WSOP hiring for forthcoming event series

Looking for a job in the poker industry?? Here could be your chance. So get all set to deal and shuffle.


The World Series of Poker is getting all set for their forthcoming events and has a few spot that required to be filled.
The WSOP, a Caesars Interactive Entertainment division, operated from the May’s end to the middle of July at the Rio and needs a staff of around 2350 employees to operate successfully each year. The firm is looking for people in every area of operations —cage, chip personnel, dealers, food and beverage staff, customer service as well as everything in between — to staff their fast- nearing 2016 series.
Last year, after building a very successful relationship, the World Series of Poker is again working with Clark County School District to offer employment to teachers as well as school staffs who are looking for short-term engagement when school is out of session.
Those interested to be a dealer, auditions will take place at Rio, 3700 W. Flamingo Rd., each Tuesday, Wednesday as well as Thursday through the start of May. Before attending an audition, one must give an online application.
Around 1700 spots do need an active Nevada Gaming License —supervisors, dealers etc. Au fait employing, WSOP/Caesars Interactive would serve new hires acquire the needed document. Even though the majority of the positions for the yearly event are temporary, there is a probability for those jobs to be full time jobs.