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Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino is hiring

Press Release,  Friday, January 9, 2009 at 12:26:19 PM

The Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino announced today it will host a Job Fair to hire staff for two new restaurants scheduled to open this spring. The new restaurants will employ approximately 100 people.

The Job Fair will be held on Thursday, January 15, 2009 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Barona Golf Events Center by the Barona Creek Golf Club, which is adjacent to the Barona Casino. Interested applicants are encouraged to visit and complete an application in advance.

"Despite the challenges presented by the current economy, Barona is excitedly preparing for the grand opening of our new restaurants, and we need dozens of new staff members that fit into the Barona family atmosphere," said Rick Salinas, general manager of Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino. "In an economy when many businesses and casinos are cutting back, we are continuing to expand the services we provide our guests, and the end result is not only an even better experience for our guests but also more jobs, which is positive for the community."

The full-time restaurant positions include chefs, culinarians, servers and managers to work at new Italian and seafood restaurants, as well as positions in existing venues. The employment package includes competitive compensation and benefit plans including health, dental, life insurance, 401k plus many more rewarding benefits.

Barona Valley Ranch Resort & Casino is scheduled to open the new restaurants in two phases. Located on the lower level of the casino, the first phase will introduce two new restaurants this spring -- an Italian Cucina and a Seafood Plaza. During the second phase, the award-winning Barona Oaks Steakhouse will move to a larger location and a soon-to-be announced new restaurant concept will be opened in its current space on the casino floor.

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