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Now Hiring: Casino Opens Up Application Process

Nearly 100 jobs available, including for poker and other game dealers, servers, accountants and IT managers and security

 

The Graton Rancheria Resort & Casino is hiring and set to start interviewing prospective candidates today, Monday, the Press Democrat is reporting.

Available jobs include poker and table games dealers, security officers, guest services, human resources, accounting and IT. Food and beverage related jobs will also be available, although the hiring will be done closer to the casino’s fall opening.

Two hundred and fifty people are already enrolled in a school for prospective dealers, a two-week program that will continue on a rotating basis until the casino opens, according to the Press Democrat.

The 3,000-slot-machine casino resort off Wilfred Avenue is owned by the Federated Indians of Graton Rancheria.

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Judd Ames April 16, 2013 at 02:29 AM
continued... You also wrote: "You even chased me over the hill to Sonoma." I'd repeatedly asked you on RP-C Patch if you're a STC101 insider. You refused to respond, so I clicked Sonoma Valley Patch to finally obtain an answer; no, you said. Admittedly it was over the top, but whatever it takes. Similarly, consider that you "chase" whoever "over the hill" whenever you respond online from Sonoma to anyone on RP-C Patch. "Then you call out commentors and threaten to post every day until they respond." Yes, it's partly true (e.g., Worthington's people says he doesn't comment) that I've repeatedly tried to get Chip Worthington, Founder/CEO of STC101, to respond to questions. I've since given up. "I find that unacceptable for a Patch commentor." Too bad. Again, IMO, debating sociology, economic issues, racism, and perception of evil with a NIMBY credit banker is akin to discussing nutrition with an 800-pound McDonalds exec. An attack? No, just an opinion.
G Man April 16, 2013 at 04:01 PM
Having been unable to find suitable work in this town (and too proud to get on the public dole), I am hoping and praying that I can land a job at THE ONLY place hiring. BTW, the Patch is no different than the PD. Operated and edited/moderated by idealistic liberals who preach tolerance while being the most intolerant (of opposing opinions). "News" from the Patch almost always comes with a slant. Juseask the little red-haired girl who used to edit it.
Karina Ioffee April 16, 2013 at 05:09 PM
Thank you for your comment. Where in this news story about the casino hiring do you detect bias? Please point it out. I'm curious to know.
G Man April 16, 2013 at 07:34 PM
Are u talking to me? I was merely stating that the Patch, much like the PD, has a slant. I didn't say this particular story was biased... yet.
Dorie McKay July 07, 2013 at 05:03 PM
About the only good the new casino is going to do, is if one of us wins some money there. Those jobs will be swept up faster than lightning striking. Service jobs or no, low pay or no, they will be gone fast. I'm not against the casino. Or the Smart Train. I hope it all helps our local community become more attractive and our economy rise. The train will bring more people to our area, that's a plus for real estate sales and sellers. no doubt.

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