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MGM Resorts Brings Two Hiring Events in Springfield, Massachusetts Next Week

The gambling industry is constantly seeking for new people willing to join its workforce and demonstrate their skills among players and in order to guarantee qualified staff members at the soon-to-be-launched MGM Springfield the casino operator is preparing for more job interviews in the upcoming weeks. This Monday and Tuesday are set to witness the next two hiring fairs which are available for people with invitations only.

It was recently announced that the casino operator has officially greenlighted the hiring process of the facility’s staff and this is going to give more than 3,000 people new employment on the premises of the venue. Up to this point the state of Massachusetts has never seen a hiring process of this magnitude, as the casino operator is currently seeking for a large number of people to join its workforce and become part of the rapidly-developing gaming structure of MGM Springfield.

Since the new location is set to launch operation on 24th August the hiring process has been in progress for a couple of months now. The casino operator and developer is willing to make the entire process smoother and hassle-free which is why every person who is interested in participating in one of the hiring events have the chance to do so in a simple manner.

The first step involves online application via the platform available on MGM Springfield’s web page. Once this step is completed, all applicants which have been approved are going to receive a special invitation.

Opportunities for New Employment

With the help of this invitation-only, they are going to gain access to the hiring event and potentially find their new job position among the staff members of the new casino resort in Springfield. Many of the new positions which await their new employees are for food and beverage workers, among which cooks and servers.

There are also new openings for locksmiths, electronics technicians, carpenters, and painters which could be hired in the foneseeable future. The casino developer is putting the last touches to the $960-million casino resort ahead of the launch date and excitement could be felt in the community. Among them are job positions to the likings of human resources, retail management, conference services, security jobs, hair stylist, massage therapist, and inventory control which strive to elevate the performance of the future gaming resort.

There are also spots which come with the requirement that the ideal candidate has to own a gaming license issued by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission in order to be able to commence work. In the weeks leading up to the official opening date, the casino developer has been discussing important topics with the state authorities which concern the well-being of locals and the guests of the resort.

Smoking will be strictly prohibited across the floors of MGM Springfield but there have been concerns expressed regarding vaping and as it turns out the authorities might be against it as well since it also raises some health concerns.

 Author: Harrison Young

Harrison Young is an experienced writer, who started his career almost 8 years ago. Prior to joining our team at CasinoGamesPro, he worked as an editor for a small magazine.