|Thank you for your interest in job
opportunities at Treasures Gentlemen's Club.
Treasures Gentlemen's Club exceeds
expectations by offering a hip, energetic and fun atmosphere with an
unparalleled blend of the Las Vegas experience in a convenient and
comfortable setting. We are looking for individuals to join
Treasures Gentlemen's Club who possess the rare combination of
energy, passion and dedication to support this philosophy.
To express an interest in any open
position at the Treasures Gentlemen's Club click the link to the
left of the opportunity or call 702-259-GIRL.
Legal Info Regarding Work Cards
Erotic Dance/Adult Businesses
6.160.080 Clark County Code Work Identification Card
6.160.090 Clark County Code Work Identification Card
Application and Issuance
6.06B.070 Las Vegas Municipal Code Attendant and server
work identification cards - required
6.06B.080 Las Vegas Municipal Code Attendant and server
work identification cards - issuance, suspension or revocation
6.06B.085 Las Vegas Municipal Code Work Identification
Work card processing includes
interviewing, fingerprinting and photographing. The work card is
similar in size to a driverís license and is issued the same day
as applied for provided there are no complications during the
issues work cards at two locations:
The Las Vegas
office is located at
5880 Cameron St. For general information, call (702)
office is located at 101 Civic Way (P.O. Box 2284).
For general information, call (702) 298-4282.
Work cards currently are issued
from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday-Friday and closed all federally
Current Positions Available
dancers require a Sheriffs Card.
bar staff require a Sheriffs Card & a TAM Card.
Valet positions require a clean & safe Nevada driving
Eligibility for work cards
To apply for a work card,
- Have a signed referral slip
from your prospective employer.
- Be 21 years old if dispensing
or selling alcoholic beverages
- Juveniles 17 and under must
bring a permit from Clark County Juvenile Court Services, 601
N. Pecos., when applying for a work card.
- Certified copy of birth
certificate must be shown by applicant 25 years of age and
younger. No exceptions.
- Persons not born in the U.S.
or U.S. Territory must show one of the following:
Naturalization Certificate; U.S. Passport, U.S. birth
certificate; and/or Alien Card. This includes persons of U.S.
Citizenship born abroad.
- Pay the appropriate fees.
- You must show two forms of
acceptable I.D. (any state-issued driver's license;
state-issued I.D.; military I.D.; DD214; U.S. Passport; Social
Security Card; Naturalization Certificate; Baptismal
Certificate, and Alien I.D. Card.
The following are examples of
conditions that may lead to an applicantís card being denied or
revoked. It does not include all the reasons a card may be
denied or revoked.
- An outstanding warrant of
- Extensive criminal history.
- Have had a work card
previously revoked by Special Investigations.
- Insufficient immigration
- No certified copy of birth
certificate if 25 years of age or younger.
- Falsification of information
on the referral slip.
- Any other denial reason(s) so
stated under Nevada Revised Statutes
Work cards are presently valid
for five (5) years.