Disability Rights Arkansas (DRA) is an Arkansas non-profit organization with funding and authorization from the federal government to serve as the Protection and Advocacy system for individuals with disabilities in Arkansas. DRA pursues administrative, legal, and other appropriate remedies to ensure the protection of people with disabilities in Arkansas. Cases include special education, employment, housing discrimination, abuse and neglect, right to treatment and freedom from harm. DRA pursues system change advocacy in addition to individual case advocacy.
DRA provides services to individuals with disabilities include information, referral, technical assistance, legal representation and investigation of abuse and neglect allegations. DRA also develops, publishes and distributes advocacy materials, participates in advocacy training, and monitors, analyzes and comments on regulations, plans, budgets, policies or proposed legislation that may affect the rights of people with disabilities.
No openings at this time.
Summary of the Interview Process
- Advertised positions will have at least a two-week posting (except in exceptional circumstances i.e., grant requirements)
- Applicants will submit applications for position
- Applicants will be reviewed, and interview selection will be made
- Selected interviewees will advance to a second interview (and additional interviews if required)
If you require an accommodation in the application process, please notify DRA Human Resources. Requests may be made in person, by telephone 501-492-5762, or by U.S. mail – Attn: Human Resources 400 West Capitol, Suite 1200 Little Rock, AR 72201.
DRA is an Equal Opportunity Employer. We do not discriminate in any aspect of employment with regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, veteran’s status or any other characteristic protected by state or federal law. Individuals who increase the diversity of our team are encouraged to apply.