Whether you’re new to the communications field or you’re a seasoned veteran, you can advance your career here without having to sacrifice what matters most. As a family-owned and family-oriented company, we believe flexibility and community involvement go hand in hand with hard work and ambition.
Our employees are customer-focused and team-oriented. We communicate openly and honestly with each other, and we value ongoing learning and continuous improvement in our work.
We are looking for motivated employees with experience in areas including customer service, sales, network operations, engineering and more to join our team!
We regularly have openings across our offices in Arkansas and Tennessee. As we expand into new markets, we are also hiring in areas where we may not have an office location.
Use the map below to learn more about our locations.
With a population of more than 68,000, Jonesboro is the fifth-largest city in the state and serves as the regional hub of Northeast Arkansas. Jonesboro is home to Arkansas State University, the state’s second-largest college, and has a strong presence in healthcare, business, agriculture and industry.
Western Grove is a small community located in the heart of the beautiful Ozark Mountains, just a 15 minute drive from Harrison. If you enjoy hunting, fishing, hiking or canoeing, Western Grove’s quick access to the Buffalo River and numerous state parks makes it an ideal location for the avid or casual outdoorsman.
The small, picturesque town of Jasper is located in the heart of the Ozark Mountains along the Buffalo River, 20 miles south of Harrison and 60 miles north of Russellville along scenic Highway 7. People throughout the region visit the “Elk Capital of Arkansas” to enjoy activities such as canoeing, hiking, caving, rock climbing, fishing, hunting, mountain biking and horseback riding. The downtown square with shops and gazebos greet visitors as they make their way into the quaint city.
The easternmost settlement in the state of Arkansas, Blytheville is home to approximately 18,000 people in the city that lies just minutes south of the Missouri border and west of the Mississippi River. In addition, Blytheville is located just 60 miles north of Memphis, which provides residents with quick access to big-city dining, entertainment and an international airport. Agriculture and the steel industry have a significant footprint in the area.
Marked Tree is located along Interstate I-555, approximately 30 miles southeast of Jonesboro and 40 miles northwest of Memphis. The city of approximately 2,500 people, which sits along the banks of the St. Francis River, boasts deep roots in agriculture and manufacturing. Ritter Communications was founded in Marked Tree in 1906 and continues to operate an office in the city. The area is a favorite for outdoorsmen of all kinds, particularly duck hunters. Arkansas State University-Newport maintains a technical school campus in Marked Tree.
Munford is a growing suburb in South Tipton County, just 25 miles north of downtown Memphis. It prides itself on being a friendly place with a small-town atmosphere that provides an ideal setting for families and young professionals alike. An extensive park system offers entertainment for people of all ages, including organized youth sports and walking and jogging tracks.
The Central Arkansas town of Searcy, located 45 miles northeast of Little Rock, is the largest city in White County and has a strong presence in industries such as healthcare, banking/finance, hospitality and manufacturing. Harding University, the state’s largest private university, is located in Searcy and has an enrollment of approximately 6,000 students. Like many Arkansas cities, Searcy is large enough to provide residents with access to shopping, dining and entertainment but small enough to give it a home-town feel.
Affectionately known as “Flag City, Tennessee,” Millington is a patriotic city that hosts the world’s largest inland Navy base. Millington is located 20 miles northeast of Memphis and its economic development, community leadership and overall livability earned it the Three-Star Award from the state, which is Tennessee’s highest community rating.
Little Rock is the capital city of Arkansas and is also the state’s largest municipality. Located in the heart of Central Arkansas on the banks of the Arkansas River, Little Rock is home to a national airport and two major universities – the University of Arkansas at Little Rock and the University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences. From the Clinton Presidential Library and Museum, Pinnacle Mountain State Park, the Little Rock Zoo and the River Market District, Little Rock provides a host of educational and entertainment opportunities for the entire family.
Texarkana is a city in eastern Texas, with a twin city across the border in Arkansas. Spring Lake Park has playgrounds, walking trails and sports fields. The 19th-century Ace of Clubs House, now a museum, is shaped like a playing-card club. Interactive children’s exhibits at Discovery Place include a sound wall and general store. Built in 1924, the Italian Renaissance–style Perot Theatre hosts musicals and concerts.
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