A Great Place to Work
The University of Arkansas recognizes the challenge of balancing work with personal life, and we proactively look for ways to help our employees do well at both aspects of their lives. This includes creating health insurance and retirement plans that work well; offering flexible work-time options where possible; promoting career and personal development; and giving paid leave for holidays, illness, vacations, children's educational activities and military duty, among others.
In 2012, the state of Arkansas recognized our efforts with the Governor's Work-Life Balance Award. The same year, the Chronicle of Higher Education named us one of the top universities to work for based on surveys of our employees.
We believe in fostering a culture among our faculty, staff and students that promotes a healthy balance.
Live Better in Arkansas
We are confident that as you learn more about the University of Arkansas, you will discover that you can Live Better in Arkansas.
The University of Arkansas, one of the largest employers in Northwest Arkansas, is the seventh fastest growing university in the nation and is consistently ranked among the top universities and best values in the United States. Fayetteville and Northwest Arkansas are also regularly and repeatedly at the top of best-places-to-live rankings.
As a university community, we value our employees and promote a healthy work/life balance. As an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution, the university is committed to providing an educationally diverse environment. We seek and welcome applicants who increase our diversity.
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