City Of Las Vegas Hosts Hiring Fair For Safekey and ReInvent Programs June 20-21

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Various Positions And Shifts Available For Before- And After-School Care Programs

The city of Las Vegas is looking to fill hourly positions in its Safekey and ReInvent programs and will host a hiring event/job fair from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tuesday-Wednesday, June 20-21, at 833 Las Vegas Boulevard North. Participants should bring their resumes and be prepared for on-the-spot interviews. Walk-ins are welcome, but advance registration is encouraged. Those who apply online in advance will receive an email to self-schedule an interview time prior to the event.

Positions average 19-25 hours per week with a pay range of $14-$25 per hour. The Safekey and ReInvent before- and after-school programs offer recreation and academic enrichment at 70 Clark County School District elementary schools within the city of Las Vegas. These programs provide a safe environment where children in kindergarten through fifth grade have time to work on homework, participate in extended academic opportunities, have a nutritious afternoon snack, and engage in fun recreational activities. These programs are offered on days that the Clark County School District holds classes.

     Positions available include:

  • Safekey/ReInvent After-School Program Site Assistant
  • Safekey/ ReInvent After-School Program Site Leader
  • Safekey/ ReInvent After-School Program Behavior Specialist & Site Lead Trainer

     Some of the requirements are:

  • Minimum 18 years of age.
  • First-Aid and CPR certification at time of hire/reclassification.
  • Maintain the physical agility necessary to demonstrate and maintain sports and other recreational games and activities, move and maintain equipment, and other physical activities as needed to provide the safety, welfare, and security necessary.
  • Experience using technology such as iPad, printer, cell phone, and internet-based applications.
  • Formal and informal education or training that ensures the ability to read and write at a level necessary for successful job performance. Position descriptions can be found online at

Preferred qualifications include a high school diploma or high school equivalency credential, experience working with children in a group setting, and communication skills in more than one language.

Any offer of employment is conditional and subject to successful completion of a background investigation, including, but not limited to, drug screening, fingerprint-based criminal background check, and Child Abuse and Neglect Registry clearance (NRS 432B.290.) For more information, call 702-229-6315.

MEDIA CONTACT: MARGARET KURTZ | 702.229.6993 | 702.249.1828 | [email protected]

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