VOLUNTEER AND PARK HOST OPPORTUNITIES

The Clark County Shooting Complex offers several opportunities for volunteers to help with the operation of the Shooting Complex. All volunteers are part of the Parks & Recreation Department “Parks Ambassador” program. All volunteers must pass a background check; receive hearing and blood-lead level testing, customer service training and specific training for their selected program.

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITES
            Range Host Line 
            Safety Officer
            Trade Show Program

RANGE HOST PROGRAM
Clark County Shooting Complex has 30 full service RV sites for resident hosts. Hosts primarily assist with maintenance activities by performing 15 hours of work per week per person at the Shooting Complex.

DUTIES
A Clark County Shooting Complex Host assists program supervisors at the Shooting Complex with the needs of the range including, but not limited to: assisting with grounds upkeep, range maintenance, custodial, and range operations. A Shooting Complex host should also expect to assist range staff with duties as a line safety officer and other duties associated with the Clark County Shooting Complex safety and range maintenance.

AMENITIES
A  host lives on site at the Shooting Complex in the Host Area, comprised of 30-full length covered RV sites with a patio, concrete pad, private BBQ grill, picnic table, and a community picnic area. Each site includes water, sewer, and electrical 50 AMP service and access to laundry facilities and showers. Internet and phone service is available at the Host’s expense.

HOST ELIGIBILITY:

  • Be 21 yrs or older
  • Own your own RV
  • Live on site at the Clark County Shooting Complex      
  • Perform at least 15 hours of hosting duties per week per person      
  • Perform light to moderate physical labor

The Clark County Shooting Complex is a recreational shooting complex. It is not an appropriate place for resident children. Applicants with resident children or resident grandchildren under 18 years of age are not eligible for the Shooting Complex Host Program.

Hosts may have children or grandchildren visitors for no more than two weeks visitation with advance approval through the Main Office. Junior visitors must be supervised by the Complex Host and may not enter other areas of the shooting range without adult supervision.  

LINE SAFETY OFFICER PROGRAM
Trained to work as safety officers, this volunteer program provides safe shooting supervision and assistance for shooters at the Rifle-Pistol, Archery and Shotgun Centers.

TRADE SHOW PROGRAM
Trade Show volunteers represent the Clark County Shooting Complex at trade shows and expositions.

The Trade Show Program, a key component of the Outreach Program, supports the Shooting Complex’s marketing goals. Participating as a Trade Show Volunteer is essential to furthering the vision of the Shooting Range through community involvement and information dissemination. The Trade Show Program consists of assisting staff at various venues including gun shows, business expos, fairs, and trade shows. Trade show volunteers directly increase visibility for the Shooting Complex throughout local, national, and international markets. Participation in local trade shows and events creates a strong presence, and enhances the vision and image of the Shooting Complex. Participation also boosts public awareness of the facility, its products, and programs.

  • The Trade Show Training Program provides knowledge and understanding necessary to setup and tear down various display configurations of equipment.
  • Training prepares volunteers with the public, during a show to answer questions and provide information about the Clark County Shooting Complex

APPLICATION PROCESS 

  1. Interested applicants may contact the Clark County Shooting Complex at (702) 455-2000, or via email at shootingcomplexinfo@clarkcountynv.gov.
  2. The Clark County Shooting Complex contacts the volunteer host applicant, to complete the application process.

*Note: An individual cannot volunteer at any County function until the background check is processed, completed, and the volunteer receives a County Volunteer Badge.

Main Office
11357 N. Decatur Blvd.
Las Vegas NV 89131
(702) 455-2000

  11357 North Decatur Boulevard
Las Vegas, Nevada 89131
(702) 455-2000
 

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