Gun Lake Casino to Hire Over 100; Sets Job Fair Schedule

Published March 3, 2017

BRADLEY, MICHIGAN – The Gun Lake Casino announced that they will hire over 100 new team members.  The additional jobs come from a 73,000 square-foot expansion, nearly doubling in size.  The expansion includes a 300-seat buffet, more gaming space, and a new Stage 131 bar.

Jobs include a variety of positions, from cooks and servers, to security officers and table games dealers.  Many positions are entry-level positions with on-the-job training offered, while other positions require experience.

“We’re excited to offer new amenities for our guests and are equally as excited to offer so many new jobs for our community,” commented Brent Arena, vice president & general manager for Gun Lake Casino.  “We pride ourselves in being an employer of choice in West Michigan, offering our full-time team members a highly competitive benefits package, including health insurance, paid vacation, personal days, free shift meals, and more.”

JOB FAIR SCHEDULE

Monday, March 6 | 10AM – 3PM | Crossroads Conference Center in Grand Rapids

Thursday, March 9 | 10AM – 3PM | Radisson Banquet Room in Kalamazoo

Saturday, March 11 | 9AM – 3PM | Tribal Government Complex across from Gun Lake Casino

Major casino renovation underway. Gun Lake Casino will need to add 100 new jobs upon completion.

Candidates are encouraged to apply online prior to job fairs, along with bringing a resume.  On-site interviews will be offered to qualified candidates. Candidates offered employment will be required to pass a drug screen and background check in order to obtain a gaming license needed for employment. Candidates must be 18 years or older for a variety of positions, while other positions require candidates to be 21 years or older.  For a complete list of positions offered and to apply, visit www.GunLakeCasino.com/Careers.

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