Our newest book, which includes Arizona Highways iconic photography and maps, is sorted by region and is written for car-campers and families. Detailed information about accessibilty, amenities and fees is included for each campground.
Arizona Highways magazine is a division of the Arizona Department of Transportation and considers resumes submitted with the State. Information regarding employment with the State of Arizona can be found online at http://www.azstatejobs.gov/.
The Web site offers detailed step-by-step instructions for finding and applying for available jobs. You may also obtain recorded employment information at (602) 542-4966, or call statewide toll free at 1-800-488-9194.
Resumes should be submitted to:
Department of Administration Human Resources Division 100 N. 15th Avenue Phoenix, AZ 85007
When you submit a resume, it is scanned into the electronic applicant tracking system where it is kept active for six months. Tips for preparing an effective scannable resume include:
• Use white or light colored standard letter size paper.
• Make sure the resume you submit is clean and clearly readable.
• Use standard typefaces between 10 and 14 points in size.
• Use any standard resume format.
CURRENT OPEN POSITIONS: There are currently no open positions.
Vintage CoversArizona Highways covers have changed a lot over the years, from the first black-and-white image in 1925 to today’s full-color stunners. Explore their evolution in our gallery of vintage covers. ... [more]
Photo Submission GuidelinesWe welcome photographic submissions of original transparencies, 35mm slides and high-resolution digital files that exhibit the high quality we demand from professional contributors. ... [more]
Arizona Highways' HistoryArizona Highways was first published on April 15, 1925 by the engineers in the old Arizona Highway Department. From the very beginning. ... [more]