Ready to join our team!

We are looking for talented people like you

Here’s what you need to do and what to expect from the hiring process.

1. Application

The first step is to fill out and submit an online or pdf job application for the position you’re interested in. If your qualifications meet the position’s requirements, a U.S. Ordnance recruiter may contact you, via email or phone.

2. Interview

The next step is an interview, or more than one if needed, either in person or on the phone. Any necessary testing or licensure review will take place at this time. All job applicants must pass a pre-employment drug test and background screening.

3. Offer/Acceptance

If you are the best fit for the position, U.S. Ordnance will send you a formal job offer. Once the offer is accepted you will be given a start date and any other necessary instructions.


We are an equal opportunity employer and do not unlawfully discriminate in employment. No question on this application is used for the purpose of limiting or excluding any applicant from consideration for employment on a basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Equal access to employment, services, and programs is available to all persons. Those applicants requiring reasonable accommodation to the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization.

Please fill out the job application form below and hit the submit button when your are ready. We look forward to receiving your application!

If you wish to use the pdf job application instead of the online job application form below, please click the button to download the job application pdf. When completed, please submit your resume by one of the following methods:


Fax: 775-356-1313

U.S. Ordnance
300 Sydney Drive
McCarran, NV 89437






    Please provide all employment information for your past four employers. Most recent first.








    Provide 3 references. Do not include relatives or employers.
    Include Name, Telephone Number, and Years Known



    I hereby authorize the potential employer to contact, obtain, and verify the accuracy of information contained in this application from all previous employers, educational institutions, and references. I also hereby release from liability the potential employer and its representatives for seeking, gathering, and using such information to make employment decisions and all other persons or organizations for providing such information.

    I understand that any misrepresentation or material omission made by me on this application will be sufficient cause for cancellation of this application or immediate termination of employment if I am employed, whenever it may be discovered.

    If I am employed, I acknowledge that there is no specified length of employment and that this application does not constitute an agreement or contract for employment. Accordingly, either I or the employer can terminate the relationship at will, with or without cause, at any time, so long as there is no violation of applicable federal or state law.

    I understand that it is the policy of this organization not to refuse to hire or otherwise discriminate against a qualified individual with a disability because of that persons need for a reasonable accommodation as required by the ADA.

    I also understand that if I am employed, I will be required to provide satisfactory proof of identity and legal work authorization within three days of being hired. Failure to submit such proof within the required time shall result in immediate termination of employment.

    I represent and warrant that I have read and fully understand the foregoing, and that I seek employment under these conditions.

    Sign with your initials and submission date:



    The Drug-Free Workplace Program and policy applies to all U.S. Ordnance Employees, testing will be conducted under the following specific circumstances.

    U.S. Ordnance will conduct pre-employment tests. Pre-employment tests clearly decrease the chance of hiring a current substance abuser and they also have a strong “sentinel effect” in that such tests may discourage current users from seeking employment at U.S. Ordnance.

    U.S. Ordnance will randomly test all employees at any time. Random tests provide a deterrent to substance use and abuse because individuals have no way of knowing when testing will be conducted or whether they will be selected for testing.

    U.S. Ordnance will test of the basis of a reasonable suspicion that an employee is abusing substances. Typically we rely on such evidence as direct observation of use or possession, physical symptoms of being under the influence, patterns of abnormal or erratic behavior, or arrest or convictions for drug-related offenses.

    U.S. Ordnance will test following a serious accident or incident on the job to establish reasonableness of the suspicion that the employee’s substance use or abuse caused or contributed to the accident. Employees involved in accidents may be asked to take a drug test directly after an incident to determine if alcohol or drug use was a factor. Even if the incident does not appear to be drug related these tests may be necessary for legal or insurance purposes.

    Employees returning to work following treatment for substance abuse are often subject to a return to work agreement that calls for follow-up testing at specified or random intervals to ensure that the employee is continuing to refrain from substance abuse.