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The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer.
State of Arkansas job applications will not be accepted in lieu of resumes.
Resumes received after the deadline will not be considered.

Currently accepting resumes for the following positions:


Assistant Attorney General, Public Protection Department – Deadline to apply is October 15, 2021.
Investigator, Public Protection Department – Deadline to apply is October 15, 2021.
Information Technology Support Technician, IT Department – Deadline to apply is October 29, 2021.
Information Technology Network Specialist, IT Department – Deadline to apply is October 29,2021.

Details on positions can be found at the bottom of the page.

Apply by submitting required information and documents at one of the following options:

Arkansas Attorney General Leslie Rutledge
Human Resources
323 Center Street, Suite 200
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
positions@arkansasag.gov
Fax: 501-682-3439


Employment Application

  • Cover letter should include position applying for and salary requirements. (.pdf, .doc, or .docx file requested)
    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 600 MB.
  • Please attach your resume (.pdf, .doc, or .docx file requested)
    Accepted file types: pdf, doc, docx, Max. file size: 600 MB.

Assistant Attorney General – Public Protection Department

The Office of Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is seeking to hire an experienced attorney to serve as an Assistant Attorney General in the Public Protection Department. Candidates must be licensed to practice law in Arkansas and should have extensive knowledge of law and legal principles and practices relevant to the Arkansas Deceptive Trade Practices Act, or other consumer protection statutes and regulations, and/or complex civil litigation experience. Candidates should also have significant motion practice and deposition experience. The attorney hired for this position will provide legal representation to the State of Arkansas in matters involving illegal, fraudulent, or deceptive practices and in matters affecting the interests of consumers. The attorney will also provide consumer education to the public, as well as undertake activities encouraging business and industry to maintain high standards of honesty, fair business practices, and public responsibility in the production, advertisement, and sale of consumer goods and services.    The Office of the Attorney General is an equal opportunity employer.  To apply, please submit a current resume, a writing sample, and a cover letter that includes salary requirement. Deadline for receipt of resumes is 5:00 p.m. on October 15, 2021; the position may be filled prior to the deadline.

Investigator – Public Protection Department

The Office of the Attorney General is seeking to hire a qualified applicant to serve as an Investigator in the Public Protection Department. Assists consumers with a variety of inquiries/complaints and evaluates complaints if violations of consumer protection laws are involved or whether action is necessary.  Mediates with businesses on behalf of consumers to achieve equitable resolutions of consumer-business problems.  Refers any non-jurisdictional matters to appropriate agencies.  Assists business in bringing their practices into compliance with state consumer protection laws.  Presents consumer education and information during speeches and outreach programs.  Investigates cases involving alleged violations of consumer protection laws.  Assists in litigation preparation, including but not limited to preparing and organizing case files for review by the assigned attorney.  Educates consumers about consumer-related issues and how to protect themselves against scammers and identity theft.  Assists in the production of documents in response to requests made under the Freedom of Information Act (FOIA). Knowledge of investigative methods, techniques and procedures.  Knowledge of Arkansas Consumer Protection statutes. Ability to interpret and apply statutes, administrative rules and other authorities. Skill in applying investigation methods, techniques and procedures to develop evidence and compile information from records, personal interviews and inspections.  Ability to prioritize, organize, interpret and present complex information.  Computer skills, including but not limited to, use of Microsoft Office Suite, and other databases.  The ability to handle aggressive, critical, or hostile people via the telephone or in person.  Ability to make informative and entertaining presentations to the general public on behalf of the office. The Public Protection Department does not conduct criminal investigations.  To apply, please submit a current resume and salary requirement. Deadline for receipt of resumes is 5:00 p.m. on October 15, 2021; the position may be filled prior to the deadline.

Information Technology Support Technician – IT Department

The Office of the Attorney General is seeking to hire a qualified applicant to serve as a part-time Information Technology Technician in the IT Department. Responsible for the support of services, operations, and systems for the end users within the OAG. Responds to end-user requests for technical assistance in a timely fashion. Resolves hardware or software problems in response to user questions and requests for assistance by diagnosing the source of malfunctions, recommending or executing corrective actions, and/or consulting with appropriate staff or vendor. Installs, configures, updates, or replaces hardware and software for end-users. Monitors end-user hardware and software to ensure optimum operating configurations for all workstations, printers, and other technical systems and application. Provides general maintenance, upkeep and accounting of technical equipment to ensure functionality and security for end-users and accurate record keeping of equipment for auditing purposes. Performs other duties as assigned. The formal education equivalent of a bachelor’s degree in computer science, business systems, mathematics, or related field. Or completion of technical training in computer science, information technology, or a related field acquired from a vocational, military, or industrial setting PLUS two years of experience in computer support operations. Must possess strong communication skills, both oral and verbal. Knowledge of desktop and laptop computers, hardware/software, and applications and operations. Knowledge of functional areas of networking, technical, and user services and equipment. Ability to apply principles and techniques of time management. Ability to perform technical and mechanical functions and applications and to lift, move, and install equipment at user workstations, including the ability to move and crawl underneath office furniture. Ability to work within a team. Ability to manage several tasks while working under strict deadlines. Some occasional travel required. Deadline for receipt of resumes is 5:00 p.m. on October 29, 2021; the position may be filled prior to deadline.

Information Technology Network Specialist – IT Department

The Network Specialist is responsible for monitoring and troubleshooting the servers and networking equipment of the Office of the Arkansas Attorney General. The Network Specialist will also monitor and manage the agency’s security systems and report issues to the Chief Information Officer. This position will assist with user support for office employees as needed, and take the lead in planning and implementing some IT projects. The Specialist will also work with the other IT staff and the Chief Information Officer in planning and implementing large IT projects. Bachelor’s degree in Information Technology or related field or equivalent experience. Minimum of three years of experience managing Windows Servers and workstations with networking. Familiarity and experience with VMware, Cisco networking and security, local and remote backup systems, and Microsoft 365 preferred. Knowledge of document management applications, and legal processes working environments desired. Ability to work independently and exercise good judgement. End-user interaction required, must possess strong communication skills, both oral and written. Must be detail-oriented, work well under pressure and possess the ability to multi-task. Deadline for receipt of resumes is 5:00 p.m. on October 29, 2021; the position may be filled prior to deadline.

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Little Rock, Arkansas 72201

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