s part of the recruitment drive, the company will be hosting a Macau Recruitment Fair on February 7 - 8 on Level 2 at the Macau Tower. Under the theme “No Dream is Too Big”, the two-day fair will showcase career opportunities that are available to the people of Macau.
Combining entertainment, nightclubs, accommodation, regional and international dining, luxury shopping and a casino, City of Dreams will contribute to "making Macau the leading leisure destination in Asia", the company statement said. The urban resort will also bring to Macau world-renowned brands such as Crown, Grand Hyatt, Hard Rock and Dragone.
“In 2009, City of Dreams will welcome leisure and entertainment customers from across Asia and around the world,” said City of Dreams President Greg Hawkins. “The operations of City of Dreams will initially require over 7,000 talented employees. The vast majority will be hired from the local community and we are now actively seeking outstanding and committed people here in Macau to join us," Hawkins added.
According to the president, the aim of the recruitment fair is to "identify people in Macau who want to learn and have a strong desire to develop their skills and knowledge in this exciting destination leisure industry". "City of Dreams will be offering continuous training with the opportunity for promotion,” he said. “Our employees are a key part of our future success and we aim to prove ourselves as the employer of choice in Macau," he added.
People who wish to attend the fair are required to pre-register at the City of Dreams recruitment website at www.cityofdreams.com.mo.