Thunder Valley Employment Fair: 100+ Local Jobs
Thunder Valley Casino Resort will host an Employment Fair on Saturday, May 31 from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. in an effort to employ over 100 new Team Members. Open positions range from entry-level to management, across the resort spectrum, including: casino, hotel, hospitality, dining and more.
Those interested will have the opportunity to speak with Thunder Valley's Human Resources Team and department leaders to learn more about the property's four-diamond excellence, winning culture and excellent benefits package offered to Team Members.
Anyone 18 years of age and older is welcome to attend the Employment Fair. Please bring a resume.
Team Member benefits may include:
- Free meals in fully catered Team Member Dining Room
- Paid time off, holidays for all hourly full and part time Team Members after 90 days
- Health plan coverage
- Leadership development training
- Opportunity for advancement
- Tuition reimbursement program
- Free health and wellness counseling
"We are always looking for enthusiastic, hardworking individuals to join our dedicated team here at Thunder Valley," said Debi Fetzner, Vice President of Human Resources. "We look forward to interviewing interested applicants at the Employment Fair and hope that Thunder Valley continues to exceed expectations of what an employer should be."
To view a comprehensive list of open positions at Thunder Valley Casino Resort or to begin filling out your online employment application, visit: http://www.thundervalleyresort.com/Employment.
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