People who have lost their jobs in the desert due to businesses being forced to close in response to the Covid-19 pandemic might want to reserve some time to attend a job fair in late July.
It’s Monday, July 27th, at the Mary Pickford Theater in Cathedral City from 8 a-m to 1 p-m.
It’s being hosted by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians which is looking to hire 500 workers to staff the new Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City.
Attendees are encouraged to bring an updated resume, samples of work, and any other documents they believe might help them get hired.
Agua Caliente Cathedral City is looking to open its doors in the Fall of 2020.
Positions available range from across several departments: Slots, Table Games, Food & Beverage, Environmental Services, Marketing, Security, Valet, and Facilities.
Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City will offer several dining options, spirited bars, and some of the
Valley’s best live entertainment all surrounded by amazing desert landscaping, mountain views and
conveniently located at the intersection of East Palm Canyon and Date Palm Drives.
At the job fair, applicants must wear face-coverings and be prepared to have their temperature taken.
And they will be adhering to 6-foot social distancing policies at all times during the job fair.
Applicants are encouraged to do some of the following to ensure a successful job fair experience:
Agua Caliente Casino Cathedral City, opening in late 2020, is the newest gem in the Agua
Caliente Casinos’ crown and consists of over 30,000 sq. feet of gaming, including 530 slot machines, and eight table games.
A 12,000 sq. foot outdoor Pavilion sets this property apart as it will host live entertainment, an array of special events, and community gatherings, all with an amazing view of the desert landscape and picturesque mountain tops.
This beautiful property will also boast a three-meal dine-in restaurant, 360 Sports Bar, the sister outlet of 360 Sports Bar in Rancho Mirage, that will amaze sports fans with its state-of-the-art sights and sounds, and the 24-hour Java Caliente coffee shop.
The Agua Caliente Casinos are owned and operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians, which also owns the world-renowned Indian Canyons and Tahquitz Canyon hiking trails, and the Indian Canyons Golf Resort. @aguacalientecasinos
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