Morongo Casino Resort and Spa and Yaamava ‘Resort & Casino in San Manuel are hosting job fairs this week to fill hundreds of vacancies.
Casino Morongo, located in Cabazon, is looking to hire more than 200 members of its team. The event will last Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Morongo Grand Ballroom.
Positions are available in departments such as treasury operations, entertainment, food and beverage, hospitality, housekeeping, promotions, public safety and surveillance, as well as the Morongo Travel Center. Interested applicants should complete an online application prior to attending the event.
At Yaamava ‘Resort & Casino in Highland, formerly named San Manuel Casino, a Friday hiring event is paired with a toy drive to benefit children in need.
Participants are invited, but not required, to bring an unwrapped and unused toy with a minimum value of $ 10 to the event. Vacancies include audio and video technicians, talented janitors, crowd control specialists, machinists, cooks, table game merchants, valets, reservation agents, pool attendants and more Again. New hires can also earn welcome bonuses of $ 1,000 and up to $ 300 in benefits for certain roles.
The Yaamava ‘Career Fair will be held Friday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. at the designated San Manuel Recruiting Center at the Ontario Mills Mall. The toys collected will be combined with others donated to the casino and will go to more than 300 families in San Bernardino County. These families are invited to a holiday “shopping” event that will allow children to choose their favorite toy, according to a press release.
“This is just one way for team members and casino guests to help support the spirit of the Yawa ‘tribe, which means acting according to their beliefs,” said Jasmine Takeshita, director Talent Acquisition for the San Manuel Mission Indian Band, which owns the Yaamava ‘Resort & Casino. “It is this spirit that has seen the tribe donate more than $ 290 million to charitable initiatives since 2003.”