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Golf course hiring for hospitality jobs in Vegas

Monday, February 20th, 2012

KISS by Monster Mini Golf said it is hiring for hospitality jobs in Vegas.

The company is looking to fill several positions.

The golf course will include an indoor glow-in-the-dark custom-designed, rockin’ 18-hole miniature golf course, a state-of-the-art arcade, the largest KISS® gift shop in the world, A KISS® Gallery, “Hotter Than Hell” Wedding Chapel, a private VIP Room, FANtastic KISS® themed event rooms and the “Rock ‘n Roll All Nite” Café, the company said.

It plans on opening March 15 on 4501 Paradise Rd in Vegas.

Candidates must have an ability to multi-task in a fast paced work environment, possess outstanding communication skills, deliver excellent customer service, and be willing to learn and apply KISS® knowledge. A competitive wage, flexible schedules to suit your lifestyle and fun career is what you get in return. For specific job openings please go to monsterminigolf.com/kiss.

“Destined to be the ultimate entertainment center in Vegas, this is an amazing opportunity for all you rockers…a chance to be in on the beginning of a brand new concept and part of something big,” says Christina Vitagliano, Founder of KISS® By Monster Mini Golf®.

Venue hires for hospitality jobs in Vegas

Sunday, August 14th, 2011

The Swingers Club, one of the new venues opening in the remodeled Plaza Hotel and Casino, said recently it is recruiting for hospitality jobs in Vegas.

The club is holding auditions for staff next week. Those auditioning could get the coveted role in a reality TV show the venue is planning.

Auditions will be held from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m at the Las Vegas Club on Fremont.

The venue is hiring for bar backs and cocktail servers, among other positions. (more…)

Casino hiring for hospitality jobs in Vegas

Saturday, May 21st, 2011

Casino MonteLago is preparing to hire for hospitality jobs in Vegas, according to local news reports.

The casino plans on hiring about 100 staff to plan for its Memorial Day reopening.

The casino, plagued by the recession and a drop-off of tourism, closed in 2009, only to reopen two year later.

It’s a sign that businesses in Lake Las Vegas are experiencing a resurgence.

According to Fox5, the closing announcement came shortly after the Ritz-Carlton announced it would close. That property recently reopened as the Ravella resort and added more than 100 new employees.

Unemployment in Vegas
and the state of Nevada has been higher than that of many other cities in the nation. The city’s unemployment rate has waffled from 13.3 percent to even higher numbers during the height of the recession.

It is not immediately known what kinds of jobs the casino will be staffing for, or what the wages will be.

Lumiere and River City casinos to hire for hospitality jobs in Vegas

Sunday, February 27th, 2011

Pinnacle Entertainment, owner of Lumiere Place Casino in downtown St. Louis and River City Casino in Lemay, has announced it is recruiting for hospitality jobs in Vegas.

A hiring fair will be held to recruit candidates from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. March 7 at HoteLumiere, 901 N. First St. in Laclede’s Landing.
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Study finds that conventions lead to Vegas jobs opening up

Monday, February 21st, 2011

A new study posits that holding conventions can lead to Vegas jobs opening up in several industries.

The Las Vegas Review Journal reports on the findings in a detailed article. Here is an excerpt: (more…)

Pinnacle closes deal, could create new hospitality jobs in Vegas

Sunday, January 30th, 2011

Pinnacle Entertainment has announced it closed a big deal that could create or break hospitality jobs in Vegas.

Pinnacle announced today that it has closed on its previously announced acquisition of River Downs Racetrack in southeast Cincinnati, Ohio.  Pinnacle funded the $45 million acquisition with cash on hand.

Anthony Sanfilippo, President and Chief Executive Officer of Pinnacle Entertainment, commented, “We are excited to officially welcome River Downs into Pinnacle’s family of properties.  Our intent remains to quickly move to revitalize River Downs as a new gaming, racing and entertainment destination if video lottery terminals (VLTs) become operational in Ohio.  Its location is expected to complement our existing Belterra Casino Resort, less than one hour away.”

River Downs Racetrack, located directly off of Interstate 275 in southeast Cincinnati, recently celebrated its 85th anniversary of thoroughbred racing.  One of North America’s most picturesque racecourses, the track is situated on approximately 160 acres of land, 40 of which are currently undeveloped, and offers live thoroughbred racing from mid-April through Labor Day as well as simulcast wagering throughout the year broadcast on more than 500 monitors throughout the facility.  River Downs features a Grandstand with open-air seating, the Pavilion which includes seating for 50 to 300 guests as well as a private bar and grill, and the Turf Terrace in the upper Clubhouse with tableside monitors, a bar, buffet options and formal seating.

Station Casinos to hire for hospitality jobs in Vegas

Saturday, January 15th, 2011

Station Casinos announced this week it is recruiting for 1000 hospitality jobs in Vegas.

The news is a positive sign for Vegas and its economy, which has the worst unemployment rate in the nation.

The news is also a great sign for the thousands of job seekers looking for hospitality jobs in Vegas.

Station Casinos is hiring 1000 at its many properties. Jobs are available in food and beverage, hotel management, gaming and security.

About half of the jobs will be full time, while the other half will be part-time.

Interested applicants should check the Station Casino’s website for more information.

Over the next 60 days, the company will be looking to fill all the positions.

According to Fox5Vegas.com, many of the jobs will be created through the opening of new Grand Cafes at older Station properties, Sunset Station, Boulder Station, Texas Station and Santa Fe Station. During the boom years, Station was busy acquiring properties and building new ones, including the popular Green Valley Ranch and Red Rock Resort.

Tropicana Hires for Hospitality Jobs in Vegas

Sunday, December 26th, 2010

Great news for job seekers: the Tropicana has announced it is recruiting for a variety of hospitality jobs in Vegas.

It is opening a new mob exhibit next month for which it needs 75 people.

While people aren’t actually working for the Mob, it still is a fun and rewarding job for those who have experience in the hospitality industry or who just love working in Vegas.

According to KTNV.com, the Las Vegas Mob Experience is looking to fill sales, hosts, and security positions. There is a job fair scheduled for Tuesday from 8 am to 12 pm at the Tiffany Theater inside the Tropicana Hotel-Casino.

Company reps from the Tropicana say they are very excited about the quality and energy level of the applicants coming to talk to them about the available jobs.

“We’re looking to fill 75 positions. So anyone who ever wanted to work for the Mob, now’s their chance.”

Company Recruits for Food Service Jobs in Vegas

Monday, November 29th, 2010

A burger joint is hiring for food service jobs in Vegas.

I “Heart” Burgers restaurant at the Palazzo is looking to hire 100 workers to satisfy hungry mouths during the holiday rush and before the burger joints’ big opening in December.

A slew of positions are available. One unique position is called a “Milkshake-ologist.” Common sense would leave one to believe that a milkshakeologist creates delicious milkshakes for patrons.

According to Fox5Vegas, those interested in a job can attend two hiring fairs at the Venetian resort’s Casanova Ballroom on Nov. 21 from noon to 5 p.m. and Nov. 22 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m..

Filling out an application completely and being able to furnish a valid ID are requirements to work.

Dolce Possibly Hiring for Hospitality Jobs in Vegas

Wednesday, September 22nd, 2010

The Ritz-Carlton on Lake Las Vegas, which has since closed, will be reopened and rebranded as Dolce Hotels and Resorts, a move that will possibly result in the creation of hospitality jobs in Vegas.

This will be the first Vegas hotel for Dolce. The company owns and operates 27 properties globally, including in the U.S., Canada, and Europe.

The property is expected to open in 2011. Village Hospitality purchased the resort in 2009. After the Ritz Carlton closed, Lake Las Vegas struggled to retain customers and residents. The once-vibrant community has sagged under the weight of the recession.

When the place closed originally, almost 400 workers lost their jobs. Dolce did not say how many people they would be hiring for the renovation or for regular employment.