Resorts World Las Vegas looks to fill 6,000 new jobs

The resort hopes to open in the summer.
The resort hopes to open in the summer.

The operator has a wide range of positions going, from entry-level to management.

US.- Resorts World in Las Vegas is looking to take on 6,000 staff in anticipation of the opening of its new 3,500-room hotel and casino in Las Vegas.

The positions range from entry-level to management in multiple departments including casino, hotel operations, food and beverage, nightlife, and finance.

The job openings will be very welcome in Las Vegas following thousands of lay-offs across various properties due to the economic impact of the Covid-19 pandemic.

The executive director of talent acquisition and community relations for the new resort, Lori Calderon, said: “This is a really big day for us to be able to post all of these jobs for the city and everyone out there looking for employment.”

“I think the biggest hint for them is to apply for positions that are a complete match for their background and experience because they are competing against people who are invisible to them, and I think that will really help their chances.”

The resort hopes to open in the summer, although a date is yet to be set.

Resorts World was commended by the Culinary Union for “agreeing to be neutral and participating in a fair process where workers can choose whether to unionise.”