More Job Opportunities – 10/29/14


Arkansas Agricultural Department / Little Rock

Position Number: 22160971

Salary: $70,304 – $87,880

Closing: November 5

Summary: The Agriculture Chief Fiscal Officer is responsible for overseeing the operations of all fiscal division programs by developing and establishing work priorities and standards of performance, reviewing and approving managerial decisions, and monitoring of the annual operations plan and biennium budgetary needs and expenditures. This position is governed by Generally Accepted Accounting Principles, state and federal laws, and agency policy.

Description: Directs the activities of professional and administrative support staff through lower level managers including interviewing applicants, approving hire recommendations, and evaluating and reviewing work performance of subordinates. Develops and reviews fiscal operating policies and procedures, reviews and evaluates programs and services with departmental leaders, and makes recommended changes as necessary. Plans and directs divisional activities by establishing goals, objectives, and short and long-range plans to ensure consistency with overall agency mission. Monitors agency and divisional budgets, reviews and approves expenditures, advises management of potential budget issues, and makes recommendations. Gathers data and researches technical information for monthly reports and studies for each division and presents to appropriate authorities.   Assists director and division directors in presenting budget request before a variety of legislative committees concerning financial and budgetary operations. Coordinates and directs preparation of agency annual operations plan and biennium budget by receiving and reviewing budget requests for each division, compiling divisional requests into agency budget, making changes as needed, and submitting budget for approval. Provides technical assistance, guidance, and information concerning financial operations to subordinate divisional financial officers, legislators, vendors, and other customers by researching and interpreting federal and state laws and agency policies and procedures. Conducts and attends meetings, conferences, and/or workshops to disseminate technical and fiscal information. Coordinates activities with other state and federal personnel, responds to requests for information from executive and legislative officials, and serves on committees or task forces to express ideas and needs or provide recommendations or solutions. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in finance, business administration, general business, or related field; plus five years of experience in financial management, budgeting, fiscal operations, accounting or a related field, including three years in a professional managerial capacity. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

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Heifer International / Little Rock

Tracking Code: 2014072

Closing: November 10

Summary: The Program Compliance Manager will play a key role in the management and coordination of post-approval processes of all projects in Africa’s portfolio from launch to closure. This position works independently and collaboratively with the field team, Africa Area Program team and the Marketing and Resource Development Division at headquarters to manage and implement post-approval-related activities. This position also has the responsibility to support communication activities within the organization, particularly withdonors and other key stakeholders.

Description: Managepost-approval processes for all projects in Africa’s portfolio from launch to closure. Manage the review and finalization of legal agreements with donors and other implementing partners. Ensure that project’s data are entered timely and accurately into the program project management databases. Facilitate and convene project launch meetings with internal stakeholders. Work closely with the senior director and country directors to develop and manage program timelines to ensure timely completion of program deliverables. Ensure that operational plans and budgets are aligned with donor requirements and legal agreements. Ensure compliance with contractual regulations and procedures of thedonors. Monitor key timelines and activities such as quarterly and biannual narrative and financial reports to donors and internal stakeholders, as well as annual review meetings when applicable. Develop presentation materials for use during project-related events/meetings. Analyze and produce reports on projects and portfolio to inform decision making. Capture and articulate lessons learned for organization-wide sharing. Work with senior director, regional directors and country directors to troubleshoot challenges arising from project management as they emerge. Review and endorse donor reports for submission to donors. Review and approve fund requests in collaboration with the regional directors. Work with the communication officer in the Africa Area Programs to identify and highlight models, practices and approaches emerging from project work for documentation and sharing. May perform other job-related responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in development studies, management or another relevant discipline, plus seven (7) years of demonstrable work experience in programs/projects development and management.

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Angela Rogers Group / Little Rock

Closing: Immediate Need – Open Until Filled

Summary: Responsible for assisting with the creation and implementation of public relations initiatives and concepts including creating and development of promotional content for PR purposes.

Description: Create(write) and deliver press releases, media relations content, case studies, executive bios, corporate newsletter content, social media content, and speaking proposals (when applicable.) Identify, develop and execute communications strategy for key media contacts and customer references and identified campaigns. Create, deliver, edit, and optimize PR materials for ARG and clients. Cultivate and enhance collaborative working relationships within thepress and publicity community. Prepare articles and press releases for the media and distribute appropriately to pitch segments to a variety of outlets including TV, radio and print. Research and write briefing materials to prepare media and clients for interviews. Ensure that messages are supportive of and consistent with identified marketing strategies. Supervise social media outreach for ARG and specific clients. Deliver content via LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook, email, or direct mail. Coordinate and deliver email campaigns (when applicable.) Mass-mail materials – write, create and distribute. Create content for brochures or marketing collateral. Provide support for public relations efforts of company for ARG and specific clients. Coordinate flow of information and communication and disseminate it according to plan/strategy. Promote services, events and companies through public relations initiatives. Develop marketing communications campaigns. Research media coverage and industry trends. Develop fresh story ideas. Improve communication efficiencies within company. Create and distribute customer surveys for identified clients. Ensure the company (ARG) protects and promotes its image in a proper, coordinated, and consistent manner. Manage the flow of news about the organization to the media. Optimize communication system to enhance accuracy of communication. Plan and oversee identified press events. Detect public relations issues as they emerge and address them directly. Assemble press kits for specific campaigns and deliver to media outlets. Create and coordinate all value summary to measure results by calculating gross impressions and PR value from various PR campaign initiatives. The summary of all gained media exposures including tracking clippings, web links, photos, etc. Ability to work nights, early mornings, weekends during specific campaigns or as assigned.

To Apply, or for more information: Submit resumes to:

Angela Rogers, Principal

Job Opportunities – 10/29/14


Strategic Development

Baptist Health / Little Rock

Summary: Marketing Team Leader. Responsible for planning, developing and implementing all marketing for the Baptist Health System Brand. Manages day-to-day working relationships with advertising agency and other marketing vendors. Coordinates specific marketing plans/strategies/tactics for all entities and program lines.

Requirements: Bachelor degree in marketing, communications, journalism, business, public relations or related field. Three-to-five (3-5) years experience in marketing, advertising agency or related field.   Strong understanding of marketing in all media venues, (TV, Print, Radio, Social media, etc.) with working knowledge in digital media along with TV, video and print production. Must have exceptional computer skills, and proficiency with Macintosh, PC, Microsoft Office applications, such as PowerPoint, Excel, Adobe, Photoshop, Illustrator, and Indesign. A working knowledge of digital and video camera’s and knowledge of commercial video equipment. Editing software knowledge and skills a plus. Demonstrated ability to plan, organize, implement, complete and evaluate effectiveness of projects. Strong ability to communicate in written and oral forms. Strong organizational skills and detail-oriented. Ability to prioritize and multi-task in fast-paced, changing environment. Excellent analytical, critical thinking and problem solving skills. Ability to foster collaborative working relationships with representatives of the press, radio, television vendor organizations and the general public and Baptist Health senior management.   Skill in developing, organizing and implementing special events/projects under multiple leaders.   An out-going personality with an innate ability to connect with others in order to promote and sell products and services.   Maintain a professional attitude, demeanor and appearance at all times.

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Arkansas Heart Hospital / Little Rock

Job ID: 1014017

Summary: The Business Development Specialist/Stem Cell Liaison serves a dual role in cooperation with the Arkansas Institute for Stem Cell and Regenerative Medicine. The position serves to strengthen hospital-physician relationships and increase patient referrals by developing and maintaining relationships with physician practices and office staff. The position also serves as the liaison for patients recommended for various stem cell procedures. By embracing a dual customer service and marketing approach, the Business Development Specialist / Stem Cell Liaison helps to boost physician awareness of stem cell procedures, boost referring physician satisfaction and loyalty and maintain profitable hospital-physician relations within a specific geographical region. This job includes, but is not limited to, conducting physician sales calls, developing and implementing strategies to enhance communications with physicians and other health care providers and increase patient volume, conducting market assessments, analyzing physician needs and ensuring customer satisfaction. The job also includes coordination of scheduling activities for stem cell patients.

Description: Develops, maintains and strengthens positive relationships with referring physicians and stem cell patients to increase market share – Identifies and targets physicians with best opportunities for increased referrals/admissions to the hospital. Maintains profile on each physician, practice and office staff, and monitors physicians’ referral patterns. Develops and implements physician outreach strategies and continually updates top physician targets list. Contacts referring physicians and medical staff offices on a regular basis to initiate and/or maintain relationships, communicate hospital updates, obtain service feedback and provide educational information. Prioritizes meetings based on level of loyalty, satisfaction and consistency of referral patterns. Customizes meetings to each physician’s interests and needs. Grants priority meetings to physicians with the most opportunity to increase referrals OR who have recently expressed negative feedback. Plans and conducts standing/routine meetings and phone conferences with physicians who have high referral numbers. Leverages hospital administrators and physician leaders in site visits as needed. Consistently provides timely and effective follow-up after each physician meeting and patient referral. Serves as liaison between medical staff, referring physicians and the hospital regarding requests, questions and concerns about patients referred. Assists in providing timely reports and supporting documentation for referring physicians of any acute care rendered for their patients. Maintains communication and complaint resolution processes to ensure high service quality and physician / patient satisfaction – Proactively solicits feedback during physician and patient visits. Fosters accessibility of hospital specialists for referring physicians’ questions and concerns. Relays physician concerns immediately and ensures timely action and follow-up. Serves as liaison between medical staff and referring physicians regarding requests and referred patients to ensure continuum of communication and care. Compiles, analyzes and communicates market intelligence from physician meetings – Writes trip summaries for each physician visit and maintains in a log or database, with all sales conversations, market intelligence, concerns/complaints, compliments, referral data, questions and follow-up steps outlined. Collects and analyzes physician referral and satisfaction data. Provide continuing education on new technologies, procedures, and medical staff – Maintains knowledge of all hospital programs, processes and policies, as well as general market issues and volume trends. Works with hospital physicians to stay up to date on latest clinical technologies, procedures and services, and communicates these to referring physicians. Organizes educational sessions, luncheons and dinners for referring physicians and staff with approval. Invites referring physicians and nurses to visit the hospital and/or clinic(s) and arranges tours as appropriate. Serves as an integral part of the Marketing team – Assists in the development of strategic plan for increasing physician referrals. Assists in the development of marketing communication and collateral. Patient Liaison Duties – Manages patient flow throughout the hospital and Stem Cell Institute. Pre – appointment and patient follow up (non clinical) on services.

Requirements:   Bachelor degree in business, marketing, management, communications, nursing, healthcare administration or related field required. Minimum two years experience in healthcare sales and/or marketing required. (Will consider professional-level healthcare experience, including ongoing coordination/communication with physicians, in lieu of sales and marketing). Experience in specialty area (i.e., wound care, peripheral vascular disease) preferred.

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Pulaski County Special School District / Little Rock

Posting ID: POS20141021000004

Closing: November 4

Summary: Administer the business affairs of the district in such a way as to provide the best possible educational services with the financial resources available.

Description:   Prepare regular progress reports of the budget during the year which will be a part of the agenda for the regular monthly meetings of the Board. Gather data and other information necessary for preparation of the budget. Assists the Superintendent in presenting to the Board the necessary information on the proposed budget and the millage needed to support it as prescribed by school law. Maintain the financial and statistical records of the District. Prepare the annual statistical report. Supervise all buying and purchasing and examine all bills. Recommend payment of all bills which have been properly processed. Maintain all financial and business records of the District in safe keeping. Supervise the receiving and recording receipt of all monies. Serve as custodian of the vault and all its contents and make certain that only authorized individuals are allowed to have access to the records and permitted in the vault. Prepare all warrants and secures proper signatures. Work with the Pulaski County Treasurer in maintaining appropriate tax fund records and the receipt of those funds for the District. Work with the local banks as depositories of the District’s funds. Maintain various funds, bank accounts, and investments. Supervise the preparation of all payroll checks as well as the delivery of checks to all personnel of the District at the time specified in the payroll schedule. Assist in planning any capital improvements, new buildings, or additions. Supervise maintenance of the record retention department. Supervises the financial operation of the Director of Athletics, Director of Food Services, Director of School Plant Services and Director of Purchasing. Direct the insurance programs for the District. Supervise operation of the Accounting Department, including accounts payable, accounts receivable, payroll, payroll deductions, and insurance claims. Supervise operation of the MIS Department. Implement the District desegregation plan in the Business Affairs Division through monitoring to preclude discrimination on the basis of race, gender, age, or disability, and annually report the results of monitoring to the Superintendent of Schools. Assume other responsibilities as directed by the Superintendent.

Requirements: Five years experience in the business affairs department of a school district or in the private sector as a CPA. Minimum of three years experience at management level. Experience in planning, developing, implementing and maintaining the business services and budget process of a school district or business.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Little Rock

Summary: The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette is seeking a City District Sales Manager for the Circulation Department. Potential annual earning of $38,000 plus. This person must be strongly self disciplined, motivated and reliable. Also must have good communication skills. Must be able to work early morning hours and weekends. Job duties consist of sales, distribution, and management of independent contractors delivering the Arkansas Democrat-Gazette . Reliable vehicle required.

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Arkansas Public Policy Panel / Little Rock

Summary: The Communications and Information Coordinator advances the mission of the Panel and CFC through communications about the activities and positions of the Panel and CFC. The position is based in Little Rock, reports to the Development Director.

About: The Panel is dedicated to achieving social and economic justice by organizing citizen groups across Arkansas, supporting them to be more powerful and linking them with one another in coalitions and networks. We engage communities often overlooked by the political process to create structures and strategies that meet community needs. The Panel supports The Arkansas Citizens First Congress (CFC), a statewide, multi-issue and non-partisan coalition of over 50 community organizations who work together to win progressive changes in state policy. Together we have a long history of successful advocacy for a safe, healthy and sustainable environment.

Description:   Media – Maintain relationships with reporters and editors from online, print, radio, and television media outlets. Develop media alerts and press releases, with the input of the Executive Director, Development Director, and Program Directors. Coordinate logistics for press events. Publications – Develop content for Panel and community newsletters, fliers, annual report, and other publications, with the input of the Executive Director, Development Director, and Program Directors. Social Media – Set goals for the number of Facebook likes and Twitter followers and develop and implement plans for achieving those goals. Develop and post regular content to Facebook and Twitter. Website – Draft new content for the website on a monthly basis. Planning – Work with the Management Team to develop and implement an annual communications plan. Participate in management team meetings to report communications and solicit input on upcoming communications plans and to gather stories and information from the programs. Draft minutes for management team meetings. CFC – Draft and send meeting reminders, agendas, and packets to the Steering Committee, with the input of the Policy Director. Draft official minutes for all Steering Committee meetings. Develop and implement a personal plan for learning about the organization by attending events, reading documents, and getting to know staff, leaders, and partners.   Other duties as assigned or requested.

Requirements: Experience with media, project coordination, and social media. Excellent oral and written communications. Proficient with computers and technology. Ability to relate well to people from different background. Cultural competency across boundaries of race, class, and issue.   Knowledge of Arkansas political and policy process. Experience with facilitation, team building, and website management a plus. Ability to work well with local groups and constituencies in various governmental, civic, and community organizations a plus. Strong political judgment. Ability to manage multiple priorities. Ability to work independently. Team oriented.   Strong commitment to social change through community empowerment. Commitment to developing leaders and community group strength. Commitment to increasing participation of diverse grassroots groups in policy campaigns. Passion for learning and new ideas. Access to an automobile and willingness to travel statewide.

To Apply, or for more information:   Send resume and a cover letter to:

Arkansas Public Policy Panel

1308 W Second St

Little Rock, AR 72201<>



Heifer International / Little Rock

Tracking Code: 2014070

Closing: November 11

Summary: To produce Heifer-related publications and interpret ideas and represent them with images and words. The ability to put a persuasive or informational perspective on an idea is also important. S/he will address communication problems and create solutions on how to complete tasks technically and efficiently. The designer is also responsible for clearly expressing and transmitting ideas and instructions as well as be able to receive and evaluate feedback.

Description: Conceptualize, design and develop printed and digital materials according to brand, including presentations, infographics, brochures, books, advertisements, flyers, posters, business documents, promotional collateral and more. Conceptualize, design and develop graphics, layouts, and animations for interactive programmatic and marketing materials, including banners, e-newsletters, digital publishing and more. Update and maintain printed, interactive and online marketing materials as needed. Support the company in the fulfillment of all brand standards and identifies areas for improvement. Build comfortable and effective relationships with clients and colleagues in a collaborative environment. Attend and actively contribute to concept meetings with clients. Act with client’s best interest in mind, and continually strive to exceed client’s creative expectations. Analyze job requests and develop strategies for effective production. Serve as the main point of contact for the image library. Assist with maintaining a library of computer art, graphics, magazines and books. May perform other job-related responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree plus five (5) years’ job-related experience.

Preferred: Significant experience as a graphic designer (freelance, agency or other large, complex organization.) Experience with CSS, HTML/XHTML, PHP, ASP or JSP. Proficiency in Adobe Digital Publishing.

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University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) / Little Rock

Position Number: R98891

Closing: November 7

Summary: The Director of Athletics is a twelve month position and is responsible for successful execution in leading, planning, budgeting, developing, and directing all intercollegiate athletics programs and activities. Salary is competitive and commensurate with experience and skills.

Description:   Lead the fundraising activities for the department which will include developing and overseeing a fundraising plan and taking an active role in the actual solicitation of gifts for Athletics. Coordinate a program that competes at the NCAA Division I level in the Sun Belt Conference. Organize and supervise the entire Athletics staff. Provide strategic leadership toward goals related to competitiveness, student academic achievement, student-athlete experience. Represent the University and Athletic Department to external constituents in a manner that demonstrates personal and professional integrity.

Requirements: A bachelor’s degree in business administration, sports administration, management, or related field.

Preferred: Master’s degree with previous athletic administration and supervisory experience.

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College of Arts, Letters & Sciences

University of Arkansas at Little Rock (UALR) / Little Rock

Position Number: R99724

Closing: November 24

Summary: The Director of Communications and Public Relations for the College of Arts, Letters, and Sciences will manage strategic communications and marketing for the College and collaborate with University Communications to meet university goals. This position, which reports to the Dean of the College, will provide leadership and counsel to academic departments for communications, recruitment marketing, event planning, and communications budgeting.

Description:   Develop annual communications plan for the college. Set the timeline for execution of the plan. Design and facilitate the production of print materials, content strategy, writing, signage, and promotional materials. Organize photo and videography sessions, and supervise the graphic design work of outside contractors. Collaborate with College and University staff and faculty to keep website content current and in line with best practices for web communications. Lead social media communications for the College. Oversee communications budget in coordination with the College Budget Director. Prepare regular reports. Collaborate with University Communications advertising manager on advertising messaging and placement for the College. Supervise communications graduate students for the College. Direct communications plans for the College events and write news releases for web and news media. Perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree and two years of experience in a related work environment.

Preferred: MA and work experience in a communications position in Higher Education preferred.

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Radiology Associates, PA / Little Rock


RAPA is seeking an Executive Assistant to work directly with administrative staff and physician leaders of the practice.

Description: RAPA has a busy team working environment, which will require the ability to multi-task and continuously assess priority of projects. The organization has a physician led governance structure, which requires an extensive meeting schedule and documentation of meeting discussions and decisions. Accurate and timely preparation, attendance and documentation of the Company Shareholders and Board meetings are significant requirements of this role. This position works closely with administration to promote a positive professional company image through day to day operations, marketing/PR efforts, and as a liaison on behalf of administrative staff. This role will include managing correspondence, calls and calendars. The maintenance of confidentiality and discretion are a must for this role in a healthcare setting.

Requirements: Minimum of five years of experience as an Executive Assistant with two years in healthcare administration, and work performance references are required. Strong working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office applications is required. Knowledge of medical practice and terminology are a key to a successful performance in this role.

Preferred:   Advanced education is preferred.

To Apply, or for more information:   Send resume to:

Mimi Hyatt,

Executive Assistant / Physician Liaison<>



Communications & Marketing

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) / Little Rock

Position Number: 50001403

Closing: November 7

Description: The Executive Communication Specialist will oversee the strategic content development, design and implantation of the Intranet, which is a critical part of executive and employee communications. This will require a strategic plan that supports the business processes of our institutes, colleges, clinical programs, departments, etc. Work with key internal stakeholders on core messaging and engagement that promote, enhance and protect the institution’s identity. Oversee internal programs and campaigns while serving on cross-functional teams, as necessary, to represent the interests of the department and internal communications strategies. This person will assist with institutional research in support of all phases of operations requiring data-generated information. Coordinate and oversee the preparation of reports and presentations, primarily in PowerPoint. Support various offices/departments to offer statistical or data-oriented input and analysis. Assist with writing external and internal speeches and presentations, speaking points and other materials as required by executive management. This person will manage and perform activities related to developing, proposing, writing, editing, gathering data, performing statistical analysis, and preparing reports to support executive administrative planning, management, and decision-making and evaluation.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in communications, information technology, business or related field plus 5 years’ experience in communications, web development software applications, writing, editing and presentation development. Must have experience using PowerPoint and MS Office. Strong HTML skills is required.

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St. Vincent Health System / Little Rock

Req. ID: 1400030618

Summary: Functions as a member of the Planning Marketing & Communications team. Under general supervision, is responsible for the creation and preparation of detailed graphics, conceptual and camera-ready artwork and visual aids for various departmental projects. Utilizes a computer with various desktop publishing programs to create and provide finished artwork. Prepares photographic images to create digital files for use in printed publications or to be published on-line. Prepares slide show presentations to correspond with speeches or discussions. Creates new art illustrations using digital skills. Integrates and coordinates graphic artwork preparation with local printers to ensure proper technical job quality processes and delivery by deadlines.

Description:   1) Designs, lays out and produce various publications and artwork for system projects such as slide presentations, newsletters, flyers, brochures, directories, maps, posters, billboards, logos, exhibits/displays and illustrations. 2) Utilizes a personal computer with various desktop publishing programs to create and produce finished artwork for various departments, combining text and graphic elements. 3) Develops graphics and layouts for product illustrations, company logos and internet websites. Review final layouts and suggest improvements as needed. Prepare illustrations or rough sketches of material, discussing them with clients or supervisors and making necessary changes. 4) Use computer software to generate new images. Key information into computer equipment to crate layouts for clients or supervisors. Maintain archive of images, photos or previous work products. Mark up, paste and assemble final layouts to prepare layouts for printer. Draw and print charts, graphs, illustrations and other artwork using computers. 5) Collaborates with system administration in support of projects and programs that relate to the organization’s strategic plan. Incorporates the mission and philosophy of Catholic Health Initiatives and CHI St. Vincent in daily activities. Maintains an integrated matrix of CHI St. Vincent strategic goals and the associated objectives relating to special projects and marketing/communications plans and the relationship of each in support of the overall mission of Catholic Health Initiatives. 6) Demonstrates team facilitation skills. Builds positive working relationships with staff, team members and system leaders. Intervenes to assist and improve the team process. Provides frequent and clear performance feedback to team members based on project expectations and requirements .Facilitates and fosters ongoing problem solving that utilizes teams and collaboration. Contributes to a work environment that focuses on immediate issues, moves quickly to resolve problems and achieve specific results as planned. Contributes to work environment that focuses on results, achievement and recognition. 7) Develops own skills in seeing organizational issues from the broad view, anticipating challenges and opportunities, thinking ahead, and the ability to react quickly with tactical responses to changes in work demands. Challenges the status quo to improve efficiency of operations. Contributes to and supports an environment in department that encourages problem solving, experimentation, creativity, calculated risk taking, desire to excel and pride in success. Is adaptable, appreciates others viewpoints and open to new assignments. Continually focuses attention and planning on future opportunities for improvements in services provided. Contributes to positive energy in staff, resulting in high level of individual and group morale in department. Serves as a role model for accountability.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with a major in graphic arts, commercial art or closely related art field. Two years of full time work experience in graphic preparation, including layout and design preparation of camera ready art work, desktop publishing or closely related area.

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Cumulus Broadcasting / Little Rock

Summary: Producing and anchoring news updates, following up on stories, conducting interviews, editing audio and scripts. Must be able to work early mornings, nights or weekends, as required.

Requirements: Broadcast news experience required. Radio news experience preferred. Ideal candidate will be familiar with theLittle Rock area and Arkansas. Must be proficient writer, editor and multitasker who can juggle multiple assignments at the same time. Some field reporting may be required.

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Malvern Daily Record / Malvern

Summary: The Malvern Daily Record is seeking a news reporter. The MDR is a Tuesday – Saturday newspaper located in Malvern, AR and serves the Hot Spring County area.

Description: Duties include covering county government and other community news events plus some feature writing. Must have experience with AP Style and In-Design.

Requirements: Two-to-three (2-3) years previous reporting for a newspaper, degree in journalism and a proven track record of success in developing community rapport.

To Apply, or for more information:   Send resume and three clips to:

Ronna Pennington, Editor<>



Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Summary: The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette has an opening for an Online News Editor. We’re looking for an experienced and enthusiastic individual to join a small team of reporters and editors who produce exclusive content for our website,

Description: Our online news editors continuously monitor local news resources and wire services and work closely with our newspaper staff to produce timely and accurate updates to our website. In addition our editors attend daily and advance news meetings, coordinate with print editors for additional online content, produce daily web budgets and propose ideas for web content which will compliment our printed news stories. The online news editor also coordinates assignments with our online reporters and intern. The editor must also provide strong journalistic guidance and integrity when editing stories written by the reporters and the intern. The successful candidate will be able to work both alone and with a team to produce breaking and general news coverage for the site. Person should also be savvy using Facebook, Twitter and other social media outlets. Proficient with AP Style; familiar with HTML, ASP, PHP SQL and others internet related server and software programs and protocols; experienced using Ellington Content Management System or similar CMS, NewsEngin or similar editorial system, the Macintosh OS, web publishing software such as Studio 8, Photoshop, BBEdit, Dreamweaver, Final Cut Pro and ITunes.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Journalism preferred but appropriate professional experience may be deemed a acceptable substitute. Minimum of three (3) years of on-the-job experience at a daily newspaper, news oriented website or a directly related field is required.

To Apply, or for more information: Send resume with references to:

Barry Arthur,

Assistant Managing Editor, Photo/Electronic Media

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

121 E Capitol Ave

Little Rock, AR 72201<>



City of Hot Springs / Hot Springs

Closing: November 6

Description: Handles citizen concerns and complaints by telephone, mail, e-mail and in person; gathers news about City services and events; prepares and distributes City news releases; develops publications on City services; assists in the production of live and pre-recorded community television programming; performs video editing; develops and maintains 24-hour programming on city government cable channel through the use of a digital video switcher; develops and maintains online city photo gallery and archives; reformats, posts, maintains and archives videos on city’s YouTube online video channel; does multimedia technical troubleshooting for other departments on request; operates Web streaming video during live Board meeting broadcasts; types correspondence, reports, etc.; maintains departmental files and records; schedules appointments; operates multi-line telephone including answering calls for other departments and transferring calls to proper individual/department; performs in-house and field photo and video assignments; produces employee newsletter; produces special events; serves as City Internet webmaster; trains and provides troubleshooting for members of interdepartmental Web Team; updates meeting calendar and cablecast messages; maintains contact with news media, including radio and television interviews; trains interns on technical work of the department; handles media relations in the absence of the PI Director; performs related work as required.

Requirements: Must have a college degree or equivalent in multimedia communications, journalism or public relations preferred, along with at least two to four years involving responsible clerical, public relations and multimedia production work.

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Arkansas Symphony Orchestra / Little Rock

Summary: The Special Events Coordinator is responsible for planning and executing ASO special events, including donor and patron appreciation events, throughout the year. The Special Events Coordinator will thoroughly and accurately perform all other duties as assigned.

Description:   This position coordinates all details surrounding ASO’s annual fundraiser, the Opus Ball, and other special events throughout the year.   Opus Ball responsibilities: Work with volunteer chairs to solidify a concept for each year’s event. Solicit bids and enter into contracts with vendors as related to production, catering, venue, etc. Coordinate and attend meetings with event chairs, committee chairs, volunteers, staff members, vendors, sponsors and patrons. Work with staff and committee members to develop and adhere to budgets and timelines. Maintain positive working relationship with volunteer chairs, committee members, vendors and ASO staff to ensure a successful fundraising event. Serve as event venue liaison. Manage all aspects of Opus Ball, including ticket and table reservations, sponsorship solicitation, volunteer coordination, and production management. Oversee all details of Opus Ball on-site prior to and during the event. Complete all post-event follow up with sponsors, vendors, etc.

Requirements: One year of experience with related Bachelors Degree preferred, or a minimum of two years of related experience. Ability to perform in a high-functioning non-profit organization. Goal-oriented, a problem solver, and a team player. Ability to maintain a professional attitude in high-stress environments. Exceptional customer relations skills in dealing with donors, volunteers, ASO patrons and employees. Strong written and verbal communication skills. Strong organizational skills.

To Apply, or for more information:   Submit cover letter and resume with three references to:

Becky Flynn,

Associate Director of Development<>



City of Sherwood / Sherwood

Summary: Responsible for planning, initiating, and supervising a diversified program of athletics, sports and games on a basis appropriate for all age groups.

Description: Serves as a consultant to the Assistant Director of Parks and Recreation in the area of athletics and represents the Department in matters involving sports and athletics. Must be able to establish and maintain a good rapport with all parents, coaches, officials and the general public. Coordinates athletic functions of the Department in relationship to individuals, teams, and leagues. Also works with proper team and league officials in the organization of rules and regulations for program, schedule, and relates action for specific programs. Supervises, trains, and advises volunteer personnel in performing their specific athletic functions of the Department’s programs. Selects and trains necessary officials, scorers and leaders for the athletic programs. Recommends the purchase of proper supplies and equipment for the athletic program of the Department. Works daily with the maintenance of the ball fields; maintains and repairs grounds and equipment as needed. Maintains a complete record system of activities conducted, participation, results of league contests, and recommendation for change or expansion of various programs. Attend training as required by department or City of Sherwood. Supervises and trains part-time and seasonal workers. Performs any other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Graduation from a four year college or university with a degree in recreation, physical education or a closely related field. Recreation experience or any equivalent combination of education and experience. Considerable knowledge of recreation philosophy, planning and administration. Considerable knowledge of the equipment, facilities, operations and techniques used in a comprehensive community recreation program. Skill in First Aid and CPR. Knowledge of seeding, fertilizing, watering and general soil preparation, and herbicide control. Skill in operation of listed tools and equipment. Has to know how to operate heavy machinery and equipment.

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Pine Bluff Commercial / Pine Bluff

Summary: You take a genuine interest in local sports, especially … but not limited to, high school sports. If called upon, you can handle covering collegiate athletics. You believe in more than just writing game stories. You establish strong connections with local sources and learn more about coaches and athletes away from the playing surface to write sports-related stories not even our readers would think about. You know, those human-interest stories you don’t wait for your editor to assign you. On top of that, you have some pagination skills, or at least an eye for design that we can build on. And in everything you do, you value even the most minute of details and always strive to take your game to the next level. If all this best explains you, the Pine Bluff Commercial wants you to become our next full-time sports reporter.

Description: To be clear, this position does involve a bit of pagination duties, but we like to lean “sports reporters” more toward reporting. How else are we supposed to get great local content? Let’s talk about the coverage area: We cover most of Southeast Arkansas, including 1 private and 15 public high schools. (We also give the five junior high schools in our immediate area a chance to get some ink, too.) As if that’s not good enough, our area is also home to the Division I University of Arkansas-Pine Bluff Golden Lions and Division II Arkansas-Monticello Boll Weevils/Cotton Blossoms. You can look forward to some of the opportunities involving our local colleges. All this being said, let’s be clear on a few things: If you’re looking to apply with the hopes of being staffed to Arkansas Razorbacks sporting events, don’t apply. (Oh, we love Razorback coverage, and our readers do, too. But our company has a full-time UA beat writer stationed in Fayetteville.) This is a national search, so don’t be afraid to apply from anywhere. As long as you are the right candidate and this is the right fit for you, we’ll be happy to give you a chance.

Requirements: If you have not regularly reported for a newspaper (college experience and steady stringing acceptable) during the past 18 months, please don’t apply. I’m only interested in what immediate sports journalism experience you have.

To Apply, or for more information:   If you’re serious about this opportunity and your references have nothing but great things to say about you, email a cover letter and resume to:

I.C. Murrell, Sports Editor<>

Selected candidates will be asked to forward clips and writing samples for further evaluation, so no need to send those just yet.




Sinclair Broadcasting Group / Little Rock

Summary: KATV, Little Rock, AR has an opening for a full-time Studio / Audio Technician.

Description: This position provides camera skills as needed for production both in studio and in field. Able to exhibit working knowledge of production equipment used in daily work. Includes but not limited to cameras, lights, microphones and all studio equipment. Will provides audio skills and operate audio equipment for newscasts, specials and commercial productions as needed. This includes set-up work and tasks during live broadcasts, as well as clean up and prep work for the next broadcast. On-Air directing skills for live newscast a plus.

Requirements: College degree in Radio/TV or related field is preferred. Related experience will be evaluated by department management and may be substituted on the basis of one year of experience equals one year of education. One year of experience in TV studio production preferred. Must be able to work nights and weekends. Knowledge of television camera equipment required.

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Parks & Recreation – The Centre at University Park

City of Little Rock / Little Rock

Closing: November 6

Summary: To assist in coordination of the day-to-day operations of the volunteer Park Ranger program; to assist in recruiting, scheduling, and assigning the volunteer Park Rangers engaged in providing assistance in public relations and public safety to enhance the enjoyment of parks patrons.

Description: Assists in the coordination and monitoring of the day-to-day operations of the volunteer Park Ranger program. Assists in the recruitment and preparation of schedules for assigned volunteers; coordinates and evaluates the activities of volunteers in the Park Ranger program; makes recommendations for program modifications to Director of Parks and Recreation. Assists in the development of policies, procedures, goals, and objectives for the volunteer Park Ranger Program. Patrols and monitors designated parks as a deterrent to vandalism and misuse of facilities; patrols park facilities for unsafe and deteriorating conditions; monitors park areas for damage to grounds, facilities, wildlife sightings, and illegal dumping; advises visitors in violations of parks regulations; reports incidents to appropriate personnel. Recommends and assists in the coordination of training programs for volunteer Park Rangers. Identifies methods to evaluate the effectiveness and efficiency of program; makes recommendations and implements approved changes. Coordinates and distributes approved volunteer schedules and assignments. Requisitions and inventories equipment, uniforms and supplies for volunteer Park Rangers. Types correspondence, prepares routine and special narrative, and statistical reports on volunteer Park Ranger program and related activities. Develops and recommends to the Director of Parks and Recreation communication and promotional strategies to increase awareness of Park Ranger program and activities; produces communication materials, including brochures, calendars, flyers, information pamphlets, and other promotional/public information materials to inform the public of program; distributes materials. Answers questions and provides information regarding the volunteer Park Ranger program and activities; provides assistance to park visitors by explaining park rules, facility availability, hours of operations, etc.   Provides assistance in preparing tentative annual budget figures for program operations. Administers basic first aid, including cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), to injured individuals; telephones emergency personnel for individuals requiring medical attention; completes appropriate paperwork.   Maintains hard copy and computer files and records relating to program activities; maintains logs and prepares incident reports. Receives inquiries and complaints from the public and forwards to appropriate departmental staff for resolution.   Operates a microcomputer with spreadsheet and word processing software.   Operates a City pool automobile and two-way radio in the performance of essential job functions.

Requirements: These knowledge, skills, and abilities are usually, although not always, acquired through the completion of two (2) years of college coursework in Business or Public Administration, Parks and Recreation, Law Enforcement, Public Relations, Criminal Justice, or a related area; two (2) years of experience in the coordination of volunteer programs, or a related area, and one (1) year of supervisory experience. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

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KTHV 11 / Little Rock

Req. ID: 39030

Summary: THV11, the Gannett-owned CBS affiliate in Little Rock, Arkansas is seeking a Meteorologist who can make their weathercast the most creative, entertaining and informative presentation in the Little Rock DMA. At THV11, we believe in teamwork, accountability and also having some fun! We work hard, we believe in getting the story right and also becoming part of this great community. This Meteorologist needs to understand the weather challenges in the Little Rock DMA and know that we take weather seriously and look for our weather team to lead the way. If you want to become part of a great team, please apply!

Requirements: Degree in Journalism or related field and 3-5-of experience is preferred. Certified Meteorologist. Strong understanding of associated weather equipment. Ability to work with an energetic team in making editorial decisions about multimedia coverage and content.

To Apply, or for more information: Please submit your resume with reference and sample of an on-air newscast via web link:

Arkansas Department of Health Seeks Health Program Specialist

Job Details
Agency: Arkansas Department of Health
Office: Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Program
Section: Center for Health Advancement
Date Posted: 10/15/2014
Posting Expires: 10/29/2014
The Health Program Specialist I is responsible for planning, developing, initiating, and maintaining public health programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.
Typical Functions
Trains, supervises, and coordinates work schedules of public health program staff. Determines health program goals and objectives based on state and agency directives, and existing laws and regulations. Assists in monitoring program effectiveness and cost analyses, in forecasting program service needs and budget, in writing grants and obtaining program funding, and in preparing supporting financial reports and documents. Maintains consistent contact with federal, state, and local officials, and members of the community served by the public health program. Communicates goals and policies of the health program in meetings, committees, conferences, and workgroups. Performs other duties as assigned.
Special Job Dimensions
Knowledge, Abilities, and Skills
Knowledge of principles and practices of public health program administration. Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices. Ability to monitor the effectiveness of programs and services. Ability to exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and in making decisions. Ability to communicate effectively in oral and written formats. Ability to analyze data and prepare reports.
Minimum Education and/or Experience
The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public health, public health administration, or related field. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management. OTHER JOB RELATED EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE MAY BE SUBSTITUTED FOR ALL OR PART OF THESE BASIC REQUIREMENTS, EXCEPT FOR CERTIFICATION OR LICENSURE REQUIREMENTS, UPON APPROVAL OF THE QUALIFICATIONS REVIEW COMMITTEE.
Preferred Qualifications

The Health Program Specialist I works under the administrative direction of the Mass-Reach Health Communications Section Chief. This position is responsible for assisting with media efforts to decrease prevalence of tobacco use and increase cessation by coordinating development and tracking of campaigns and outreach activities. Because of the collaborative team approach of Tobacco Prevention & Cessation, the work performed will be in conjunction with other program staff and partners. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

This position offers a full benefit package including paid holidays, annual and sick leave, health insurance and retirement pension.

Hiring Officials Preferences: At least two years of experience in public health or health education. Preferred experience in tobacco control and working with the media. Project management skills, effective time management and excellent oral and written communication skills. Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously, problem solve and think strategically are needed. In and out-of-state travel required. Evening and weekend work may be required.

Unqualified individuals need not apply.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations
Agency Specific Information
This Position will close at 11:59 pm on the closing date listed.

Hiring Official-Ashley McNatt

This office only accepts completed applications, resumes and relevant transcripts to determine minimum qualifications. Applicants should present other documents to the hiring official upon interview, if applicable.

If you are a Veteran, Disable Veteran or a Surviving Spouse of a Deceased Veteran and remains unmarried at the time you are seeking preference and you are a citizen and resident of this state you shall be entitled to employment preference in a position over other applicants after meeting substantially equal qualifications.
Please submit the DD-214 and other official documentation to the address below.


All Applicants must submit complete and accurate information and complete the application form according to instructions. List all prior work experience, including military service, beginning with your most recent employment. Applicants are encouraged to attach an original written resume to supplement their application or a paper addendum for additional work history section of the application. You may include volunteer or unpaid work as part of your work history; however, you should include the number of hours per week which you performed these duties.

When submitting your State Application, you may refer to your resume for the Employment History if your resume includes all the information requested in the Employment History section of the state application (month and year employment began and ended, weekly hours worked, etc.).

Please complete the Work History section of the application, even if you are including a resume. Incomplete applications will NOT be processed.

All ADH applicants must complete a drug screen and background check if applicable. Direct Deposit is required for employment according to Act 1887 of 2005.

Human Resources Office- Recruitment Section
4815 W Markham St., Slot 26
Little Rock, AR 72205-3867
Office Hours: 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday thru Friday
Fax No. 501-661-2675

Job Details
Position No.: 22150781
Class Code: L053C
Grade: C117
Salary Range: $32,249.00 – $54,775.00 per year
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Job Type: Full Time
Location Information
Job City: Little Rock
Job County/Region: Pulaski
Contact Information
Contact name: Whitney Haynie
Phone: 501-280-4796
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Job Opportunities – 10/21/14


Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods (CJRW) / Little Rock

Closing: October 31

Summary: The Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods account manager has three to five years of advertising/public relations agency or related experience and will take thelead for influential clients. The successful candidate will be highly organized and able to effectively multi-task.

Description: The account manager will be able to anticipate what needs to be accomplished and look for opportunities to grow the assigned clients and the agency as a whole. He or she will also be proactive internally and with the client, ensuring that programs are planned and implemented on schedule and within budget. The account manager will supervise a team of professionals, providing direction, training and expertise. The account manager will fulfill these functions, as well as additional projects upon request.

Requirements: Three-to-five (3-5) years experience in an agency setting. At least a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or marketing. Public relations and account services experience a plus. Experience in a supervisory role a plus. Agency health industry experience a plus. Working knowledge of all social media platforms. Good verbal and written communication skills. Ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects and activities. Proficient in Excel, Word, and other Microsoft programs.

To Apply, or for more information: Qualified candidates only. Send resumes to:

Dante Kellerman,

Director of Human Resources<>



Vowell, Inc. / Little Rock

Description: Vowell, Inc., multi-media company and publisher of AY Magazine, Arkansas Money and Politics, is seeking to hire an account executive to sell print and multi-media advertising solutions, including digital and social media. Compensation program includes base salary plus lucrative commission. Health and life insurance with a 401K with company match, competitive holiday and sick leave.

Requirements: Outside sales experience. Ability to transfer leads into appointments and then into sales. Ability to work existing account base and grow sales. Have a high energy level, enthusiastic and motivated. Can work independently within a team environment. Must be excellent at building highly productive relationships with key decision makers, be results driven and goal oriented and be professional, honest and ethical.

To Apply, or for more information: Send resume to:

Gabrielle Gero,

Social Media & Circulation Manager<>



Jason International / North Little Rock

Posted: October 15

Summary: Responsible to search out and develop new relationships with key developers, architects and designers active in the commercial sector of lodging industries such as hotels, time shares, resorts, condominiums, apartments, etc. Strong management, leadership and training skills.

Requirements: College level degree in business administration. Exceptional verbal/written communication and inter-personal skills.

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KARK 4 – KLRT 16 / Little Rock

Summary: The Digital Sales Manager directly oversees the daily operations of the station’s digital advertising business and interacts with clients and advertising agencies to maximize digital revenue. The Digital Sales Manager also assists in hiring, training and developing Account Executives.

Description: Develops and executes sales strategies which result in exceeding revenue targets in digital and new product revenue. Drives new business development. Manages inventory and revenue forecasting. Assists in preparing budgets and approving budget expenditures. Manages Accounts Receivable for Digital Sales advertising. Calls on accounts with Account Executives. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Advertising or Mass Communications, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work related experience. Fluency in English. Excellent communication skills, both oral and written. Must be familiar with prevailing digital technologies such as Google Analytics, ad tagging, Flash, SEM, behavioral & contextual targeting. Minimum three years’ experience in sales, preferably in the digital field. Valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record. Experience guiding, directing and motivating subordinates, including setting performance standards and monitoring performance. Experience establishing long-range objectives and specifying the strategies and actions to achieve them. Ability to identify the developmental needs of others and to coach, mentor or otherwise help others to improve their knowledge or skills. Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.

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Saline Courier / Benton

Summary: The Saline Courier seeks a proven leader to direct and oversee our newsroom with a passion for local news and a desire to grow digital and print readership. The Saline Courier offers a competitive compensation package. We offer a variety of medical, dental and vision options to best fit your needs. We also offer 401k and life insurance options as well as paid vacation, sick and personal time. The Courier is an 5,000 circulation, 7-day p.m. newspaper in Benton, Arkansas. Saline County is one of the fastest growing communities in the United States. This is a great opportunity to work with a small daily newspaper that focuses on local news and the community.

Abstract: As editor, you will employ your knowledge, experience, and ability to implement innovative ideas that will lead directly to growth of The Courier’s print and digital audience. The Editor will play a vital role on The Courier’s management team, which determines short/long-term strategy and implements tactics necessary to grow the operation. The Editor also is expected to play an active role as a leader in the community. The successful applicant will be an experienced leader of great journalism that consistently meets high professional standards. She or he will have a successful track record of serving the distinct news and informational needs of audiences on print anddigital platforms. The successful applicant should show demonstrated skills in coaching, mentoring, and developing an enthusiastic and energetic staff to create consistently compelling storytelling and eye-popping visual journalism.

Description: Lead newsroom projects and initiatives. Project management and creation of new products in an effort to growaudience. Hire, train and develop the newsroom staff. Monitor and track performance of the team through standards of performance. Coordinate month to month progress of a news plan through planning and execution. Prepare and comply with the annual budget for the newsroom.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree from four-year college/university and at least three years of newsroom experience. Established track record of journalistic excellence. Strong background in leading a newsroom through innovative solutions to grow audience. Proven record of achieving audience growth through print and digitalmedia. Ability to handle multiple on-going tasks and rapidly changing priorities. Self-motivated, community-oriented and organized.

To Apply, or for more information: Qualified, interested individuals should submit resume and writing samples to:

Tony Cooper, Publisher

The Saline Courier

321 N. Market,

Benton, AR 72015<>



Department of Athletics

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Summary: The Department of Athletics at the University of Arkansas is now accepting applications for the position of Producer/Editor. The Producer/Editor will work in a team television production environment within the Broadcast Services Department.

Description: Primary responsibilities will be working with full-time staff on various televisionproduction projects as assigned. The Producer/Editor will also assist with videography and editing for production projects ranging from in-house produced sports television shows to live television production for big screen events at Arkansas Razorback sports venues. Responsibilities will include producing video scoreboard graphics, features and activities displayed during home basketball and football games. This position will also collaborate with the Razorback Sports Network (RSN) staff to create marketing, publicity, highlight, banquet and other feature videos; as well as assisting with production of SEC Network content. The Producer/Editor will require sports event coverage and television production as assigned requiring frequent nights, weekends, and holidays as to fulfill assigned duties.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree or higher in journalism, media, or related field

Two to four years-experience working in live television or comparable experience in athletic video boardoperation, production and direction at a professional or collegiate program. Minimum of three years editing experience in linear and non-linear formats.

Preferred: Experience producing content. Extensive experience with non-linear edit systems (NLE.) Extensive experience in creating and implementing graphics for sports broadcasts. Operational level skills in Electronic News Gathering (ENG) (field video camera, lighting, and related audio.) Skilled experience in producing and directing live sporting event productions (broadcast & video boards.) Experience in graphics creation software (Photoshop, Illustrator, After Effects.) Experience with Non-Linear Editing on the AVID platform.

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Radiology Associates, PA / Little Rock

Summary: RAPA is seeking an Executive Assistant to work directly with administrative staff and physician leaders of the practice.

Description: RAPA has a strong team working environment, which will require the ability to multi-task and continuously assess priority of projects. The organization has a physician led governance structure, which requires an extensive meeting schedule and documentation of meeting discussions and decisions. Accurate and timely preparation, attendance and documentation of the Company Shareholders and Board meetings are significant requirements of this role. This position works closely with administration to promote a positive professional company image through day to day operations, marketing/PR efforts, and as a liaison on behalf of administrative staff. This role will include managing correspondence, calls and calendars. The maintenance of confidentiality and discretion are a mist for this role and work in a healthcare setting.

Requirements: A minimum of 5 years of experience as an Executive Assistant and work performance references are required. Strong working knowledge and experience with Microsoft Office applications is required. Knowledge of medical practice and terminology are a benefit to performance in this role.

Preferred: Advancededucation is preferred.

To Apply, or for more information: Email resume to: Mimi Hyatt,<>.



College of Public Health (CPH), Health Behavior &Health Education University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences (UAMS) / Little Rock

Position Number: 50057812

Closing: October 31

Description: The Executive Assistant I provides high-level administrative support to the Department Chair and other faculty. Manages and coordinates daily operations for the Department. Responsible for maintaining office efficiency and implementing office systems and procedures. May supervise and/or coordinate the work of other office assistants. Regularly required to resolve complex administrative problems independently. This person will maintain calendars, schedules appointments;coordinates meetings and special events of various sizes and levels of complexity; processes department procurements and tracks assets; coordinates travel arrangements for faculty and official guests, and other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare or related field plus 4 years of administrative support experience, including 1 year in a supervisory role. Must have knowledge of MS Office, Outlook and experience using office equipment.

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American Red Cross / Little Rock

Summary: Identifies, engages, cultivates, solicits, and stewards current and prospective donors in expanding their financial support of the work of the American Red Cross. Responsible for meeting an annual revenue target by working with an assigned portfolio of donors and prospects to advance the mission of the organization and assist donors in creating meaning in their lives through giving to the American Red Cross

Description: Develops ongoing relationships with major donors for the benefit of the American RedCross. Manages a portfolio of donors and prospects. Responsible for minimum annual fundraising goal ($250,000 for the current fiscal year) as specified in performance standards, including both renewable gifts and new incremental revenue. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters. Implements programs/activities to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward donors at the $1,000 level or higher, with an emphasis on maximizing revenue for the American Red Cross. Accountable for cultivating relationships for individual fundraising, organizational fundraising or both. Cultivates relationships with individual donors personally and by supporting volunteer leaders in peer-to-peer outreach, [if appropriate] using giving societies such as the Tiffany Circle Society of Women Leaders as a key program. Cultivates, solicits and stewards support from corporations and foundations to meet annual fundraising goals within their Regions. This includes assisting corporations in achieving their goals in strengthening their brand, marketing, and employeeengagement by being proficient at clearly articulating Red Cross programs, listening to corporations’ needs and aligning programs to their interests, researching of foundations’ interests, preparing grant proposals, and engaging foundation staff and foundation board members to cultivate and solicit support for the American Red Cross. Develops and executes ongoing strategy for qualifying suspects and moving them to prospect status using tools such as small cultivation events, research, and community networking, with a goal of 30% of the portfolio having been identified by the MGO. Personally solicits assigned donor portfolio, including preparation of personalized materials when needed. Identifies potential planned giving prospects among assigned donors and partners with Region’s assigned Gift Planning Officer to solicit those prospects. Works with chapter Board members and other leadership volunteers to identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward appropriate donors. May oversee and have responsibility for staff development of Major Gifts Associate(s.) Participates in disaster relief fundraising projects as appropriate. Works collaboratively with other departments and partners with development staff at the National Office to create customized solicitation strategies matching the objectives of the organization and interests of thedonor/prospect. Updates donor records in region and/or chapter database and following donor contacts. Assists in other financial development projects as assigned. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone. It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with avolunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable. Minimum 3 years of major gifts leadership experience. Corporate and/or Business-to-Business sales leadership experience may be substituted for fundraising experience. Significant expertise with the area’s funding community highly desirable. Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development.

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Arkansas Electrical Cooperative Corporation / Little Rock

Job ID: 20686654

Salary: $88,835.00 – $111,043

Summary: Assists distribution cooperatives in all forms of community and economic development that would be beneficial to them and their members and represents the cooperatives at related events/meetings. Assists with state and/or federal legislative matters involving the electric cooperatives and rural community and economic development. When applicable, serves as a liaison between distribution cooperatives and C&I members/accounts and manages projects involving new or expanding businesses in cooperative territory. Represents the cooperatives on various boards, committees and task forces as related to community and economic development and public relations.

Description: Promotes, markets and coordinates projects involving specific C&I sites and/or buildings in cooperative territory to businesses considering Arkansas as a new location. Coordinates community and economic development activities with the Arkansas Economic Development Commission (AEDC) and assists them in assimilating current data and other site and demographic information. Works with local and regional (city, county, regional alliances, etc.) community and economic development organizations to develop and implement economic development programs. Participates in state, national and international community and economic development organizations (i.e. Arkansas Economic Developers, Arkansas State Chamber of Commerce, Southern Economic Development Council, CoreNET Global,National Rural Economic Developers Association, etc.) for educational training and networking. Works with the Arkansas General Assembly, the Arkansas Governor’s Office and other state agencies on policies that enhance and develop rural Arkansas. Manages and implements overall departmental budget and expenditures. Extensive contacts with various diversified sectors of the public.

Requirements: Professional Community and Economic Developer (PCED) certification, Certified Economic Developer (CEcD) or Certified Community Developer (CCD) preferred. Mastery MS Word & Typing skills. Advanced MS PowerPoint & Presentation skills. Intermediate MS Excel skills. Basic Contract Management & Database skills.

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World Services for the Blind / Little Rock

Description: World Services for the Blind is seeking a marketing and communications director. The ideal candidate will be a creative self-starter skilled in all aspects of communications, including but not limited to: writing and editing, AP style, social media management, web design, email marketing, graphic design, eventplanning, and photo and video production. Knowledge of publication design, direct mail, print production and processes, accessible digital media, fundraising, donor development, SEO and analytics also necessary.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in English, journalism, communications, marketing or related field, or a minimum of four years experience working in nonprofit marketing and communications. Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office, AdobeCreative Suite and iMovie required.

To Apply, or for more information: Send resumes to:



CAT2 (CAT Squared) / Conway

Salary: $60,000 – range

Closing: October 27

Summary: CAT2 (CAT Squared) is currently looking for a Marketing Manager. CAT2 is a leading provider of software to the food industry. Our clients include 60 percent of the top 50 meat and poultry companies in North America, three out of the top five American egg producers and one of Europe’s leading meat processors. At CAT2, our vision is to become the world’s leading provider of continuous improvement solutions to the food industry—with a strong emphasis on the meat industry—while maintaining the values that are important to our customers and distinguish us from our competition.

Description: Organize the company’s presence at industry conventions, expos, trade shows, etc. Develop all promotional materials including case studies, white papers, brochures, press releases, newsletters, etc. Manage e-marketing campaign and company website. Manage marketing budget. Some travel will be required (e.g., for expos.)

Requirements: Excellent written and verbal communication skills. Organized, detail-oriented, and able to multi-task. Able to manage time well and consistently meet deadlines. Able to effectively communicate with customers and collaborate with other team members.

To Apply, or for more information: Email cover letter and resume to:

Rachel McDonald, Training Manager<>




Harrison Radio Stations, Inc. / Harrison

Summary: If you are motivated, a self starter, love people, and have an interest in business, a sales position with KCWD/KNWA may be the career for you. KCWD/KNWA is now accepting applications for Marketing Representative. Sales experience helpful but not a must. This is a full time position with paid sick days and paid insurance.

To Apply, or for more information: Send resume to:

Roger Lowery, General Manager

Harrison Radio Stations, Inc.<>



Distance Learning

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Closing: November 3

Description: The Motion Graphics Artist/Animator (Animator) will play a pivotal role in creating illustrations and graphic elements of all types for the Media Production unit and the Instructional Design and Support Services department at the U of A Global Campus. Working under the Media Production Manager, the Animator will design, animate and output graphics and animations for video productions using a variety of visual arts techniques.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree is required. Five years of paid on the job experience is required. Proven ability to integrate data-driven information into visuals is required. Expert knowledge of Adobe After Effects and other common animation tools is required. A working knowledge of common video editing software, such as Adobe Premiere and Apple Final Cut is required.

Preferred: Bachelor’s degree in art, graphics design, broadcast Journalism and/or video/film production. Experience in animation, commercials, training videos, online courses, and commercial films.

To Apply, or for more information:



Old Statehouse Museum

Department of Arkansas Heritage / Little Rock Position Number: 22092741

Salary: $29,251 – $49,683

Closing: October 27

Summary: The Museum Interpretive Specialist is responsible for supervising staff and administering museum interpretive programming for museum special events, on-site programs, outreach programs, and other public services. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description: Supervises a small staff by interviewing, hiring, training, and evaluating performance. Develops museum public services including on-site and outreach programs, special events, lesson plans, tours, loan boxes, and teacher resource materials. Coordinates museum public programs, both on-site and outreach, including planning and implementation. Presents interpretive programs to visitors and educational groups. Conducts reseach of primary and secondary sources to develop adult, children, and living history programs. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in history, art history, education, or related area; plus one year of experience in museum or educational programs, or a related field. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

To Apply, or for more information:



Sync Weekly

Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Little Rock

Summary: Sync Weekly, central Arkansas’ guide to local news and entertainment, is seeking a creative designer to join its team.

Description: The designer will be responsible for the overall look of the publication from cover to cover, making each issue vibrant, thought-provoking, impossible to put down—and a true reflection of the central Arkansas audience it reaches. Other duties include designing other media content such as brochures, press kits, ads and inserts as assigned.

Requirements: Degree in graphic design, art or related field plus two years of work experience in page design, an upbeat, collaborative attitude, ability to juggle many different tasks on a tight turnaround, an appreciation for deadlines, knowledge of and ability to use MACINTOSH computer, experience with Creative Suite 6 (Photoshop, Illustrator, InDesign) and Flash, strong working knowledge of layouts, graphic fundamentals and typography, ability to lead projects from concept to completion, ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.

To Apply, or for more information: Send cover letter, resume and at least three work samples (or link to a portfolio site) – with “Sync Designer” in the subject line – to:

Nate Olson, Editor

Sync Weekly<>



KHBS – KHOG / Rogers

Summary: 40/29 News, the Hearst-owned ABC/CW duopoly in Fayetteville/Fort Smith, AR is looking for a producer to create fast-paced, hard-edged, compelling newscasts. Excellent writing skills, organization, solid journalistic integrity, and creative vision are a must. Ideal candidates will have the ability to produce television newscasts, specials & web content. This producer will work out of the Northwest Arkansas newsroom in Rogers.

Description: Selecting and writing content for live newscasts. Working with and guiding reporters in story production. Communicating, coordinating and executing creative visionwith team of anchors, reporters, meteorologists, photographers, editors, and production staff. Will produce and publish content to our online platforms. Excellent writing, spelling, grammar and copy-editing skills. Ability to multi-task and coordinate several crews and responsibilities simultaneously. An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components. Creative presentation style, and ability to showcase all resources and elements. Unwaivering journalistic integrity and ethical standards.

Requirements: College degree. Past producing experience preferred. Web publishing experience preferred.

To Apply, or for more information: Email resume, references, links to your work and a letter discussing your producing philosophy to:

Greg Shepperd, News Director




Girl Scout Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma & Texas /

Fort Smith – Jonesboro – North Little Rock – Texarkana

Summary: The Product Sales Representative assists the Chief Business Development Officer in managing product sales operations while working closely with the Product Sales Coordinator to facilitate consistent and successful product sales programs

Description: Assists CBDO in managing product sales operations. Collaborates with the Business Development team to develop and implement.Product Sales strategies. Act as point of first reference for all product related enquiries in a regionalarea. Serves as the council liaison and maintains relationships with local troops and surrounding service units. Assists in the planning, development and delivery of an annual training program for staff and volunteers that highlights the Girl Scout Leadership Experience, product sale outcomes and promotes a high level of girl participation. Assists Product Sales Coordinator with implementation of Service Unit and Troop trainings. Collaborates with Product Sales Coordinator and regional office staff to develop and establish cupboard inventory processes. Manages product cupboard inventory and processes in his/her regional office. Manages cookie costume inventory and processes in his/her regional office. Manages and is accountable for cookie incentive inventory and processes in his/her regional office. Enters accurate and necessary data in product sales databases. Coordinates council secured booths in regional area for troops and any database entry required for booth locator applications. Manages the Product Sales hotline/e-mail for his/her regional office. Assists Product Sales Coordinator with implementation of girl incentive program. Serves as the council liaison and maintains relationships with local troops and surrounding service units. Assists with writing and implementing any necessary processes and strategies. Assists CBDO with gathering of financial documentation for debt collection. Assists with the planning, recruitment and implementation of Product Sales promotional events. Inspires others and ensures outstandingcustomer service at all levels. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: Bachelor’s degree in a related field and/or 1 to 2 years of related experience in sales or marketing; and/or equivalent combination of education and experience.

To Apply, or for more information:




Arkansas Department of Education / Little Rock

Position Number: 2208-2921

Salary: $37,332 – $62,616

Closing: October 28

Summary: This position will be a web operations manager position located in the ADE Communications Unit. The position will be responsible for updating the ADE website, training staff on how to access information on the site, preparing the bi-weekly newsletter that features updates to the site, overseeing the agency’s social media sites and assisting the Communications Team with outreach efforts.

Description: Primary responsibilities include writing content, editing and updating webpages, posting graphics and creating new pages; coordinating and collaborating with division leaders to ensure accurate and timely information is posted on thesite; ensuring the website is easy to navigate; working with outside development providers to implement upgrades; monitoring web operations and responding to problems; sharing knowledge of Internet techniques and technologies with ADE staff; training and supporting ADE staff on how to use the site; assembling the agency bi-weekly newsletter; overseeing the agency’s social media sites to include

daily postings; and assisting the Communications Team with other public outreach efforts to include creating graphics, writing content, preparing presentations and taking photos.

Requirements: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public relations, journalism, or a related field; plus four years of experience inpublic relations, journalism or a related field, including one year of supervisory experience. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

To Apply, or for more information:




Arkansas Department of Education / Little Rock

Position Number: 2208-2745

Salary: $43,217 – $69,734

Closing: October 22

Summary: The Public Information Manager is responsible for receiving and disseminating information, drafting reports, researching legislative issues, and editing,writing, publicizing, and promoting the agency. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description: Supervises a small professional and administrative supports staff byinterviewing and recommending for hire, prioritizing work assignments, establishing deadlines, providing general instructions, reviewing work performed, and evaluating the performance of incumbents. Writes, designs, and publishes presentations which will include text, graphics, and charts that are provided to the Governor’s Office, Legislature, Civic groups, professional groups and others. Edits materials produced by the section or other department staff by reviewing weekly news/feature releases and department publications and newsletters, evaluating contents and impact, and ensuring that material arepublishable. Writes and edits copy for the agency’s newsletters, press releases, web pages, brochures, and scripts. Solicits and coordinates mediacoverage of departmental programs or emergency events to ensure accurate and complete information. Trains co-workers on use of publication and other software. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in journalism, public relations, public administration or a related field; plus five years of experience in public relations, including two years in a supervisory capacity. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

Preferred: Preferred skills include website experience, graphics and video skills, experience with social media sites and education experience. A bachelor’s degree in journalism, English, marketing or related area is preferred.

To Apply, or for more information:



Northwest Region Office

Arkansas Department of Health / Fayetteville

Position Number: 22109633

Salary: $30,713 – $52,167

Closing: October 22

Summary: The Public Information Specialist is responsible for public relation activitiesrelated to the operation of a state agency or institution of higher education. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description: Plans and prepares promotional publications by gathering information for releases, selecting articles, format, design, and layout, sending publications to printer, proofreading copy, and arranging for distribution. Coordinates media coverage of events by issuing invitations, entertaining and accommodating media personnel, preparing press guides, and making facility arrangements. Arranges conferences and special events by making facility arrangements, serving as host to visitors, coordinating speakers and agenda, and working with convention personnel. Conducts interviews with individuals to gather information for news articles and stories. Researches past publications and records to obtain pertinent information about subjects of articles and stories. Disseminates news releases to newspapers, radio, and television media. Responds to requests for information by speaking at special events, making public appearances, and providing handouts and brochures. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements: The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree with a major in communications, journalism, public relations, or related field; plus one year of experience in public relations or related area. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

To Apply, or for more information:



Saline Courier / Benton

Description: The Saline Courier, a daily newspaper located in Benton, is seeking an experienced reporter to cover city government, school news and enterprise reporting forassigned beat. Arkansas and serves the Saline County area. The newspaper won the General Excellence award in the APME Arkansas contest and the Arkansas Press Association Better Newspaper contest in 2014.

Requirements: Preferred qualifications include 2-3 years previous reporting for a newspaper, degree in journalism and a proven track record of success in developing relationships and contacts for story content. Must have experience with AP Style and Adobe Creative Suite 5.5 or higher.

To Apply, or for more information: Qualified individuals may send resume and at least three published samples articles to:

Brent Davis, Editor

The Saline Courier<>



Sentinel-Record / Hot Springs

Summary: The Sentinel-Record, a morning daily newspaper in Hot Springs, Ark., has an opening for a full-time time reporter (5 days a week, 40 hours total) to cover law enforcement and the court system in Garland County, AR and surrounding areas. Health insurance and 401K provided, dental and vision optional.

To Apply, or for more information: Email examples of your work with resume and cover letter to:

Mark Gregory, Editor

Hot Springs Sentinel-Record<>



Lindsey Software Systems / Little Rock

Summary: The Sales & Marketing Assistant position will assist with new business development and daily marketing activities. We are seeking someone with an outgoing personality who can also represent the company at tradeshows and conferences. This position is usually a good entry level position to a career in marketing communications.

Description: Develops new business reports, proposals and presentations. Coordinates and maintains company-wide comprehensive tradeshow/conference schedule. Participates in tradeshows and conferences across the U.S. promotingproducts and developing relationships. Provides product, promotion, and pricing information by clarifying customer request; selecting appropriate information; forwarding information; answering questions. Maintains customer database by inputting customer profile and updates; preparing and distributing monthly reports in Salesforce. Prepares presentations by compiling data; developing presentation formats and materials. Writing articles for promotional materials and website content. Uploading marketing information online and through social media sites. Updating and maintaining marketing documentation and databases. Updates job knowledge by participating in educational opportunities. Accomplishes department and organization mission by completing related results as needed.

Requirements: Personable, presentable and articulate a must. Reporting skills, writing skills, understanding the customer, good communications skills, attention to detail, professionalism, Microsoft Office skills, teamwork.

To Apply, or for more information:

The Associated Press Seeks Full-Time Reporter for Little Rock Bureau


Location: Arkansas-Little Rock   Expertise: Editorial-General Assignment Position ID: 10064685   Level of Job: Professional/Specialist # of Openings: 1   Type of Job: Full-time Certification: None   Job Category: News/Editorial Education: Bachelors or equivalent   External Expiration Date: 10/16/14Opened Date:              9/15/14


The Associated Press is seeking a full-time reporter for its bureau in Little Rock, Arkansas.

The reporter must be able to develop a beat and build sources across a wide geographic region, and be able to produce content in multiple formats including text, photo, video and audio. Under supervision, he/she will set the beat’s agenda and develop aggressive spot and hard-edged enterprise reporting for the AP’s global newspaper, online and broadcast audience.


The successful candidate will:

  • Work with appropriate news leaders and the Central Region editing desk to ensure AP is aggressively pursuing breaking news, hard-edged enterprise and accountability journalism across Arkansas.
  • Identify and develop stories that break news and have impact.
  • Report and produce compelling enterprise for state, national and global audiences.
  • Execute those stories in all formats and in a timely fashion.
  • Report and produce content on deadline in competitive situations.


The successful candidate should have demonstrated superior news judgment, with experience reporting and producing news on a variety of issues, and in multiple formats, for a broad audience. Strong skills as a beat reporter are required. The candidate must have a proven understanding of the importance of multimedia news, and be able to work in several formats and coordinate across departments inside the AP. The candidate should be a creative problem-solver who can work without daily, direct supervision. Qualifications for the successful candidate include:

  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent experience.
  • Demonstrated aggressive use of public records laws, computer-assisted reporting skills and investigative reporting techniques.
  • A proven ability to recognize and develop newsworthy stories of global interest and work accurately under deadline pressure.
  • Strong organizational skills with the ability to juggle multiple projects across formats and meet deadlines.
  • Proficiency in reporting and producing content in multiple platforms, including text, photo and video, is a plus.
  • At least two years of full-time reporting experience at a daily newspaper, broadcast station or AP bureau.
  • Fluency in Spanish is highly desirable.

Advanced-level professional competency in written and spoken English language is required.  Authorization to work in the US for any employer is mandatory.

The Associated Press is the essential global news network, delivering fast, unbiased news from every corner of the world to all media platforms and formats. Founded in 1846, AP today is the most trusted source of independent news and information. On any given day, more than half the world’s population sees news from AP.

AP seeks to build an inclusive organization grounded in respect for differences. We support all aspects of diversity and provide equal employment opportunity to all employees and applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, marital status, national origin, age, sexual orientation, disability or status as a veteran in accordance with applicable nondiscrimination laws.

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American Red Cross Seeks Regional Chief Development Officer II

American Red Cross

Title: Regional Chief Development Officer II        
Family: Development FLSA: Exempt
Job Code: DV1021 Date: Revised 12/1/13
Reports To: RCE and DFVP Approved: Total Rewards – COE

Job Summary

Responsible to strengthen and grow the donor base and the development program to meet assigned financial goals.  Supports the Regional Chief Executive who is the chief fundraiser for the region.  Drives a strong revenue-oriented culture based on market-driven targets.  Leads a development team in planning, managing and implementing fund development strategies for the Region.  Maintains own portfolio of assigned major donors and prospects, and personally makes solicitations.  Functions in a highly visible, externally facing role and will represent the Region in cultivating donors with the greatest capacity and managing leadership volunteers.  Reports jointly to the Regional Chapter Executive and the Divisional Fundraising Vice President.



  1. Develops and executes annual and multi-year development strategies for the Region’s fundraising.
  1. Accountable for achieving or exceeding Region’s minimum fundraising target ($5,000,000 to 10,000,000 in the current fiscal year), and managing to fundraising expense target. Revenue target may increase due to major domestic disasters.
  1. Partners closely with the RCE, DFVP and Board(s) in the Region to develop and execute the fundraising strategy in order to significantly grow annual revenues in the short term, while diversifying the funding base towards long-term sustainability.
  1. Maintains his/her own portfolio of assigned major donors and prospects, responsible for personally making face to face donor solicitations and meeting national/regional fundraising metrics.
  1. Serves as the primary staff liaison for the Board’s Philanthropy Committee.
  1. Orients new Board members to their fundraising responsibilities and ensures that they receive the support they need to be successful volunteer fundraisers.
  1. Works with RCE, DFVP and DVP to determine reporting structure for the FD staff in the Region (including Community Chapter FD staff) based on the Regional structure, and ensures the use of best practices for moves management and measuring staff members’ performance as a management tool.
  1. Develops and implements a written plan for identifying, educating, cultivating, soliciting, and stewarding donors across the Region.
  1. Leads focused growth in major gifts area; works directly with top major gift prospects, in coordination with the Region’s Major Gift Officer(s).
  1. At the direction of the RCE, serves as primary staff liaison for representatives of largest corporations and foundations for solicitation, cultivation, and stewardship purposes.
  1. Oversees implementation of organizational campaigns in the Region, such as Holiday Campaign, Disaster Relief, and March is Red Cross Month.
  1. Acts as a senior leader in the Region and directs the Regional Development team with respect to strategic decisions for the organization; ensures that the Region meets all reporting requirements related to fundraising.
  1. Collaborates with national ARC headquarters development staff to identify and maximize fundraising opportunities.
  1. May oversee and have responsibility for staff development of Major Gifts Associate(s) and/or Major Gifts Officer(s).
  1. It is the responsibility of all Red Cross staff members to recruit, train and work with volunteers and to treat all clients, volunteers, guests, and other employees in a courteous and respectful manner at all times while maintaining a cooperative atmosphere for everyone.  It is expected that each member of the regional management team to work with a volunteer counterpart to ensure key volunteers are utilized and ensure depth within the function.
  1. Carries out any additional assignments required to fulfill the Mission of the American Red Cross.


Principal Relationships:

Regular and significant contact with Board members, the Divisional Development team and the National Office of the American Red Cross.  Regular and significant contact with department heads whose support and cooperation is needed for program success.



Job level is determined by budgeted revenue range and amount of job complexity.



Education:  Bachelor’s degree required; advanced degree is highly desirable.


Experience:   Minimum 5 years of fundraising leadership experience. Proactive development leader with an established track record of increasing philanthropic revenue from diverse constituencies.  Experience in the development and implementation of a broad-based fundraising program including personally opening doors, cultivation, and successfully closing major gifts.  Significant expertise with the Region’s funding community highly desirable.  Progressive experience in successful development programs and knowledge of “best practices” in development.  Progressive sales leadership experience can substitute for fundraising experience.


Management Experience:  Minimum 3 years of supervisory experience.

Skills and Abilities:  Ability to relate well and work effectively with multiple constituencies and audiences.  Excellent verbal and written skills.  Knowledge of office systems: MS-Office preferred and fundraising database systems (e.g., Raiser’s Edge,  A team player committed to developing and working within a collaborative environment and to ensuring the highest customer service orientation.


Other:  None listed.


Travel:  Requires frequent travel within the Region, and occasional travel within the Division and to Washington, DC.



To be determined.


Essential Functions/Physical Requirements

Depending on work assignment, may require ordinary ambulatory skills sufficient to visit other locations; or the ability to stand, walk and manipulate (lift, carry, move) light to medium weights of up to 20 pounds. Requires good hand-eye coordination, arm, hand and finger dexterity, including ability to grasp, and visual acuity to use a keyboard, operate equipment and read technical information. Overall mobility is essential.  May include sitting for long periods of time, driving a vehicle and working under challenging conditions.


Work Conditions:

Work is performed indoors with some potential for exposure to safety and health hazards related to

emergency services relief work. May travel and participate in meetings and conferences throughout

chapter jurisdiction, state and Red Cross system. Because the Red Cross is a disaster response

organization, staff may be asked to be on 24-hour call during period of major disaster.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature and level of work being performed.  They are not intended to be an exhaustive list of all responsibilities and duties required.



CJRW Seeks Account Manager


Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods

Position Description:

The Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods account manager has three to five years of advertising/public relations agency or related experience and will take the lead for influential clients.  The successful candidate will be highly organized and able to effectively multi-task.

The account manager will be able to anticipate what needs to be accomplished and look for opportunities to grow the assigned clients and the agency as a whole. He or she will also be proactive internally and with the client, ensuring that programs are planned and implemented on schedule and within budget.

The account manager will supervise a team of professionals, providing direction, training and expertise. The account manager will fulfill the functions below, as well as additional projects upon request.

Job Specifications/Qualifications:

3-5 years experience in an agency setting

At least a bachelor’s degree in communications, journalism or marketing

Public relations and account services experience a plus

Experience in a supervisory role a plus

Agency health industry experience a plus

Working knowledge of all social media platforms

Good verbal and written communication skills

Ability to simultaneously manage multiple projects and activities

Proficient in Excel, Word, and other Microsoft programs

Qualified candidates only.  Please send resumes to