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Updated: Who’s hiring in the Las Vegas area? Here’s a list.

Updated May 12, 2020 - 9:02 am

Some companies have a need for extra help during the coronavirus pandemic. Here’s an ongoing list of hiring in the Las Vegas area:

U.S. Postal Service

The U.S. Postal Service is hiring multiple positions at post offices in Nevada. The jobs will pay $16 to $19 an hour at a variety of shifts for both indoor and outdoor work. People should apply at the Postal Service’s website. Applicants must be at least 18 years old.

Pizza Hut

Pizza Hut is looking to fill positions nationwide, including Las Vegas. The positions include cooks, shift leaders, restaurant managers, and virtual call center agents. Pizza Hut is also hiring more drivers. “Given the increased demand we’re seeing for delivery, we’re hiring new team members to help us feed America,” said Kevin Hochman, president of Pizza Hut U.S, in a news release. Visit jobs.pizzahut.com to apply.

Papa John’s

Papa John’s is hiring to help support communities across the country. “For anyone looking for immediate ways to earn an income, we’re making it quick and simple to apply, interview and be hired at Papa John’s,” said Marvin Boakye, Papa John’s chief people and diversity officer, said in a news release. Applicants can go to the pizza company’s website.

Pinkbox Doughnuts

Pinkbox Doughnuts is hiring for all positions at all locations in the Las Vegas area. The company still plans to open several more new locations in the valley and surrounding states in the coming year. Go to Pinkboxdoughnuts.com to apply.

Support.com

Support.com is expanding its operations and hiring people for remote support agent roles to meet the growing demand from businesses that need customer, technical and call center support for their operations or customers. “We’re honored to be in the position to create meaningful job opportunities for the rising number of Americans currently facing unemployment in this time of global crisis,” CEO Rick Bloom said in a news release. People can apply for positions on the company’s website.

DM Productions

DM Productions is hiring people in Las Vegas to field customer service calls for Fortune 500 companies from their home. “I think people here could really use my assistance,” owner Dan Steele said. “This could mean freedom from having to leave the house and worry about your day-to-day operations.” Applicants must pass a federal background check and a drug test that meets federal standards. Call 702-421-3017 or go to the company’s website to apply.

7‑Eleven

7‑Eleven and its independent franchise owners expect as many as 20,000 new store employees will be hired in the near future to meet increased demand and services. “This will provide job opportunities and ensure 7‑Eleven stores remain clean and in-stock with the goods our customers need during this critical time,” company President and CEO Joe DePinto said in a news release. Applicants should go to 7-Eleven’s website or inquire at their local store.

Albertsons

Albertsons announced it is partnering with 17 companies that have “furloughed” workers, including MGM Resorts and Marriott International, to hire 30,000 people for temporary, part-time jobs.

“The most valuable asset and the core of any business is people, and we are working hard with many human resource teams across a variety of businesses who are actively defining next steps for their employees,” Albertsons President and CEO Vivek Sankaran said in a statement. “We are grateful to be a resource to help fill a critical need in our own business and take care of people who want to continue working during this time of national emergency.”

Dedicated application sites have been established for employees from participating companies, Albertsons said in a news release. The partnering companies will provide links when they notify their employees about the part-time opportunities with the grocery chain.

Last week, Albertsons said on a Facebook post, “We need your help. We’re hiring for immediate openings! Apply at your local store or online now.”

CVS Health

CVS Health said it is embarking on the most ambitious hiring drive in the pharmacy company’s history, with plans to immediately fill 50,000 full-time, part-time and temporary jobs across the country. Roles include store associates, home delivery drivers, distribution center employees and customer service professionals. “Our colleagues have demonstrated an extraordinary commitment to providing essential goods and services at a time when they’re needed the most,” CEO Larry J. Merlo said in a news release. CVS Health plans to utilize a technology-enabled hiring process that includes virtual job fairs, interviews and job tryouts. Applicants can go to www.cvshealth.com/.

Dollar Tree

Dollar Tree and Family Dollar stores are hiring 25,000 full-time and part-time positions at their stores and distribution centers across the country. Dollar Tree, Inc. is looking for cashiers, stockers, equipment operators and warehouse associates. “We are committed to to serving our communities by providing customers with critical essentials, especially during times of uncertainty,” Dollar Tree CEO Gary Philbin said in a statement. People can apply at www.DollarTree.com/careers or www.Family Dollar.com/careers.

Smart & Final

Smart & Final is hiring temporary workers to help with cleaning and stocking at their warehousing-style grocery stores. “We’ve hired more than 750 new employees in just six days, and we are continuing to welcome individuals with a desire to help their communities until their affected businesses recover,” CEO & President Dave Hirtz said in a statement. People can aply at www.smartandfinal.com/careers.

Amazon

Amazon is still hiring in Nevada, a spokeswoman said. Amazon said last week it would hire 100,000 people across the U.S. to keep up with a crush of orders. No previous work experience is required. Because jobs open on a rolling basis, the spokeswoman said, the best way to get notified of open positions is by signing up for an alert online at www.amazon.com/jobsnow.

Dominos

Domino’s Pizza said that it is hiring about 10,000 workers in the U.S. to meet rising demand for delivery and carryout. Domino’s put out the call for delivery drivers, pizza makers, managers and truck drivers. Domino’s U.S. stores remain open for carryout and it is also offering contact-less delivery. Domino’s U.S supply chain centers are also hiring Class A CDL drivers, according to a press release. Go to jobs.dominos.com to apply.

Smith’s

Smith’s Food & Drug Stores are looking to hire people to stock shelves and help with deep cleaning the stores. “To help alleviate the increased workload, we are hiring immediately to make sure we have the food and supplies our customers need in a clean, orderly store environment,” a spokeswoman said in a news release. People can apply at www.smithsfoodand drug.com or at any local Smith’s store.

Walmart

Walmart is also hiring 150,000 new associates through the end of May to work in stores, clubs, distribution centers and fulfillment centers. In Nevada, the company is hiring 1,300 people. These roles will be temporary at first, but many will convert to permanent roles over time, according to a release on the website. The company is also implementing a new process to dramatically expedite hiring for key roles, like cashiers. Normally a two-week application cycle, it will be reduced to a 24-hour process. Anyone interested in applying should do so at careers.walmart.com.

Walmart is also growing the trucking fleet by more than 500 truck drivers this year, mainly across the West and East Coast. Interested drivers who meet Walmart’s criteria can apply at Drive4Walmart.com.

Chrysalis Las Vegas

Chrysalis Las Vegas, a 24-hour home care company at 3460 W. Cheyenne Ave., needs about 100 workers to assist adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, such as Autism, living in homes it manages in the community. “Our role is to assist them in living a meaningful life,” said John Gartman, the clinical director in Las Vegas. “There is no specialized degree, and we will provide all necessary on-the-job training before staff work in the home.” Applicants should go to the company’s website at https://gochrysalis.applicantpro.com/jobs/ or call 702-227-7300.

Telus

In addition to its AI & Bot solutions, Social Media & Content Moderation support, and Cloud Contact Center expertise to help ease customer service requirements, Telus International has work-at-home agent capabilities across the globe. To apply, click here.

BrightStar Care

BrightStar Care is looking for caregivers. Apply here.

Right at Home

Right at Home is currently seeking a personal care assistant. Click here.

Reborn

Reborn Cabinets has been a Southern Nevada staple since early in the 1980s. The company has experience surviving tough times and is looking to fill positions. Click here.

Dri Tech

Dri Tech has installed more than 50 million square feet of commercial roofing in Southern Nevada over the past five decades. To join the Dri Tech team, click here.

NTS

NTS Limousine is a limousine company located in Las Vegas. To apply, click here.

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Addus

Addus HomeCare is a provider of comprehensive home care and support services. It is looking to hire in direct care, skilled care and leadership. To apply, click here.

Contact Jeff German at jgerman@reviewjournal.com or 702-380-4564. Follow @JGermanRJ on Twitter.

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