The RSCVA employs approximately 350 people at a variety of facilities located throughout Reno, Tahoe, Sparks and Washoe County, including the Reno-Sparks Convention Center, National Bowling Stadium, Reno Events Center, Reno-Sparks Livestock Events Center and the Wildcreek Golf Course! For full-time employees the RSCVA offers excellent career opportunities and an outstanding benefit package. For our part-time and seasonal employees, we offer a variety of interesting and challenging indoor and outdoor positions at many of our facilities.

Want to be a part of the Reno Tahoe USA team? Then please apply below, or come by RSCVA Human Resources located on the second floor of the Reno Town Mall, 4001 S. Virginia Street, Suite G, Reno, NV 89502 to complete your online application.

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Position                               Status          Salary               Location
Facility Service Worker     Full-Time       $12.06/hour      Livestock Events Center
The positions assigned to this classification perform semi-skilled work in the set up, staffing, and striking of events scheduled for the facilities of the Reno Sparks Convention & Visitors Authority and the care, cleaning and maintenance of these facilities. A Facility Service Worker is expected to be able to work by himself/herself without close supervision, and willing to work irregular hours and days including overtime, weekends, holidays and night shifts.
Pre-employment drug screening.
Minimum Requirements
Must be 18 years of age and have a valid driver license.
Knowledge of: the standard practices, materials, methods, equipment, and tools used in the custodial trades, including dust mops, spray buff machines, wet/dry vacuum; floor waxes and cleansers, furniture polishes, chemicals and disinfectants, metal cleansers, and the like.
Ability to: perform heavy and physically demanding work for lengthy and continuous periods of time.
Skill in: cleaning assigned building areas; using a variety of custodial equipment and materials; understanding and carrying out verbal and written instructions; establishing and maintaining cooperative working relationships; working independently in the absence of supervision.