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New restaurant holding job fair

A new restaurant set to open at Town Square is hosting a job fair to fill 60 positions both in the front and the back of the house.

New Pot Liquor CAS – Contemporary American Smokehouse is set to open in September and staff training will start in mid-August. The new eatery will be next to Crazy Pita and across from the Green at Town Square.

They are looking for full-time positions as host, hostess, bussers, food runners, food servers, bar tenders, bar-backs and cooks.

People interested in applying should come with a resume, references and be prepared for an interview.

The job fair will be from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Thursday and Friday at Suite C-154 at the shopping center, which was formerly the home of Pete’s Piano Bar.

 

GameWorks hosting three-day job fair

GameWorks is hosting a three-day job fair ahead of the opening of its new location at Town Square.

The arcade and restaurant is looking to fill nearly 100 positions for line cooks, bartenders, servers, food runners and bar backs, along with arcade technicians. People interested in a job need to fill out an online application before coming to the job fair.

The fair will be from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Wednesday through Friday. 

Wet 'n' Wild Taking Applications for Seasonal Jobs

Wet 'n' Wild Taking Applications for Seasonal Jobs

Wet 'n' Wild is getting ready for its second season and is looking to hire 450 people.

The water park is looking to fill dozens of positions, including lifeguards, admissions, guest services, food and beverage, security and emergency medical technicians.

The water park is set to open April 12 and will stay open through September. People interested in applying need to go to wetnwildlasvegas.com and look under the employment tab.

The Wet 'n' Wild team will review applications and select people for follow up interviews in the next few months.

The minimum age requirement for employment is 16, at the time the park opens, or 18, depending on the position. Details on requirements for jobs are available on the park's website.

People can also find information on ticket prices and season passes.

Job Fair Planned for Wednesday

Local credit union, WestStar Credit Union, will be hosting a job fair to help Las Vegans get back to work.

The Find a Job in Vegas job fair will be from 11 a.m. to  3 p.m. Wednesday at the Mardi Gras Ballroom at The Orleans Hotel and Casino.

The job fair will feature employers looking for full-time and part-time employees. Multi-level marketing, start-up opportunities, colleges and trade schools will not be invited to the event.

People who are members of the credit union will be allowed entry through a separate line. Members just need to show their WestStar ATM or VISA Debit Card. 

New Solar Company Hopes to Add Hundreds of Jobs

New Solar Company Hopes to Add Hundreds of Jobs

A new company has opened its doors in a popular shopping area, creating more jobs and making Nevada more solar-friendly.

Clark County and state lawmakers joined Governor Brian Sandoval and Democratic Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid for the grand opening Wednesday of SolarCity's new call center in Town Square.

By the end of the year, it will employ 250 people. The company installs home solar panel systems in 14 states.

Nevada is not yet one of them, but SolarCity is working with lawmakers and state officials to change that.

"To think what is possible in Nevada, there is not a state in the union that is more capable of being energy independent than the state of Nevada. We have so much potential with the sun," Senator Reid said.

SolarCity is getting some tax payer money to help their business grow. If the company is able to add 800 jobs in the next three years, it will get $1.2 million from the Catalyst Business Fund.

Thousands of Applications Already Received for Wet 'n' Wild Jobs

Thousands of Applications Already Received for Wet 'n' Wild Jobs

 

Only one day into the hiring process for the new water park in the southwest part of the Las Vegas valley and developers have already received 3,600 applications.

Wet 'n' Wild announced Wednesday that it was looking to hire 300 workers for the park, which is set to open Memorial Day.

The positions are seasonal and include everything from lifeguards to food and beverage and security.

Many of the applications were from people applying for several different jobs, a spokesperson for Wet 'n' Wild said.

Managers will now review the applications and select applicants for interviews.

To apply, go to wetnwildlasvegas.com.

New Restaurant Looking for Workers

New Restaurant Looking for Workers

 

A new restaurant is looking for workers to fill several different shifts.

Bonefish Grill is set to open its doors at Town Square March 18. It needs 100 employees to fill positions ranging from server to host to kitchen staff.

To apply, go to bloominbrandscareers.com/bonefish. People can also get an application at the restaurant, 6527 Las Vegas Boulevard South. Qualified applicants will then be interviewed.  

Applications will be accepted through March 18.