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Toys R Us hiring for Vegas retail jobs

Tuesday, September 24th, 2013

The holiday season is coming up, and to prepare for it, Toys R Us is looking to recruit thousands for Vegas retail jobs.

ToysRUs has announced plans to hire 45,000 employees to staff its stores and distribution centers nationwide as the company ramps up to meet the needs of seasonal shoppers.

Hiring for positions in stores starts this week and will continue through December. Seasonal workers at Toys“R”Us stores fill a variety of positions ranging from sales associates to inventory replenishment employees..

Additional seasonal jobs are available, including those designated specifically to help fulfill orders resulting from the company’s robust omnichannel offerings. Dedicated omnichannel teams work to ensure customers receive their purchases.

As part of its commitment to employing a diverse workforce, this year, Toys“R”Us, Inc. has expanded its partnership with the National Organization on Disability to seek out dedicated workers for jobs available at the company’s 10 distribution centers. Additionally, last year the specialty retailer hired more than 1,500 current and retired military service members for holiday positions with Toys“R”Us, and remains committed to supporting members of the armed forces.

“We’re proud to create thousands of jobs across the country as we prepare for our busiest time of year in stores and online, while presenting opportunities for hardworking individuals to find a permanent position with our company,” said Elizabeth Wood, Senior Vice President, Human Resources, Toys“R”Us, Inc. “Toys“R”Us is the one-stop shop for gift-givers looking to fulfill kids’ holiday wishes, and part of what differentiates us as a specialty retailer is having knowledgeable, toy-trained associates in stores to help parents find the perfect present for their child.”

Company hires for real estate jobs in Vegas

Wednesday, September 18th, 2013

A sign that the real estate business is growing stronger in Vegas comes out of the Equity Group, which announced it is hiring for real estate jobs in Vegas.

The Equity Group has brought on Neal Anzalotti, Tyler Mays and Jason Brooks to the company as vice president and senior brokerage associates respectively.

Anzalotti obtained his real estate license and joined Joel Laub & Associates (JLA) in 1990. While at JLA, Anzalotti focused on land acquisitions for major builders, built and maintained company relationships, as well as retail and industrial sales and leasing. A native Bostonian and 1978 Berklee College of Music graduate, Anzalotti moved to Las Vegas to start a music career spanning 23 plus years that ranged from Las Vegas strip production shows to world tours with many top recording artists.

Mays is a native Las Vegan and graduated from Bishop Gorman High School where he was a member of the men’s golf team. Mays attended the University of Nevada, Las Vegas (UNLV) for three years on a golf scholarship before transferring to California State University, Long Beach (CSULB). While at CSULB, Mays was First Team All Big West and received his bachelor’s degree in communications in 2003. After graduating college, Mays played professional golf for three years before starting his commercial real estate career with Sperry Van Ness in 2006.

Prior to joining The Equity Group, Brooks leased a real estate portfolio for a local firm consisting of over one million square feet. Brooks also was a marketing representative for an international Fortune 500 title insurance company where he was recognized as the top producing sales representative within the company. Brooks is currently pursuing his undergraduate degree in business and communication from UNLV, as well as his CCIM designation.

The Equity Group actively manages over 100 properties totaling over six million square feet while brokering over $500 million in commercial real estate transactions since 2007, of which $66.1 million in transactions happened in 2012.

“This is an exciting time for us. We are adding great brokers and growing leadership from within The Equity Group,” said Brendan Keating, principal of The Equity Group. “With the market showing good momentum, we continue to see year-over-year growth and opportunities for expansion.”

Company recruits for non-profit jobs in Vegas

Sunday, September 8th, 2013

Impact Las Vegas actively recruiting for non-profit jobs in Vegas.

It is specifically looking for 100 women who are motivated to make a difference in our community to join the organization by the end of the year.

Impact Las Vegas is a nonprofit women’s giving circle based in Las Vegas, Nevada. Membership consists of women who donate $1,000 each year by December 31st. Membership donations are pooled from a minimum of 100 members to fund an annual $100,000 grant to a Southern Nevada nonprofit organization in one of five focus areas: culture, education, environment, family, or health & wellness.

Once the minimum of 100 member threshold is reached, one hundred percent of member donations are returned to the community in the form of a grant. In June 2014 Impact Las Vegas members will each cast one vote to determine the nonprofit grant recipient for that year.

Impact Las Vegas is holding multiple networking events over the next few months for women to find out more information about the organization while getting a chance to network with other women.

“Most of us are not in the financial position to expand a day care program providing free or low-cost services for low-income families; or to help a senior community center purchase a new roof and build a larger recreational room,” said Maureen Romito, Founder and President. “However, all of us want to make a difference in the lives of our neighbors and families, and to have this kind of significant effect and transform our community in a positive way.”

“Impact Las Vegas,” she added, “puts each of us as Members in the financial position to make a significant, lasting difference in the lives of Southern Nevada citizens and to fund projects such as these to benefit our neighbors and community in a substantial way.”