Catawba Two Kings Casino Resort
The Catawba Two Kings Casino Resort is hosting job fairs on May 19 and 20 to fill 200 positions for its “pre-launch” temporary gaming facility opening this summer in Kings Mountain.
The Two Kings team will hold the job fairs from Noon to 8 p.m. on May 19 and 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. on May 20 at the Cleveland Community College Event Center, 1800 East Marion St., Shelby, North Carolina.
Available opportunities include finance, marketing and surveillance positions, cage personnel, drop team members, slot techs and attendants, housekeeping personnel, security staff, bartenders, cocktail servers, culinary and guest service representatives, as well as various supervisory positions.
“This is an excellent opportunity to begin your career and be part of an exciting gaming and hospitality operation,” said Chuck Kilroy, who is leading the efforts of Delaware North, the Catawba Nation’s consultant on the project. “We encourage local residents to come and apply for these positions in this growing business.”
Full-time positions include health, dental and vision medical plans, life insurance coverage, paid vacation and a 401K retirement savings plan.
Applicants must be at least 21 years old and have two valid forms of identification (e.g., driver’s license, state or tribal ID card, or passport). Applicants are encouraged to bring a resume if they have one and be prepared to fill out an application and be interviewed.
About Catawba Two Kings Casino Resort
Catawba Two Kings Casino Resort is being developed by the Catawba Nation at a 17-acre site at 538 Kings Mountain Blvd. in Kings Mountain, North Carolina. The site is near Interstate 85 and about 35 miles west of Charlotte. A temporary “pre-launch” gaming facility is planned to open this summer with 500 slot machines to provide an initial opportunity for patrons to game with limited food & beverage and other guest amenities. An introductory facility, part of the permanent casino, will follow with 1,300 slots. The total $273 million casino resort project is expected to create 2,600 permanent jobs at full buildout and thousands of construction jobs in the region. The Two Kings name celebrates the Catawba Nation’s history and hopeful future in their ancestral lands in North Carolina, paying tribute to the 18th century Catawba Chief King Hagler and the City of Kings Mountain.