Grand Casino Hotel and Resort will add 100 new jobs when a new 262 room hotel opens this summer and officials hope to fill those jobs at an upcoming job fair.
The job fair will be May 15 from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at The Reed Center located at 5800 Will Rogers in Midwest City.
“We are excited to open a new hotel and to strengthen our workforce by adding 100 more jobs,” said John Barrett, Chairman, Citizen Potawatomi Nation. “We look forward to providing jobs in our communities and furthering the economic development of this region.”
Positions open for the new hotel include night auditor supervisor, night auditors, housemen, valet, front desk supervisors, front desk clerks, housekeeper supervisors, housekeepers and reservations. Openings for the hotel include entry level and management positions.
Job seekers can browse open positions, complete applications forms, speak with recruiters and interview on the spot. Job seekers should come dressed for an interview and bring a resume, state issued identification, social security card, high school diploma, references and tribal card if applicable. All job candidates must complete a background check by the CPN Gaming Commission and be eligible for a gaming license.
“We are always looking for bright and motivated people to fill positions and we plan to hire people on the spot,” said Mindee Duffell, human resources, Citizen Potawatomi Nation. “Our jobs have competitive pay, great benefits and opportunities for advancement.”
For more information on job openings or to apply for a job call human resources at 405-275-3121 or visit online at http://www.firelakejobs.com/. Job seekers are strongly encouraged to complete an application online prior to the job fair.
Citizen Potawatomi Nation is a federally-recognized government and has inherent sovereign status recognized by treaty and law. CPN owns and operates a variety of tribal enterprises including First National Bank, Grand Casino Resort, FireLake Discount Foods and the Community Development Corporation. To learn more, please visit www.potawatomi.org.