Las Vegas has taken a hit during the recession–gaming revenues are down, unemployment is up, and home values have dropped. But expansion never stops in Vegas, and a new development on the strip has 12,000 job openings to prove it.
The new CityCenter “urban metropolis” will open late this year with a gaming resort with 4,000 rooms, multiple non-gaming hotels, a tower of 2,600 condos, and a half-million square feet of retail and entertainment space.
The company says jobs will be available in “food and beverage, hotel operations, casino operations, retail management, entertainment, finance, human resources, facilities, security and more.”
CityCenter is a joint venture between MGM Mirage and Infinity World Development, a subsidiary of Dubai World.
After completing the online application, local applicants will self-schedule an in-person application review; qualified out-of-market applicants will complete their application reviews via telephone.
Interviews for current MGM Mirage employees will be scheduled in February; external interviews in April. Start dates will begin in September, ramping up through December.12,000 Job Openings in Vegas, Baby by Harrison Barnes