Jobs in Las Vegas with Pink Jeep Tours Las Vegas

Pink Jeep Tours Employment Opportunities
Pink Jeep Tours Las Vegas is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Do you have experience or an interest in adventure tourism? Do you want to work in an exciting, upbeat, and rewarding company environment?

Pink Jeep Tours has been thrilling visitors as the premier off-road excursion company in the Southwest for more than 50 years. The first Jeep tour operator in the United States, the company was founded in Sedona, Arizona in 1960 and has since become known for its “must do” rugged adventure tours through Sedona’s Red Rock Country, the Grand Canyon, Scottsdale, and Las Vegas.

Join a team of professionals who love what they do, love the product, and love working for a company that sells FUN!

A blank application form can be downloaded here: PJTLV Employment Application

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Jobs in Las Vegas with Pink Jeep Tours – Mission Statement

PINK JEEP TOURS MISSION STATEMENT:

Through our commitment to the environment, customer service and company values, we strive as a team for the highest level of service and success in the adventure tour business. We sell fun and education, creating lasting memories!

OUR VALUES

Integrity

  • Be honest with ourselves, with the community and with each other
  • Be responsible for the environment, the tour & the safety of our guests
  • Observe our Permits at all times

Re-Investing

  • Re-invest in the company (buildings, systems, marketing, etc.)
  • Continually improve the fleet
  • Support the community

Customer Service

  • Deliver on our promises
  • Exceed customer expectations
  • Provide clean, safe vehicles
  • Employ approachable employees
  • When things go wrong, find a way to make them right

Great Place to Work

  • Great benefits, great pay, safe environment
  • Invest in our employees (healthcare, bonuses, training)
  • Respect and trust one another
  • Reward accomplishments
  • Create a culture of discipline and fun

Profitable

  • Make sound financial decisions
  • Ensure realistic return on investments and capital expenditures
  • Maintain relationships with vendors, Forest Service and the community
  • Plan, fund and staff projects accordingly
  • Without profitability, none of the other values are achievable