JLLR Seeks Rental Manager

The Junior League of Little Rock is in search of qualified and interested candidates to serve as Rental Manager and oversee all aspects of the League’s building rental business as well as its rental assistants, custodians, and security. Working hours will be from 8:30 am – 2:30 pm, Monday – Friday (up to 32 hours per week). Due to weekend rental events there will be a possibility to be on call on some weekends. A flexible schedule is helpful with this position.

Primary Responsibilities include:
– Schedule all internal and external events, facility rentals and meetings.
– Give tours as necessary
– Serve as liaison with all rental contracts
– Responsible for the supervision of rental assistants during rental events
– Additional specific duties as assigned

Junior League of Little Rock active and sustaining members are not eligible to apply.

Interested and eligible candidates may submit your resume to Christy Copeland at

Central Arkansas Transit Authority Seeks Director of Public Engagement


At CATA, you will find a diverse workforce that reflects our community and a commitment to providing world-class transit service. We aim to recruit and hire a diverse workforce that reflects the community we serve. We value the ideas, enthusiasm, and ambition that each person brings. We place no limits to what you can achieve at CATA. We respect and value our employees because we know that we couldn’t do what we do without them. If you would like to work in an innovative and diverse organization and are looking for a challenging opportunity to make an impact, we want to talk to you. Central Arkansas Transit Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Job Openings
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Director of Public Engagement
Location: North Little Rock, ARDepartment: Admin
Type: Full TimeMin. Experience: Experienced

The Director of Public Engagement ensures the sharing of CATA messages with the general public, business community, stakeholder groups and elected officials to gain support for CATA programs.  The purpose of this position is to direct and manage the outreach, advertising, marketing, and promotional activities of CATA as well as the community relations and government affairs programs. This is accomplished by planning, coordinating and overseeing the implementation of multi-media advertising campaigns, promotions, special events and public information programs; negotiating and purchasing media advertisements; designing and developing print materials and publications; overseeing the development and maintenance of CATA’s website and social media programs; negotiating sponsorships and partnerships; writing news releases, articles and other print materials; conducting market research; organizing special events and outreach activities; advising and providing recommendations to the Executive Director/CEO and Board of Directors; preparing and monitoring department budget; and directing outside advertising agencies and consultants.

Note: This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions below does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position.

  • Manages and implements the Community Outreach Program by developing and implementing a successful and extensive multi-faceted, multi-cultural and multi-lingual public outreach plan, attending community, city council and board meetings, resolving external conflicts, acting as liaison with community, and managing outreach consultants.
  • Plans and directs short-range and long-range marketing and promotional campaigns with a special emphasis on programs designed to increase ridership by identifying goals and objectives, researching and analyzing options, preparing plans and writing copy, coordinating graphic design elements, coordinating distribution and media, and analyzing results.
  • Develops, monitors, and oversees the production of print materials and publications by identifying goals and objectives, researching and analyzing options, preparing plans, researching subject matter, writing copy, and managing graphics, printing, production, and distribution
  • Manages and implements the Government Affairs Program by interacting with federal, state, and local elected officials and their staff, lobbying nationally and within the state on behalf of CATA, representing CATA at legislative conferences as directed, and monitoring the status of key federal and state bills.
  • Organizes special events and outreach activities by identifying goals and objectives, preparing and implementing plans, and analyzing results.


  • Four (4) years of college resulting in a Bachelor’s degree or equivalent in Business Administration, Public Administration, Communications, Marketing or a closely related field, Master’s Degree Preferred. 
  •  A minimum of five (5) years of progressively responsible management experience in the marketing, public relations, community relations, government relations, managing outreach programs or a closely related field.
  • Equivalent combinations of education and experience may be acceptable.


Full time, exempt position with a starting salary range of $59k to $74k, with a top salary of $89k. Full range of benefits including group health, dental, vision, 457(b) retirement, paid holidays, vacation, & sick time.

To learn more about Central Arkansas Transit Authority and to see the full job description visit

City of Little Rock Seeks Communications and Marketing Manager

Job Title: Communications and Marketing Manager
Closing Date/Time: Sun. 06/14/15 11:59 PM Central Time
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Hiring/Entry Salary: Hiring Salary dependent upon selected applicant’s experience and education
Job Type: A1 -Full Time- Regular Position
FLSA: Exempt position, not eligible for overtime compensation.
Location: City Hall, 500 West Markham, Little Rock, Arkansas
Grade: 999
Required Licenses and/or Certifications: Class D Non-Commercial Drivers License before employment
Openings: 1
To provide leadership and direction in creating comprehensive communication and marketing strategies that advance the City of Little Rock’s visions, goals, and message.
 Essential Job Functions:
Provides leadership, direction, and oversight on strategic communications planning, marketing, media, public relations, issues management and social media. Develops or ensures the development of communication materials, including brochures, flyers, press releases, public service announcements, information pamphlets, media announcements, public presentation materials, speeches, award submissions,  and other promotional/public information materials needed to inform members of the public and to present the position and views of City management, Mayor, and Board of Directors; ensures distribution of produced materials. Oversees response to media inquiries; ensures that the City’s response meets deadlines and established practices and reflects the City’s policy positions and practices. Develops and directs a comprehensive marketing strategy for the City of Little Rock including monitoring of messages and communications to ensure consistent application of market and brand integrity throughout the organization. Plans and directs the City’s social media components; develops strategies for positioning the city and its services on-line through marketing, social media sites and other web tools. Directs interpretation and analysis of internal and external marketing information and determines that data presented is accurate and properly reflected. Develops, implements and evaluates measurable goals, policies, and action plans which support the City’s mission, philosophy and strategic plan. Determines the best method and media suitable to properly inform concerned and affected citizens, and to promote awareness and understanding of City accomplishments, activities, programs and services. Researches materials, conducts studies and surveys to obtain information required for action by the City; prepares or ensures preparation and approval of responses to public inquiries, media and requests; coordinates and ensures appropriate responses to requests for documents and information for Mayor and Board of Directors’ action requests and inquiries; prepares reports; makes recommendations. Counsels the City Manager, Mayor, and Board of Directors concerning public relations aspects of policies, practices, procedures, programs, and actions; consults with management on problems affecting organization communications and in formulating policies which will strengthen community relations. Makes public presentations to the Board, staff committees, and various organizations on City-related issues, activities, and programs. Oversees the work of LRTV, the City’s government access cable channel, and all video production directed toward general or targeted publics. Plans and directs the work activities and monitors performance of Public Relations Manager and Video Production Technicians. Prepares tentative annual budget figures for the Division; monitors the budget to ensure budgeted amounts are not exceeded. Directs and coordinates special events and projects as assigned by the City Manager, Mayor, and Board of Directors. Participates in various activities and committees as assigned. Photographs various City events as requested. Establishes and maintains hard copy and computer files and records. Operates a computer with desktop publishing, graphics, spreadsheet, and word processing software. Operates a City pool automobile in the performance of essential job functions.
 Minimum Qualifications and Additional Requirements:
These knowledge, skills, and abilities are usually, although not always, acquired through completion of a Bachelor’s degree in Communication, Marketing, Public Relations, Public Affairs, Journalism or a related field; four (4) years of professional-level experience in communications, journalism, public relations or related areas; one (1) year of personal computer experience; two (2) years of experience supervising professional and technical level employees. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

Additional Requirement:  Must be available to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.

Disclaimer:  This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise.

 Application Requirements:
  • ONLY On-Line Applications Accepted.
  • Application and Supplemental Questions required by Closing Date.
Applicable experience must be included in the on-line application/electronic work history. Please do not leave the work history section of the application “blank” or with a “see resume” statement. Failure to follow these instructions may result in the rejection of your application documents.
Applicants’ Responsibilities:
Applicants are responsible for the accuracy of their contact information and keeping informed of their application status. Applicants are responsible for completing all selection components (ie., supplemental questions, written exams, performance/practical exams) as required by the job posting. [When possible, tentative exam dates, etc. will be listed on the job posting so that applicants can make timely inquiries.]
Applicants may check the status of their application for any position by periodically logging into their applicant account at; therefore, applicants should keep their Username and Password available for this purpose. Applicants may call the Human Resource office (501) 371-4590 to check their status if they are having computer difficulties.

When the application has been successfully submitted, a confirmation notice will be sent to the applicant’s email address. Please print a copy of the confirmation for your records. Applicants will receive the following confirmation message:

Thank you for applying for employment with the City of Little Rock. Applicants are responsible for completing and submitting all selection components listed on the job bulletin. Please note that you will not receive any additional reminders for selection components listed on the job bulletin. The selection process may include but is not limited to the following: application review and evaluation, supplemental questions evaluation, practical skills test, written exam, structured interview, and any other specified component.

Once the position is closed, it will be one to two weeks before you are notified of your status. The designated hiring authority will contact applicants chosen for an interview from the referral list. The hiring process could take up to six months, depending on the nature of the position, pre-employment screenings, and applicable background checks.

If the position is re-advertised, you are eligible to re-apply. Please email any questions concerning your application to

Job Opportunities – 05/22/15


Engineering Analytics Center

University of Arkansas at Little Rock / Little Rock

Job Number:  P98118

Closing:  May 28

Summary:  The Emerging Analytics Center (EAC) at the University of Arkansas is seeking a talented 3D artist to join its interdisciplinary startup team of faculty, students, researchers, and collaborators. EAC works in a wide range of virtual reality and interactive visualization applied research projects, many of which require the creation of 3D assets, shaders, scripts, animations and other components. The 3D artist will be responsible for the development of the “look and feel” of many projects and will work directly under the Director of the EAC. This position may also be required to supervise art and design students assisting on the projects. The position has opportunities to advance towards a lead position as well.

Description:  Create detailed and rich 3D models and environments using a variety of mediums and technologies.  Create a wide variety of textures, normal maps, shaders, and other visual effects components.  Produce artwork within the technical and design parameters of each project.  Iterate designs in response to feedback and project evaluation.  Work in the inter-disciplinary team of each project contributing ideas and potential directions for project development.  Use expertise & knowledge to research & map workflow strategies (incl. project design, software, & techniques) project deliverables.  Deliver work within project time frames.  Perform other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree is required with three years experience or equivalent expertise in 3D Art.  Experience with a scripting or programming language desired but not required.

To Apply, or for more information:



KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3517

Summary:  KAIT-TV is seeking a dynamic, intelligent, creative and energetic team player to join our Sales Force in a vibrant, growing market in NE Arkansas.  The winning candidate will be expected to achieve budget goals, service existing accounts, develop new business and implement advertising solutions for our clients utilizing all of our available platforms.

Requirements:  College degree in business, sales or marketing preferred.  Experience in media sales or a related field is a plus, but not required.  Candidates should possess good marketing instincts, along with excellent communication and closing skills.

To Apply, or for more information:  Apply online and attach resume.



KNWA – KFTA / Fayetteville

Summary:   KNWA/Fox24 in Fayetteville, AR is looking for a creative, articulate, and motivated individual to sell television and internet advertising to new businesses in the area.  Qualified candidate must have at least two years of television or radio sales experience.

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

Ward Huey, Director of Sales



American Heart Association / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  4229-415

Summary:  The American Heart Association (AHA) has an excellent opportunity for an Administrative Associate- Heart Walk in our SouthWest Affiliate office in Little Rock, AR. Performs complex administrative support and technical program assistance work. Work involves disseminating information, maintaining filing systems, and performing internal administrative support work.  Responsibilities may include training others. Works under general supervision with moderate latitude for the use of initiative and independent judgment.

Description:  Planning of event’s logistics (i.e.: securing venue, reviewing vendor contracts and proof of insurance, van/truck rentals.)  Managing and tracking direct and indirect event expenses.  Meeting deadlines for the development and management of respective annual budgets.  Volunteer recruitment and management (External Partners.)  Creating and/or coordinating AHA materials and packets.  Managing and updating internal database systems.  Accountability and upkeep of Sponsorship Agreements.  Securing auction items and in-kind donations.  Managing post-event feedback.  Supporting fundraising directors with day to day administrative tasks.  Position will require periodic travel throughout the designated market.  Serve as the partner and representative of the Executive Director.  Assist ED with calendar management and setting appointments.  Assist ED with Board of Directors; meeting management, providing minutes of meetings, tracking of board terms, etc.  Make travel arrangements as needed.  Prepare and send follow up letters/correspondence as assigned.  Provide general administrative support as needed; act as resource while ED is in field, in special projects including research & report compilation, order event materials and other duties as requested.  Ensure that all funds raised in support of the mission are able to be recorded and payments are received by due dates.

Requirements:  High school diploma or GED equivalent required; college Degree preferred.  Must have at least one (1) year related experience.  Ability to lift 20lbs from ground to waist level with or without reasonable accommodation.  Must have at least intermediate knowledge and skill with Microsoft Office 2010 used for word processing, email, presentations and spreadsheets. Advanced knowledge and skill with these programs is preferred.  These skills are subject to testing.  Must be at least 18 years old.

To Apply, or for more information:



KHBS – KHOG / Rogers

Job ID:  640

Summary:  40/29 News, the Hearst-owned ABC/CW duopoly in Fayetteville/Fort Smith, AR is looking for a weekend nightside anchor/reporter who can bring the energy of live reporting to our anchor desk. In addition to credibility, poise, and personality; we’re looking for an anchor who isn’t afraid to head out into the field and break the big stories. Our next anchor/reporter will enterprise exclusives, tell compelling stories, and execute energetic live shots. We are looking this market’s next leader who isn’t afraid to ask the tough questions, and will hold those in power accountable. Our anchors are newsroom leaders who help mentor and grow producers and reporters. Our anchors write and edit scripts with conversational communication in mind. Our anchors make beat calls and help gather information. Our weekend anchor will report three days each week. This anchor will work out of the Northwest Arkansas newsroom in Rogers.

Description:  Delivers scripted and ad lib material with professionalism, personality, and purpose.  Works with and guides reporters and producers in newscast production.  Regularly plans, gathers and assembles stories on day-of news or special project assignments.  Works with or without a photographer to gather and edit compelling video and captivating sound.  Coordinates with news managers and producers to develop stories that go beyond surface details, that accentuate unique enterprise angles, and have exclusive content.  Develops a network of sources who provide tips, early access to information, and allow the reporter to break stories of significance.  Will contribute pictures, video and text updates to mobile platforms consistently throughout the day.  Can juggle multiple stories and projects at once, demonstrates exceptional time-management skills by meeting all deadlines under extraordinary pressure.  An ability to summarize information into easy-to-understand components.  Unwaivering journalistic integrity and ethical standards.  Appears on behalf of the station at public events.

Requirements:  College degree.  Past anchor experience required.  Past reporting experience required.  Web publishing experience required.

To Apply, or for more information:



Arkansas History Commission

Department of Parks & Tourism / Little Rock

Position Number:  22091311

Salary:  $27,858 – $47,317

Closing:  May 22

Summary:  The Archival Assistant is responsible for the processing and maintaining of archival items and collections. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description:  Receives archival items and determines physical condition and historical significance. Categorizes items and arranges into chronological, alphabetical, or numerical order. Places items in folders or boxes and stores on shelves by classification. Prepares and maintains inventory listing on each item processed. Researches various sources to obtain needed information about items or collections, such as the identity of person or persons contained in collection. Writes bibliographic sketches to include in collection index. Assists patrons by pulling materials, giving tours, and providing reference service. Responds to specific inquires or requests by conducting searches, making referrals, and/or compiling needed materials. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  The formal education equivalent of a high school diploma; plus two years of specialized training in library science, history or 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:




Communications Department

Arkansas Department of Career Education / Little Rock

Position Number:  22080358

Salary:  $43,217 – $69,734

Closing:  June 9

Summary:  The ACE Program Coordinator will function as the Assistant Communications Director. This position will provide strategic planning and direction of communication strategies with external and internal audiences; identify web-based marketing and social media opportunities and develop strategies; coordinate/maintain/provide direction on marketing campaigns; write content for various publications and edit and proofread content created by other writers; coordinate agency audiovisual material needs; work with director and senior staff to research and develop speeches and supporting materials for speaking engagements and writings and on occasion speak to groups about the agency; monitor how the agency is portrayed in news articles, websites, and other public venues; assist in the daily operation of the communications office and serve as the second in command. Frequent in-state travel, including some overnight, will be required. Some after-hours duty will be required.

Description:  Assist in developing and implementing marketing and communication plans with a strong emphasis in social media.  Analyze information to develop marketing, communications and social media strategies and products for internal and external audiences.   Develop an agency social media presence and execute strategies for online marketing and social media efforts.  Must be well-versed in social media, and experienced using social networking sites such as Twitter, Facebook, Instagram, YouTube, and others.  Monitor client and brand activity across a broad range of social networking sites and blogs, cultivate and grow online relationships with key target stakeholders, and seek new opportunities to integrate social media into our strategic marketing objectives.  Plan and oversee design and production of marketing products.  Develop and execute strategies for website enhancements and revisions, including navigation and design. Produce content for website.  Write, edit, and proof print and web copy, ensuring accuracy, grammatical correctness, and consistency with agency mission.  Coordinate audiovisual and technical assistance and support to staff to ensure quality productions. Operate media equipment. Train staff on the use of media equipment.  Monitor effectiveness of various marketing strategies to maximize overall marketing. Recommend changes to ensure maximum effectiveness.  Research and develop speeches, speaking points, and supporting materials.  Provide support and assistance to agency staff with marketing their special events and projects and works collaboratively with staff to ensure that their projects align with the agency mission and goals and the overall marketing goals.  Some supervisory responsibilities.  Represent the agency as assigned.  Assist in daily operations of communications office.  Serve as director in the absence of the Communications Director.   Preserve the confidential integrity of all client, student, and employee information.

Requirements:  Formal equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in public relations, marketing, journalism, or a related field; plus six years of experience in communications and marketing, or a related field (i.e. media relations, marketing management, non-profit executive.)  Broad knowledge of and experience in providing creative direction relating to public information initiatives and in evaluating the effectiveness of such initiatives. Strong technical knowledge of and experience in web development, social media and online marketing, branding, and market research techniques and practices. Strong technical skills in photography, videography, audio systems, and audiovisual editing.  Experience in researching, writing and editing for publications, and web content. Experience in photography, video, and audio production and editing. Ability to manage special projects. Excellent written and verbal communications skills, including strong proofreading and copy editing skills. Strong interpersonal skills, and an ability to work with a variety of individuals. Experience in working with media specifically, the Freedom of Information Act, and responding on behalf of the agency.

To Apply, or for more information:



School of Law

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Position Number:  14049

Closing:  May 30

Summary:  The Major Gift Development Officer will assist with the implementation of the college’s fund-raising priorities and objectives by building donor relationships to secure philanthropic funding for the school at all levels. This position reports directly to Senior Director of Development and External Relations in the School of Law. This position will assist the development team in planning and implementing strategies to secure major gifts, and coordinate special projects for the Development Office related to alumni engagement activities, major donor research, and special events.

Description:  The Major Gift Development Officer will provide assistance with the management of the Law Alumni Society, Law Firm Challenge program, and stewardship for student scholarships. This position will identify key alumni to fill volunteer leadership roles for Reunion Weekend and manage the Reunion Class Gift Challenge program, as well as provide support to volunteers. This position will also assist the Senior Director of Development with recruitment and management of the law school’s Campaign Arkansas committee, and will provide important data to committee members, manage communication with committee members, and manage time-sensitive campaign related goals. This position will travel on behalf of the university. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree or higher from an accredited institution of higher education.  At least one year of development work or related experience.


Preferred:  Successful experience in a major giving campaign, preferably in higher education (as evidenced in application materials.)  Capital campaign experience.  Familiarity and experience working with a university campus and School of Law.

To Apply, or for more information:



KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3504

Summary:  KAIT, Raycom Media’s ABC/NBC affiliate in Jonesboro, Arkansas is looking for a full time Associate Director. This position is for our brand new, state-of-the-art HD Master Control. If you have the ability to operate computers, learn broadcast quality equipment, and the drive to run programming and spot announcements for two digital channels, this is the career choice for you!  In addition to recording and running programming, you are also responsible for operating our transmitter, camera levels during newscasts, and weather crawl system. This includes but is not limited to Switchers, Routers, Cameras and VCRs. You must be able to stand for long periods, move about quickly and able to work flexible hours and days as needed.

To Apply, or for more information:  Apply online and attach your resume and links to your work.



Arkansas Alumni Association

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Position Number: 

Closing:  June 5

Description:  The Associate Executive Director for Alumni reports directly to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Alumni and Executive Director of the Arkansas Alumni Association. The position is responsible for directing the messaging and media relations of the Association, managing alumni programming, membership, and supporting all alumni constituent groups. This position manages a team that provides quality alumni programs by coordinating relationships with the colleges and campus units, which assist in connecting members, alumni and friends and fulfill the Association’s mission through strategic programming encompassing all alumni markets.   The Associate Executive Director will develop and carry out a comprehensive communications plan with the Executive Director and Board President for the Arkansas Alumni Association that articulates its strategic vision. Contribute to the development and implementation of policies related to alumni programs and ensures all association policies are properly followed.

Requirements:  Minimum of a bachelor’s degree is required to qualify for this position.  Minimum of five years of experience (with a proven success record) within higher education or similar is required.  Minimum of two years of experience managing a unit/team.

Preferred:  Master’s degree preferred for this position and advanced degrees (in higher education, communications, public relations or business/management) are highly desirable.  Experience and a proven success record in alumni relations or advancement functions.  Experience and proven success in media relations, marketing, or related field.  Prior experience coordinating volunteers and/or supporting non-profit boards and committees.  Prior experience with the University of Arkansas or similar institution of higher education.

To Apply, or for more information:



Arkansas Business

Arkansas Business Publishing Group / Little Rock

Summary:  Position provides editorial support for Arkansas Business Journal editorial department.  Responsibilities involve conducting interviews, writing, editing and proofing articles and lists as assigned by editor. Conducting research for in-house and inquiry purposes. Managing special editorial projects assigned by editor.

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



American Heart Association / Fayetteville

Tracking Code:  4184-415

Summary:  We have an excellent opportunity for a Director of Communications in the SouthWest Affiliate. Reporting to the Senior Director of Communications, the selected candidate will serve the NW Arkansas market working with development and health strategies staff to craft and deliver strategic communications and marketing support. The Director of Communications will play a significant role in helping the Association reach our 2020 Impact Goal by delivering mission-related messaging to NW Arkansas.  Responsibilities involve working with staff and volunteers to create and execute strategic public relations campaigns and to develop communications and marketing relationships, strategies and deliverables in support of AHA fundraising efforts, educational programs, awareness campaigns, advocacy efforts and branding. This position requires travel within the NW Arkansas area to meet with media, community stakeholders and key volunteers and sponsors.

Description:  Support NW Arkansas staff and volunteer communications by serving as the strategic communications and marketing lead.  Serve as the media contact for NW Arkansas, including smaller surrounding markets, leading all media relations efforts to build awareness for master AHA/ASA and sub-brands through targeted communications activities.  Develop, lead and drive comprehensive and integrated traditional media, social media and marketing plans for the NW Arkansas market.  Collaborate with development and health strategies integration partners to help convey AHA mission-related activities.  In conjunction with the Health Equity Director, collaborate to generate outreach and communications efforts specific to multicultural audiences with an emphasis on the Native American, Hispanic/Latino and African American population.  Work with the Government Relations Director to drive communications efforts that directly impact the AHA’s public policy agenda including local, state and federal campaigns.  Engage sponsors in effective activation activities and work directly with market staff to generate solid sponsor ROI.  Attend and lead communications efforts for all key fundraising events.  Work with development partners to inject passion into events via scripting and event run-of-show.  Secure local media sponsorships for AHA events and programs.  Manage and increase social media engagement through Facebook and Twitter.  Contribute to design needs, including approving all materials to ensure alignment and adherence to AHA Branding Guidelines.  Provide volunteer and staff training and additional resources as necessary related to new and on-going AHA programs and campaigns.  Increase and steward volunteer engagement through community relations and the recruitment of leadership volunteers to help achieve revenue and mission goals.  Position requires ability to travel daily and overnight up to 10 percent.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited university in communications, public relations, journalism or related field preferred.  College coursework combined with related experience may be substituted for a degree.  Related experience may be substituted as follows: 1  years’ experience equates to  1 full time year of higher education.  Must have at least 3 years of experience in public relations communications, public relations, marketing or journalism.  This experience may also count toward satisfying the educational requirement.  Nonprofit experience preferred.  Existing media relationships in the NW Arkansas market preferred.  Solid understanding of communications planning and implementation, media relations and working within the NW Arkansas market.  Proven ability to develop and implement communications plans and to create and place stories and promotional ideas with journalists and promotions directors in print, broadcast and social media platforms.  Previous experience securing media sponsorships to provide maximum coverage.  Skill in writing and editing for a variety of audiences via numerous marketing platforms, including writing for the web and mobile, experience with AP Style preferred.  Experience in engaging communities via Social Media with metrics to support strategies (Facebook, Twitter, etc.)  Experience producing short video presentations, including script writing, shooting video and editing and/or directing external agencies on such projects.  Ability to create sponsor ROI materials.  Proficiency in Adobe Creative Suite (v5) strongly preferred.  Must have at least intermediate knowledge and skill with Microsoft Office 2013 used for word processing, email, presentations, and spreadsheets.  Advanced knowledge and skill with these programs is preferred.  These skills are subject to testing.  Must have the ability to lift at least 20 lbs. from the ground to waist level with or without reasonable accommodation.  Must be at least 18 years old.

To Apply, or for more information:



Arkansas Foundation for Medical Care / Little Rock

Req. Number:  15-038

Summary:  Responsible for the facilitation, coordination and delivery of communication deliverables to all corporate departments and clients. Collaborate with medical and professional staff to accomplish goals within designated time frames.

Description:  Understand and utilize project-tracking software to maintain accurate statistical data and assist with management of the ongoing flow of work in and out of the department by assigning resources and updating disposition notes.  Serve as liaison between designers and external printing vendors to process job requests, paying attention to required specifications.  Process daily incoming and outgoing mail for all corporate departments including receipt from and deliver to USPS, FedEx and UPS and weigh and affix appropriate postage to outgoing mail.  Maintain adequate inventory of departmental supplies for business needs. Initiate purchase order requests and maintain documentation of all transactions. Reconcile invoices through CostPoint software and monitor related budget area.  Respond to requests for information and QI tools within 3 business days of request date including customized letter/package insert, package information, address, and select proper delivery method and ship.  Prepare monthly usage and cost logs for permit and meter postage, UPS shipping, Xerox printing and paper for accounting purposes. Schedule and prepare conference room, agendas, status reports and meeting minutes for weekly team meeting and other department meetings as requested.  Communicate needs and requests to other team members regularly.  Monitor timelines and approaching deliverable dates for assigned tasks, such as conferences, educational sessions, meetings, memberships, exhibit functions, or special functions. Coordinate advertisement placements and/or editorials using approved copy. Monitor advertising budget.  Monitor budget areas as directed and provide input on budget proposal process.  Follow strategic guidelines for reviewing events and sponsorship opportunities. Submit applications, coordinate and track participation and monitor sponsorship budget.  Create and maintain resource library for department to catalog all finished products. Perform data entry, organize, file and maintain departmental records, manuals and correspondence. Follow strategic guidance to seek out and apply for award opportunities with regard to award budget. Track award submissions, results and provide reports as requested.  Work with Associate Project Manager to coordinate schedules for large project mail outs taking into consideration contract deliverables, client needs, department workload, resource/capacity constraints and vendor capabilities.   Maintain departmental storage areas and perform inventory on a semiannual basis, and/or as requested.  Order corporate stationery, exhibit name tags and other specialty items.  Conduct research and prepare reports and presentations for managerial staff and team members.  Take incoming calls and route to the proper person. Answer questions and take messages when needed. Assist with incoming requests for information. Maintain a database of all calls received and actions taken.  Assist in the review, verification, testing and editing of work produced by other staff members as directed.  Adhere to format, content and style guidelines, giving consideration to usability and ensuring accuracy, consistency and quality.  Follow AFMC, state and federal protocols regarding data confidentiality/security and HIPAA compliance.  Additional duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Associate’s degree in communications, business or related field required; Bachelor’s degree in communications, business or related field desired.  Two (2) years experience in the planning, management and delivery of successful projects.

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Arkansas Foodbank / Little Rock

Summary:  The Arkansas Foodbank is currently seeking a Community Relations Coordinator who takes an active and proactive role in building the capacity of all members, recruiting new members, and increasing Meals per Person in Poverty (MPIP) in underserved counties. Intensive regional travel is required for this position.

Description:  Conduct partner research, cultivation, enrollment, and ongoing stewardship to develop prospective partners. Review demographic and geographic data within service areas and counties to inform community capacity building efforts that address hunger.  Organize and facilitate meetings with colleges and universities to promote and assist with the development of food pantries on college campuses.  Organize and facilitate community meetings and/or participate in local civic association meetings and events to build working relationships with current and prospective partners.  Develop workshops for members that contribute to successful agency operations, coordinate and market Arkansas Foodbank University and organize and market regional member meetings.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in public service, human services, nonprofit management or community development.  At least three years Project Management experience.  Familiarity with computer operations and software, including Microsoft Word, Outlook and Excel.  At least five years’ experience in community development or nonprofit management.  Successful background preparing and making presentations.  Or, equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

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

Erika Hadley,

Human Resources Director

Attachments must be in Microsoft Word or PDF format only. Please include the job title in the email subject line.



University of Arkansas at Fort Smith / Fort Smith

ID Number:  15-21-0120

Description:  The Coordinator will serve as office manager and initial contact for the department of University Relations, which includes the Government and Community Relations and Public Information Offices. The candidate selected will work with the Public Information Director to promote and communicate the mission of the University to its target audience while also carrying out a range of duties for the Executive Director of Government and Community Relations.  Duties will include: write and disseminate news releases and related materials; create content to website and social media networks; oversee and execute various office operations, including technology, requisitions, and travel; serve as back-up with Freedom of Information Act (FOIA) matters; maintain department calendar; coordinate and oversee conference and event logistics; research, compile, and organize information to create varied reports, spreadsheets, and databases; establish and maintain electronic and paper files; oversee budgets and requisitions; track metrics from Twitter analytics and media coverage; and perform other related duties as required and/or assigned.

Requirements:  Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree with one year of experience in a journalism, public relations, or related field. Experience with video editing and/or social media is a plus.  Demands of the position require a strong journalistic writing style with knowledge of Associated Press usage; a good working knowledge of grammar, punctuation, and spelling; the ability to handle confidential information with absolute discretion; strong computer skills including MS Office; strong recordkeeping abilities; outstanding oral and written communication skills; strong problem solving, organization, and interpersonal skills; effective management skills with competing demands, delays, or unexpected events; a keen sense of initiative, accuracy, time management, and follow through; exceptional attention to detail; a proven ability to communicate well with many different constituencies; and the ability to think critically and display initiative in developing projects to advance UAFS and its mission.  Other job related education and/or experience may be substituted for part of these requirements.

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John Brown University / Siloam Springs

Summary:  The Coordinator of Grants reports to the Director of Development and is responsible for collaborating with the Director of Development for planning and implementing cultivation and solicitation strategies and writing proposals which secure grants from foundations and other funding agencies. In addition, the Coordinator provides support to the Director of Development by researching prospects, providing oversight for electronic and hard files, managing donor stewardship and assisting in post award management. This is a part time position, 20 hours weekly.

Description:  Write and send grant correspondence including proposals and related materials.  Research and analyze funding opportunities and make recommendations for next steps.  Obtain and organize proposal guidelines for identified prospects.  Manage grants activities calendar to ensure proposal and reporting deadlines are met.  Maintain electronic and hard files for accuracy and compliance.  Data entry for all Grant’s Office activities in Raiser’s Edge Database.  Create and carry out a plan for stewarding donors.  Assist with general administrative activities and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree preferably in English, Journalism, or other related field.  One year experience in non-profit development and administrative management or the equivalent.

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Oaklawn Racing & Gaming / Hot Springs

Summary:  The Digital Marketing/Graphic Design Specialist is responsible for a variety of web, print and digital marketing projects. Candidates should have experience supported by strong visualization, comfort working in teams and have excellent communication skills. Candidates should demonstrate an ability to work across a range of projects, from identity design to print collateral to online experiences, including strength in motion graphics, social media and HTML.

Description:  Creates content for various digital marketing platforms, including website, digital marquee, in-room televisions and gaming monitors – with a particular focus on motion graphics.  Identifies, gathers, develops, and manages diverse online content (graphic, image optimization, animation, and brief copywriting) along with technical requirements to produce accessible web elements on schedule and budget.  Works with IT to develop new email system that is generated and maintained in the marketing department.  Edits and uploads video content for racing and gaming products.  Researches and maintains up-to-date knowledge of marketing technologies.

Requirements:  BA/BS or equivalent degree in related course of study.  Applicants should feel comfortable throughout all phases of a project, from translating verbal ideas into visual concepts through design development and refinement to production-ready artwork.

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KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3474

Summary:  KAIT-TV is seeking a Digital Sales Manager who will aggressively grow digital revenue across all digital platforms for KAIT.

Description:  The Digital Sales Manager (DSM) will manage a dedicated team of employees, including digital sellers. The Digital Sales Manager will also coach, create buy-in and work with local Account Executives to sell digital advertising to local clients. The Digital Sales Manager is responsible for achieving the digital budget for KAIT. They will be responsible for digital campaign management and client relationship management. The candidate must be a passionate leader with a thorough strategic understanding of digital advertising and products and must also understand industry trends related to consumer marketing. The candidate must also be an effective manager, communicator, trainer, relationship builder and seller. The ideal candidate will be able to demonstrate a successful history of developing digital revenue with new and existing clients.

Requirements:  Bachelor degree required.

To Apply, or for more information:  Apply online and attach your cover letter and resume.



KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3543

Summary:  KAIT-TV is looking for an experienced, energetic newscast Director/TD. The successful candidate will work with producers to coordinate and execute fast pace, multiple live shot, graphic and animation intense newscasts.  The Director should have working knowledge of Kahuna switcher, chyron, video servers, audio and studio equipment. The winning candidate must be a strong leader who is pro-active, team player, creative, and keeps their composure during stressful situations.

To Apply, or for more information:   Apply online; submit resume and links to best work.



University of Arkansas at Little Rock / Little Rock

Position Number:  R97513

Closing:  June 15

Summary:  The Director of Sales, Marketing & Promotions is a twelve month position and will be responsible for the successful execution in planning, developing and administering all phases of the ticketing program for men’s and women’s basketball ticket sales as well as baseball, volleyball and soccer. Additionally the incumbent will be responsible for developing and cultivating prospective donors to the UALR Athletic Foundation. All duties and responsibilities are governed by state, federal and university policy.

Description:  Develop, implementand manage a comprehensive sales, marketing and promotions program for season ticket sales, group sales and individual game sales for men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball and soccer.  Develop, implement and manage an in-season sales, marketing and promotions program for group and individual ticket sales for men’s and women’s basketball, baseball, volleyball and soccer.  Responsible for meeting budgeted ticket sales projections on an annual basis.  Share supervision of department graduate assistant for sales, marketing and special events.  Serve as liaison to UALR Athletics Booster Clubs.  Develop and cultivate prospective donors to the UALR Athletic Foundation in coordination with the Director of Athletic Development.  Assist in the sale of corporate sponsorship, radio and television with the Associate Athletic Director for External Operations.  Assist with SpectacUALR Committee, Trojan Advisory Council and Lettermen’s Association as it relates to generating ticket revenue.  Engage and represent the Athletic Department at community events.  Compliance with all NCAA, Sun Belt Conference and institutional regulations.  Other duties as assigned from the Director of Athletics.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree with a minimum of two years business to business sales or fundraising experience is required.

Preferred:  Experience on a college campus is preferred.

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University Advancement

University of Arkansas at Fort Smith / Fort Smith

ID Number:  15-21-0126

Closing:  June 15

Description:  The Advancement Events Coordinator reports to the Vice Chancellor for University Advancement, with a dotted line to the Director of Alumni and the Director of Donor Relations & Annual Giving, and has overall responsibility for the planning, organization, implementation, reporting, and management of all Alumni and Foundation events under the direction of the Vice Chancellor.  Primary responsibilities will include planning, organizing, and implementing various donor- and alumni-focused events. The Coordinator will provide support to the overall objective of the UAFS Foundation in showcasing UAFS while engaging alumni, cultivating donors, and stewarding existing donors through the experience of successful events.  The Coordinator will take full responsibility for events of all size for Alumni and Development, ranging from small lunches to large donor dinners to homecoming-related events. The Coordinator will develop event budgets and manage expenses within approved budgeted levels.  Asa member of the University Advancement team, the Coordinator will foster teamwork, provide leadership, and perform other duties as required.  Some travel and evening and weekend work required.

Requirements:  Minimum qualifications include a bachelor’s degree; two or more years of work experience within a professional environment; experience in event management; proficiency with Microsoft Office; and strong communication skills.  Candidates with a master’s degree and experience in private sector fundraising, working in a non-profit organization, and using Banner or Blackbaud Raiser’s Edge are preferred.  Demands of the position require a demonstrated ability to manage multiple tasks and projects simultaneously; strong organizational skills with attention to detail; the ability to coordinate projects and events; the ability to react quickly and accurately and maintain a high level of professional conduct and courtesy in a fast-paced, dynamic environment; fantastic customer service ethics and high expectations for quality; the ability to accomplish projects with little supervision; the ability to build relationships and maintain trust and the highest standard of ethics, including the ability to keep sensitive information confidential; the ability to relate professionally and positively to vendors, the Advancement team, university staff, alumni, donors, and students and be an effective ambassador for UAFS.  Other job related education and/or experience may be substituted for part of these requirements.

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Dean’s Office, Research Administration / Dean’s Office

University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences / Little Rock

Position Number:  50058627

Closing:  May 22

Description:  The Executive Assistant II provides professional administrative support reporting to the Executive Associate Dean for Research. Coordinates activities, plans travel, maintains calendar and schedules. Assists visitors and departments with questions and problems, serves as a representative for the Executive Associate Dean in various situations, researches and composes correspondence, manages projects, researches department activities, and performs related functions.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in business, healthcare, or related field plus three (3) years administrative support experience, preferably at the executive level.  Must be proficient in MS Office applications and have exceptional writing and spelling skills. Flexibility, ability to work in a fast-paced and high-pressure environment is required.

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Teen Action Support Center / Rogers

Closing:  May 22

Summary:  The Executive Director for the Teen Action and Support Center will be responsible for the overall administration, fundraising, and marketing of the Center and its programs.  This position will be hired by the Board of Directors and report to the Chairman of the Board and a personnel sub-committee.  Salary will be commensurate with experience.

Description:  Communication – Represent the programs and accomplishments of TASC to organizations and the public.  Guide the implementation of comprehensive marketing and public relations strategies.  Paid advertisements.  Website and social media maintenance.  Media presentations and invitations.  Printed materials (brochures, etc.)  Administration –  Work with Board Chairperson to recruit and develop a viable Board of Directors.  Work with the Board of Directors for job descriptions.  Work with the Board of Directors for recommendations for staffing and salary needs.  Manage insurance best practices and standards.  Follow Federal and State guidelines for employment practices.  Staff & Programs – Work directly with the program staff.  Oversee scheduling for staff, programs, and projects.  Develop programs as part of the overall mission of TASC.  Work directly with students if needed.  Conduct weekly staff meetings.  Provide routine evaluations for staff.  Recruit and train adult volunteers and student interns – Assist in recruiting volunteers for all programs.  Recruit and schedule additional adults for service to the TASC locations.  Recruit, schedule, and utilize high school interns.  Oversee high school intern scholarships.  Finance – Serve as the chief fundraiser.  Identify, cultivate, and solicit financial opportunities (grants and charity fundraisers.)  Develop, grow, and maintain a donor base (event sponsors and individual corporate donors.)  Work with the Board of Directors and volunteers to plan and execute charity events.  (Tour De Fun Fest, All In for Teens, community fundraisers, etc.)  Budgeting – Maintain best practices for financial reporting.  Prepare and present budget and financial position of TASC.  Manage accounting and payroll, taxes, and financial reviews.

Requirements:   Bachelor’s Degree in a related field.  Marketing and Fundraising experience.  Proven track record in effective team leadership.

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

Heather Paul, Executive Director



Feed Communities / Fayetteville

Closing:  June 1

Summary:  Reporting to the Board of Directors, the Executive Director (ED) will have overall strategic and operational responsibility for Feed Communities’ staff, programs, expansion, and execution of its mission. The Executive Director will also have responsibility for fundraising and financial management. The person in this role will develop deep knowledge of food systems, core programs, operations, and business plans.

About:  Founded in 2012, Feed Communities’ mission is to alleviate hunger and increase healthy food access by cultivating sustainable food networks. We believe in justice and integrity as well as economic, social, and environmental sustainability. We are seeking an energetic and mission-driven leader with a sense of humor. Salary is commensurate with experience and education.

Description:  Leadership & Management – Ensure ongoing local programmatic excellence, rigorous program evaluation, and consistent quality of finance and administration, fundraising, communications, and systems; recommend timelines and resources needed to achieve the strategic goals.  Actively engage and energize Feed Communities volunteers, board members, event committees, alumni, partnering organizations, and funders.  Develop, maintain, and support a strong Board of Directors: serve as ex-officio of each committee, seek and build board involvement with strategic direction for ongoing local operations.  Lead, coach, develop, and retain quality staff members and ensure effective systems to regularly evaluate program components, so as to measure successes that can be effectively communicated to the board, funders, and other constituents.  Fundraising & Communications – Expand local revenue generating and fundraising activities to support existing program operations and regional expansion while simultaneously overseeing business management of Edible Ozarkansas.  Deepen and refine all aspects of communications, from web presence to external relations with the goal of creating a stronger brand.  Use external presence and relationships to garner new opportunities.  Planning & New Business – Design and oversee the regional expansion while maintaining the work of Feed Fayetteville.  Develop new partnerships and build on existing partnerships, establishing relationships with the funders, and political and community leaders at regional sites.  Be an external local presence who publishes and communicates program results with an emphasis on the successes of the local program as a model for regional and national replication.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree with 5 or more years of management experience; track record of effectively leading regionally performance- and outcomes-based organization and staff.  Unwavering commitment to quality programs and data-driven program evaluation.  Excellence in organizational management with the ability to coach staff, manage, and develop high-performance teams, set and achieve strategic objectives, and manage a budget.  Experience in managing federal funding and major gifts.  Past success working with a Board of Directors with the ability to cultivate existing board member relationships.  Strong marketing, public relations, and fundraising experience with the ability to engage a wide range of stakeholders and cultures.  Strong written and verbal communication skills; a persuasive and passionate communicator with excellent interpersonal and multidisciplinary project skills.  Ability to work effectively in collaboration with diverse groups of people.

Preferred:  Ability to point to specific examples of having developed and operationalized strategies that have taken an organization to the next stage of growth.  Knowledge of or willingness to learn the business of publishing a quarterly magazine.  Knowledge of Northwest Arkansas community in general as well as the nonprofit and corporate communities specifically.  Action-oriented, entrepreneurial, adaptable, and innovative approach to business planning.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send resume and cover letter by email attachment to:



KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3501

Summary:  KAIT-TV is seeking a full-time Executive Producer, with exceptional showcasing, strong writing, and great organizational skills for our top rated morning show. We are looking for a leader with a vision, someone who can create fast paced content for a morning show audience, and execute our strong brand across platforms both on-air and online.

Description:  Responsibilities require working with show producers, staff, and managers to create and produce quality content for all platforms. Must have a proven record on reacting to breaking news; story showcasing, and must lead by example. Executive Producer must be willing to fill-in and line-produce.


Requirements:  Ideal candidates must have two-to-four (2-4) years experience newscast producing and some management experience is preferred.

To Apply, or for more information:  Apply on line with links to your work.–producer/job



Sentinel-Record / Hot Springs

Summary:  The Sentinel-Record in Hot Springs seeks an experienced leader who is innovative and results-oriented. He or she will manage all the operations of this seven-day a week newspaper.  This individual must possess exceptional leadership, marketing and communication skills as well as be dedicated to growing all aspects of a profitable newspaper. The ability to think strategically and work with managers to develop and execute plans is essential. We are looking for a proven leader with excellent organizational, financial and management skills. Community involvement is also necessary and encouraged.  Ideal candidates will have experience as a general manager or advertising sales leader of a newspaper.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send resume and salary requirements to:

Terri Leifeste, Publisher



Arkansas Rice Depot / Little Rock

Summary:  The Gift Officer oversees securing food and fund donations, as well as identifying new funding opportunities for the Arkansas Rice Depot by calling upon individuals, foundations and corporations (food manufacturers, distributors, wholesalers, and retailers). This position is responsible for increasing local food donations by identifying new donors, working with established donors, and cultivating lapsed donors.  The Gift Officer is a member of the development team and works in collaboration with program department staff and other senior staff to achieve the fundraising goals of the organization.


Description:  Identifies prospective Arkansas Rice Depot financial donors, food donors, and research partnership opportunities.  Develops a yearly work plan for identifying funding and food acquisition opportunities.  Establishes and maintains long-term, productive, relationships with both financial and in-kind donors. Maintains timely and appropriate donor recognition communications.  Routinely communicates to key donor contacts through telephone, e-mail and scheduled visits throughout Arkansas.  Develops existing resources (food and fund donors) to their fullest potential. Routinely evaluates donation levels of individual, foundation, and corporate donors to assess benefit.  Identifies funding opportunities specific to event sponsorship and cause-related marketing.  Maintains donor tracking system including timely documentation of contacts.  Routinely runs donor reports for tracking trends and volume, and donor acknowledgements. Generates monthly reports regarding product receipt, donations, costs, and other food sourcing projects.  Represents the organization professionally, maintains positive public relations and exceptional customer service.  Assists with media events and other activities as needed.  Maintains strict confidentiality recognizing that all constituent (donors, prospects and volunteers) information is the property of Arkansas Rice Depot.  Represents the organization professionally; maintains positive public relations and exceptional customer service.  Models the Arkansas Rice Depot values and acts in an exemplary fashion when conducting business on behalf of Arkansas Rice Depot.  Performs other duties and responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in related field and a minimum of five years fundraising/non-profit work experience or equivalent combination.  Proficient in internet research/navigation, Microsoft Office suite and database management.  Excellent presentation and communications skills.  Strong written, analytical, and organizational skills.   Ability to manage several projects simultaneously while meeting deadlines.  Ability to travel. Must have valid driver’s license.  Must pass MVR check.  Ability to workindependently with limited supervision.

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

Brandi Johnston,

DIrector of Development



American Heart Association / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  4117-415

Summary:  The American Heart Association (AHA) has an excellent opportunity for a Government Relations Director, Arkansas in our SouthWest Affiliate office located in Little Rock, Arkansas.  The SouthWest Affiliate Government Relations Director, Arkansas is responsible for executing strategic plans for issue based policy campaigns across the state of Arkansas. In particular, he or she serves as the lead for stakeholder and decision maker relationship building with a portfolio focus on AHA public policy issues, such as obesity prevention, tobacco control, and systems of care. He or she is a skilled organizer with experience in volunteer engagement, coalition building, and campaign planning, as well as having a strong interest in public health policy. He or she is the staff lobbyist with a state policy focus and reports to the Vice-President of Advocacy. The Government Relations Director, Arkansas must reside in the Little Rock area.

Description:  Campaign Management – Serve as lead campaign manager for several issue based policy campaigns.  Manage all aspects of portfolio’s strategic campaign plans, including budget, media and grassroots strategy.  Oversee execution of portfolio’s grassroots tactics in conjunction with the Grassroots Director.  Serve as campaign liaison to several statewide and national partner organizations.  He or she will also work in conjunction with the Arkansas Local Policy Initiatives team to ensure seamless coordination with all Arkansas based policy campaigns.  This person will adhere to American Heart Association policies and reporting for lobbying, advocacy, ethics reporting, as well as campaign guidelines.  He or she will successfully pass statewide policies that further the mission of the American Heart Association and defeat those that would hinder our mission.  He or she will generate all reports necessary to update the American Heart Association and its partners on the status of issue based policy campaigns.  Stakeholder & Community Engagement – Cultivate relationships with stakeholders and community organizations.  Recruit local community and civic leaders, as well as members of priority populations to participate in state policy campaigns.  Work with field staff and coalition members to identify new opportunities to collaborate with state departments and agencies, public health officials, business leaders, universities, community-based organizations to promote campaign’s goals.  Identify strategic alliances throughout the state of Arkansas and create synergetic relationships with them.  Serve as the American Heart Association’s liaison to existing coalitions and community partnerships.  This person will lead efforts to engage portfolio’s stakeholders, coalition members and volunteers working in coordination with the AR State Advocacy team.  He or she will successfully sustain coalitions that furthers the mission and policy agenda of the American Heart Association.  Other duties and responsibilities as assigned by the Vice President of Advocacy.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s in Political Science, Communications, Public Affairs or related degree preferred.  Minimum of 5 years work experience in government relations or a related field.  Minimum of 3 years of volunteer management experience.  Ability to travel at least 25% of work time across Arkansas.  Experience with strategic campaign planning practices, preference for training in the Midwest Academy model.  Experience with key leaders, state and local government processes, community groups and influencers.  Experience with coalition development and management.  Experience managing group and individual dynamics.  Experience persuading and motivating stakeholders.  Ability to function independently with minimal supervision.  High attention to detail.  Multi-tasking ability and the proven ability to meet deadlines on a consistent basis.  Ability to work in a team environment and interact with all levels of American Heart Association staff, volunteers and the public.  Proven experience and willingness to work in an atmosphere requiring flexibility and change.  Ability to transport materials and other supplies to and from meetings and events.  Ability to work in a fast-paced environment and, as needed, outside standard business hours.  Ability to work evenings/weekends and travel when necessary.  Expertise in creating documents in MS Office Suite.  Must pass Criminal, Credit and DMV background checks.

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Pulaski County Special School District / Little Rock

Posting ID:  POS20150518000002

Closing:  June 1

Summary:  Monitor overall implementation of Department of Defense Education Activity (DoDEA) grant, complete reports as required, manage grant budget, order materials to support grant program, complete acquisitions for funding resources and reimbursements from grant allocations.

Description:  Submit all necessary documentation for grants.  Review and monitor information regarding available grants.  Coordinate and ensure the submittal of all pre and post documentation as necessary in a timely manner.   Maintain grant oversight by recording the status of grant, forecasting and tracking grant and program budget.  Assist in the creation of program budgets and budget modifications.  Track incoming grants by program, write proposals and concept papers, write mid-term and final reports to funders (DoDEA.)  Maintain and compile supporting grant materials in accordance to funding guidelines.  Communicate with funders when appropriate.  Monitor and maintain programmatic performance for each grant funded program.  Implement the PCSSD Desegregation Plan.  Work collaboratively with Grant Evaluator, Building Administrators, Literacy Facilitators, and Read 180 Classroom Teachers.  Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Degree or Equivalent Experience.  Two years of related experience and/or proven track record in grant writing.  Excellent written and verbal communication skills, be proficient in research, interpreting, and analyzing diverse data.

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UA Wintrop Rockefeller Institute / Morrilton

Description:  Assist with conceptualization and production of printed materials and web-based projects for a wide range of audiences;  organization of images and design files; ensure proper inventory of printing materials (papers, toner, card stock, etc.); assist with completion of printed projects (stuffing envelopes, folding, copying, etc.); attend meetings for Creative Director as needed; assist with research of project specific graphic design tools (photos, fonts, layouts, etc.); assist with still-photo assignments; assist with updates to website and social media.

Requirements:  Completion of Graphic Design or related college coursework.  One-to-two (1-2) years of previous graphic design experience.  Proficient knowledge of Adobe Creative Suite, Microsoft Office Suite, MailChimp, etc.  Proficient knowledge of various printing tools and equipment.  Excellent team-minded attitude.  Excellent organization skills.  Professional verbal and written communication skills.  Reliable transportation to and from Petit Jean mountain.  Flexible work schedule availability.

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University Relations

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Position Number:  4236

Closing:  May 21

Description:  The graphic designer strengthens the University Relations’ team responsible for supporting strategic objectives through the creation of print materials. This position reports to the Manager of Design and Photography, and provides creative & consultative design services to University Relations and the colleges, schools and administrative units of the University as they relate to the total visual image of the University of Arkansas.  The basic responsibilities of the Graphic Designer are always guided by the strategic objectives of University Relations, the Division of Advancement and the University of Arkansas.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree or higher in graphic design, communications or related field.  One year experience in graphic design and/or communications.  Professional experience in journalism, public relations, writing and editing, marketing and/or related fields.

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KNWA / Fayetteville

Summary:  KNWA-TV, an NBC affiliate, is looking for a main anchor. The right person will exude personality, intelligence and credibility both on and off camera. The job is high-profile both through community involvement and multi-media exposure. Applicants should have at least three years of on-air anchoring experience, two years of reporting experience, in-depth knowledge of on-line reporting, strong social media skills, a sense of urgency, solid news judgment, a positive attitude and a team oriented nature. A college degree is preferred, along with knowledge of Avid`s iNews system, Avid Newscutter, social networking and community relations.

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

Brook Thomas, News Director



WIldwood Park for the Arts / Little Rock

Description:  Identify, cultivate and solicit major gifts prospects.  Provide campaign and initiative analysis reports for major gifts.  Cultivate and present written and verbal proposals to individual, corporate and foundation prospects.  Work with board members and senior management in planning and meetings with prospects.  Perform other related duties incidental to the work described herein or as assigned by senior management, including travel when necessary.  Position reports to executive director.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in related field.  Three-to-five (3-5) years of progressive fundraising experience in a related organization with a proven track record in major gifts.

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

Leslie Golden, Executive Director



Nabholz Construction / Rogers

Summary:  Due to our continued growth, Nabholz Construction is searching for a an energetic and creative person to join the marketing team for our Midwest Operations located in Rogers, AR.

Description:  Become completely familiar with and thoroughly understand every element of the customer’s proposal request and formulate our team’s approach to developing our response.  Providing technical writing, and editing to creatively communicate technical matters in an easy to understand language.  Be the marketing lead person on individual project pursuit teams with responsibility to produce pre-qualification materials, proposals and presentation materials along with writing or developing key sections of proposals while coordinating the development of remaining sections that will be created by others.  Production coordination, document management, and content development on client reports or proposal documentation.  Creating, accumulating and maintaining proposal resource materials. This includes project profiles, resumes, photos, and general company narratives including safety, environmental, quality management, project management, schedule, public involvement, field operations and community relations for SOQ and proposal use.  Play a key role as a team member in planning, organizing, coordinating, and implementing strategy for marketing and business development efforts including proposals, interviews, and project award submittals.  Researching, developing, writing, editing, and proofreading content for proposals, presentations, resumes, project descriptions, and related marketing materials of a complex nature.  Applying creativity/strategic insight while participating in brainstorming, storyboarding, and other strategy development sessions.  Utilizing corporate standards for your work while working creatively to present unique points to make us stand out when compared to our competitors.  Troubleshooting existing business development and proposal processes and systems to make improvements where possible.  Updating and maintaining project information in the corporate document management system.  Ensuring that marketing and visual presentation information and files are maintained and up-to-date.  Social media updates.  Formal and informal letter writing.  Being actively involved in the Nabholz marketing group by participating on task forces and committees, as available.  Developing business development, marketing, facilitation, and writing skills through internal and external training sources and associations (SMPS, WTS, APMP or other related society) membership and committee involvement.  Provides overall management of each individual pursuit design and production process with responsibility for quality, scheduling and on-time delivery.  Works with the Business Development Manager to help develop and craft best in class messages, layouts and presentations of Nabholz themes, win strategies, ideas, skills and capabilities.  Represents the marketing/proposal group as the subject matter expert and collaborates with other internal stakeholders to educate and share industry best practices.  Attending evening functions, board meetings, and civic events outside normal business hours as required.

Requirements:  Bachelor‘s degree required (Graphic Design, Journalism, Marketing, English, Communications, or related area of study is preferred.)  Significant work experience may be considered in lieu of a degree.  Prefer five or more years of experience developing technical or marketing proposals or client deliverables for the A/E/C Industry.  Strong research skills, and the ability to transform findings into meaningful strategy and proposal response.  Excellent command of grammar, the AP Style Manual, and spelling. Must have a strong working knowledge of InDesign, Word, Prezi, and PowerPoint; Experience with Keynote is preferred.  Must be able to follow work processes, maintain close attention to detail, and meet schedules under strict deadlines.  Understanding of the Architectural / Engineering / Construction industries a plus.  Formal meeting facilitation experience (preferred.)

Skills:  You must have creativity to develop a fresh approach to “present” our company to others but working within our corporate standards, look and feel.  Working well within a team is critical; there will be last minute changes, tight timelines and multiple activities happening at the same time.  Social presence and persuasiveness; we want you to feel comfortable meeting with all personality types, enjoying the process of working as a team while contributing individually.  Internal and external customer care is a key talent that must come naturally for you.  Superior problem solving/problem prevention through forward looking, pro-active efforts.

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STIHL Southwest / Malvern

Summary:  Join our sales and advertising teams in developing advertising, sales and communications materials for our customers (retailers of STIHL outdoor power equipment) in four states. Assist in wide range of marketing support activities including advertising, promotional materials and sales/advertising analysis. You’ll do a wide variety of things such as writing and designing sales flyers, writing email content, managing budget spreadsheets and analyzing sales results. Requires excellent writing skills, good analytical ability and proficiency with Excel, Word, etc. Experience is not required but good writing and analytical skills are absolutely necessary.

Requirements:  Advertising/marketing/sales experience is not required but you must have strong skills in writing/grammar, and you must be able to analyze sales and budget results. You must be proficient in the use of Excel and able to develop and maintain accurate spreadsheets that typically evaluate sales results or budgets. While not required, experience with Publisher or InDesign would be plus. Advanced Excel skills would also be a plus. Knowledge of digital and/or social marketing would also be positive.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send resume, salary requirements and letter detailing your applicable skills and experience to:



Centennial Bank / Conway

Closing:  May 29


Summary:  Design the look and feel of graphic elements used in advertising, sales, web-site creation, and printed pieces throughout the company. Work on social media and how it relates to our company. Assist the Marketing Director with various marketing functions such as mailings, research, and other tasks as needed, while abiding by all compliance regulations.

Description:  Create and/or oversee marketing creative for ads, campaigns and special events. This duty is performed daily, about 80% of the time.  Collaborate with departments on concepts for campaigns and promotions. This duty is performed daily, about 30% of the time.  Assist the Marketing Director with various marketing functions such as mailings, research and other correspondence as needed. This duty is performed daily, about 5% of the time.  Create, design and write copy for ads, annual report, signage, and other promotions. This duty is performed daily, about 50% of the time.   Assist with maintenance and design of Intranet Content. This duty is performed weekly, about 20% of the time.  Assist with maintenance and design of all social media including Facebook and Twitter. This duty is performed weekly, about 25% of the time.  Assist with the creative process by initiating ideas. This duty is performed daily, about 30% of the time.  Manage the bank’s web-site by making necessary updates. This duty is performed weekly, about 20% of the time.  Working with bank’s web vendor to establish future web growth and search engine optimization. This duty is performed monthly, about 10% of the time.  Perform any other related duties as required or assigned. This duty is performed weekly, about 15% of the time.  Complete required BSA/AML training and other compliance training as assigned. This duty is performed annually, about 10% of the time.  Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.

Requirements:  Equivalent to a four year college degree, plus 2 years related experience and/or training.  Broad knowledge of such fields as accounting, marketing, business administration, finance, etc. Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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John Brown University / Siloam Springs

Summary:  The Media Producer is responsible for directing and developing the video content for JBU’s website and other marketing purposes. The Media Producer, with the Director of University Communication, is also responsible for producing JBU’s web-based video channel content. As a part of the University Communications team, the Media Producer is a key part of the creative process, providing input for the various communication campaigns and other efforts coordinated by University Communications.

Description:   Directs and develops rich media content for JBU’s website — this may include scriptwriting, editing, shooting, lighting, etc. — from concept to deliverables.  Supervises work-study students and other part-time staff assigned to assist in video production and other UC projects.  Directs and/or supervises independent contractors hired to assist with media projects.  Produces and programs JBU’s web-based video channel content.  Regularly collaborates with other UC team members on development of website services to the university, shared projects, and overall web strategies.  Collaborates with the UC team on cross-discipline communication projects.  As a part of the creative process, provides input and feedback on creative work by other members of the UC team.  Creates or supervises the creation of videos for non-Web university projects.  Creates and manages video production workflow for UC video projects.  Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in related field is required.  Proven experience interpreting project goals and translating them into functional web media.  Experience in video production, including camera operation, location and set management, audio and lighting.  Experience in video deployment on the web (Including understanding of: embedding, compression, progressive downloading, streaming and codecs.)  Proficiency in industry standard video editing and related software, including Final Cut Pro and Adobe Creative Suite.  Able to work in a team environment to meet objectives.  Ability to use CG applications like AfterEffects and Motion.  Ability to effectively manage time, schedules and projects.  Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of people.

Preferred:  Basic familiarity with HTML and CSS with willingness to learn more.  Experience in sound design.  Experience in digital photography.

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KWCK-FM / Searcy

Summary:  KWCK 99.9 FM – the heritage station in Searcy – seeks talented country music morning personality. We require someone with a minimum of three years of country music on-air experience.  The successful applicant will work 6 a.m. until noon on air, be responsible for voice tracking another shift on a company stations and will be expected to help with remotes, production and other normal duties in our four station cluster.

To Apply, or for more information:   Send resume with mp3 of your work to:

Mike Horne, Chief Operating Officer



KTHV 11 / Little Rock

Req. Number:  57721

Summary:  KTHV, the Gannett-owned CBS affiliate in Little Rock, Arkansas, is looking for a team-oriented Multi-Media Journalist who is serious about their career. If you seek near-constant constructive feedback, please apply. If you need help writing compelling anchor lead-ins, please apply. If your reporting portfolio is lacking live shot experience, please apply. If you understand the power of a good Tweet, please apply. You will be surrounded by a newsroom of 50 others who work together each day to create the best content in town. You will be expected to bring “real” story ideas to each editorial meeting. You will be expected to break stories. You will be expected to try new things, to really step out. In return, we will make you the reporter you always wanted to be. If your desire is to move up to a larger market, Gannett owns properties all over and you will be in the pipeline. In the past year, a handful of our reporters have moved up to top 30 markets. Please get me your recent reporting reel and of course include your resume.

Description:  Live reporting.  Video photography & non-linear editing.  Understanding of all social elements.  Able to work with an energetic multimedia team.  Generate and suggest compelling stories every day.  Write, produce, update stories for all platforms, including written and visual content.

Requirements:  Degree in Journalism or related field.  One-to-two (1-2) years experience preferred.  Valid driver’s license and good driving record is required.

To Apply, or for more information:  Submit resume with reference and video of your work via web link or DVD.



KATV 7 / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  3586

Summary:  KATV has a job opening for a creative and dedicated full-time News Photographer.

Description:  We are seeking someone who can see beyond the lens and bring back compelling stories. You will cover day to day general, in-depth, features, and investigative assignments. We are shooting full HD on media cards and editing on desktops and laptops. Responsibilities will involve editing, shooting general assignment stories, live shots and natural sound packages.

Requirements:   Must be an aggressive team-player who can produce good stories under tight deadlines.  Should have strong editing skills in non-linear edit systems, have and maintain a valid driver’s license and a good driving record, possess excellent people skills, a strong work ethic, and a great attitude. A passion for story telling is absolutely essential in this position.  Should have two years of ENG experience with a network affiliate news organization.  Must be able to operate ENG news vehicles, have at least one year of shooting experience, and technical knowledge of editing and photo equipment.  Must be able to lift and carry between 25 and 50 pounds on a regular basis.

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KNWA – KFTA / Fayetteville

Summary:  If you are a seasoned-in-the-field-dyed-in-the-wool-self-proclaimed-news-junkie-web-savvy kind of person – we want you on our Reporter Team.  KNWA/KFTA is the NBC/Fox affiliate for Northwest Arkansas and we’ve got a great newsroom in a great market. What we need is a capable storyteller who understands the importance of web, dominates social media, sees the angles, knows how to work contacts, enterprises, one-man-bands and actually enjoys the hectic pace of a newsroom. If your bag of tools also includes knowledge of Avid`s iNews system and Avid Newscutter, a positive attitude and a sense of urgency – then throw your name in this hat!

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

Brook Thomas, News Director



Arkansas Children’s Hospital / Little Rock

Posting Number:  3015945

Summary:  The Patient Experience Marketing Specialist reports to the Manager of Brand/Consumer Marketing and supports the development and maintenance of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and database marketing campaigns for the ACH Marketing & Communications team. This role supports the Manager of Brand/Consumer Marketing by working closely with the Manager of Digital Services and web/digital marketing firm to assist in developing and implementing marketing campaign strategy and segmentation. In addition, the Specialist creates reports that accurately track the effectiveness of marketing campaigns and lead to insights that drive future program strategy. This position is responsible for leading patient/visitor experience research, determining wayfinding best practices from peer hospital market research, and development and implementation of ACH’s dynamic, engaging, interactive and welcoming wayfinding experience for visitors to increase patient satisfaction and brand loyalty. Includes ongoing measurement of wayfinding experience effectiveness and recommendation for and integration of innovative technologies for continued quality enhancement, improved patient satisfaction, and accentuating strategic communication of ACH safety initiatives across the organization.

Description:   Develops and maintains Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and database marketing campaigns – Works with Marketing & Communications team and key stakeholders to lead research, development and implementation of Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and database marketing campaigns.  Contracts with vendors to gather, maintain and refine segmented e-mail customer database that meets the criteria for marketing identified service line products and services.  Collaborates with Physician/Service Line Specialist in developing and implementing microwebsite marketing campaigns based on identified growth strategy and designed to appeal to a specific need (condition/treatment) in the marketplace.  Develops, measures and analyzes continuous patient dialogue/feedback throughout the span of the microwebsite marketing campaign.  Collaborates with Manager, Digital Services and ACH website vendor in maintaining databases associated with capturing and maintaining content from online forms.  Makes recommendations for patient experience and process improvements based on analysis of outcomes of microwebsite marketing campaign.  Collaborates with Manager, Digital Services in developing, launching and analyzing consumer surveys.  Tracks and reports on effectiveness of marketing campaigns – Develops and maintains relationships with ACH clinics to help on-site monitoring, tracking and analysis of microwebsite marketing leads throughout all interactions associated with their ACH patient experience.  Researches and makes recommendations on vendor products and services that will improve ACH marketing efforts and reporting of marketing campaign effectiveness. Creates monthly/quarterly patient conversion report to track effectiveness of marketing campaigns with web analytics, microwebsite database, and ACH clinic data resources.  Develops quarterly report that provides insights from marketing research, patient and physician satisfaction surveys, and other resources that will lead to insights that drive future program strategy.  Leads on-site patient/visitor experience research and development of best-in-class solution from web to campus entrance to clinic destination and all points in between – Engages hospital team members, patients, families and visitors to better understand the challenges and needs to communicate navigating the hospital campus through use of sight, sound and touch, with emphasis on interactivity, immediacy, and efficiency.  Researches and determines “best practices” in wayfinding/visitor experience from peer hospital research. Researches vendor solutions and collaborates with Manager, Brand/Consumer Marketing to develop an RFP for contracting an agency specializing in dynamic and interactive wayfinding services. Develops internal wayfinding task group of key stakeholders to review and approve wayfinding agency progress.  Collaborates with agency and research firm to gauge effectiveness of wayfinding solutions. Executes wayfinding program and uses research tools to measure effectiveness of wayfinding program and impact on patient satisfaction and brand loyalty.  Generates special hospital ‘intercept’ surveys as needed to measure ACH strategic messaging, safety initiatives, and overall ongoing fine tuning of the solution. Provides quarterly reports on the wayfinding experience and shares ‘best-in-class’ business case template for other hospital solutions.  Maintains/updates campus maps as part of patient wayfinding experience.  Serves as hospital spokesperson and media contact when on call – Takes 24-hour PR call and carries PR beeper on a rotation basis.  Uses judgment based on knowledge of hospital and ACH policy to respond to media inquiries.  Answers all media inquiries as soon as possible after inquiry is received.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from four-year college or university in business, marketing or a related field.  Three (3) years total experience required in CRM, database marketing and marketing analytics.

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KHBS – KHOG / Rogers

Job ID:  623

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 vision with 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.

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KNWA – KFTA / Fayetteville

Summary:  KNWA-TV / KFTA-TV, NBC and FOX affiliates, are looking for an innovative, upbeat individual to join our team. We currently need a production crew member to handle the various elements of live broadcast. Qualified candidates have a “get-it-done“ positive attitude, and a sense of urgency.

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

Brook Thomas, News Director



UA Winthrop Rockefeller Institute / Morrilton

Description:  Design and implement community and economic development programs, and civic engagement programs relevant to the WRI mission.  Organize and provide oversight for all aspects of program coordination, including but not limited to, development of community and UA System partner relationships, budget management, and implementation and evaluation of programs in a non-profit environment.  Develop and maintain an up- to-date understanding of current events in Arkansas and in the University of Arkansas System, especially as they relate to WRI’s program emphasis.  Display professional, relatable interpersonal skills while communicating and building relationships with diverse populations.  Conduct presentations to groups of people both internally and externally.  Write and compose various forms of professional reports, web posts, articles, correspondence and other written communication.

Requirements:  Minimum requirements include a Bachelor’s degree, one-to-three (1-3) years of non-profit programs or related work-experience and proven written and verbal communication skills.

Preferred:  Preferred requirements include a Master’s degree and 3-5 years of non-profit or related work experience in the development and implementation of civic engagement programs, and community and economic development programs.  Additional preferred requirements include prior work experience in: non-profit fundraising (private sector, grants, foundations, sponsorships); budget management; public speaking and presentation; proven ability to work, communicate and build relationships with diverse populations; detail-minded and excellent communication skills in speech and writing.

To Apply, or for more information:       (search “Employment Opportunities”)



KATV 7 / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  3602

Summary:  KATV has an immediate opening for a full-time Promotions Producer.  This is not an entry level position.


Description:  The ideal candidate for this position must be able to write, shoot, and edit promos while managing tight daily deadlines.  Responsibilities include producing daily news topical promos, tagging syndicated promos, and assisting with station sponsored events.

Requirements:  At least two years of news promotion, and/or news producing experience is necessary as well as proficiency with Adobe Premiere and experience shooting with professional video cameras. Excellent verbal, written and organizational skills are a must.

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KARK 4 – KLRT 16 / Little Rock

Summary:  The Reporter collects, analyzes and presents facts about newsworthy events by interview, investigation or observation for all platforms in a manner that is clear, engaging and meaningful to news consumers.

Description:  Reports news stories for broadcast, describing the background and details of events.  Arranges interviews with people who can provide information about stories.  Reviews copy and corrects errors in content, grammar and punctuation, following prescribed editorial style and formatting guidelines.  Reviews and evaluates notes taken about event aspects in order to isolate pertinent facts and details.  Determines a story’s emphasis, length and format, and organizes material accordingly.  Researches and analyzes background information related to news stories in order to be able to provide complete and accurate information.  Gathers information about events through research, interviews, experience or attendance at political, news, sports, artistic, social or other functions.  Pitches stories to news managers and news producers which are relevant to the local community.  Receives assignments and evaluates leads and tips to develop story ideas.  Discusses issues with producers and/or news managers to establish priorities or positions.  Checks reference materials such as books, news files or public records to obtain relevant facts.  Revises work to meet editorial approval or to fit time requirements.  Shoots and edits news events and news reports.  Produces and presents reports for all platforms.  Ensures that all content meets company standards for journalistic integrity and production quality.  Writes stories for the web and other eMedia platforms.  Interacts with viewers/users on social media sites.  Performs special projects and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Broadcast Journalism, or a related field, or an equivalent combination of education and work related experience.  Fluency in English.  Excellent communication skills, both oral and written with the ability to ad lib when required.  Minimum three years’ experience in news reporting.  Superior on-air presence.  Proficiency with computers, telephones, copiers, scanners, fax machines and other office equipment.  Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize assignments and handle multiple tasks simultaneously.  Valid driver’s license with a good driving record.  Flexibility to work any shift.

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / Bentonville

Summary:  This position is located in the Education Department and reports to the Director of Education and Research in Learning. The primary purpose of this position is to facilitate planning for impact and to evaluate education programs and exhibition engagement to ensure that they are accessible, relevant, and impactful.

Abstract:  With input from education and exhibition staff, the incumbent plans, develops, and executes evaluations, analyzes data, and reports on findings to colleagues and directors. Using the findings from the data and analysis, the incumbent collaborates with education and exhibition staff to incorporate evaluation results into iterative planning, as well as to align practices and resources to strengthen programs.  The position is critical to assessing the impact and value of education programs and exhibitions and interpretation at Crystal Bridges to ensure that audiences both onsite and offsite are having experiences of the highest quality. The scope encompasses all education programs and exhibition interpretation, including publications, workshops, guided tours, and the website. Results and documentation will inform funding proposals and reports as well as the strategic direction of the Art and Education Branch and allocation of resources.  Through planning and evaluation, the Research and Evaluation Coordinator is responsible for helping the Museum achieve its mission of welcoming all to celebrate in the American spirit by evaluating educational programs and exhibitions to ensure they are accessible, relevant, and impactful.

Description:  Use diverse qualitative and quantitative data collection methods which may include audience observations, interviews, and timing and tracking, where audiences are timed and tracked by data collectors as they move through a space such as an exhibition or interactive learning environment.  Develop surveys including creation and validation of scales.  Develop an evaluation plan for educational programs and exhibitions.  Identify measurable indicators of success for programs and exhibitions.  Assist others in the design and implementation of evaluations.  Implement research design.  Train and supervise data collectors which may be education and exhibition colleagues, volunteers, interns or contractors.  Gather and  analyze data.  Synthesize results into non-technical language for colleagues and  directors.  Make recommendations to improve programs and align resources.

Requirements:  Bachelor of arts/sciences preferred with a major in social sciences such as sociology and psychology.  (Masters of arts/sciences preferred.)  Two years work experience in a museum or cultural setting developing and implementing visitor studies evaluations.  Equivalent combination of relevant education and/or experience will satisfy the minimum requirements.

Note:  While this position informs internal decisions, the incumbent will also have interest and experience in publication and presentations for the wider museum and social science field.

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Little Rock Convention & Visitors Bureau

City of Little Rock / Little Rock

Salary:  $46,997 – $59,921 (entry)

Closing:  June 5

Summary:  Promote Little Rock as the ideal business and pleasure destination to the state, regional, national and international marketplace and positively impact the Little Rock economy through meetings, conventions and tourism visitors for the Little Rock Convention and Visitors Bureau (LRCVB.)

Description:  Directs and manages an assigned individual sales territory and/or market segment to achieve clearly defined performance goals and objectives. Responsible for identifying potential business within an individual sales territory and/or market segment to generate detailed, accurate and qualified leads and follow-up as necessary to ensure customer needs are met, confirm business and achieve definite room night performance measurement expectations. Serves as primary LRCVB representative by attending and participating in industry related meetings, conventions, conferences, trade-shows and promotional events; conducts sales presentations to generate leads and definite room night business to the destination. Submits accurate and timely reports as directed by the Vice President of Sales and Services including expense, pre/post trip, production, action plans, sales call plans and detailed account information. Prepares customized bid proposals and conducts bid presentations, develop and implement strategic sales activities, marketing initiatives and industry events; coordinates customer events, presentations, FAM trips and site inspections to/from assigned territory and/or market segment. Presents accurate information to potential customers regarding all LRCVB managed facilities including booking policies, meeting facilities rental, and capacities, features and conducts tours of facilities. Maintains an accurate working knowledge of all hotels, attractions and services, both public and private, available in the area; develops and maintains a close working relationship with personnel from such facilities. Serves as primary liaison between the LRCVB and assigned customer accounts to build State, Regional and National visibility and awareness within the industry. Provides lead working supervision to assigned personnel. Researches and compiles information on assigned territory and/or market segment and contributes to the development of account strategies and the LRCVB strategic sales and marketing plan. Manages and researches all territory and/or market segment accounts for the development and implementation of an effective prospecting process to qualify existing and identify new accounts. Strategically plans and conducts site inspections to address the specific needs of each customer while highlighting area hotels, facilities, attractions and community. Diligently researches availability and uses all available resources to present compatible facilities and competitive rates; maintains consistent and timely response to all inquiries and probes to identify alternative and offer acceptable alternatives. Participates in and serves as the primary representative of the city and LRCVB at industry conferences, trade shows and exhibits to promote the area as a convention destination. Administers database sales software per LRCVB standards; produces and submits all market booking reports for statistics and convention calendar. Participates in meetings, events, and activities, both internally and externally, as assigned. Serves as a primary Ambassador for the city including welcoming visitors, consistently checking on events to ensure all needs are met and further develop professional relationships and repeat business. Consistently communicate with all LRCVB Departments to ensure organizational awareness of events occurring in Little Rock; maintains event information in LRCVB account management system. Compiles data of sales and marketing production results and activities; prepares narrative and statistical correspondence, reports, and presentations. Interacts with LRCVB staff, industry partners, clients and the general public in a courteous, cooperative, and professional manner. Operates a personal computer system with Internet, spreadsheet and word processing software and maintains computer files, records of correspondence, traces, projects, and other related materials and information. Operates an automobile in the performance of essential job functions.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration, Marketing, Communications, Advertising, or a related area, and a minimum of four (4) years of demonstrated sales experience preferably in the hospitality/tourism industry or a related area.. Equivalent combinations of education and experience will be considered.

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / Bentonville

Summary:  This position is an integral part of a collaborative, donor-centered fundraising team securing major gifts to support the Museum’s mission. The Senior Development Officer is responsible for the identification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship of donors and sponsors. He/she will maintain accountability standards to donors and ensures compliance with the code of ethical principles and standards of professional conduct for fundraising executives.

Description:  Identify, cultivate, solicit, and steward philanthropic support by developing and maintaining philanthropic relationships. Maintain an active portfolio of donors and sponsors.  Collaborate with development team to create, implement, and evaluate strategic plans for fundraising priorities.  Ensure development is carried out in keeping with the organization’s culture, values, mission, vision, and plans.  Support fundraising strategies and activities to ensure proper acknowledgement, recognition, and stewardship of donors; participate in the development of solicitation materials, proposals, gift agreements, and related correspondence; work in collaboration to prepare reports and prospect research materials.  Serve as a representative of the Museum by hosting special guests; making public presentations, and participating in other community activities.  Participate in special projects and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher learning.  Working knowledge of generally accepted office management procedures and practices.  Proven record of professional ethics related to the practice of private gift fundraising.  Highest ethics as they relate to all aspects of museum practices.  Enthusiasm about being a member of a team in a major art museum with a strong guest-centered community dynamic.  Ability to understand and maintain high level of confidentiality.  Flexible and helpful; willingness to travel and work irregular hours including evening and weekend.

Preferred:  Minimum of three years direct major gift development experience preferred.

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Mahmood Ahmad, MD

United Pain Care / Sherwood

Summary:  Full-time technical writer needed Immediately.  Duties include writing technical materials, such as equipment manuals, appendices, or operating & maintenance instructions. May assist in the layout work.  Bachelor’s degree in journalism/ English or education plus one year experience. Competitive starting salary.

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Cranford Johnson Robinson Woods (CJRW) / Little Rock

Summary:  CJRW is seeking a full-time, non-linear video editor to join its growing video company.  Candidates will be a focused, team player and have a working knowledge of basic video editing technologies: including, but not limited to Adobe Premiere, After Effects, and codec compression standards in video production.

Description:  Edit interview footage and narrative stories for broadcast, interactive websites, and mobile devices.  Work closely with high profile clients. Provide assistance on video shoots as needed. Manage timelines from initial creative to completion of project deliverables.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree required. Experience in Adobe Premiere, After Effects, and Adobe Creative Suite software.  Knowledge of various encoding software and DVD authoring.  Understanding of sound design is a plus.  Ability to work under tight deadlines.  Ability to work independently as well as with creative teams.

To Apply, or for more information: Submit resume and demo reel or production experience to:

Dante Kellerman

Director, Human Resources



Jones Film & Video / Little Rock

Summary:  Jones Film & Video is currently accepting both male and female demos from Arkansas voice talent for commercial and video work.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send sample work and rates to:

Allison Hillemann, Assistant Producer



Verizon Wireless / Little Rock

Job Number:  385877

Description:  Sr. Analyst Business Operations Web and Graphic Design – Sr. Analyst: Technical Operations Support Services (TOSS.)  Will perform the lead role and sub-plan owner for the TOSS for Program Mangers launching LRA initiatives. The Sr. Analyst role will be the liaison and coordinate with LRA Participants, vendors, and different business channels within Verizon Wireless to ensure projects are kept on track.  Sub-plan ownership within Projects and/or System design/support.  Manages various sub-plans for projects owned by LRA Program mangers. i.e.(OMA-DM, VoLTE device testing, LRA landing page, device/SIM certification.)  Facilitate weekly status/check in calls for owned sub-plans.  Administer & develop tools and processes to streamline tasks owned by TOSS.  Manage/distribute testing devices used in owned sub-plans. Act as Troubleshooting/support POC for pre-production LRA projects.  Participate in Participant face to face FOA kick-off events for LRA Projects. i.e (VoLTE phase II, MPLMNID, LRA Summit event, etc.)  Documentation and Training.  Develop user documentation for tools developed for use by the end users.  Work to maintain all user documentation as changes, enhancements, fixes and upgrades are made to the tools.  Work on the development of training materials, handouts and communications as part of the launch/enhancement process for tools.  Lead training calls/sessions, prior to launch, to prepare for training and communication with end users.  Lead internal trainings for TOSS analyst on new projects/responsibilities.  Lead external trainings for Participants both on-site and remote. i.e (phase II SIM/Device/Network certification.)  General TOSS Analyst Responsibilities.  Provide real-time troubleshooting support for Participants.  Collaborates with VzW Network, IT, and Vendors to resolve complex customer impacting issues.  Research and troubleshoot problems, support operational request, track and resolves concerns, and as necessary escalate complex issues for resolution.

Requirements:  Candidate must possess PHP, HTML5, and CSS3 knowledge.  Candidate fluent in content management systems including Drupal, mantisBT, and DokuWiki.  Must possess SQL and Microsoft SQL Server management Studio experience.  Experience with Photoshop a plus.  One-to-three (1-3) years experience in a professional environment.  Excellent organizational, presentation, oral and written communication skills.  Ability to produce & provide accurate and timely information to all levels within the organization.  Advanced time and project management skills.  Ability to prioritize and manage multiple projects simultaneously, while maintaining presence in the TOSS call queue.

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Dassault Falcon Jet Seeks Corporate Communications Specialist

About this job

Job description

Accountability for Dassault Falcon Jet Little Rock’s (DFJLIT’s) day-to-day internal and external communications activities, including, but not limited to: developing and leveraging content for the company intranet, DFJLIT internet, social media, digital
screens, newsletters and other communications mediums and public relations (PR) events as required. This position is pivotal to the success of marketing and successfully communicating change initiatives to the workforce; working directly with department leaders, the Business Transformation & Integration (BTI) team, training representatives and subject matter experts (SME’s).  Additionally, this position is responsible for organizing and orchestrating facility-wide company events such as the annual Family Day festivities, Long Service Award Dinners, etc. All public relations activities must be aligned with business objectives and the DFJ brand.

Desired Skills and Experience


  • Bachelor’s in Communications, Journalism, Graphic Arts or similar field
  • Three years of experience in either corporate/marketing communications or related
  • Excellent communications skills, both written and oral
  • Proven experience developing and maintaining high quality professional newsletters and other internal company communications
  • Software proficiency, particularly Adobe Creative Suite (specifically Adobe InDesign), Microsoft Office suite, SharePoint and digital signage applications.
  • Graphic design and photography experience
  • Accomplished public speaker
  • Sound project management skills
  • Experience with creative concept development based upon requests from multiple internal stakeholders and message development
  • Detail orientation/problem solver abilities
  • Flexibility in terms of assignments and/or work hours


  • Experience in corporate environment or very large company site or +2000 employees
  • Team Player
  • Ability to work with little or no direct supervision
  • Ability to function with high energy and a sense of humor
  • Ability to prioritize and manage deadlines
  • Willingness to perform administrative work as required for position
  • High personal ethical standards and ability to maintain confidentiality

About this company

Dassault Falcon Jet Corp is a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Dassault Aviation, France. Dassault Falcon Jet markets and supports the Falcon family of business jets throughout North America, South America and the Pacific Rim countries of Asia, including the People’s Republic of China.

Dassault Falcon Jet provides equal employment opportunities (EEO) to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Dassault Falcon Jet complies with applicable state and local laws governing non-discrimination in employment in every location in which the company has facilities.

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