Have you ever considered working for the Seneca Nation of Indians?
Right now, the territories and the casinos have several hundred openings.
Inside Buffalo Creek Casino, the Seneca Gaming Corporation is looking for table games dealers. “We do offer dealer school where they would learn all the tricks and trades of dealing cards and blackjack, roulette, craps,” explained Meghan Smith, the gaming corporation’s Vice President of Human Resources.
Pay starts at minimum wage but can range from $20 to $30 an hour with tip.
That's just one of the positions available through the casino. There are dozens of opportunities right now ranging from entry level to management. According to Smith, there are unique perks for all employees. “We have on sight health clinics free for our team members and their spouses. We have free meals for every shift, and, in fact we pay those folks to eat those meals. We have paid meal plans, as well,” she explained.
Not interested in working in a casino? The Seneca Nation is hiring on several of its territories as well. “We have entry level positions that only require a GED all the way up to having a doctorate,” said Human Resources Assistant Director, Autumn Vogle.
Vogle said they have about 20 openings between Irving and Salamanca in Alleghany County. “We have teacher aids. A lot of people come in on those positions. We also have a retail department which runs our Seneca-One stops. Those are entry level positions. Those begin at $11.22 an hour.”
You don't have to be a Seneca member to work for the Seneca Nation of Indians.
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