Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tulsa has confirmed that they are organizing a job fair this coming Tuesday. The event is open to the public.
In a release announcing the job fair, the casino operator said that “Hourly and salary positions are available throughout the award-winning resort, including food and beverage, gaming, valet, hotel and more.”
The operator has confirmed that positions start at $11 an hour and up.
“The holiday season is a busy time for Hard Rock Tulsa,” said Jason Darrow, senior food and beverage manager.
“We’re excited to add more positions to our team that will allow us to continue providing the rock-star service that our guests have come to expect from us.”
Recently, Hard Rock’s casino proposal was also officially submitted by the Rockford City Council to Illinois Gaming Board.
While the city of Rockford had received three proposals for a prospective casino the city council recommended Hard Rock International’s proposal to the Illinois Gambling Board.
Last month, Hard Rock’s guitar-shaped hotel which is a part of its $1.5 billion expansion at the Seminole tribe’s land in Hollywood started welcoming guests.
The 450 feet (137 meters) tall structure is claimed to be the first guitar-shaped building and is expected to draw tourists on the tribal land.
The hotel has over 600 rooms and at night, beams of light will mimic the strings of the guitar.