Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady is looking to fill 20 positions.
US.- Rivers Casino & Resort in Schenectady, New York, is looking to fill 20 open table game dealer positions. Candidates will receive a free training course over six weeks at the casino’s Dealer Academy.
Owned by Rush Street Interactive (RSI), the Rivers Casino is seeking candidates at all levels, from beginners to experienced workers. Candidates must be aged 21 or older and available to work all shifts, including weekends and holidays periods.
The course at the Dealer Academy, which will begin on August 22, will teach candidates a range of table games, such as blackjack and Texas Hold’em. After a final audition, candidates will receive a New York State gaming licence and be offered a part-time or full-time job.
Rivers Casino opened in 2017 and is part of the Mohawk Harbor project, a 60-acre community that integrates luxury living, high-tech offices, restaurants and retail along one mile of waterfront.
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