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Justice Technology Specialist - Center for Arkansas Legal Services

The Center for Arkansas Legal Services is seeking a qualified individual to be its Justice Technology Specialist. The Center is a nonprofit corporation which provides free legal assistance to low-income persons. The Center has six offices with approximately 45 employees, including 25 attorneys.

This position’s primary focus is the management of a large online catalogue with multiple formats of content and the platforms that delivers the content. Key duties will include: maintenance and expansion of the Arkansas Legal Services Online website; maintenance and expansion of automated legal documents; and other ongoing justice technology projects.

Other duties include: expansion of the current content catalogue with quality content ready for online/print publication in multiple formats; drafting and managing technology grants; and support for the online users.

Qualifications: Must have 2-5 years hands-on experience developing and managing websites and be technically uninhibited in learning new technologies; Minimum of an undergraduate degree; law degree is not required, but applicant must be familiar with legal services; and a passion for the concept of access to justice for all. Background in online media development; journalism; legal writing or other content production fields is preferred. Experience with Drupal, HotDocs, and other internet based technologies desired.

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.
Applicants must submit a completed application (available at, cover letter and resume to, or mail to:
Center for Arkansas Legal Services
1300 W. 6th St.
Little Rock, AR 72201

(501) 376-3423 

Minorities, women and persons with disabilities are encouraged to apply. The Center for Arkansas Legal Services is an equal opportunity employer.