Arkansas Game and Fish Commission
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Mayflower, AR

$29,046 a year

4 days ago

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Mayflower, AR

$26,034 a year

18 days ago

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Little Rock, AR

$41,578 a year

30+ days ago

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Graphic Artist in Little Rock, AR
on April 14, 2020
The People Make it Fun
Typical government job issues - ineffeciency is always an uphill battle - but there is a wide variety of great field experience opportunities, quality people, and very good health benefits.
Line Judge in Jacksonville, AR
on April 10, 2020
I was extremely pleased with the job I held with the Arkansas Game and Fish Commission. I would be happy to be part of their program again. As a line judge I would typically ready my field for the days events by moving shells, eyes, ears, and sunscreen to my assigned trap field. The hardest part of the job was the large work flow of participants on and off the field. The most enjoyable part of the job was the coming together at the end of the day with co-workers and friends to enjoy a provided meal and optional housing.
Museum Programs Assistant in Jonesboro, AR
on March 2, 2020
The job itself could be amazing; you are in an important position to teach people the importance of our natural resources, by working with animals and in the outdoors on occasion. I was fortunate to be able to work here. However, the management is awful. For both the animals and part-time employees, one could never count on most of the supervising staff for any but the most basic tasks. They claimed to be flexible with college class scheduling and events but were not, even far in advance. With this, the opportunities to impact the public in the realm of conservation education still existed and made the job worth it for the months I was there.
Software Support Specialist in Little Rock, AR
on February 19, 2020
Good job if you are straight out of college but it does not offer a competitive salary. It can be a good experience if you are seeking a career as a full-stack developer. Roles might go beyond the job description.
Part-time Administrative Assistant in Mayflower, AR
on February 5, 2020
Coworkers are family! Happy, encouraging and family friendly environment. The hours are flexible and you are able to schedule around your needs within reason. Great position for a college student or mom who wants a little part time gig that is flexible.
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