The Clark County Shooting Complex (Las Vegas, NV) is looking to hire a new full-time Shooting Range Specialist with a shotgunning background. Applications can be submitted until June 30. The Shooting Range Specialist is responsible for overseeing shift operations by monitoring numerous part-time and volunteer staff who interact with the public on the shooting range. This position works on the range itself most of the time and not primarily in an administrative or office capacity.
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Education & Experience: Associates Degree and a minimum of one (1) year experience in the management or operation of a gun range or experience in formal firearms management. Experience may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis.
Examples of Duties:
- Provide continuous customer service to the shooting public and event participants on and off the firing line.
- Constantly observe Range Safety Officer staff and active shooter interaction to ensure efficiency and safety, and the safety of all those around them.
- Inspect vital inventory regularly, and re-stock such inventory as needed (clay targets, paper targets, ammunition, attire, accessories, ear & eye protection).
- Inspect and oversee maintenance of equipment vital to the operation, and knowledge of setting such equipment according to specification and governing rules, i.e., trap (Pat Traps), skeet (Duematic), and sporting clays equipment (Promatic), voice release systems (Canterbury), target management systems (Long-Range), target frames, range timers, and PA equipment.
- Routinely inspect all rental firearms and equipment provided by the facility.
- Interact positively with all public and event shooters.
- Interview, hire, and instruct part-time and volunteer staff in work procedures for all aspect and area of range operation and ensure adherence to policies and procedures; provide technical assistance when needed; inspect and evaluate work being performed.
- Implement requirements of the Environmental Stewardship Plan as set for the facility.
- Encourage and maintain a strong working relationship between indoor, outdoor and administrative staff at all times.
- Prepare and maintain records and reports related to shooting programs; assist with organizing, scheduling and coordinating shooting programs, activities and educational programs.
- Assist in the development and implementation of new programs.
- Prepare program outlines and estimates, required facilities, supplies and staff needed and implement upon approval.
- Requisition or obtain needed materials and supplies. Oversee delivery, unloading, transporting, proper handling and distribution of supplies vital to operations.
- Use standard office equipment in the course of the work.
- Drive a personal or county vehicle to reach various recreation sites and attend meetings.
- Promote county recreational shooting programs in the community and at other local and regional facilities.
- Contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of the unit’s service to its customers by offering suggestions and directing or participating as an active member of a work team.
- Respond to public inquiries and complaints related to shotgun programs and activities to maintain good public relations. Report and notify supervisor of public inquiries and complaints related to shooting programs and activities to maintain good public relations; identify any other problem areas and report to supervisor.
- Oversee public archery range operations, equipment and programs.