Resorts World Las Vegas Launches Career Website For Job Applicants

Resorts World Las Vegas
Resorts World Las Vegas has launched a career website on Monday as it starts accepting applicants for various positions for the property which is set to open next summer.

According to a press release from Resorts World Las Vegas, jobs posted on the company’s career website include entry to management positions in different departments on the resort including casino, food and beverage, nightlife, hotel operations, and finance among others.

Said Resorts World Las Vegas President Scott Sibella:

“We’re excited to launch our Career Website and begin our recruitment efforts as we look to create 6,000 new jobs for Las Vegas, which we plan to fill by the time we open next summer. As the first property to be built on the Strip in over a decade, we are not only creating a resort experience from the ground up, but cultivating a talented team of hospitality professionals who share in our company’s core values of hard work, compassion, harmony, honesty, loyalty and wellness and safety.”

Filling Vacant Positions

Resorts World Las Vegas is looking to fill in vacant positions in the coming months leading to its opening next year. Officials say that construction is 75% complete and that the property is on track for its scheduled summer opening.

Interested applicants are encouraged to visit Resort World’s Career Website and create an account. Once an account is created, they can create their profiles and submit an application. Users can also search for available jobs and know the requirement and specifics of the positions. Applicants can also join live information sessions where they can talk real-time to recruiters. These sessions will start on November 30 on a first-come, first-serve basis.

Most Expensive Property on The Strip

The $4.3B Resorts World Las Vegas is the most expensive property on the strip, topping the $4.13B Cosmopolitan. It is being constructed at the former Stardust Resort and Casino site and is expected to be completed in the summer of 2021. The property was purchased by the Genting Group from Boyd Gaming in 2013 for $350M.

Resorts World Las Vegas is expected to have 3,500 rooms and a gaming area of 110,000 square feet. It will include a 220,000 square foot pool complex and a 1,800 square foot infinity pool. The resort will also have a 75,000 square foot nightlife and daylife concept, a 5,000 capacity state of the art theater, a 50 foot diameter video globe which will display over 6,000 square feet of LED content, and a sky casino.