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THE CITY OF BENTON IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
The City of Benton is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, age, sex, sexual orientation, marital or parental status, veteran's status, or disability. Furthermore, the city's commitment extends to all employment-related decisions and terms and conditions of employment, including job opportunities, training, promotions, pay, and benefits.
Applicants are required to submit a City of Benton application (original or legible copy) for each desired position. Applications must be received by the Human Resources Department by the closing date.
Human Resources Manager
501-776-5900, ext 106
Human Resources Assistant
501-776-5900, ext 105
Resources that may be downloaded
- Application for Employment
- City of Benton Employee Handbook
- Municipal Health Benefit Fund Booklet (2016)
- Employee Benefit Summary
- Non-Uniformed Retirement Plan
- FireFighter Eligibility Listing 2016
Current Job Openings
Animal Control Officer - Click here for job description.
Wastewater Collections Utility Worker - Benton Utilities - Click here for job description and application.
Water Mechanic - Benton Utilities - Click here for job description and application.
Utility Worker, Electric - Benton Utilities - Click here for job description and application.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Can I apply online for a job?
A: That option is not available at this time. Applications can be downloaded, printed, completed, and then mailed, faxed, or delivered to the Human Resources Department at the Benton Municipal Complex located at 114 S. East Street.
Q. Will applications be mailed, if requested?
Q. Are applications and/or resumés kept on file in your office for subsequent job postings?
A. No. Each application should be for a specific open or vacant position.