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Looking for work in GIS/remote sensing, environmental science, hydrology, and so on. Have a BA in environmental geography and a MS in GIS. Prior to the recession I was a journeyman new construction plumber. Consequently, I am familiar with reading blue prints and isometric drawings, and I have experience supervising 1-10 people in a fast paced work environment.
 

REM45

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Looking for work in GIS/remote sensing, environmental science, hydrology, and so on. Have a BA in environmental geography and a MS in GIS. Prior to the recession I was a journeyman new construction plumber. Consequently, I am familiar with reading blue prints and isometric drawings, and I have experience supervising 1-10 people in a fast paced work environment.
Have you already looked into the government sectors in southern Nevada?
 
Have you already looked into the government sectors in southern Nevada?
Yeah. Had an interview at the water department but they hired my classmate. I check local government, federal, state, and military contractors jobs daily. There are only a few private sector employers for GIS, mostly civil engineering firms. All federal jobs i just get replies that say due to the number of qualified veterans we did not consider anyone who is not a veteran. Half the local government jobs are a ruse, because they already have an internal hire but legally have to post the job.
 

5.56 AP

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Do we have any concrete guys or contractors here who would be interested in doing a 2 car garage foundation in Mohave County, AZ?

PM me for specifics if so. Looking to complete this Spring sometime.
 

Idaho Shooter

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Looking for work in GIS/remote sensing, environmental science, hydrology, and so on. Have a BA in environmental geography and a MS in GIS. Prior to the recession I was a journeyman new construction plumber. Consequently, I am familiar with reading blue prints and isometric drawings, and I have experience supervising 1-10 people in a fast paced work environment.
Watch this website. New contractor at the NNSS.

https://careers-msts.icims.com/jobs...edirect=false&jan1offset=-480&jun1offset=-420
 

Sledge

stuck in the 80's
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Any nurses on the board? Moving up to Vegas in about 3 months and wondering how the nursing situation is as far as getting a job. Any preferred hospitals? Thanks
 

stitch702

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Any nurses on the board? Moving up to Vegas in about 3 months and wondering how the nursing situation is as far as getting a job. Any preferred hospitals? Thanks


Depends on experience. Medical surgical, Critical Care, Operating room? How many years have you been doing it? If you’re experienced, it shouldn’t be hard to find a job. Are you looking for higher pay or are you focused more on benefits? As far as the big hospitals, you have Sunrise, Mt. view, and southern hills all owned by HCA. Then you have St Rose: San Martin, Sienna, Delima; all owned by Dignity Health. Valley Hospital, Henderson Hospital, Sprimg Valley, Centennial Hills; I believe owned by Valley Health. Then there’s UMC and the VA to round up all the big name hospitals.


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Sledge

stuck in the 80's
Depends on experience. Medical surgical, Critical Care, Operating room? How many years have you been doing it? If you’re experienced, it shouldn’t be hard to find a job. Are you looking for higher pay or are you focused more on benefits? As far as the big hospitals, you have Sunrise, Mt. view, and southern hills all owned by HCA. Then you have St Rose: San Martin, Sienna, Delima; all owned by Dignity Health. Valley Hospital, Henderson Hospital, Sprimg Valley, Centennial Hills; I believe owned by Valley Health. Then there’s UMC and the VA to round up all the big name hospitals.


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15 years experience. Mostly in Med Surg. Some Psych and Detention health. Right now I'll be looking for anything i can get so i don't have to commute 4 hours at my current job till I find something there. I've read that Dignity pays most so I'll be applying there first.
 

stitch702

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15 years should be easy for you to find a job anywhere in this city especially for med surge. Dignity does pay the most and offers a pension. UMC pays the least, but their benefits and patient ratios are hard to beat. With 15 years under your belt you shouldn't have a problem of finding a job here. Welcome!


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Sledge

stuck in the 80's
15 years should be easy for you to find a job anywhere in this city especially for med surge. Dignity does pay the most and offers a pension. UMC pays the least, but their benefits and patient ratios are hard to beat. With 15 years under your belt you shouldn't have a problem of finding a job here. Welcome!


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Felid'Maximus

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Anyone here speak Japanese fluently? I know of an opening for a job. Start date is last couple days of February, first month would be spent in Japan, then probably Tesla Gigafactory after that. If so send me a private message. I don't keep tabs on this thread.
 

loic1

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Anyone here speak Japanese fluently? I know of an opening for a job. Start date is last couple days of February, first month would be spent in Japan, then probably Tesla Gigafactory after that. If so send me a private message. I don't keep tabs on this thread.
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60 years old and getting a little bored-----
45 years in manufacturing. CNC Programmer, shop manager and manufacturing manager. Worked for a few manufacturing software companies, sales, tech support manager and application engineer. ----
Looking for something to fill hours during the week. Can not hit the range every day, so my wife tells me DO SOMETHING GET OUT OF THE HOUSE---- Close to Boulder City would be nice----Not real picky right now, anyone have an opening or?
 
15 years experience. Mostly in Med Surg. Some Psych and Detention health. Right now I'll be looking for anything i can get so i don't have to commute 4 hours at my current job till I find something there. I've read that Dignity pays most so I'll be applying there first.
Dignity is good for pay, but be wary of the fact that de Lima is closing. Not sure how they are dealing with new hires and bumping rights. Just something to be aware of.
 

Sledge

stuck in the 80's
Dignity is good for pay, but be wary of the fact that de Lima is closing. Not sure how they are dealing with new hires and bumping rights. Just something to be aware of.
Closing for good? I can't find anything online about that but I'll take your word for it. Thanks.
 
Management has been holding their cards close to their vest, and not made any real public statements. They made an announcement a couple of weeks ago in house, after a very last minute email to employees. They say that they don’t know what they want to “transition to”, but want to complete it in 18-24 months.

RJ article here

BTW St. Rose (or Dignity) do not manage the micro hospitals, so it’s a different contract with lower pay.
 

titanNV

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