Fantasy Springs Resort Casino in Indio is looking to fill 40 to 50 open positions at a job fair this Saturday, including food and beverage, public safety, dealers, hotel staff, housekeeping, and cash operations, according to a press release.
The fair will run from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the casino’s special events center, the release said. Department managers will be interviewing candidates for the dozens of open roles.
Applicants must wear a mask and will be subject to a temperature screening upon entry, the release said. Attendees also should bring an updated resume and be dressed “appropriately.”
All employment opportunities at the casino can be viewed on its website.
Fantasy Springs, owned by the Cabazon Band of Mission Indians, currently has more than 1,000 full and part-time employees. Since its voluntary coronavirus-related shutdown for several months last spring, the casino has remained open in various capacities throughout the pandemic, alongside other tribal casinos in the Coachella Valley.
The casino also reopened its Rock Yard venue last Friday night with a performance by the Boston tribute band Don’t Look Back. Michael Felci, the casino’s public relations manager, said last week that capacity is normally 1,500 people, but current concerts will be limited to 500.
Amanda Ulrich writes for The Desert Sun as a Report for America corps member. She can be reached on Twitter at @AmandaCUlrich.
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