Applicants will meet directly with hiring managers in many cases and should be ready to accept an on the spot offer if presented.
Temecula, CA – Pechanga Resort Casino hosts a two-day job fair in an effort to fill more than 250 positions, and readies to make employment offers on the spot.
Applicants looking to work in the food and beverage sector at Pechanga should make plans to get to the job fair on Wednesday, June 9 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. Positions needing to be filled include line cooks, servers, bartenders, stewards, cocktail servers and more.
Pechanga will be interviewing and hiring for resort positions on Thursday, June 10 from 8 a.m. to 12 p.m. and 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. An array of resort positions await prospective candidates including room attendants, environmental services, lifeguards, golf shop and golf operations.
Applicants will meet directly with hiring managers in many cases and should be ready to accept an on the spot offer if presented. Job fairs will be held on the second floor of the Pechanga Resort Tower meeting rooms.
Across all departments within Pechanga Resort Casino, more than 250 positions need to be filled. Many of those jobs now come with sign on incentives of up to $1,500. A lifeguard position will fetch a $500 signing bonus. Roles as an EVS Specialist, Guest room attendant, steward and a member of the cash drop team earns a $1,000 incentive. And newly hired, full-time line cooks will take home an additional $1,500. All signing incentive eligible positions have criteria that must be met to receive the additional monies. Pechanga offers a host of other benefits to its team members including free meals during a shift, medical, dental and vision insurance, 401(K)-retirement programs with employer match, longevity bonus, tuition reimbursements and more.
“We encourage everyone who has been thinking about getting back into the workplace or getting a different or better job to come and apply with at Pechanga Resort Casino,” said Cary Berner, Vice President of Human Resources. “The hospitality industry is coming out of the pandemic tremendously well, and our visitors are excited to come back and see us and spend time here. We have a great team at Pechanga and we are looking for more great team members to launch their careers, or to start fresh and work toward something great.”
Prospective candidates attending either day of the job fair can upload their resumes ahead of time at the Pechanga Careers webpage – www.pechanga.com/careers – or bring one with them. Cary Berner recommends dressing for success and wearing a winning smile. All available job positions at Pechanga Resort Casino can be found at the Pechanga Careers website.
About Pechanga Resort Casino Pechanga Resort Casino offers one of the largest and most expansive resort/casino experiences anywhere in the United States. Voted the number one casino in the country by USA Today and rated a Four Diamond property by AAA since 2002, Pechanga Resort Casino provides an unparalleled getaway, whether for the day or for an extended luxury stay. Under normal operations, Pechanga offers more than 5,000 of the hottest slots, table games, world-class entertainment, 1,100 hotel rooms, dining, spa and golf at Journey at Pechanga, Pechanga Resort Casino features a destination that meets and exceeds the needs of its guests and the community. Pechanga Resort & Casino is owned and operated by the Pechanga Band of Luiseño Indians. For more information, call toll free (877) 711-2946 or visit www.Pechanga.com.
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