COARSEGOLD — Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino will host a job fair on Tuesday, June 11 to fill over 70 part- and full-time positions. The job fair, scheduled from noon to 5 p.m., is open to the public and will take place in the Firehouse Lounge at the casino, located at 711 Lucky Lane.
Casino managers will be making “on the spot offers” and applicants are advised to “bring a resume and come dressed for success.” Of the 70-plus positions, there are over 30 jobs available in Food & Beverage for cooks, servers, chefs, dishwashers, bussers and cashiers. Other available positions include a bilingual trainer, IT business analyst, kitchen equipment technicians, and several postings in housekeeping, valet, kitchen equipment, slots, cage, Drop/Count, EVS and event staff hosts.
Employees receive full benefits including medical, dental, vision, life insurance, 401K with employer match, free and discounted meals in the Team Dining Room and paid time off. They also receive top-notch training, uniforms, team member t-shirts and perks including raffles and prizes, free turkey or ham during the holidays, birthday meal vouchers and invitations to the annual company picnic and award banquets.
Employees can further take advantage of discounts for movie tickets, amusement parks, Costco memberships, the Monterey Bay Aquarium, Six Flags, Verizon Wireless, Chukchansi Park and other entertainment venues.
Voted ‘Best Employer’ and ‘Best Place to Work’ for two years in a row by the People’s Choice Awards, “Chukchansi is a great place to work with competitive wages, benefits, employee events, discounts and much more,” says Barbara Mendez, director of human resources for Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino.
“We’re looking for talented, dedicated people who can work together in an exciting team environment to provide the best service and experience for our 130,000 monthly guests,” Mendez adds. Mendez says Chukchansi Gold Resort & Casino employs over 1,100 team members, “making a positive impact on the local economy through years of job creation and charitable giving through the Chukchansi Cares program.”