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INSIDE THE "EAGLES"

We offer a multitude of employment opportunities from housekeepers, fitness instructors to police officers and medical professionals. Within the gaming industry, we have positions that are unique to casino gambling, as well as the Great Lakes Bay Region. Below you’ll see some of the positions that we offer at BOTH casinos.


Waitstaff:

Reports to:
Waitstaff associates report to their respective Food & Beverage supervisors. Routinely there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.
The job:
Waitstaff greet guests and take food/drink orders; serve orders accurately and professionally; remain attentive to guests throughout their entire dining/drinking experience; maintain high cleanliness standards within the food/drink outlets, kitchen areas and wait stations; restocking, cleaning and polishing as time permits.

Guest Room Attendant:

Reports to:
Guest room attendants report to Housekeeping supervisors. Routinely, there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.
The job:
Guest room attendants clean guestrooms, suites and public areas while working to ensure all guest needs are properly met in a friendly and professional manner; answer guest questions about the hotel, its facilities and the local area.

Casino Ambassador:

Reports to:
Casino ambassadors report to Slot supervisors. Routinely, there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.
The job:
Casino ambassadors greet casino guests and provide them with prompt, friendly and courteous service; perform minor machine repairs and jackpot payouts; general housekeeping within assigned area; answer guest questions regarding slot machine payouts and game rules.

Reports to:
Waitstaff associates report to their respective Food & Beverage supervisors. Routinely there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.

The job:
Waitstaff greet guests and take food/drink orders; serve orders accurately and professionally; remain attentive to guests throughout their entire dining/drinking experience; maintain high cleanliness standards within the food/drink outlets, kitchen areas and wait stations; restocking, cleaning and polishing as time permits.

Reports to:
Guest room attendants report to Housekeeping supervisors. Routinely, there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.

The job:
Guest room attendants clean guestrooms, suites and public areas while working to ensure all guest needs are properly met in a friendly and professional manner; answer guest questions about the hotel, its facilities and the local area.

Reports to:
Casino ambassadors report to Slot supervisors. Routinely, there is more than one supervisor on each shift to increase accessibility.

The job:
Casino ambassadors greet casino guests and provide them with prompt, friendly and courteous service; perform minor machine repairs and jackpot payouts; general housekeeping within assigned area; answer guest questions regarding slot machine payouts and game rules.

Above are condensed job descriptions. To read the full job description, please visit our CAREERS section and check for position availability.