Are you passionate about shooting sports? The Clark County Shooting Complex is recruiting for Part-time and Volunteer positions to assist in various capacities. Interested candidates should be flexible, able to juggle a range of different tasks, be comfortable engaging with guests and have a positive attitude.
Safety on the Range is our number one priority! Some of the duties that candidates can assist include: conducting a safe operation of static ranges, set up and tear down of equipment, managing inventory of ammo and supplies in a retail store, provide guests with answers to questions and directions, register guests and ensure everyone has watched the Range's safety video.
Part-time positions are being recruited for Range Safety Officers (RSO) for the Public Rifle/Pistol Center and pay starts at $9/hr. New hires would shadow an experienced RSO for up to eight weeks prior to being scheduled on their own. An applicant who holds NRA certifications or has previous experience as a RSO can start at $10/hr.
The current operating hours for the complex are 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Friday through Sunday for the Public Shotgun and Archery Ranges, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday through Sunday for the Public Rifle/Pistol Center and 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. Wednesday through Sunday for Registered User Groups at the Education Center Range.
"The Clark County Shooting Complex is a great place to work and volunteer," said Clark County Shooting Range Senior Management Analyst Steve Carmichael. "we are looking for friendly individuals who are safety minded and interested in providing a quality experience for our guests."
Details about the offerings at the Complex:
Archery - The Archery Center is equipped with two outdoor archery ranges. The first is a known- distance range with a large canopy providing adequate shade for archers and spectators. It hosts 80 shooting lanes with targets ranging from 20 feet to 100 yards. The second range is a 3D Animal Archery Course. A beautiful, all-natural desert landscaped 2.4-mile trail. The trail features shooting lanes with distances ranging from 15 yards to 60 yards. The 3D animal targets are as small as coyotes or javelina and as large as big horn sheep and full-size mule deer.
Sporting Clays - The 75-acre, 30-station sporting clays course features three shooting positions at each station for a total of 90. Sporting clays is a form of clay pigeon shooting that is designed to simulate the unpredictability of shooting live birds. It offers numerous target flight presentations with variations in speed, distance, elevation and target size.
Shotgun Center - This feature contains 24 combination Trap and Skeet fields, a 5,443-square-foot shotgun center with a reception area, a pro shop, shotgun storage lockers and a cafeteria. It also features 80 full-service RV sites, a clay target storage building, lit ranges and shade ramadas.
Rifle-Pistol Center - The public Rifle-Pistol Center offers: 30 shooting points up to 50 yards, 15 shooting points up to 200 yards, 15 points up to 100 yards, night lights, shade ramadas, concrete shooting tables, covered shooting areas, a 3,000-square-foot building with a convenience store, a reception area, a 30-seat classroom, restrooms and a pro shop.
Education Center -This 4,400-square-foot building contains three 30-seat classrooms expandable up to one 90-seat classroom, two offices for Nevada Department of Wildlife use and restrooms. It also features night lighting, a 100-meter archery range with 10 positions, a 100-yard range with 10 positions, and a 50-yard range with 20 positions. It includes a shotgun range and two walking field courses for hunter education.
For additional information, call (702) 455-2000 or go to www.ClarkCountyNV.gov/shootingcomplex. And be sure to follow the complex on Facebook and Twitter! The facility's address is 11357 N. Decatur Blvd., about five miles north of the 215 Beltway.