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July 24, 2021

At upcoming hiring fairs

California: San Manuel and Morongo casinos hiring for hundreds of positions

California: San Manuel and Morongo casinos hiring for hundreds of positions
Casinos, many of which are open, have adopted new technology in the COVID-19 pandemic with additions made to protect employees and clientele.
United States | 02/12/2021

In Highland, the San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is looking to fill 500 jobs at San Manuel Casino as part of a $550 million expansion that will add more than 2,000 full-time employees this year, while in Cabazon, the Morongo Casino Resort & Spa is hiring dozens of workers to man food and beverage operations.

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wo casinos in the Inland Empire are hiring for hundreds of positions in the months ahead, as they both plan to hold fairs online and in person.

Casinos, many of which are open, have adopted new technology in the COVID-19 pandemic with additions made to protect employees and clientele. Thermal cameras can scan patrons’ temperatures or run facial recognition to identify customers or employees. Antiviral coatings can be applied to touchscreens to minimize contact with biohazards.

The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will hold a virtual hiring fair from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Thursday, Feb 18 where job seekers can visit with hiring managers, book on-the-spot interviews, and browse a collection of videos to learn more about the casino. San Manuel Casino is looking to add more than 2,000 full-time employees at the resort this year.

Those interested in attending the online job fair should go to careerexpo.sanmanuel.com to be assigned an interview time based on availability.

The Morongo Casino Resort & Spa, on the other hand, will hold an in-person job fair from 10 a.m. until 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 11 in the Morongo Grand Ballroom at 49020 Seminole Drive in Cabazon.

Available positions include assistant servers, bakers, beverage porters, cashiers, cooks, dishwashers, food runners, hosts, liquor control clerks, pastry cooks and food and beverage supervisors, the Press-Enterprise reports.

Job applicants are asked to complete an online application at morongocasinoresort.com/employment before attending the event.

Benefits include medical, dental and vision insurance for full-time employees and dependents, and life insurance options for full and part-time team workers. Additional benefits include a 401(k) plan, vacation tie, jury duty pay, paid meal breaks and free meals.

Employees are also entitled to discounts at Morongo restaurants and various enterprises, including Sage Spa, Canyon Lanes Bowling and the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.

The casino, owned by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, reopened in May after being closed because of COVID-19 mandates. Guests must wear a face covering to enter and keep it on while in the casino.

Employees are also entitled to discounts at Morongo restaurants and various enterprises, including Sage Spa, Canyon Lanes Bowling and the Morongo Golf Club at Tukwet Canyon.

The casino, owned by the Morongo Band of Mission Indians, reopened in May after being closed because of COVID-19 mandates. Guests must wear a face covering to enter and keep it on while in the casino.

As one of the largest employers in Riverside County, Morongo provides thousands of local jobs and generates nearly $3 billion in annual economic activity.

San Manuel casino

Phase one of the resort’s upgrades will feature an expanded gaming space, a 24-hour restaurant and a high-end dining venue, as well as new retail shops. The second phase will include 429 luxury rooms and suites, premium dining venues, an elevated pool and spa, new retail spaces and an event venue.

San Manuel broke ground on its expansion more than two years ago and has already completed some elements of the project, including multiple new high-limit rooms, an expanded gift shop and a six-story parking structure.

A variety of openings are available in cage operations, human resources, information technology, slots, security and table games, among other areas.

Unlike many other casinos, San Manuel offers dealers a “table-for-table” tip structure that allows them to keep the tips they earn on that table.

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