Recruiters Needed

Make $15+ per hour - Paid bi-weekly - No taxes (1099)

WHO: Major television networks
WHAT: Recruit tourists to view new TV pilots
WHERE: Four testing studios on Las Vegas Blvd
WHEN: Daily work in April/May 2017 - On Call after May.


Job Description

Las Vegas Convention Services & Partners are looking for outgoing individuals with fun, yet professional personalities to work with our team during the 2017 Pilot Season.

What is Pilot Season? Major networks like NBC/Universal produce dozens of TV pilots each year, all of which need to be tested before airing. To find out what the viewing public thinks about these new TV shows, the networks must conduct market research. They do research all year but focus on a 1-2 month period in the spring each year called Pilot Season. To assure success, it's important that networks hear the opinions of thousands of people from all over the country. And, being one of the top tourist locations in the U.S., Las Vegas provides the perfect location to gather opinions from people who live in New York, Texas, California and every state in between.

CAMPAIGN GOALS. Our objective for the 2017 Pilot Season is to recruit 15,000 tourists to watch the new TV pilots. To meet this goal, we are hiring a total of 200 recruiters that will be working in Las Vegas. We expect to be working 7 days a week during April and into May, 9:00 a.m. - 9:00 p.m. We are looking for energetic people to work with us either full or part time. After pilot season ends in May, work will continue on an on-call weekly basis. Schedules are flexible, based on your availability.

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PILOT SEASON RECRUITERS. Each recruiter hired will work with a smaller team of at least three other recruiters in a high-traffic location near one of our testing studios located inside four major resorts on Las Vegas Blvd. Each location will have large signage and displays designed to add hype and create a buzz. Recruiters are utilized to engage tourists as they walk by, determine their eligibility via demographics, then inform them if they qualify to view a sneak preview of a never-before-seen television pilot. Since we pay cash to each participant, most tourists are eager to participate once they realize they qualify. (We pay each participant between $10-$35 per show). Some tourists also want to participate for the "experience". (The experience provides a unique opportunity for participants to share their opinions with the networks, while assisting in the fate of a new TV show). The total process usually takes less than an hour, and most people really enjoy the experience.

What We're Looking For

• Outgoing personality a must
• Inviting smile & fun attitude
• Professional and punctual
• Strong work ethic
• Sales & customer service experience a plus
• All ages encouraged to apply

What Makes This Job Rewarding

• Looks great on a resume
• Learn how demographics affect market research
• Fast-paced work environment
• Work independently and as part of a team
• Daily contests! Earn cash bonuses!!!
• Opens the door to work convention projects