California: San Manuel Band of Mission Indians to hold virtual career fair CDC Gaming Reports · February 8, 2021 at 1:42 pm The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians today announced plans to fill more than 500 jobs across all areas of their enterprise in preparation for phase one of their casino-resort expansion. With more than 2,000 permanent full-time jobs slated for the end of 2021, this inaugural virtual career fair expo kicks off San Manuel’s 10-month recruitment initiative — with a unique twist on social distancing. Job seekers are invited to San Manuel’s online career fair expo on Thursday February 18 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., where they can explore career opportunities by visiting virtually with hiring managers, book on-the-spot interviews and browse a collection of videos to learn more of what it’s like to work at San Manuel. Those interested in attending this unique virtual experience are encouraged to register on the career expo link, where participants will be assigned an interview time based on availability. Recently named as one of Forbes “35 Most Anticipated Hotel Openings of 2021,” phase one of the San Manuel Casino resort expansion will feature an expanded gaming space, a 24-hour restaurant and a high-end dining venue, as well as new retail shops. Phase two will featuring 429 rooms and suites and an array of amenities, including dining venues, an enhanced pool experience, a spa, new retail spaces and an event venue. Job opportunities include positions in cage operations, facilities, human resources, information technology, Slots, public safety, table games and more. Unlike many other casinos, San Manuel offers dealers a “table-for-table” tip structure that allows them to keep the tips they earn on that table. “The expansion of San Manuel will offer an economic boost to the local job market at a time when it is really needed,” said Brigitte Saria, Chief People and Infrastructure Officer. “Our efforts to boost the local economy are guided by our commitment to ensuring our employment process and work environment follow leading health and safety standards.” San Manuel Casino is located one hour from Los Angeles and Palm Springs, two hours from San Diego, and three hours from Las Vegas.