing Care Clinics, Geriatric/Senior Care and Inpatient Services. The Carrie Tingley Hospital Foundation is an independent nonprofit organization responsible for philanthropic giving to enhance the lives of special needs children and their families.

Workers Compensation Administration

The Workers' Compensation Administration (WCA) is a cabinet-level agency created by the New Mexico legislature in 1986 to administer the Workers' Compensation Act and the Occupational Disease Disablement Law.

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