City of North Las Vegas

The City of North Las Vegas is a strong but nimble organization with nearly 1,400 employees dedicated to providing a multitude of services for more than 250,000 residents and a growing number of businesses who call the city home. As the city's population continues to boom, our organization continues to grow to meet the needs of our residents and businesses. 

Located at the northern tip of the Las Vegas Valley, North Las Vegas is one of Nevada’s fastest growing cities in Southern Nevada. North Las Vegas is characterized by its friendly atmosphere, development opportunities, civic pride and responsive government.

Benefits and Perks:

(Many of our positions offer the following)

  • 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs).
  • 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available.
  • 13 paid holidays off annually.
  • 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums).
  • Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees’ Retirement System of Nevada (PERS).
  • Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance.
  • Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options.
  • Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases.
  • Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall.

 

In addition to a balanced work/life structure of a Four-Day workweek (Yes, three-day weekends for most positions) As detailed above, The City of North Las Vegas provides a competitive employee benefits package including quality and cost effective health insurance for medical, dental and vision care, life insurance, as well as fully paid retirement and deferred compensation plans and so much MORE!!

This is an exciting time in the history of North Las Vegas. North Las Vegas is a unique community to live, work and play. North Las Vegas is already "The Community of Choice" for countess local residents, come make us your Employer of Choice as well!

Come grow your career with us, be a part of the action and make a difference!!!

42 job(s) at City of North Las Vegas

CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 20, 2022
The Role: We are looking for an Office Assistant to support our Land Development and Community Services Department. This position is responsible for providing technical or specialized office support requiring the regular use of independent judgment and initiative. Incumbents learn and perform a variety of technical and/or specialized office support duties to the assigned department. This class is alternately staffed with Senior Office Assistant and incumbents may advance to the higher level after gaining experience and demonstrating proficiency that meets the qualifications for the higher level class. About North Las Vegas: Established in 1946, the City of North Las Vegas is the third largest city in Nevada and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Serving a community of roughly 260,000 people (and growing!), North Las Vegas is comprised of a diverse group of residents, businesses and employees dedicated to positively influencing the community and making an impact! The North Las Vegas team is a caring and fun group of individuals who take a vested interest in each other's success. We lift one another up and challenge each other to rise to the occasion each and every day. We do whatever it takes to ensure that vital resources and services that our residents and businesses depend on, are provided in an efficient and effective manner. Community, accountability and teamwork is everything to us and at the heart of all that we do. We are proud of our accomplishments and work diligently to strategically align operations with the City's objectives. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. 13 paid holidays off annually. 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. Complimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Key Focus of the Role: (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Performs technical and/or specialized office support work, which requires the exercise of independent judgment, the application of technical skills and knowledge of detailed or specialized activities related to the department. Handles and resolves difficult and sensitive situations and responds to general requests from employees and the public for information; researches and answers technical/specific questions. Assists in the formulation of the budget including typing, calculating, and coordinating its completion. Maintains budget records throughout year, balances and reconciles budget and prepares financial reports. Confers with management to keep them informed on key issues to obtain their support and approval. Uses a computer to develop and manage databases and/or spreadsheet files to develop special report formats. Researches and assembles information from a variety of sources for the completion of forms or the preparation of reports; makes arithmetic or statistical calculations. Types and prepares drafts and a wide variety of finished documents such as correspondence, reports, forms, and contracts from drafts, notes, stenographic notes, brief instructions or printed materials using a typewriter, a word processor, or computer; transcribes dictation from tapes. Proofreads and checks typed and other materials for accuracy, completeness, and compliance with departmental policies and regulations. Initiates specified correspondence independently for signature by appropriate supervisory or professional staff; reviews finished materials for completeness, accuracy, format, compliance with policies and procedures, and appropriate English usage. Conducts specific projects related to the department or office; may obtain and/or provide information from other organizations, summarize such information and prepare recommendations. Provides information to the public or to City staff that requires the use of judgment and the interpretation of policies, rules or procedures. Arranges meetings by notifying attendees, reserving rooms and making lodging and/or meal arrangements. Organizes, maintains and purges various departmental files. Enters and retrieves data and prepares reports using a computer; reviews such reports for accuracy and makes corrections as required; operates standard office equipment. Oversees and personally performs a variety of office administrative details such as entering employee time, preparing purchase requisitions, arranging for the repair of equipment, transmitting information, and keeping reference materials up to date. Acts as receptionist and receives and screens visitors and telephone calls and directs the caller to the proper person or personally handles the call; provides information which requires the use of judgment and interpretation of policies, rules and procedures. Receives, opens and routes department mail; distributes department correspondence to appropriate destination. Organizes own work, sets priorities and meets critical deadlines. May be required to attend meetings at other locations, pick up and deliver supplies and materials from one location to another. Receives, tabulates, and accounts for fees and other moneys received by the department. May act as executive secretary to a board or commission; takes and transcribes minutes (depending upon department assigned); coordinates agenda, etc. Inventories and orders office supplies, equipment, uniforms, etc. to maintain sufficient inventory for departmental usage. Completes and maintains departmental purchase orders. Receives, opens and routes department mail; distributes department correspondence to appropriate destination. Performs those day-to-day activities that are required to keep the department (program) functioning effectively, but are not specifically related to project work. Assists department management with various special projects or programs. May have signature power for certain documents in authorized situations. May provide lead direction, training and work review to other office support staff; may organize and assign work, set priorities, and follow-up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work. May train others in work procedures and other job duties. Performs other related work as required. Qualifications and Attributes: Education and Experience: High school diploma or GED and two years of highly responsible office support experience. Prefer some continuing education in secretarial science, business or job-related. Licenses and Certifications: (Depending upon area of assignment) NCIC Certification. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Bilingual ( English/ Spanish) preferred Skills : Analytical skills necessary to perform numerical calculations to obtain totals, balances, and verify information from complex forms and transfer to computers or manual reports. Interpersonal skills necessary to effectively interact with internal staff, citizens and other City officials and staff in order to give and extricate information in a courteous and friendly manner. Skill in organizing and prioritizing tasks. Typing at a rate of 45 net words per minute. Typing at a rate of 35 net words per minute. (Commissary position only) . (Depending on area of assignment) May be required to take shorthand/speed writing at 80 accurate net words per minute. Position assigned to City Hall/Main Lobby Desk must be bilingual. Selection Process: Oral Interview: 100%. Passing Score is 70%. Posting closes December 21, 2021. Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-13 Minimum Salary: 19.03 Maximum Salary: 31.46 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under direct supervision, independently carries out programs for both indoor and outdoor parks and recreation activities. Works directly with program participants in a physically active recreation program environment. Recreation program assignments are varied and may include early childhood, aquatics, golf course, sports (adult and youth), class instruction, seniors, mobile recreation, special events, safekey (before and after school - elementary youth), and day camp. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists in setting-up and conducting recreational activities, field trips, and events. Registers participants and collects fees for activities and concessions. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Provides quality customer service to facilitate recreation programs and activities. Monitors and checks out athletic and game equipment. Responds to public and internal phone inquires and provides basic program information. Actively prepares, demonstrates, instructs and supervises small group recreational programs and activities. Assists with maintaining various program and participation records. Maintains a safe orderly environment during recreational activities. Performs general cleaning as needed to maintain a safe and sanitary facility. Regular and timely attendance is required. Performs other related duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Training and Experience: Any combination of participation, education, training, volunteer or paid experience that demonstrates the ability to assist with parks and recreation program services at an entry level. Licenses and Certifications: The below required certifications must remain valid and current during employment for the City: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a valid Nevada driver's license and satisfactory motor vehicle record. May require a Clark County Health Card within three months of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. Skill: Understand, follow and implement recreational and wellness related events and programs. Using tact, discretion, initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines. Communicating clearly and effectively, orally and in writing. Maintain a quality customer service relationship with individuals of all ages, race, ability, and socio economic level. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or m inimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or m inimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-4 Minimum Salary: 9.75 Maximum Salary: 9.75 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
The Role: We are looking for a Utilities Field Service Technician to support our Utilities Department with p roficiency operating a backhoe, working with hand and power tools, performing maintenance and repair tasks and performing required water tests. Performs a wide variety of semi-skilled and skilled tasks in the installation, maintenance, and repair of water and/or waste water systems. About North Las Vegas: Established in 1946, the City of North Las Vegas is the third largest city in Nevada and is one of the fastest growing cities in the state. Serving a community of roughly 260,000 people (and growing!), North Las Vegas is comprised of a diverse group of residents, businesses and employees dedicated to positively influencing the community and making an impact! The North Las Vegas team is a caring and fun group of individuals who take a vested interest in each other's success. We lift one another up and challenge each other to rise to the occasion each and every day. We do whatever it takes to ensure that vital resources and services that our residents and businesses depend on, are provided in an efficient and effective manner. Community, accountability and teamwork is everything to us and at the heart of all that we do. We are proud of our accomplishments and work diligently to strategically align operations with the City's objectives. Benefits and Perks: (Many of our positions offer the following) 4-day, 36-hour workweek, Monday-Thursday, 8:00 a.m. - 6:00 p.m. (May vary by position specific needs). 100% employer-paid Medical, Dental and Vision insurance plan option, with affordable low cost alternative plans available. 13 paid holidays off annually. 3 weeks of annual leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). 3 weeks of sick leave accrued each year (up to applicable maximums). Employer-paid participation in the Public Employees' Retirement System of Nevada (PERS). Employer-paid Term Life and AD&D insurance for employees, plus dependent life insurance. Deferred compensation 457(b) Plan, which is a government deferred compensation plan similar to a 401(k) plan. It offers both pre-tax and after-tax savings and investment options. Annual merit increase program based on performance evaluations and/or contractual wage increases. omplimentary access to our fully equipped fitness center at City Hall. Key Focus of the Role: (Essential and other im p orta n t res p o n sibilities and duties may i n clude, but are not limited to, t h e following) Performs skilled and semi-skilled work in the construction, installation, repair and maintenance of water and wastewater lines, mains and facilities; locates mains and valves by using maps, GPS or correlator equipment; locates all utilities by pot-holing; determines the amount of hand digging required; prepares barricade plans and sets up and removes barricades to protect crews from street traffic; excavates and backfills sidewalks, streets, trenches and culverts using hand and power tools; exposes mains and lines, following safe dig practices and shutdown procedures; installs and removes various types of trench shoring; assesses damage and determines materials required to make repairs; cuts mains, lines, pipes and cables to permit repairs and installation; replaces old mains and pipes; performs main taps under pressure or following main shutdowns; operates large and small valves to shut -off and turn on water service. Performs skilled work in assembling, laying and aligning water and wastewater mains and service lines; establishes stable main and pipe base when necessary; cuts pipes using saws, pipe-cutters, torches and other tools; caulks joints; threads and bends pipe. Works in vaults and other confined spaces, utilizing proper safety techniques and equipment in accordance with City and departmental safety policies and procedures; lifts and removes vault lids; ventilates vaults; performs vault repairs. Must be able to perform tasks while wearing airline respirator equipment. Locates buried valves at varying underground depths; inspects and tests valves; determines water flow direction and performs required main shutdown procedures; installs, repairs and replaces corporation stop, angle meter stop and curb stop valves under pressure or following main shutdowns; assembles and repairs pressure reducing and air vacuum release valves; fabricates valve fittings; installs and repairs meters. Repairs meter and valve boxes; raises and lowers valve boxes; removes broken and installs new sections; centers valve boxes; backfills and tamps with gravel; tamps asphalt fill to grade. Installs and maintains automated metering infrastructure (AMI) devices. Installs, repairs and replaces and maintains fire hydrants. Operates a variety of equipment including dump trucks, backhoes, vacuum trucks, skip loaders, compressors, tapping machines, concrete saws, valve machines, jack hammers, pipe cutters, concrete saws and a wide variety of other hand, hydraulic and power equipment; checks condition of equipment; cleans and maintains tools and equipment used. Provides customer assistance on water quality and pressure requests, and flush fire hydrants; blow off dead end lines; performs leak detection. Performs inventory and supply duties: keeps records of all parts in and out of part room. Reviews and prioritizes work orders, and uses available resources to complete work assignments of varying nature and difficulty in the operation and maintenance of City water and waste water systems. Responds to emergency call outs and may be required to be on standby. Regular and timely attendance is required. Applicant must be able to work any shift and will be subject to stand by. Performs other duties as required. Qualifications and Attributes: High school diploma or equivalent AND additional vocational or technical training in mechanical maintenance is preferred. Two (2)years of progressively responsible experience performing construction and maintenance in the repair and maintenance of water and wastewater systems preferred. Experience using a backhoe in small or large water and wastewater systems construction/maintenance or utility construction or utility maintenance is preferred. Must possess a valid Nevada State Class "A" Commercial Driver's License with tanker endorsements, within six months of the time of hire/reclassification. Must possess State of Nevada Water Distribution Operator Certificate, Grade I, at the time of application for hire, promotion, transfer or reclassification. Completion of OSHA 10 Hour construction course no later than 15 days after starting in position. Proficiency operating a backhoe . Working with hand and power tools. PRE-EMPLOYMENT SCREENING: Candidates for this position are subject to a Pre-employment screening. Pre-employment screening includes but is not limited to: Local and State Criminal History Check; Federal Criminal History Check via submission of fingerprints, and a drug screen. Selection Process Practical Exam Required: Passing Score of 70% or Higher to proceed to the Oral Panel Interview Oral Interview: 100% Passing Score: 70% Additional Information People Group: Teamster Non Supervisor Compensation Grade: TNE-17 Minimum Salary: 22.55 Maximum Salary: 38.02 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor IV - $11 per hour This position requires a minimum of 2 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - III. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III OR Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor VI -$15 per hour This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - V. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III or Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor V In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor IV: One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor VI In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor V: One year of experience as a Class Instructor V or Minimum of five years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Advanced certifications in the related program area may be required. CPR/First Aid certification may be required. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-12 Minimum Salary: 15 Maximum Salary: 15 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. Class Instructor V - $12 per hour This position requires a minimum of 3 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : To provide support and leadership regarding the technical aspects of City and Departmental special events; perform a variety of technical tasks associated to job duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Provide technical support at city-wide productions and events, as well as Mobile Stage rentals. Operation of small hand tools, generators, media equipment, hydraulic lifts, lighting equipment, and professional sound equipment. Train assigned employees in the methods and practices of live/recorded sound applications. Set up, test and operate various mixing consoles, power amplifiers, Front of House and Monitor speakers. Mix sound and lighting for various types of live bands and entertainment venues. Ensure safe work practices. Ensure that assigned facilities and equipment are maintained in proper working condition. Procure materials for assigned facilities. Enforce OSHA and fire regulations and enforce security of theater equipment. Mix professional sound and lighting in live entertainment settings. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience: Graduation from high school or equivalent Two years of technical stage craft experience Licenses and Certifications: Possession of an appropriate, valid driver's license on date of application. CDL certification desired, but not mandatory. Skills: Methods and techniques of sound, stage and lighting. Technical understanding of quality Front of House mixes. Mixing of live and recorded sound, operation of monitor mixes; the use of compression and equalization devices as they relate to live sound applications. Must have technical ability to troubleshoot problems as related to live sound and lighting applications. Must understand principles as related to electrical currents, Ohms Law and impedance as related to the operation of professional sound equipment. Principles and practices of stage and directing techniques as applied to providing technical support. Simple stage techniques procedures, reading and writing stage plots, labeling and instrument schedules. Basic carpentry skills. Material Safety Data Sheets procedures. Occupational hazards and standard safety practices. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-12 Minimum Salary: 15 Maximum Salary: 15 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
This Position works out of Craig Ranch Recreation Center. JOB SUMMARY : To provide support and leadership regarding the technical aspects of City and Departmental special events; perform a variety of technical tasks associated to job duties. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Oversees and supervises all technical support at city-wide productions and events, as well as Mobile Stage rentals. Responsible for coordinating the logistics of Mobile Stage rentals and or technical support at City-wide productions and events to include staffing with department supervisor or other internal departments involved. Operation of small hand tools, generators, media equipment, hydraulic lifts, lighting equipment, and professional sound equipment. Train assigned employees in the methods and practices of live/recorded sound applications. Supervises employees during live/recorded sound productions and evaluates their performance. Set up, test and operate various mixing consoles, power amplifiers, Front of House and Monitor speakers. Mix sound and lighting for various types of live bands and entertainment venues. Ensure safe work practices. Ensure that assigned facilities and equipment are maintained in proper working condition. Procure materials for assigned facilities. Enforce OSHA and fire regulations and enforce security of theater equipment. Mix professional sound and lighting in live entertainment settings. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience: Graduation from high school or equivalent Two years of technical stage craft experience Licenses and Certifications: Possession of an appropriate, valid driver's license on date of application. CDL certification desired, but not mandatory. Skills: Methods and techniques of sound, stage and lighting. Technical understanding of quality Front of House mixes. Mixing of live and recorded sound, operation of monitor mixes; the use of compression and equalization devices as they relate to live sound applications. Must have technical ability to troubleshoot problems as related to live sound and lighting applications. Must understand principles as related to electrical currents, Ohms Law and impedance as related to the operation of professional sound equipment. Principles and practices of stage and directing techniques as applied to providing technical support. Simple stage techniques procedures, reading and writing stage plots, labeling and instrument schedules. Basic carpentry skills. Material Safety Data Sheets procedures. Occupational hazards and standard safety practices. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-14 Minimum Salary: 16 Maximum Salary: 16 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS : (Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following) Assists city maintenance personnel in manual labor duties. May assist in cleaning drainage structures; digging and backfilling trenches; patching pavement; removing, transplanting, pruning, trimming and spraying of trees and shrubbery. Cleaning mechanical equipment. Acting as flag man. Assist in loading and unloading supplies. Lifting and moving heavy objects. Cleaning, repairing and painting guard rails and traffic signs. Cleaning roadsides; removing debris and clearing undergrowth. Doing miscellaneous unskilled tasks for tradesmen. Simple painting and repair work. Performs other duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : High school diploma or equivalent. Any combination of education, training, and experience which produces knowledge, skills and abilities required for the job and related to the essential functions of the position. Licenses and Certifications : Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-6 Minimum Salary: 10 Maximum Salary: 10 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor IV - $11 per hour This position requires a minimum of 2 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - III. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV: In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III OR Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
This position is located at the Golf Course JOB SUMMARY : Under general supervision, this position is responsible for development and instruction for a variety of specialized programs and is responsible for performance of assigned lead program specialist duties.. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Organizes and supervises early childhood instruction, sports, seniors, mobile recreation, and day camp. Supervises and participates in the development of curriculum and the conduct of programs for the Recreation Division. Supervises, plans and organizes a variety of activities: arts/crafts, games, special events, sports, music/dance. Schedules work shifts of assigned program specialist staff; monitors work performance of assigned program specialists staff and reports performance to assigned supervisor. Trains assigned program specialists on the policies and procedures applicable to the work. Maintains and submits records and reports, handles money and makes up deposits, organizes registration forms, medical forms, and reviews and submits incident reports. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Attends meetings as assigned. Work with parents/guardians of participants in reference to participant's behavior and discipline. Services as department representative at assigned league play and special events. Officiate sports contests as needed. Supervises and assures building grounds and physical facilities readiness. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Three years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education, or closely related acceptable field or two years of training or experience in Recreation, Physical Education or closely related acceptable field and one year as Program Specialist with the City of North Las Vegas. Minimum age of 18. Licenses and Certifications: May require a Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Techniques of Alcohol Management card at time of hire/reassignment. May require a Clark County Health Card at time of hire/reassignment. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-8 Minimum Salary: 11 Maximum Salary: 11 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY: ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. Class Instructor V - $12 per hour This position requires a minimum of 3 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - IV. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-9 Minimum Salary: 12 Maximum Salary: 12 Pay Basis: HOURLY
CITY OF NORTH LAS VEGAS North Las Vegas, Nevada, USA
Jan 01, 2022
JOB SUMMARY : Under the direction of the recreation programmer for classes, perform a variety of duties instructing or leading individuals in a variety of recreation classes. DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS Class Instructor VI -$15 per hour This position requires a minimum of 5 years of experience supervising and/or teaching a program/class directly related to the class/program area to be taught. Advanced professional certifications related to the program area being taught are preferred and may be required dependent on the program area. Incumbents will supervise/teach programs and/or classes independently. Incumbents may be responsible for the supervision of Class Instructors I - V. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: (All incumbents may not perform all duties). Assists, plans, organizes, and instructs a class in a specialized recreation area. Explains and demonstrates activity techniques to class or program participants. Prepares and/or submits orders for class materials and supplies. Observes necessary precautions to insure safety of participants. Takes appropriate actions in emergency situations. Maintains and submits attendance records and reports and submits incident reports as necessary. Orders and maintains supplies and equipment for the assigned locations. Supervises and insures class area readiness. Sets up and monitors class equipment and ensures its return in serviceable condition. Understands and implements Parks and Recreation Department Policies and procedures. Performs other related duties as required. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED : Education and Experience : Class Instructor I Minimum age of 18. High School Diploma or equivalent. Class Instructor II In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor I: One year of experience as a Class Instructor I or Minimum of one year experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor III In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor II: One year of experience as a Class Instructor II or Minimum of 18 months experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor IV In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor III: One year of experience as a Class Instructor III or Minimum of two years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor V In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor IV: One year of experience as a Class Instructor IV or Minimum of three years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Class Instructor VI In addition to the requirements of Class Instructor V: One year of experience as a Class Instructor V or Minimum of five years experience teaching and/or supervising classes in a closely related program area. Advanced certifications in the related program area may be required. CPR/First Aid certification may be required. Licenses and Certifications: Standard First Aid and CPR Certificate may be required at time of hire/reclassification, dependent on program area. Advanced certifications related to the program area being taught may be required. Must possess a valid state driver's license and maintain satisfactory motor vehicle record and ability to obtain appropriate Nevada state driver's license within required time frame. Additional Information People Group: Temporary Compensation Grade: TMP-12 Minimum Salary: 15 Maximum Salary: 15 Pay Basis: HOURLY