JEFFERSON, Iowa (March 26, 2015) — Wild Rose Jefferson will hold a job fair on Thursday and Friday, April 9 and 10, at its temporary office at 300 Microsoy Drive in Jefferson. The job fair hours will be:

  • Thursday, April 9, from 1 p.m. to 8 p.m.
  • Friday, April 10, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.

The job fair will be led by Mike Couch, general manager, and Nancy Webb, the newly hired human resources manager for Wild Rose Jefferson. In addition to providing information on the approximately 250 open positions, prospective employees can learn more about the company’s compensation and benefits programs as well as training opportunities. Computer stations will be set up to allow prospective applicants to apply online during the job fair. To apply online now, go to, scroll to the bottom of the page and click as instructed.

“The commencement of hiring and staffing marks the most significant benchmark in the project so far,” Couch said. “For months, we have been receiving inquiries about the hiring process through emails, phone calls and social media. Now, we can provide definitive details, knowing that the opening and grand opening are just around the corner.”

Some folks in Greene County may already know Nancy Webb. A human resources professional with more than 30 years of experience, Webb grew up in Grand Junction, Iowa, and graduated from East Greene High School. She left Greene County to attend Drake University and graduated with a bachelor’s degree in human services/personnel management. During her career, Webb has helped to launch startup companies and supported growing companies with customer service-centered and hospitality-focused human resources.

In addition, she has management team experience with an out-of-state Native American casino, and most recently she worked for an upscale senior living organization where she initiated programs to achieve higher employee retention and engagement. Webb will report directly to Couch and be responsible for staffing, training, compensation and benefits as well as for designing programs to deliver a high level customer service for guests and players.
“Nancy’s experience, background and interest in getting back to Greene County made her a perfect fit to lead our HR functions,” Couch said. “She officially joins the team on April 1, and we cannot wait to have her here.”

About Wild Rose Jefferson:
Wild Rose Jefferson received a gaming license from the IRGC on June 12, 2014. The casino-events center project will add more than 250 jobs to the region with an estimated annual payroll of $7 million. The project features an 18,000-square-foot casino with 525 slot machines and 14 table games. Since 2006, Wild Rose casinos have generated more than $25 million for community projects in Palo Alto and Clinton counties. Wild Rose Emmetsburg and Wild Rose Clinton have generated more than $115 million in local and state taxes.


For More Information, Contact:

Jamie Buelt, Spokesperson

515-249-1857 • 360-961-0096