Cincinnati.com reports that the company, Detroit-based owner Jack Entertainment, said in a statement that it is hiring additional dealers to meet business demand and that “candidates should have an upbeat attitude and enjoy working in a fast-paced, exciting environment.”
Interested applicants can, starting Monday, Jan. 8, attend a Table Games Academy free of charge to learn the necessary skills. According to Cincinnati.com, the Academy will take place weekly, from 6 to 10pm Monday through Friday and will last approximately six to eight weeks.
Applicants must be 21-years-of-age or older and it is not necessary to have prior experience in the casino industry.
Interested individuals can visit www.jackentertainment.com for more information and job listings.
The last of four voter-approved full-service casinos to open in the state, the former Horseshoe Cincinnati opened on March 4, 2013, in the northeast corner of Downtown Cincinnati. The casino was initially owned and operated by Rock Ohio Caesars, a joint venture between Dan Gilbert’s Rock Gaming LLC (now Jack Entertainment LLC) and Caesars Entertainment. In June 2016, the casino was rebranded Jack Cincinnati Casino.
The two-story Jack Cincinnati Casino is 100,000 square feet and features 2,000 slot machines including nearly 140 video poker machines ranging from .01 to $100 high-limit action, nearly 100 table games and a 31-table World Series of Poker room. Other casino amenities include five dining options, Starbucks and the Rock Bar & Lounge.