Arkansas Arts Center issues call for entries for 57th annual Delta Exhibition


The Arkansas Arts Center, the state’s premiere center for visual and performing arts, announces a call for entries for the 57th Annual Delta Exhibition. The deadline to submit all entries is April 17.

“As one of the most anticipated Arkansas Arts Center events of the year, the 57th Annual Delta Exhibition offers a unique snapshot of the talent located in the Delta region,” said Arkansas Arts Center executive director Todd Herman. “This exhibition allows artists to lead and inspire their communities through art, education and cultural excellence.”

The competition is open to all artists who live in or were born in one of the following states: Arkansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Oklahoma, Tennessee and Texas. All work must be completed during the last two years and must not have been exhibited previously at the Arkansas Arts Center.

Artists will be responsible for all shipping arrangements. Interested parties may enter their information and upload images of their work at by Friday, April 17, 2015. The entry fee is $20 for one entry and $10 for each additional entry. Artists are limited to three entries and will be notified by May 8 if they are selected. All accepted work must be received by June 12. This year’s exhibition will be on view July 10 through September 20, 2015.

George Dombek will serve as juror for the 57th Annual Delta Exhibition. George Dombek is an internationally acclaimed watercolorist and previous annual Delta Exhibition exhibitor and award winner. His watercolors have appeared at the Arkansas Arts Center, Birmingham Museum of Art, Butler Institute of American Art, Carnegie Museum of Art, the San Francisco Museum of Art, and the Scottsdale Center for the Arts, and have garnered more than 80 awards including recognition by the National Endowment for the Arts, the Marie Walsh Sharpe Art Foundation and the Pollock-Krasner Foundation.

Dombek will select the artworks to be exhibited and will assign the $2,500 Grand Award and two $750 Delta Awards. Additionally, a $250 Contemporaries Delta Award will be selected by the Contemporaries, an auxiliary membership group of the Arkansas Arts Center.

The Delta Exhibition of Painting and Sculpture was founded in 1956 to feature contemporary work by artists from Arkansas and the bordering states. Today, the Annual Delta Exhibition has grown to encompass works in all media and is a showcase for the dynamic vision of the artists of the Mississippi Delta region. The diversity of their art reflects the region’s strong traditions of craftsmanship and observation, combined with an innovative use of materials and an experimental approach to subject matter.


Photo: David Bailin, Slippage, 2014, charcoal, oil, pastel, and coffee on prepared paper, 78″ x 83,” Grand Award Winner

Arkansas Times Seeks Digital Sales Manager

Arkansas Times logoArkansas Times is looking for a digital sales manager to oversee the day-to-day operations of all digital revenue-generating parts of our media group. Job duties include training, motivating and supervising salespeople; creating and overseeing the development of new sales products; overseeing our 5-year-old social media sales division, and providing strategic guidance for all things digital. Candidates should be fluent in analytics, social media and general web trends.

Arkansas Times media includes our flagship, a 40-year-old weekly with one of the strongest web outputs in the alt-media community; El Latino, a Spanish- language weekly; Savvy, a moms-focused weekly; Arkansas Wild, a outdoors quarterly, and Food and Farm, a magazine published four times a year that matches farmers and producers with restaurants and consumers.

Monetizing or growing revenue in display advertising, sponsored content/native ads, enewsletters, videos, digital subscriptions, podcasts, quizzes, surveys and archival content are among the specific areas on which the digital sales manager would focus.

Send resume and cover letter or questions to

Rainy Day Job Opportunities – 02/21/15


Arkansas Business Journal  / Little Rock

Summary:  Arkansas Business Publishing Group is seeking a candidate to sell advertising for Arkansas Business, the state’s leading business news weekly.  Ideal candidate will have 3 to 5 years outside sales experience with proven track record of exceeding sales goals. Print advertising experience preferred.  Salaried position with commission and bonuses. We offer competitive benefit plan that includes medical, 401k and a full range of supplemental insurance. Plus a paid week off each Christmas.

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

Bill Page,





Texas A&M University / Texarkana

Summary:  The Alumni Relations Coordinator is responsible for designing and implementing multi-faceted programs and projects to strategically engage the 11,000+ Texas A&M-Texarkana alumni. Primary responsibilities include providing leadership to the Alumni Board, developing an alumni communications plan, as well as marketing and executing special events to cultivate alumni involvement and financial support.

Description:  Works closely with the Alumni Association Board of Directors, arranging its meetings, staffing its committees and ensuring strong and productive relationships between its members and the university.  Partners with Advancement colleagues to identify, cultivate, and solicit alumni giving.  Develops and leads the annual giving program.  Plans, implements and promotes alumni programs and special events that support the university’s strategic plan as well as the goals of the Office of Advancement.  Works cooperatively with University Advancement to develop alumni communication and promotional material.  Ensures accurate and complete alumni database records are maintained using the Raiser’s Edge Blackbaud Database System; captures contact, biographical and career information of alumni via surveys, projects (e.g. alumni directory), correspondence, website, postal returns, etc.  Establishes and builds relationships with alumni while developing and maintaining regular communication with via direct contact, email blasts, alumni web pages, print publications, etc.  Leads efforts to increase alumni visibility on campus and educates students about alumni benefits while engaging them in programs.  Manages the official class ring program.  Performs other related necessary duties.


Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.  Four (4) years of experience in development, public relations, or marketing.  Three (3) years of experience in planning and implementing successful special events.

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Institutional Advancement

University of Central Arkansas / Conway
Closing:  February 22

Summary:  Perform high level of administrative support to the Vice President for Institutional Advancement.

Description:  Serve as a liaison between Institutional Advancement and a wide range of individuals and organizations, both internal and external to the University.  Ensure security, integrity, and confidentiality of data.  Coordinate the processing of various University forms, including personnel forms, purchasing forms, key request forms, etc.  Monitor and maintain office supply inventory for the Vice President.  Demonstrate professionalism, maturity, and sound judgment, including discretion, confident communication skills, and a capacity for resourceful initiative in a team context.  Participate in ongoing training and development activities as appropriate.  Assist in the research, analysis, and preparation of various charts, maps, graphs, spreadsheets, and other reports.  Compile and design various informational documents, brochures, signs, publications, and presentations to make them both informative and eye-catching / aesthetically-pleasing.  Process travel paperwork / documentation (TR-1’s.)   General office tasks (faxing, mail sorting, filing, directing phone calls and foot traffic, composing memos/letters/other documents, attending and taking minutes for various departmental meetings, etc.)  Manage calendar and appointments for Vice President.  Maintain inventory list for the Vice President.  Work in Banner program on finance and customer service functions – requisitions, journal vouchers, customer service inquiries, other queries, etc., as needed.  Assist other departments/individuals throughout the division of Institutional Advancement with projects as needed.  Post email messages to all faculty/staff (Admin-l) from departments within the division of Institutional Advancement.  Other miscellaneous tasks and projects as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.

Preferred:  Experience using Adobe software such as InDesign and Photoshop.

Experience with budgeting within a business setting.

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Alumni Services

University of Central Arkansas / Conway

Closing:  February 25

Summary:  Reporting directly to the Director of Alumni Services, the Assistant Director for Special Events will provide leadership and professional expertise in the planning and implementation of the Advancement Division, primarily in support of Alumni Services and the Alumni Association, but also for UCA Foundation annual events and other campus ad hoc events and functions.

Description:  Provide leadership and direction in performance of the details of event production, with emphasis on high standards for customer relations, attention to detail, protocol, and etiquette. Ensure the appropriate tone, schedules, and appearance of all events-related invitations, programs, and correspondence. Ensure implementation of events objectives in compliance with University policies and procedures.  Assume primary responsibility for all Homecoming, tailgates, board meetings, Night of Distinction, UCAF Annual Scholarship Reception.  Work closely with Leadership Team in planning of these and other events.  Solicits for sponsorships for Night of Distinction, Homecoming and other events as needed. Includes any follow up reports.  Work closely with the President’s Office to plan, decorate and execute events held at the President’s Home such as the Holiday Reception and pre-Reynolds event dinners.  Assist with other UCA events as requested and as time allows. Includes campus wide events sponsored by the President’s office, colleges and departments.  Prepare, manage, and monitor event budgets, anticipating costs of production, technical, and promotional needs. Clarify funding source for events. Ensure detailed event financial information for fiscal control purposes and compliance with University and UCA Foundation accounting, cashiering, audit and fiscal controls.  Prepare pre- and post-event analysis, and assess opportunities and make recommendations for improving service to internal and external constituencies, and implement those improvements as appropriate.  Prepare year-end events report, providing analysis and recommendations for future actions and improvements.  Review and approve all requests for use of Buffalo Alumni Hall. Coordinate needed set up and staffing.  Develop productive working relationships with campus and community resources, the Calendar Office and others.  Evening and weekend duty required.  Assists in other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  The formal education of a bachelor’s degree. Other job related education and/or experience may be substituted for basic requirements upon recommendation by Search Manager.

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Riverdale Office

Centennial Bank / Little Rock

Closing:  March 2

Summary:  Generate customer account relationships from referrals and personal solicitations. Attend civic events, including but not limited to Chamber of commerce ribbon cuttings, banquets, and annual meetings. Develops network and grow business relationships.

Description:  Makes 15 weekly retention and business development outside calls on potential customers to solicit their banking business.  Develops prospects from current commercial customers, referrals, and other sources; for lenders, merchant services, and Centennial Insurance Agency.  Contacts prospective customers to present information on available services.  Attends sales and trade meetings to develop new business prospects.  Represents bank at various civic, charitable, educational, and social affairs in order to develop and expand base of contacts.  May make presentations on financial services to groups to attract new business.  Plan and implements customer call program to develop account relationships; may train others in business solicitation.  Documents calls through CRM (connections) and makes weekly call reports to supervisor.  Recommends upgrades, elimination or future development or introduction of new products and services when necessary. Maintains and strengthen relationships with existing customers.  Completes required BSA/AML training and other compliance training as assigned.  Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.

Requirements:  Broad knowledge of such fields as accounting, marketing, business administration, finance, etc. Equivalent to a four year college degree, plus 4 years related experience and/or training. Or equivalent combination of education and experience.

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KIPP Delta Public Schools / Blytheville

Summary:  The Development Coordinator will report to the Chief Development Officer (CDO) and work with other members of the development team to meet fundraising targets, grow community awarenss of the schools, and market the schools to our communities.  As a young, entrepreneurial organization, there are many opportunities for growth within all positions at KIPP Delta, and staff members frequently step up to take on tasks and roles outside of their job descriptions.

Description:  Executing fundraising, marketing, and communications plans in Blytheville and the surrounding areas.  Organizing school tours and following up with visitors.  Sending receipts, thank you notes, memorials, and honoraria to donors and other supporters.  Continually developing and managing the Blytheville Development Committee.  Leading the Student Ambassador program in Blytheville.  Maintenance of the Talisma donor database.  Planning local events (e.g., open houses, spring gala, Beyond Z event.)  Providing content for school web pages, calendars, and social networking sites.  Writing grant applications and managing solicitations for field lessons and extracurricular activities for our Blytheville schools.  Organizing and attending small “house party” fundraisers throughout the year.  Helping promote students’ and teachers’ work in the local community (teacher of the year awards, school plays, etc.)  Building relationships with current and potential funders and attending relevant events in the community.  Managing internal school communications (e.g., staff action items, birthday cards, student and teacher recognition.)  Assisting in the production of promotional materials, including the annual report, newsletters, flyers, and videos.  Maintaining mailing lists and preparing mailings (e.g., holiday cards, postcards, annual reports.)  Arranging photography for the schools as needed.  Maintaining school archives and press clips.  Recruiting and managing local volunteers as needed.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.  Experience in sales, development, or grant writing preferred, but not required.  Currently resides in or plans to relocate to Mississippi County.

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National Multiple Sclerosis Society / Little Rock

Req. Number:  TXH1081

Summary:  The Development Manager will supervise the implementation of all Walk MS and Bike MS events in Arkansas. This person will directly manage or supervise committee oversight and efficient execution of these fundraising campaigns, including marketing, planning and implementation. Responsibilities will include but will not be limited to budget management, training, supervision and development of event committees and volunteer leaders, new event development, market expansion and strategic planning.

Description:  Fundraising (55%) - Responsible for the strategic planning and development of events, maintains logistics, volunteer recruitment and event committee development for events.   Assures event financial goals are achieved.  Recruits and works with chairs for the Bike MS and Walk MS event committees; where both volunteer groups provide the leadership behind the development and growth of the events.  Understands the difference between Bike MS participants and Walk MS participants based on National research, and approaches campaigns accordingly.  Through corporate development, increase sponsorships and corporate team involvement in bike and walk either through personal intervention or creation of a volunteer committee.  Services (10%) - Involve MS clients and family members with the event activities.  Provide telephone support and information to MS callers, when necessary.  Attend at least one service program annually.  Keep up-to-date on client programs and services.  Community Services (10%) - Ensure production of donor acknowledgment and thank you letters.  Ensure event activities are always handicap accessible and open to the community.  Recruit and train event committees.  Manage logistics to ensure that participants and volunteers have support in terms of communication, food, medical attention, etc.  Public Education (5%) - Include client service activities and MS information in all event brochures, eNewsletters and other mailings.  Provide information about MS to participants and volunteers at the events.  Administration and Management (5%) - Adhere to South Central Region policies and procedures as described in the region’s employee manual, and as additionally defined by regional Leadership.  Maintain accurate records and files.  Follow the guidelines and confines of all budgets and event timelines.  Support other activities within the South Central Region including, but not limited to, Camps, Valentine’s Day Parties, and Annual Meetings.  Support other South Central Region staff in areas as requested.  Volunteer Engagement (15%) -  Increase the number of Society volunteers, recognizing and recruiting talent.  Engage volunteers, effectively communicating and facilitating meaningful opportunities across all functions. Partner with volunteers to accomplish our work. Cultivate volunteers, seeking and providing feedback and sharing opportunities for reciprocal growth and learning. We recognize the contributions of all volunteers.  Other Duties - As assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree.  Some college plus 10 years of related non-profit experience specific to event management will be accepted in lieu of a Bachelor’s Degree.  Five years of related experience required.  Proven experience in fundraising and event management or equivalent experience.  Proven experience in volunteer management, working with a Board , strategic planning, public speaking, marketing and project management.

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Texas A&M University / Texarkana

Summary:  The Director of Communications is solely responsible for developing and implementing the university strategic communications plan. This position collaborates with various departments and external stakeholders to coordinate messaging that promotes the highest of standards for internal and external communications.

Description:  Conceptualizes, writes, and edits dynamic publications (magazines, brochures, and advancement literature) to promote the university’s mission and initiatives.  Exhibits a firm understanding of current communication trends and utilizes both traditional and new/social media to enhance awareness of university events and accolades.  Initiates, establishes, and fosters effective relationships with media while serving as the chief contact for media and other bodies seeking information regarding university issues, including requests by The Texas A&M University System.  Serves as chief copywriter and editor for the university.  Key member and media liaison of crisis management team which requires being “on call” and accessible for inquiries and assistance.  Proactively generates timely and relevant press releases and feature stories, coordinates press conferences, and schedules media coverage for all university functions and fundraising events. Insures that university functions are publicized, documented, and filed for historical purposes.  Serves as the official spokesperson for the university – including broadcast media interviews – exercising sound judgment in all commentary.  Composes profiles of alumni, students, donors and university volunteers for promotional pieces.  Identifies, cultivates and maintains relationships with internal and external stakeholders to build storylines that support key themes of the university.  Assists with special events to support university programs and scholarships.  Responsible for content, maintenance and distribution of university-wide communications including daily email newsletter, etc.  Performs other related duties necessary to recruit students and expand support for the university.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.  Five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in communications, public relations, or related field or an equivalent combination of education and relevant experience.  Two (2) years computer experience including Microsoft Office suite.  Demonstrated end-to-end experience in conceptualizing, writing and editing printed promotional and informational materials such as magazines, newsletters, and brochures for diverse audiences.  Exemplary writing, editing and speaking skills.  Excellent customer service.  Experience in developing and managing media contacts.  Demonstrated experience in crisis communication management and media relations.  Strong interpersonal skills.  Must maintain confidentiality.  Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks and to maintain a positive professional demeanor.  Demonstrated ability to work independently and in a highly collaborative team setting, including the Director of Marketing and Graphic Artist, to produce desired results.  Required to work beyond the normal office hours.

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TheatreSquared / Fayetteville

Summary:  TheatreSquared is seeking a Director of Development to manage and direct the theatre’s fundraising programs.

Description:  The Director of Development is a senior member of the theatre’s leadership team, reporting to the Executive Director and working closely with board members to develop and implement fundraising plans for annual giving, sponsorships, grants, major projects and special events; forecast the theatre’s fundraising potential by identifying, cultivating and effectively stewarding individual and institutional donors; and design and implement donor recognition and stewardship programs. Together with the Executive Director, the Director of Development manages fundraising for $1 million in annual contributed income.

Requirements:  Candidates must have a strong background in the cultivation, stewardship and solicitation of donors; a proven track record as a manager of successful fundraising campaigns; be well organized and able to plan strategically; work effectively and collaboratively with trustees, donors and staff; and have exceptional written and verbal communication skills. Three to five years of development experience and demonstrated success in raising major gifts is requested. Compensation commensurate with experience.

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






University Development

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Closing:  March 6

Description:  The Executive Director of Administration and Development Services provides strategic planning, management and direction to support and promote fundraising as related to the following areas: information and technology services, gift services, records and data services, and prospect research. This position is responsible for managing or participating in cross-functional projects with the college units and also serves as liaison to the University of Arkansas Foundation. Inc. and the Division of Finance and Administration. The Executive Director reports to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Development and participates in developing the overall strategic direction for the Office of Development at the University of Arkansas, Fayetteville.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education.  Minimum of three years progressive leadership experience in Development Services.  Minimum of five years of supervisory experience.

Preferred:   Minimum of three years progressive leadership experience in Development Services, preferably in higher education or a complex non-profit environment.  Experience in Advance Database Systems.

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Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art / Bentonville

Summary:  The Exhibition Designer, in collaboration with curators, interpretive team members and others, develops the design of exhibitions and installations in (in the galleries, on the grounds, and in other Museum-related spaces) that engage visitors aesthetically, emotionally and intellectually and deliver on the Museum’s mission.

Abstract:  The Exhibition Designer is an integral member of the exhibition team and enhances the curatorial, educational and interpretive vision for an exhibition through layout of works of art, creation of additional walls/spaces, color, lighting, and the thoughtful and innovative integration of interpretive elements, including technology.  S/he consults with curators, registrars and preparation staff to determi ne the methods, materials, and display techniques for the presentation of works of art to ensure greatest visual appeal, visitor engagement and learning, optimum traffic flow and safety, using drawings, scale models, a Computer Aided Design (CAD) based program and other design tools to communicate design ideas. S/he collaborates with in-house designers to specify and integrate exhibition graphics and digital elements, and with facilities and grounds staff as needed. From time to time, s/he may work with outside designers, artists, architects, builders and others.

Description:  Works with curators, interpretive staff, artists, educators, conservators, registrars, preparators, and others to organize works of art and interpretive elements into an exciting and engaging exhibition plan suitable for public display.  Develops exhibition designs which fit within the budget and time available for each project, in close consultation with the Exhibition Coordinator.  Manages expenses and design schedule to ensure exhibitions are opened on time and on budget.  Collaborates with curators, interpreters, graphic and digital designers through an exchange of ideas to help determine how the exhibition experience unfolds. Creates concept sketches, 3-D scale models and drawings offering a variety of solutions.  Uses computer aided design (CAD) to produce scaled floor plans and elevations including layout of walls, casework, interpretive elements and graphics. Taking into consideration specific environmental and aesthetic requirements of each object, specifies supplies and materials (e.g. paint, vitrines, case furniture, fabric, Plexiglas). With input from curators and others, makes aesthetic decisions regarding the presentation of artworks, wall and case colors, and places objects for maximum educational and aesthetic impact.  Collaborates with in-house graphic designers in the development of exhibition way finding and graphics plans and includes all graphics into scaled elevations.  Creates design plans to facilitate the regular rotation of objects, and collaboratively includes curators in the process. Creates design plans for other projects as needed.  Collaborates with in-house lighting team members in the  development of an effective overall lighting plan to enhance the works of art and the visitor experience.  Generates, collects and organizes the appropriate documents for each phase of a project, and, at major milestones, presents design plans for review by curator, supervisor and Executive Director.  Consults with facilities, guest services and security teams as needed.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree in art, art history, architecture, design or related field from an accredited college or university, or commensurate work experience, is required.  Three (3) to five (5) years of progressively responsible experience in the planning, design, and implementation of museum exhibitions using computer aided design programs, or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.  Additional education and/or experience in exhibition and/or graphic design, industrial design, commercial art, architecture, theater design or related area desirable but not required.

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GRANT WRITER (part-time)

Credit Counseling of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Summary:  CCOA is seeking an experienced grant writer to serve in a part-time capacity. CCOA will designate the position to be independent contractor, or part-time staff member, dependent on the final business relationship agreement. The responsibilities include researching grant opportunities, writing grants, and developing outcome reports based on the requirements of potential funders.

To Apply, or for more information:

Mike Robards, Executive Director






Taylor Elementary

Pulaski County Special School District / Jacksonville

Posting ID:  POS20150206000001

Summary:  Temporary/grant hourly position to help students develop a bi-weekly newsletter for the school and guide students in writing and reporting school news, and also introduce technology and software that will help develop a successful school newspaper along with developing the school yearbook.  Monday-Thursday; 12 hours per week.


Description:  Creating and implementing lesson units.  Establish objectives for students.  Using technology to aid in the teaching process.  Maintain accurate records for attendance.  Ensure safety of students.  Work with individuals or small groups of students.  Work with parents and other teachers to get the most out of every student.  Maintain the necessary classroom environment conducive to sound learning.  Assist students with the development of appropriate social skills. Provide positive reinforcement to motivate and acknowledge acceptable behavior.  Ensure all materials are locked up in the appropriate space and classroom is cleaned up.  Help with any other duties assigned by the Site Coordinator or Principal.

Requirements:  College degree, certified teacher or direct experience in the field.  Experience in providing positive youth development.  Experience working with elementary aged students.  Experience with working with the newspaper and yearbook.

To Apply, or for more information:





KNWA – KFTA / Fayetteville

Summary:  NWA-TV / KFTA-TV, NBC and FOX affiliates for NWA, are looking for a morning news producer.  We’re looking for a creative, organized individual who understands the following: showcasing content, enterprising stories, a lead versus a kicker, tracking local media on the social network, portraying urgency through media elements. If you get these concepts – then apply for this job.  We’re looking for a career-oriented producer, meaning. . .if you want this opportunity just to tide you over until you can get on-air, please don’t apply.

To Apply, or for more information:   Candidates with a sense of urgency and a desire to produce quality newscasts in a great market need to send materials to:

Brook Thomas


609 W Dickson, Ste 300

Fayetteville, AR 72701





KATV 7 / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  3030

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. Responsibilities will involve editing, shooting general assignment stories, lives shots and natural sound packages.  You will cover day to day general, in-depth, features and investigative assignments.  A passion for story telling is absolutely essential in this position. We are looking for an aggressive team-player who can produce good stories under tight deadlines.

Requirements:  You should have two years of ENG experience with a network affiliate news organization. We are shooting full HD on media cards and editing on desktops and laptops so you should have strong technical knowledge of editing and photo equipment. You should have strong editing skills in non-linear edit systems, have and maintain a valid license and a good driving record, possess excellent people skills, a strong work ethics and have a great attitude.

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PHOTOGRAPHER (2 Positions)

El Dorado News-Times / El Dorado

Summary:  The El Dorado News-Times is seeking two talented, experienced individuals to fill staff photographer positions. Applicants must provide their own equipment. We offer competitive pay with a benefits package that includes health insurance, accrued sick time, profit sharing, 401(k) plan, paid holidays and vacation.

Description:  The ideal candidates for these positions will be flexible self-starters with excellent photography skills who are able to work well under deadlines. The persons hired for these posts will be responsible for submitting photographs on a daily basis – including news, sports and feature photos – writing cutlines and preparing photos for placement in the newspaper.

Requirements:  A journalism degree with post-college experience in a newsroom setting is preferred for this position, along with Photoshop and PhotoMechanic skills.

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

Chris Qualls,

Managing Editor

El Dorado News-Times

111 N. Madison Ave.

El Dorado, AR 71730





Center for Arkansas Legal Services

Arkansas Legal Services Partnership / Little Rock

Summary:  The Arkansas Legal Services Partnership (ALSP) is seeking a Project and Content Coordinator to assist the ALSP Director in the development, implementation and management of multiple statewide social justice programs. ALSP seeks someone who has the ability to brainstorm innovative technology projects that will benefit legal aid staff and low-income Arkansans. This versatile individual will have exceptional writing and project management skills.  Competitive salary based on qualifications and experience. Benefits include health and dental insurance, cafeteria plan, and 403(b) plan. Applicants must have a desire to work for non-profit organization.

Description:  Drafting/management of content for publication on multiple websites, multimedia projects, newsletters, annual reports, and other publications.   User support.  Drafting/management of federal grant applications.  Marketing and promotion including press interaction.  Outreach and pro bono attorney recruitment/assistance, including training presentations.  Conference organization.  Administrative support as needed.

Requirements:  Ability to work with minimal supervision under tight deadlines.

Ability to manage multiple projects.  Ability to manage multiple grants.  Quickly create quality content ready for online/print publication and to manage large amounts of content in multiple formats.  Ability to adjust writing style based on audience.  Experience with content management systems, preferably Drupal.  Ability to train different user types during presentations and outreach.  Research skills.  Data/analytics reporting and visualization.  Technically uninhibited in learning new technologies.  Passion for the concept of access to justice for all.

Preferred:  Background in law, online media development, legal writing, journalism, project management or other content production fields is preferred.

To Apply, or for more information:   Submit application, cover letter, resume, references and writing samples to:

Vincent Morris, Director

Arkansas Legal Services Partnership

1300 West 6th Street

Little Rock, AR 72201

Application available at





Chicot County Spectator / Lake Village

Summary:  The Chicot County Spectator, a county seat community weekly in Lake Village, Arkansas, seeks a well-rounded newspaper person to write and edit local news, design pages, and represent the newspaper in its community.  Advertising experience and knowledge of agriculture would be helpful but not required.  Lake Village is located on Lake Chicot, an 18-mile-long oxbow lake famous for bass and crappie fishing, boating, and camping. Good benefits, good quality of life, and opportunity for career advancement with family owned group of newspapers.


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

Barney White,





Acxiom / Little Rock

Req. ID:  34580

Summary:  The Account Executive Team is the business partner for assigned clients and leads client services within Acxiom across key stakeholders. This team is focused on account retention, revenue growth and profitability as indicated by the Account Plan. They drive client satisfaction and engage in extensive client communication, bringing new ideas and solutions to the client and troubleshooting account complications.

Description:  Achieves revenue run rate and incremental growth targets, profitability targets, and other sales related goals within named book of accounts.  Proactively identifies new revenue opportunities and drives account growth and profitability acceleration, including new business, up-sell, and cross-sell opportunities.  Owns extensive client communication, strategic planning, and troubleshooting account complications to promote client satisfaction. Develops and improves executive level relationships within named account(s.)  Promotes the Acxiom-Client relationship by providing thought leadership  and consultation on aligning client business needs to products, solutions and services offered. Leads client quarterly business reviews.  Subject Matter Expert in named client account(s) in order to positively affect business objectives.  Creates value and differentiates our services and products from competitor campaigns.  Drives contract negotiations for new and existing business within named accounts, engaging sales, lines of business, and delivery regarding new sales, account growth, and contract renewals as a ppropriate. Ensures account contract compliance.  Owns the documentation and execution of the long term account strategy resulting in maximum growth, profitability, superior client satisfaction, and improving Acxiom product penetration within named account(s) as well as selling into client’s lines of businesses.  Provides on-going client relationship updates to affected associates such as technical and delivery groups.  Owns closest-to-the-pin revenue forecasting (via and ensures accuracy of sales entries.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree and/or a minimum of 10 years of account management experience.  Expert industry knowledge.  Proven success in managing clients with multiple lines of business.  Strong communication skills including the ability to drive two-way communications with the client.  Excellent group presentation skills.  Proven ability to communicate across all levels of an organization.  Ability to tailor sales pitch to different audiences and in response to client reactions.  Ability to work across multiple areas and functions in order to meet complex client needs.  PACT – Passion, Accountability, Creativity, and Teamwork (a foundation of Acxiom’s culture.)

To Apply, or for more information:    (seach Req. Number – 34580)





Heifer International

Tracking Code:  2015003


Summary:  The primary responsibility of this position is to support the continued development of Heifer International’s web properties. Assignments include tasks from all areas of the development lifecycle and all deliverables should be timely and cost effective. This position is part of the Web Development team and may be assigned various tasks as requested by other teams in the Marketing and Resource Development (MRD) Division.

Description:  In collaboration with the Web Development team and the MRD team, implement web development projects for Heifer International.  Liaise with appropriate internal teams and external vendors for development and implementation of web related projects.  Work with team members to plan, design, develop and update Heifer web properties.  Maintain the design, content and coding of Heifer web properties.  Program, test and debug web pages and applications.  Communicate with colleagues within and outside MRD regarding web designs, layouts and functions.  Participate on or lead teams, as appropriate, to address specific business requirements or to improve the overall efficiency of Heifer initiatives, business processes and work environments.  Understand and contribute to functional requirements and translate them into technical design and development projects.  Stay current with new and existing web technologies.  May perform other job-related responsibilities as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years of related experience.  High school/general educational development diploma plus six (6) years of related experience.

Preferred:  Experience with CSS3, LESS/SASS, HTML5, PHP, MySQL, and Javascript.  Experience with web Content Management System platforms utilizing model-view-controller architecture.  Experience with web design and design software packages such as Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.  Experience using a version control system such as Git.

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Cold Day, Hot Jobs – 02/16/15


Arkansas Department of Emergency Management / Little Rock

Position Number:  22088812

Salary:  $35,554 – $60,390

Closing:  February 18

Summary:  The Arkansas Department of Emergency Management (ADEM) Area Coordinator and is responsible for developing and managing various emergency plans and programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description:  Supervises technical and administrative support staff by interviewing, recommending for hire/termination, assigning and reviewing work, counseling, and evaluating the performance of incumbents. Designs and administers emergency/disaster preparedness training courses that teach people how to effectively respond to major emergencies and disasters. Collaborates with other officials in order to prepare and analyze damage assessments following disasters or emergencies. Attends meetings, conferences, and workshops related to emergency management to learn new information and to develop working relationships with other emergency management specialists. Prepares plans outlining operating procedures to be used in response to disasters/emergencies such as hurricanes, nuclear accidents, terrorist attacks, and the recovery from these events. Reviews emergency plans of individual organizations, such as medical facilities, in order to ensure their adequacy and compliance with guidelines. Responds to disaster scenes by coordinating activities during disaster situations and establishing communications base and applications center. Negotiates contracts with the Federal Emergency Management Agency by determining number of plans to be written yearly and required budget. Performs other duties as assigned.

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

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Open Avenues / Rogers

Summary:  The Development Coordinator will provide professional support toward the fundraising and communications goals set by the Foundation Director and the Boards of Directors for Open Avenues. The Development Coordinator will provide support in the areas of donor management, prospecting, research, special events and communications. This position reports to the Foundation Director.

Abstract:  The Development Coordinator will assist the Foundation Director in reaching the financial goals of Open Avenues through maintaining, building, securing, sustaining and continually improving the database for fundraising. The Development Coordinator will also assist in the development and implementation of events, public relations and marketing of the programs, services and fundraising opportunities of Open Avenues.  The Development Coordinator will be a self-directed individual who possesses planning and organization skills with attention to detail. It is essential that the Development Coordinator be able to multi-task, prioritize and possess listening and problem-solving skills.  The Development Coordinator must be willing to help with other development duties as necessary or assigned by the Foundation Director.

Description:  Utilize fundraising software for donor and prospect information, and maintain donor database and records.  Promote the mission, programs, and services provided by Open Avenues.  Identify new revenue channels for Open Avenues via targeted direct mail appeals of new and existing donors through prospect research.  Research grant opportunities for the programs of Open Avenues.  Research of prospective donors for Open Avenues.  Build and maintain relationships with current and potential donors.  Develop an annual sponsorship package for the special events of Open Avenues.  Assist, and in some cases, take the lead in planning events and programs related to fundraising and friend-raising. This would include determining event format, scripting, talking points, logistics and working with press as well as securing sponsorships.  Attend networking events to educate the community about the programs and services of Open Avenues.  Represent Open Avenues in civic club membership, committees, etc.  Stay current on fundraising and marketing trends with membership and participation in Association of Fundraising Professionals.  Utilize social media for marketing the programs and services as well as fundraising opportunities for Open Avenues.  Assist in the development and maintenance of the Open Avenues website.  Assist in promoting a powerful brand identity and image for Open Avenues.  Assure consistency throughout all internal and external communications.  Develop earned media opportunities for Open Avenues related to new programs, new personnel, special achievements and awards, special recognition of board members and staff.  Issue approved press releases as needed regarding newsworthy events promoting the organization.  Produce thank-you letters, acknowledgements and/or receipts, pledge statements and year-end tax statements to donors.  Reconcile special event gift records with the Office Manager and Bookkeeper.  Produce development queries and reports as requested.  Other duties as assigned by the Foundation Director or the Executive Director.

Requirements:  BS/BA in Marketing, Business Administration, and Journalism or equivalent work experience.  Superior oral and written communication skills. Strong proof reading, editing, and public-speaking skills.  Must demonstrate proven project management and organizational skills.  Previous experience in a not-for-profit development office.  Valid Driver’s License.

Preferred:  Previous database management experience, along with a demonstrated knowledge of Raiser’s Edge software.  Two-to-four (2-4) years experience in non-profit organizations, professional fundraising, philanthropy and development.  Tremendous initiative and the ability to work effectively with a high degree of autonomy or as part of a team.  Previous advertising and public relations background experience.  Must possess a strong work ethic, integrity, professionalism, and discretion dealing with confidential information.  An entrepreneurial spirit and interest in growing the overall organization. Progressive thinking and strategic planning skills.

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

Allison McElroy, Foundation Director





Southwest Power Pool / Little Rock

Job Code:  15-020

Summary:  The Manager of the Communications Department is responsible for managing the internal and external communications for the company. A wide range of skills is required including project management; supervisory ability; writing/editing; ability to speak and present in public; web administration, development, design, improvements and maintenance; development of communications tools and an understanding of communication technologies to facilitate internal and external communications. A rapid pace, stringent deadlines and a large volume of work characterize this department. The position requires extensive contact and work with employees at all levels of the organization, industry trade publications and other media, as well as with members and customers of the company.

Description:  Manage internal and external communications of the company.  Field media inquiries, issue news releases, maintain media contact list, log media calls, and serve as company spokesperson. Stay apprised of electric industry news.  Represent SPP on regional and interregional communications projects and committees. Direct communications staff support/involvement as necessary.  Interface with PR/communications staff of SPP member companies on issues of joint concern.  Maintain the company’s crisis communications plan.  Edit documents and assist with document creation including digital art and graphic design.  Plan and coordinate the production of publications, including the annual report. May include developing editorial plans, consulting with the CEO, COO, VPs and other staff, working with printing companies, photographers and copywriting.  Oversee the company’s external web presence, maintaining homepage/static page quality and integrity of content as well as manage development, design and improvements of the website as needed.  Oversee the company’s Intranet content and manage development of Intranet enhancements.  Participate in selected community activities.  Manage use and development of corporate logo and supporting materials.  Manage creation, deployment of electronic surveys and response analysis.  Staff supervision, including hiring, termination and performance appraisals.  Annual budget preparation.  Provide assistance in areas of expertise to other departments and employees, as needed.  Manage special projects as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree.  Seven (7) years of relevant job-related experience.

To Apply, or for more information:    (search Job Code – 15-020)





Partners Department

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Posting Number:  0603558
Salary:  $57,776
Closing:  February 26

Description:  The Project Director supervises a staff of 5-15 Navigators in his/her efforts to educate and enroll consumers across the state. The Project Director, as part of his/her duties, manages Sub-contractors or Sub-grantees in the form of working out contractual details and expectations. Further, the Project Director manages the project budget and accounting for all grant funds used which is an integral part of this position’s duties. Additionally, the Project Director completes required reports accurately and on time, as required in the grant terms and conditions. Finally, the Project Director acts as a liaison with other organizations to coordinate enrollment and outreach efforts.

Requirements:   Masters Degree or higher.  Six (6) years experience in supervisory position.  Experienced public speaker.  Arkansas Marketplace Insurance Licensure.

Preferred:  Masters Degree or higher in Business Administration, Communications or a closely related field.  Experience with the Federally Funded Marketplace and Access Arkansas.  Experience with outreach and enrollment efforts for the Affordable Care Act.

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Partners Department

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville

Posting Number:  0603559
Salary:  $57,776
Closing:  February 26

Description:  The Project Director supervises a staff of 5-15 Navigators in his/her efforts to educate and enroll consumers across the state. The Project Director, as part of his/her duties, manages Sub-contractors or Sub-grantees in the form of working out contractual details and expectations. Further, the Project Director manages the project budget and accounting for all grant funds used which is an integral part of this position’s duties. Additionally, the Project Director completes required reports accurately and on time, as required in the grant terms and conditions. Finally, the Project Director acts as a liaison with other organizations to coordinate enrollment and outreach efforts.

Requirements:   Masters Degree or higher.  Six (6) years experience in supervisory position.  Experienced public speaker.  Arkansas Marketplace Insurance Licensure.

Preferred:  Masters Degree or higher in Business Administration, Communications or a closely related field.  Experience with the Federally Funded Marketplace and Access Arkansas.  Experience with outreach and enrollment efforts for the Affordable Care Act.

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Magna IV Imaging / Little Rock

Summary:  Candidate will be success-driven and expected to develop lasting relationships with ideal clients within assigned territory using a consultative sales approach. Through an established network of existing and/or new customers, they will promote and finalize the sales of Magna IV Communication’s full line of service offerings within an assigned territory. The selected candidate will be responsible for both generating new clients and handling client work generated by management.

Description:  Meet/exceed sales budget requirements.  Utilize prescribed methods of selling.  Anticipate a customer’s needs, expectations, and sell entire scope of services and capabilities, in a professional, mutually beneficial partnership.  Develop business plans for accounts to meet or exceed sales, marketing and customer satisfaction objectives.  Designing and concept of print and marketing plans for clients that generate measurable results.  Provide all levels of customer service, before, during and after the order cycle by acting as the company liaison between the customer and all departments within Magna IV.   Prepare company reports, correspondence, activities, expenses, pricing adjustments, market needs and product opportunities in a timely manner.   Work closely with assigned customer service team on ensuring all job specs are clear and complete and introducing them to the client so they can manage jobs once in process.  Responsible for sales presentations, account penetration, gaining expertise in understanding customer needs. Coordinating creative with art directors.  Interact with manufacturing divisions and corporate staff to develop proposals, pricing and credit terms, with the goal of negotiating terms and contracts with prospects and customers.  Develop business plans to maximize profitability.  All other duties and responsibilities as assigned by Director of Sales.

Requirements:  Minimum of Bachelor’s degree in Marketing, Journalism, English, Communications or related field preferred.  Minimum 3-5 years successful selling experience preferably to corporate/business accounts using a consultative sales approach.  Ability to do extensive travel within assigned territory.  Must have regular access to automobile and have clean driving record. Excellent verbal, written and presentation skills.

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Signal Media / Little Rock

Description:  Call on existing accounts for sales presentations, while constantly prospecting and developing new clients and striving to meet or exceed established sales goals. Research the needs of Clients and recommend creative, effective ideas for advertisements. Work with the Production Director to develop relevant, marketable copy for clients. Collect money due on all accounts in a timely manner. Responsible for accurate completion and distribution of all contracts and/or documents associated with the sale of broadcast time.

Requirements:  Proven sales experience with a knowledge of radio sales strongly preferred. Must have proficient verbal, written and presentation skills with the ability to project a competent, professional image. Effective time management skills, the Account Executive is to formulate and execute creative sales ideas and Promotions. Must be dependable, dress neatly and possess a valid driver’s license and vehicle insurance.

To Apply, or for more information:  All candidates must fill out an employment application before being considered for employment. To request/submit an application, contact us (no phone calls) at:

Marla Lemmerman,

Sales Department

Signal Media of Arkansas, Inc.

PO Box 251304

Little Rock, AR 72225





KTHV 11 / Little Rock

Req. Number:  49283

Summary:  THV11, the Gannett-owned CBS affiliate in Little Rock, is seeking a Digital Account Executive.  The ideal candidate will be energetic and strategic as they champion THV11’s, and the top digital marketing services suite in Arkansas.  Execution of a customer-focused sales process, building new customer relationships and growing existing customer relationships will be crucial.

Description:  Responsible for developing new digital customers through cold calling and solution-based selling; as well as, the retention and growth of current client partnerships.  Accountable for individual digital revenue performance; in addition to working strategically with other station sales executives.  A top priority of the position includes delivery of digital sales goals for Gannett’s Digital Marketing Services suite.  Create partnership opportunities for local businesses to utilize the strength of and its mobile/tablet assets.  Proficient in creating innovative multimedia recommendations that offer consumer engagement and interaction with the client message.  Network nationally, regionally and locally to keep apprised of emerging digital trends, rates and product solutions.

Requirements:  Minimum of two years sales experience, Bachelor’s Degree, and Google Adwords Certified preferred.  Product knowledge should include:  Targeted Display, Social Media Marketing, SEO & SEM, and Pay-Per-Click.  Must have advanced PC skills including Microsoft Office.  Strong attention to detail, ability to multi-task and follow-through projects to completion.  Exceptional presenter and communicator with internal and external partners.

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Jonesboro Radio Group / Jonesboro

Summary:  Attention advertising sales professionals:  jump-start your career at the all new Jonesboro Radio Group!  The former Triple FM Radio Group has expanded with not just three, not four, not five. . .but now six FM stations.  Jonesboro Radio Group is 100 percent dedicated to your financial success with the highest salary and commissions, world class training, great benefits and exciting workplace atmosphere.

Requirements:  Candidates should possess proven sales experience with a special emphasis on interactive retail solutions. College degree is a plus.

To Apply, or for more information:  Email your resume to:





KTHV 11 / Little Rock

Req. Number:  49282

Summary:  THV11, the Gannett CBS affiliate in Little Rock is searching for a sales superstar. This is a great place to be and our people love to work here. If that’s the kind of sales atmosphere that you want, then bring your creativity and “can do…go get’em, never say die” attitude to THV11. We provide the tools and environment to achieve an unlimited income by helping our customer’s prosperity grow across our TV and digital platforms with creative solutions. We need the next member of our sales team to bring ability, passion and commitment. Apply today if you know you would be great for this sales position.

Description:  Develops new and non-traditional revenue through consistent and creative prospecting.  Meets with customers, listens and assesses their needs, and provides customized, creative and successful marketing solutions which produce results.  Provides clients with convergent selling, to package several broadcast and online products.  Enhances existing revenue and develops non-TV advertisers by utilizing station marketing resources.  Develops web revenue for all station digital properties and projects through needs-based analysis meetings with traditional and non-traditional advertisers.  Services existing agencies and direct client businesses; this responsibility includes developing presentations, negotiating business, selling local specials and sponsorships, and proactively merchandising all station properties.  Sell station’s promotions.  Other responsibilities as assigned by station management.  This position reports to the Local Sales Manager.

Requirements:  College degree or an equivalent combination of education and experience.  Minimum 2 years sales experience.  The ability to work as a team player is an essential attribute. Experience using psychographic research and/or other marketing research tools is helpful. Computer literacy with MS Office is required.  Creativity, flexibility, and ability to change with our industry are also keys to success.  Strong communication skills and customer service skills.  Strong organizational skills and ability to work effectively in a fast paced environment.  Current valid driver’s license and excellent driving history required.

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Division of Agriculture

University of Arkansas / Fayetteville


Summary:  The Division of Agriculture’s Technology Commercialization Office (TCO) helps faculty and research scientists across the state of Arkansas to identify, protect and commercialize intellectual property developed from their research or other university supported activities.  We engage inventors, faculty startup companies and existing businesses in transforming inventions into marketplace products and services.

Description:  Build and commercialize the Division of Agriculture’s intellectual property portfolio according to UA Board Policy.  To do this successfully, the candidate will market agriculture technologies to prospects; negotiate and draft option and license agreements in concert with the land-grant mission and goals of the Division of Agriculture; help inventors craft invention disclosures; assess inventions for market potential and patentability or copyright or trademark registration; cultivate client and partner relationships with Division of Agriculture faculty across the state, department heads, entrepreneurs, investors, public and private incubators, and current or prospective licensees.

Requirements:  Master’s degree plus (4) four years relevant professional work experience, including one year in a supervisory or managerial capacity. Strong organizational, leadership, and communication skills.

Preferred:  Agricultural technology licensing experience in a university environment is desirable. Experience in a range of agricultural industries preferred.

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Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma & Texas

Girl Scouts / North Little Rock

Summary:  The Brand Specialist provides support to the council by creating materials to support specific campaigns and initiatives. The Brand Specialist is responsible for creating and designing materials including, but not limited to, social media content, website content, promotional videos, flyers, newsletters, posters, booklets, brochures and other collateral and out-of-home advertising materials. This position is accountable for designing materials to promote the Girl Scout Leadership Experience through approved Girl Scout Branding Guidelines and use of council marketing strategies and campaigns.

Description:  Creates/designs council publications, website content, social media content and promotional videos using Girl Scout Branding Guidelines.  Efficiently generates required reports and information in a timely manner.  Posts approved content to website, social media and other communication outlets.  Monitors council electronic media for appropriate content and branding use.  Helps maintain organized media lists, photo archives and editorial calendars.  Assists in creating and preparing PR kits for volunteers and media partners.  Researches national, regional and local marketing trends and communicates those to the External Relations team.  Collaborates with External Relations and other departments to create marketing strategies and campaigns for council initiatives and programs.  Participates in special projects and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelors degree in related field or equivalent knowledge and experience in graphic design, marketing or public relations.  Two-to-three (2-3) years of graphic design experience.

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Little Rock Wastewater / Little Rock

Closing:  February 20

Description:  Direct and manage the outreach, advertising, marketing, and promotional activities of Little Rock Wastewater.  Designs and develops written and spoken material and publications.  Directs and/or assists for successful community relations and governmental affairs.  May act as spokesperson.  Maintains all media contacts and activities.  Works closely with any outside advertising and /or public relations venues.

Requirements:  Bachelors degree from accredited university in the areas of Marketing, English, Communications, Journalism, or related.  Three-to-five (3-5) years experience in corporate communications, public relations, or similar.

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Center for Student Services

Philander Smith College / Little Rock

Summary:  The Coordinator for Career/Volunteer Services will work under the direct supervision of the Director of the Center for Student Services. The Coordinator will provide comprehensive career counseling and advising to students and alumni regarding goal setting, major/career direction, skill analysis, resume preparation, job search, graduate school search, networking strategies, and interviewing skills and assumes the primary role in the planning and organization of the major career/graduate school fairs, and all Center for Student Services related events and campus programs. Additionally, the coordinator will be responsible for the implementation of a comprehensive training and development program for student leaders.

Description:  Works full-time within the Center for Student Services (100%.)  Provide comprehensive career counseling and advising to students and alumni regarding goal setting, major/career direction, skill analysis, resume preparation, job search, graduate school search, networking strategies, and interviewing skills. Assumes the primary role in the planning and organization of the major career/graduate school fairs, and all Center for Student Services career related events and campus programs.  Coordinates and manages the volunteer program and collaborates with the Social Justice Director in implementing Service Learning Projects for students and is responsible for the recruitment and training of student volunteers.  Administer and interpret career assessment tools such as FOCUS 2.  Responsible for planning, programming and budget and evaluation of the S.U.M.M.I.T.  Leadership Institute and implementation of a comprehensive training and development program for student leaders.  Develop and present workshops, seminars, outreach efforts, and program initiatives that relate to career development and job search activities.  Participate in campus activities.  Implement a comprehensive training and development program for student leaders.  Manages/monitors the Online Career Services Management Programs.  Serve on various campus and non-campus committees.  All rules and regulations concerning the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA) must be known and followed with respect to the handling of confidential student records. Other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Master’s degree in Student Personnel Services/Higher Education, Counseling, or related field required. This position requires knowledge of the basic principles and theories of student development, educational administration, and public relations.  Experience in student employment, career services or related setting.  Must have proven track record of securing and maintaining relationships with businesses, externship/internship sites, and employers.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send a cover letter, resume and three professional letters of reference to:

Human Resources

Philander Smith College

900 W Daisy Bates Dr

Little Rock, AR 72202





Hot Springs Village Property Owner’s Association / Hot Springs Village
Closing:  February 23

Summary:  Researches, writes, edits, and coordinates production of a variety of corporate digital and printed communications materials, including member and employee publications, press releases, marketing promotions, website blogs, and social media pages, designed to create and maintain favorable public image for Hot springs Village Property Owners’ Association.  Must be extremely organized and detail oriented.  Must have a strong work ethic (disciplined and a self-starter.)

Description:  Performs research on various subjects for publications and presentations as requested.  Prepare briefing materials.  Plans, writes, edits and produces all printed and digital communications.  Manage email marketing efforts including creation and modification of templates, accurate and timely email sends, management and maintenance of email lists, reporting and analytics.  Articulates and presents association communication to internal and external disciplines in a professional manner.  Compose and produce promotional materials, brochures and literature for the Association.  Performs management of external publication suppliers, including estimating, budget management, creative concept and final proofing.  Creates graphic designs.  Takes publication photographs using digital camera.  Creates, updates and maintains social media web pages.  Write news releases for broadcast and print media. Assist and participate in POA efforts to meet the needs, objectives and policies of the Association.  Manage and maintain the association’s website to ensure all content is current and up-to-date, and perform website maintenance, as requested.  Attend Board Meetings as requested.  Assist with Public Relations events as requested.  Assist with special projects and promotional items, as requested.  Create, maintain and compile surveys (paper and online), perform data analysis and prepare executive summaries of survey results.  Create and conduct Power Point presentations, as requested.  Video production and editing for board meetings and employee events, as needed.  Other duties assigned.

Requirements:  Four-year degree from a college or university in Journalism, Communications, English or related field; or three – five years related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.  Excellent written, oral and instructional/presentation communications skills.  Must be skilled in desktop publishing, layout, graphic design and production.  Proficient with PC’s using Microsoft Office including Frontpage, Access, Excel, Power point, Publisher and Word. Must be proficient in Adobe applications including Acrobat Pro, Bridge, Creative Cloud, InDesign, Dreamweaver, Illustrator,  Publisher; QUARK Xpress,Vegas.

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Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter / Rogers

Description:   Develop, implement, and maintain a comprehensive and strategic development plan and formalized giving plan.  Assist Executive Director and Board of Directors in developing short and long range fundraising and development goals for the organization as well as writing objectives and evaluating the organization’s success in meeting those objectives.  Coordinate and monitor the activities of the shelter’s Marketing/Development Committee.  Identify, research, cultivate, and solicit prospective donors.  Develop grant proposals for corporations, foundations, and other funding entities; assist with completion of required grant reports.  Coordinate and monitor the activities of the shelter’s event committees; oversee the planning and implementation of all fundraising events.  Ensure proper receipting of gifts and acknowledgement of gifts, as well as maintenance of donor records in donor database.  Prepare solicitation materials, presentations, reports, and other documentation as needed.  Oversee the shelter’s public relations efforts, including social media, web presence, media contacts, and strategic communication plan.  Work in coordination with the Executive Director and Outreach Director to develop public relations materials appropriate for community outreach, client programs, or other informational materials.  Attend professional development training and continuing education workshops, including active participation in professional organizations such as the Association of Fundraising Professionals (AFP.)  Represent NWAWS at donation presentations or community activities.


Requirements:  Bachelor’s Degree with two years experience in fundraising required.  Event planning experience required.  Dedication to the mission of the Northwest Arkansas Women’s Shelter.  Able to work without supervision, but also able to work in collaboration with the Executive Director, Board of Directors, various committees and staff.  Able to demonstrate empathy and tolerance of people of different lifestyles, beliefs, races and temperaments.  Able to work a flexible schedule, including occasional evening and weekend activities.  Excellent verbal and written communication skills.  Strong organizational and time management skills.  Goal- and detail-oriented.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send cover letter with salary requirements and resume (subject line – NWAWS Dev Dir.) to:

Leslie Folsom,




Diamonds of Arkansas, Oklahoma & Texas

Girl Scouts / Texarkana

Summary:  The Development Officer is accountable for coordinating and implementing the council’s efforts in securing funding from individuals and corporations, assisting in grant efforts, and managing and coordinating fundraising for organizational priorities. Under administrative direction, the Development Officer identifies, cultivates, solicits and stewards donors; serves as development liaison; supports fundraising special projects, development initiatives and goal setting.

Description:  Assists in developing and maintaining the council’s fundraising procedures.  Reviews and responds to applications for troop money-earning activities and Corporate Volunteer Program applications.  Works with other departments and the External Relations team to research and identify specific funding needs of council programs/initiatives and raises funds to support those efforts.  Identifies, cultivates and solicits philanthropic support by developing and maintaining relationships with assigned prospects, manages special projects; carries out fundraising priorities in assigned areas.  Supports fundraising strategies and methods or activities to ensure proper acknowledgement, recognition, and stewardship of donors; collaborates with other members of External Relations in developing campaign materials,  case statements, and brochures; works in collaboration to prepare reports and prospect research materials.   Coordinates and ensures maintenance of an effective fund development data management system.   Researches national, regional and local fundraising trends and laws impacting the fundraising field.  Builds working relationships and serves as development liaison to community organizations, donors and other key personnel to achieve successful fundraising; nurtures culture of philanthropic support.  Participates in special projects and other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelors degree in related field or equivalent knowledge and experience in fundraising, marketing and grant writing.  Three-to-five (3-5) years of fund development experience.

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KAIT 8 / Jonesboro

Job ID:  2015-3170

Summary:  This position reports to Digital Sales Manager and is responsible for day to day sales of our digital product portfolio. This person will work independently to develop advertising relationships. Raycom Media is on the cutting edge of media companies with a product suite that includes internet, mobile, SMS, e-mail marketing, deals, contesting and social media. High volume phone and face-to-face calls will be required daily.  Applicant must be an excellent communicator, highly computer literate and passionate about the value of digital media. Great upside potential for the right person.

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Quapaw Area Council

Boy Scouts of America / Conway

Description:  Work with a volunteer board of directors and other community and business leaders to identify, recruit, train, guide, and inspire them to become involved in youth programs.   Achieve progress towards specific goals and objectives which include: program development through collaborative relationships, volunteer recruitment and training, fundraising, membership recruitment and retention.  Be responsible for extending programs to religious, civic, fraternal, educational, and other community-based organizations through volunteers.  Secure adequate financial support for programs in assigned area.  Achieve net income and participation objectives for assigned camps and activities.  Recruit leadership for finance campaign efforts to meet the financial needs of the organization.  Ensure that all program sites are served through volunteers, regular leader meetings, training events and activities.  Collaborate with adult volunteers and oversee achievement of training for their respective role.  Be a good role model and recognize the importance of working relationships with other professionals and volunteers.  The executive must have communication skills and be able to explain the program’s goals and objectives to the public.  Provide quality service through timely communication, regular meetings, training events and activities.  Have a willingness and ability to devote long and irregular hours to achieve council and district objectives.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university (transcript with the date degree conferred stated is required for employment.)  Must be willing to accept and meet the Boy Scout of America’s leadership and membership standards and subscribe to the Scout Oath and Law.  Ability to work varied hours when necessary, evening activities and weekend work is frequently required to achieve positive objectives.  Ability to travel for training at least once a year for one to two weeks.  Scouting background is helpful but not required for employment.

Preferred:  Strong marketing, fund-raising and program development background is highly desired.  Non-profit, fundraising or sales experience is a plus.

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

Rick Wise, Field Director





Arkansas Game & Fish Commission / Little Rock

Position Number:  22150603

Salary:  $33,861 – $57,514

Closing:  February 17

Summary:  The Education Program Specialist is responsible for managing, training, and coordinating the activities of volunteers for various educational programs. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description:  Develops and conducts education and training programs designed to train volunteers for various educational programs and participates in the presentation of special interest seminars. Communicates information to the public through programs, media, and other communication outlets concerning educational programs and regulation requirements. Provides technical assistance with the design and development of education training aids and materials. Designs, develops, and maintains exhibits and information booths at special events and activities such as school career day activities and fairs. Performs special research projects and provides technical information and assistance to various colleges, high schools, and the general public. Visits community leaders and school administrators to evaluate the implementation and effectiveness of the various programs. Develops and oversees annual budgets for programs within the assigned region. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in business administration, management, or a related area, including two years of experience in education, volunteer management, or related field. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

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Arkansas Department of Aeronautics / Little Rock

Position Number:  22094197

Salary:  $33,861 – $57,514

Closing:  February 17


Summary:  The Executive Assistant to the Director is responsible for office management of a professional services operation. This position is governed by state and federal laws and agency/institution policy.

Description:  Provides general supervision of the work of administrative support staff by prioritizing work assignments, establishing deadlines, and reviewing the work performed to ensure technical accuracy and compliance with established policies. Maintains daily schedule for director, reviews incoming correspondence, and prepares responses when necessary. Develops and implements office procedures necessary to meet department objectives. Schedules and organizes meetings, prepares agenda, and may take minutes for meetings. Organizes, arranges, and attends when necessary, conferences and seminars related to department objectives. Coordinates office activities with directors and other professional staff, monitors office activities and work flow, and makes periodic reports to supervisors. Prepares statistical and financial reports relative to the operation of the professional services office and submits to department officials. Compiles and maintains administrative information and records, such as budget, purchasing, and accounting. Orders office supplies and invoices contracts. Maintains office supply inventory, orders office supplies, and invoices contracts. Performs other duties as assigned.

Requirements:  The formal education equivalent of an associate’s degree in office administration or related field; plus three years of experience in office administration or a related field, including one year in a supervisory capacity. Additional requirements determined by the agency for recruiting purposes require review and approval by the Office of Personnel Management.

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KHBS – KHOG / Rogers

Summary:  KHBS/KHOG-TV and The Arkansas CW, Hearst Television’s ABC and CW affiliates in Fayetteville-Fort Smith, Arkansas, are looking for a self-starting, driven and creative Graphic Artist to conceptualize and execute motion and print graphics across a variety of mediums. Applicant must be a team player, passionate about motion design, brilliant at animation and have a razor-sharp design sense. This position is located in Rogers, Arkansas Collaborating with an award winning Creative Services team, we prefer the ideal candidate to also have experience with writing, lighting, shooting, designing and editing marketing messages from concept to completion. This is not a traditional Graphic Artist position. KHBS/KHOG-TV and The Arkansas CW are committed to cross-training all Creative Services team members to contribute in all aspects of station marketing.

Description:  Produce assigned daily graphic and special project graphics requests.  Produce static and motion graphics for broadcast and digital platforms, as well as non broadcast applications.  Station liaison with Hearst Television Design.   Execute Hearst Television’s style guide and adhere to boundaries.  Disseminate Hearst Television Design information to appropriate staff members.  Write, light, shoot, design and edit marketing messages from concept to completion.  Weekly design shift for Hearst Television’s graphics hub.

Requirements:  College degree.  One year experience in a broadcast, print, digital or agency design environment.  Must be proficient with all application within Adobe Creative Suite and able to create broadcast-ready elements.  Experience with 3D software such as Cinema 4D, preferred.  Experience with Vizrt, and ENPS, preferred.

To Apply, or for more information:  Submit resume and link to your portfolio of work to:

Ken Bauer,

Creative Services Director


2809 Ajax Ave, Ste 200

Rogers, AR 72758





ABS Financial Services / Sherwood

Summary:  The Graphic Designer’s manages the creation, design, and maintenance of marketing and promotional materials and manages design resources. Dedicates time evenly to creation and production, designing and updating templates, branding materials, and websites.

Description:  Responsible for the creation, design, and maintenance of marketing communications - Create and execute and update innovative designs for marketing campaigns, ad campaigns, signage, graphics, corporate collateral, client marketing pieces, etc.  Creation and production management of physical and electronic promotional materials and samples.  Formatting documents for production, considering postal handling, mailing address placement and mail recipients.  Redesign  and updating  current marketing programs as needed.  Manage and maintain a database/library of materials such as letterheads, brochures, banners, stock photography, clip art, and other design resources.  Sending proofs and making version changes as needed.  Design management of direct mail materials.  Design and delivery of HTML email materials.  Production quality control – proofing, verification of data file.  Responsible for the maintenance and updates of websites.  Establish and maintain a consistent corporate image throughout all product lines, promotional materials, and events.  Design Strategy - Using the most current artwork, strategies, design elements and branding standards.  Develops and executes tactical marketing plans and programs to support sales and revenue objectives.  Works with various stakeholders to plan advertising and promotion activities including print, online, electronic/social media, direct mail, press releases, industry publication articles, etc.  Ensuring that materials meet if not exceed design association standards.  Implementing programs/projects according to set deadlines.

Requirements:  Minimum 5+ years of Graphic Design or related experience required.  Related 4-year (B.A. or B.S.) degree or equivalent preferred.  Knowledge of preparing final files to printer specs, and/or the ability to work with the printer on problems/issues during print production.

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Brickman Group / Little Rock

Summary:  The Market Account Manager supports the management of all active accounts and service partners within an assigned market.  They provide leadership and initiative to ensure services are complete and client expectations are met or exceeded.  This individual evaluates the performance of service partners and communicates with the client to achieve satisfaction with our work; and fully leverages our relationships to benefit the client and Brickman Facility Solutions.

About:  In June 2014, Brickman and ValleyCrest merged creating a new company with a nationwide presence, a combined $2 billion in revenue and over 22,000 employees.  Over the next year, we’ll be working to blend our organizations into one powerhouse with a new name and a fresh direction. In the meantime, we have numerous jobs across both organizations giving you even more opportunities to choose from. It also means you will be part of something much bigger and better where you’ll work with the best and the brightest to deliver the highest quality landscape services on the most prestigious properties nationwide. Our team members develop long and satisfying careers with us. So join us for an exciting future in the landscape industry where your work is valued, your contributions are recognized and you have unlimited opportunities to learn and grow.

Description:  Client Service - Communicate frequently with customers to ensure high quality and service expectations are met.  Proactively present and sell site enhancement (work order) ideas to customers.  Proactively assist in resolving issues with customer service when needed.  Conduct monthly Quality Site Assessments (QSAs) of service partners’ work on clients’ sites.  Measure properties and coordinate with estimators for landscape estimates.  Identify and communicate business development opportunities to Regional Operations Manager.  Communicate weekly schedule to store managers and service partners.  Conduct pre- and post-season site inspections.  Service Partner Coordination & Communication – Coordinate new service partners to service clients in a designated territory.  Pre-qualify service partners and negotiate contract terms.  Support compliance team to ensure proper service partner agreements are secured in a timely manner.  Develop and sustain long-term relationships with service partners to ensure consistency of service to client.  Provide instruction to service partners regarding client expectations.  Communicate non-contract client requests and ensure work is scheduled in a timely manner.  Communicate closely with Area or Regional Managers and provide documentation from site visits (i.e. photos, site visit reports, etc.)   Administrative/Other - Develop standard packet of information for each client to include highlighted scope, site map, snow stockpiling map,  call in number and introductory letter, and  customer service opportunities.  Complete daily report on activities (i.e. sites visited, contacts made, issues handled, QSA forms completed, etc.) and submit to Regional Market Account Manager.  Communicate billing details to client and answer any questions.  Other tasks and duties, as assigned.

Requirements:  Minimum education of a two or four year degree in a business related field or equivalent experience required.  Minimum of 3 years of prior customer service, management and leadership experience within the organization, and the industry and local marketplace.   Minimum of 2 years experience working with subcontractors and performing snow removal operations.

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Independent Case Management (ICM), Inc. / Little Rock

Summary:  This position plans, develops, and implements marketing policies and programs, public relations activities, and internal and external communications for the company and its overall image. Maintains and executes marketing strategies with the goal of enhancing the value the organization provides to its’ customers while contributing to the organization’s financial success. Builds market position by locating, developing, defining, negotiating, and closing business relationships.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in Marketing or related field and past marketing experience is required.

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ABS Financial Services / Sherwood

Summary:  The Marketing Production Manager oversees the marketing design and production and is responsible for the procurement, assessment and management of all tangible deliverables of the marketing department including, but not limited to; print, fulfillment houses, promo items, video projects and specialty orders. Ensures that high quality deliverables, timelines and needs of the marketing team are met and exceeded.

Description:  Works as liaison between Graphic Designer and client to ensure requirements are delivered.  Assists clients with conceptualization and strategy of marketing campaigns and offerings.  Produces creative briefs as projects dictate.  Oversees project workloads, coordinating/managing productivity and oversee delivery.  Manages proper approvals, communications and assures company protocols are maintained before, during and after the execution of all marketing deliverables.  Assesses output quality, timeliness, skill sets and team performance.  Establishes protocols and assigns responsibilities to guarantee clear communication and deliverables between marketing team leads, vendors and the production team.  Tracks production scheduling and costs, make any on-the-fly adjustments to the process, and coordinate any receiving of materials or shipping of final goods.  Keeps Graphic Designer informed on  productions and procurement best practices.  Implements systems of production tracking, quality and cost controls.  Researches options for signage and other creative uses of brand and brand assets across local and national offices.  Manages the search or act as advisor of unique and specific promo needs options and vendors, evaluate pros/cons, acquire samples.  Tracks quality, accuracy, delivery and serves as trouble-shooter where needed.  Secures and manages vendor relationships.  Manages or oversee quotes, deliverables and approve invoices.

Requirements:  Minimum 2+ years of marketing experience.  Bachelor’s degree in marketing preferred.  Knowledge of preparing final files to printer specs, and/or the ability to work with the printer on problems/issues during print production.

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Garver USA / North Little Rock

Req. Number:  20141202-1332

Summary:  Would you describe yourself as being both creative and detail-oriented? Garver’s in-house marketing team is hiring a Marketing Proposal Coordinator who will coordinate proposal packages in support of business development pursuits.  This role calls for an eye for design and the ability to proofread or edit a continuous flow of documents.

Description:  Write, edit, and proofread multi-page proposals, government forms, qualification packages, and presentations and produce in-house before external distribution.  Facilitate with the corporate graphics team to visually communicate information.  Coordinate and organize large amounts of technical information for the proposal team, including photography, external subconsultant data, and marketing collateral.  This position will work closely with Garver’s water services engineering teams from across regional offices to coordinate the proposal process for multiple business opportunities by developing win strategies, writing technical sections, providing creative layouts, and organizing large amounts of information for the pursuit team. The ideal candidate will have a strong sense of team work, the ability to multi-task and know how to prioritize duties to meet deadlines.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree.  Demonstrated excellent writing and editing skills.  Working knowledge of Adobe InDesign.  Four-plus (4+) years of related experience.  Proficient user of Microsoft Office including Word, Excel, and PowerPoint.

Preferred:   Previous experience in proposal preparation or large-document management.  Working knowledge of Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator.

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Arkansas Democrat-Gazette / Little Rock

Summary:   The Arkansas Democrat-Gazette, a major metro daily newspaper, has an opening on its night copy desk in Little Rock.  Applicants must know grammar, punctuation and Associated Press style, and have an ability to write accurate, attention-grabbing headlines. Wire editor experience is a big plus.  Salary is based on experience.

Requirements:  Ideal candidate has a bachelor’s degree in journalism and at least two years of daily newspaper experience. We will consider experienced candidates with different qualifications as long as they have demonstrated the ability to do the job.  Candidates brought in for an interview should expect to take and pass a copy-editing test.

To Apply, or for more information:  Resumes, including a list of job references and examples of headlines and editing, should be directed to:

Sandra Tyler, News Editor




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Girl Scouts / North Little Rock

Summary:  A key member of the Membership, Volunteer, Program Department, the position of Program Specialist is responsible for facilitation of Girl and Volunteer program events/activities, developing collaborative community partnerships and providing administrative assistance for Council initiatives such as but not limited to, the annual product sales programs within an assigned geographic area.

Description:  Researches/develops high-quality innovative program opportunities for girls k-12, which incorporate the Girl Scout Leadership Experience curriculum.  Coordinates execution of program events/activities within assigned geographic area, per number setannually and works collaboratively with other staff in execution of department and/or council initiatives (awards recognitions, council-wide events, Service Team Conference, etc.)  Recruits/trains/supervises local volunteers to assist in program facilitation within assigned area.  Identifies and works collaboratively with other community based organizations to create and deliver educational and leadership development programs for Girl Scouts of all age levels.  Provides support for Service Unit event coordination through training opportunities, meetings and assistance as necessary.  Assists with product sales programs in assigned area, including but not limited to facilitating product trainings, data entry, product cupboards management, generating reports, etc.  Efficiently submits work and event reports to Program Manager and/or Product Sales Director accordingly per schedule provided and/or as requested by supervisors.  Participates in reporting, budgeting, goal setting, strategic planning and outcomes evaluation.  Provides support to council fund development programs.  Participates as assigned by/or with approval of supervisor on council-planning committees/groups.  Provides support to council fund development programs.  Performs other duties as necessary and when assigned by supervisor.

Requirements:  Bachelors degree in related field or experience commensurate with degree.  Two-to-three (2-3) years experience in program development, working with adults and youth.

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Psychiatric Research Institute

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

Position Number:  50052708

Closing:  February 17

Description:  The Project Specialist will manage all projects for the Executive Vice Chair in his role as the Medical Director as he develops and leads the Mood Disorder Clinic. Additionally, this position will oversee the project management of the genomics testing in the clinic and all other projects as assigned. This position coordinates activities, plans travel, maintains calendar and schedules for the Executive Vice Chair, Administrator and Chief Financial Officer. The position uses knowledge of division business issues to assist visitors, resolve problems, prepare correspondence, and manage various projects and related responsibilities. May have financial responsibilities and may represent department at some functions. Other duties will include phone calls to patients and families related to scheduling and questions.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree in business or related field plus 2 years of experience in administrative support including 1 year project management experience.

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KNWA / Rogers

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


609 W Dickson, Ste 300

Fayetteville AR 72701





Farm Bureau of Arkansas / Little Rock

Summary:  Directly assists staff members of Public Relations and Public Policy departments. Assists with administrative functions. Meet and respond to members of the public, Farm Bureau members, Farm Bureau staff, and other relevant audiences.

Requirements:  High school education or equivalent and three to five (3 to 5) years of administrative experience. Proficient PC skills to include use of various software packages including Adobe Photo Shop, print, audio and video comminication tools. Proficient oral and written communication skills. Must have or possess the ability to acquire understanding of Farm Bureau organization and functions and public relations practices and techniques.

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KNWA / Fayetteville

Summary:  KNWA-TV / KFTA-TV, NBC and FOX affiliates, are looking for a newsroom experienced, tested-in-the-field journalists to join our reporter team.  We want someone who knows how to enterprise, knows how to connect with viewers, knows how to utilize social media and is well versed in new media platforms. We’ve got a well established newsroom, a fantastic community, opportunities for refining your craft and state-of-the-art equipment to help a strong reporter become even stronger.

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

Brook Thomas,

News Director


609 W Dickson, Ste 300

Fayetteville AR 72701





Log Cabin Democrat / Conway

Summary:  The Log Cabin Democrat is looking for an energetic, skilled and thorough person to join our news team and a general assignment reporter.

Description:  Produces local news content for our Web sites in multiple takes and in multiple formats. This could include shooting photos and video with most stories.  Is adept covering the news with digital tools and industry standard software remotely. This includes being familiar with transmitting content using, cellular connections, email and emerging protocols.  Engages in social media strategies and new media responsibilities as assigned.  Produces or assists with daily breaking coverage as well as in-depth weekend work or special projects and sections as determined by the editors leading coverage or departments on any given day.    Writes tight news stories with essential information in a timely manner for online as well as a fuller version for print, as needed.  This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities or working conditions, but is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job.

Requirements:  College degree.  Newspaper experience preferred, but a degree in journalism may substitute for working experience.

To Apply, or for more information:  Send resume, cover letter and samples of your work to:

Ricky Duke, Editor





Nevada County Picayune – Gurdon Times / Prescott

Summary:  The Gurdon Times and Nevada County Picayune in Prescott are searching for a community sports and news reporter with digital savvy and a desire to get involved in his/her beat.  The reporter must be comfortable with a range of story materials, from features to politics, courts and business. The reporter must have a digital-first mentality, engaging readers with timely reporting and social media. Developing relationships within the community will be crucial.  You will be independent in your pursuit of story ideas and sources.  The Gurdon Times and Nevada County Picayune are weekly publications.

Requirements:  Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, writing or comparable field.  Experience with digital cameras, video and social media platforms is a highly preferred.

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

James Leigh, Editor





The Trucker / Little Rock

Summary:  The nation’s premier newspaper for the trucking industry is seeking a highly motivated Reporter. Two years experience preferred. Graphic Design experience desirable. Competitive pay and benefits.

To Apply, or for more information:  Email resumes and samples to:

Kevin Jones, Editor




Staley Technologies / Little Rock

Summary:  We are seeking a proven efficient and effective full-time sales and marketing assistant.  Staley Technologies deploys technology to a list of global, blue chip clients. Services include design and installation of cable infrastructures and communications networks, systems development and implementation, electrical services, systems maintenance, and related services across wired and wireless platforms. With hundreds of employees across the U.S., we are poised to continue an aggressive, yet carefully managed, journey of growth and diversification as we move into our 64th year in business.

Description:  Perform various administrative functions including but not limited to: writing and proofreading documents; arranging travel reservations and accommodations; coordinating meetings with external vendors, internal staff, and current customers; field incoming calls and facilitate proper follow-up.  Review and create accounts, activities, dashboards and reports in Microsoft CRM application.  Submit expense reports and electronic filing for payment; coordinate approval for company card charges.  Research, develop and write content for internal communications and social media postings.  Coordinate and maintain vendor orders including but not limited to: business cards; promotional items; external marketing collateral; internal signage; sponsorship materials; employee recognition items.  Coordinate sponsorship and paid advertising needs and maintain schedules / deadlines.  Coordinate print production needs including shipping, pick up and competitive pricing reviews.  Update content on marketing collateral, proposals, responses to RFPs and sales support materials as needed.  Research, contact and solicit bids for new projects with provided scope of work.  Administer online surveys as needed using survey chimp or other applications.

Requirements:  Proven support experience in a professional setting.  Stable employment history.  Familiarity with CRM applications.  Strong planning, coordination, communication (written and electronic) and problem-solving skills.  Demonstrated proficiency in Microsoft Applications including Word, Excel, Outlook and PowerPoint.  Exhibits passion to learn, a “Yes!” attitude and an excellent work ethic.

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Daily Siftings Herald / Arkadelphia

Summary:  The Daily Siftings Herald in Arkadelphia is searching for a community sports editor with digital savvy and a desire to look beyond the score. Arkadelphia is home to two Division II universities, and there are four high schools in our coverage area.  The ideal candidate should be a self-motivated writer who is as comfortable on the field as he/she is in finding the motivations for the athletes, coaches and fans.

Requirements:  Candidates should have a bachelor’s degree in journalism, communications, writing or comparable field.  Experience with digital cameras, video, and social media platforms is highly preferred.

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

James Leigh, Editor





Windstream / Little Rock
Req. ID:  15000621

Summary:  The Channel Support Manager is responsible for executing the Consumer and Small Business Marketing and Go-to-Market strategy through placement of distribution, incentives, and operational support of the sales organization.  This position will work with the Marketing team to ensure alignment of message and delivery of strategy.

Description:  Manage & Oversee Channel Support Team - Six direct reports, responsible for Inside Sales, Retail, National/Local/Indirect Agents, Door to Door, Care, Loyalty, and eCommerce distribution channels.  Sales Channel Communication – Be the Channel voice and serve as an internal and external spokesperson for new product/promotions, channel training, presentations and events.  Develop Channel Marketing Calendar that aligns both with key customer requirements, promotional launches and other key business activities.  Sales Incentives -  Build Channel Marketing plans and incentives to support company revenue and unit objectives.  Develop integrated marketing and multi-channel campaigns within specified budgets targeting the right segmentations to launch new products and drive unit/revenue.  Sales Analytics & Trends – Provide weekly, monthly and quarterly updates on planned and delivered activities to the business.  Work closely with compensation to relay channel goals and necessary plan requirements/changes.  Policy & Process Development -  Develop process and policies, as needed to support Channel success.Educate Channels and Agents on company products and services, processes, procedures, and rules of engagement, etc.  Sales Tools & Vendor Support – Work with internal partners and external vendors to create tools that support the Channel needs and meet budgetary requirements.  Vendor contract management.  Distribution management.  Manage the Consumer/SMB Distribution Strategy through review and analysis of the channel performance.

Requirements:  College degree and 8+ years professional level experience with 3-4 years supervisory experience; OR, 12+ years professional level related experience with 3-4 years supervisory experience; or an equivalent combination of education and professional level related experience desired.

Preferred:  Expert-level proficiency with Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, and Excel.  Creative thinker and excellent communicator.  Extremely organized.  Experience working closely with a sales organization with a strong affinity for sales team success.  Experience developing and/or working with compensation plans and design.  A strong team player that is driven to succeed.  Ability to adapt to changing priorities and functions based on changing market conditions.  Ability to manage time and work effectively both in a team and on your own.  Ability to work independently in a fast paced environment.

To Apply, or for more information:        (search Job Number – 15000621)





ABS Financial Services / Sherwood

Description:  The Technical Writer is responsible for creating end-user documentation, training materials and CBTs, and video tutorials for ABC’s software applications.  This individual will collaborate with programmers, product management, business analysts, and product implementation to gain an understanding of the product or system under development and determine the appropriate type of documentation needed.  Much of the documentation produced is for the end-user audience, and will be in the form of online help files.  This position requires advanced knowledge of technical and end-user documentation types, documentation tools, processes, software engineering methodologies, and software development lifecycles.  Must have the motivation and ability to perform critical analysis about how users will interact with the software, and turn those thoughts into detailed documents and tutorials.

Requirements:   Bachelors degree, preferably in Technical Writing, User Experience, English, Computer Science or a related field from an accredited college or university.  Experience in the field of technical documentation, user education, or CBT/Video Tutorial production.

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Computer Aid, Inc. / Little Rock

Summary:  CAI is seeking an experienced Business Analyst / Technical Writer to join our team of qualified, diverse individuals. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced professional to work with a team of software developers, system architects, testers, and trainers to develop an enterprise level system in support of the State of Arkansas’ Enterprise Eligibility Enrollment (EEF) project.  This individual will work closely with the customers, developers, solution architects and technical writers in gathering and documenting their requirements, and working closely with the IT team to develop systems to specifications.  The role will report directly to the Arkansas EEF EPMT. This individual should possess leadership and team building capabilities and have strong interpersonal skills in addition to outstanding technical and programming skills. Must possess solid organization abilities and be a motivated, flexible team player.

Description:  Coordinate, conduct and document technical documentation reviews.  Technical editing of reports.  Work with technical staff to complete project documentation as needed.  Ensure required documentation is completed accurately and uploaded to SharePoint.  Assist Quality Assurance Manager in conducting quality assurance audits of project documentation.  Other duties and special project as assigned.

Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree (in related field) or equivalent experience.  Two years of related (technical writing and editing) experience.  Experience with Microsoft Office Suite.  Advanced Word skills.  Experience with SharePoint.  Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.  IBM Curam experience a plus.

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Heifer International / Little Rock

Tracking Code:  2015002

Summary:  Produce compelling, persuasive, and informational multimedia content in support of Heifer’s mission — from the initial creative meeting through the post production process – including writing, researching, shooting, directing, editing, graphic animation, encoding, and DVD authoring and burning, using professional video cameras, computer software, and nonlinear video editing systems.

Description:   Plan, write and produce scripts; produce professional videos to communicate educational, inspiring and engaging stories to increase awareness and support.  Collaborate in the creative design and media production process to effectively communicate the organization’s mission.  Brainstorm and develop video content distribution strategies to enable awareness, education, partner relationships, and fundraising.  Coordinate video production process for organization; provide project direction for shooting, editing and duplication process, including planning and management of project time lines; provide consultation and recommendations related to production and resources.  Cultivate relationships and content curation in support of brand awareness and fundraising.  Support the company in the fulfillment of all brand standards and identify areas for improvement.  Build comfortable and effective relationships in a collaborative environment.  Exceed client’s creative expectations; act with client’s best interest in mind; establish and maintain effective client relationships.  Monitor and provide recommendations for production budget.  Plan and facilitate studio and field-based video production including camera operation, editing, set and lighting design and audio production.  Provide a variety of video products and formats for broadcasting, DVD distribution, web casting, video streaming; provide insight and support for strategically maximizing YouTube, Vimeo, and other potential platforms.  Manage footage license agreements, requests, fulfillment and distribution; manage and report music use.  Create and maintain an archive of all audio and video assets.  Respond to requests for use of footage and advise internal and external constituents on related brand standards.  Search, identify and consult on the use of external resources (e.g. video production agency, freelancers, talent, etc.)  May perform other job-related responsibilities as assigned.


Requirements:  Bachelor’s degree plus two (2) years of related experience;  OR, high school/general equivalency diploma plus six (6) years of related experience.

Preferred:  Experience with events planning and facilitation and maintaining electronic video archives.  Experience in video production and photography.

To Apply, or for more information:          (search Tracking Code – 2015002)




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Girl Scouts / North Little Rock

Summary:  Develop and oversee effective and consistent volunteer training throughout the organization, including the planning, coordination, development, delivery and evaluation of adult volunteer training programs, support materials, and initiatives.  Delivery of council-wide adult development system with an emphasis on customer service and recognition to volunteers (including both long-term and episodic volunteers).  Implementation of the volunteer core curriculum.

Description:  Delivery of volunteer leadership training via classroom, self-paced and e-learning, utilizing materials and initiatives that support GSDAOT’s strategic direction and business objectives.  Responsible for recruiting, coaching and motivation of a corps of volunteer and staff trainers.  Maintain cooperative relationships and confer with department field specialists, volunteer leaders and trainers to conduct needs assessments, identify and analyze performance gaps, evaluate specific training needs, recommend appropriate training programs, tools and external resources as necessary  Oversees the volunteer recognitions and appreciation process. Assessing the council’s adult recognitions plan. Processing and reviewing the volunteer award nominations and working with Volunteer Adult Recognition Committee.  Promotes recognition of community members and leaders throughout the year, keeping current on National Awards that are available and attainable for all adults.  Provides ideas/materials for Membership and Program Departments to share with Service Units for Adult appreciations.  Orders annual recognitions from GSUSA and local vendors.  Involvement in the planning of annual volunteer trainer events such as Facilitator Retreats, conferences, training service unit meetings, and adult enrichment classes.  Coordinates facilitator and service unit participation in annual council-sponsored volunteer conferences and council-wide projects and initiatives.  Facilitate classroom-based and webinar training programs as needed.  Provides candid feedback in a positive and motivating way.  In partnership with Volunteer Pathways Manager conducts facilitator trainer sessions for volunteer and staff facilitators on approved training programs and follow up to assure programs are understood and applied consistently and appropriately across the service area.  Maintain records of recognition histories of volunteers in Personify/Volunteer Management Module.  Executes other duties as assigned.

Preferred:  Bilingual (Spanish) preferred.

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Free Webinar – Impact of Affordable Care Act on Arkansas Small Businesses – February 13

SBA LogoThe U.S. Small Business Administration Arkansas District Office and the Small Business Majority will present a webinar on Friday, February 13, 2015, on the Affordable Care Act’s impact on Arkansas small businesses and how entrepreneurs can benefit from the state’s health insurance marketplaces.

The free webinar, which is open to all small business owners, will feature Yolanda Olivarez, SBA Regional Administrator; Mary Timmel, Small Business Majority’s Midwest Outreach Manager; and Bruce B. Donaldson, Health Benefits Exchange Stakeholder and Producer for the Arkansas Insurance Department who will discuss the topics most relevant to small businesses. These include how the marketplace functions for self-employed business owners, small business tax credits, wellness grants, and cost containment provisions. Timmel will provide detailed information on Arkansas’ health insurance marketplace where small business owners can pool their buying power to help drive down insurance costs. Timmel will explain how the marketplace functions and how small business owners can join now that open enrollment has started. A question and answer period will follow the discussion. “Access to these new options, either the small business portal or the individual marketplace, will provide new options for many entrepreneurs to obtain health insurance for their families and their employees.” said Timmel. “Webinars like these help small business owners get the information they need to make informed decisions.”

A question and answer period will follow the discussion.

The webinar will take place on Friday, February 13, 2015, from 12:00 p.m.-1:00 p.m.  Central Standard Time. Small business owners can register for the interactive call online at . For more information, please contact Mary Timmel at 314-605-1645.