The Las Vegas Convention and Visitors Authority is bringing an executive-level position. It will pay between $130,000 and $185,000 a year.
The LVCVA’s Compensation Committee voted unanimously on Thursday. It suggests returning to the position of vice president of the guest experience.
The full LVCVA board of directors will consider the proposal on Tuesday. It is one more example of how the organization is getting ready for the return of conventions. And also the visitors to Southern Nevada.
The LVCVA had this position in 2018. A year later it got abolished. The position will report to Chief Operating Officer Brian Yost. The position will communicate between the convention authority and large conventions.
The authority works out a return of conventions and trade shows in June. The World of Concrete became the first major show to use the Las Vegas Convention Center’s new West Hall.
In other business, the committee proposed an amendment to the LVCVA’s contract. The Service Employees International Union Local 1107 would eliminate wages for contract workers. It was to be effective July 5.