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CityCenter to hire hundreds at job fair next week


Las Vegas Sun,  Saturday, July 11, 2009 at 9:53:46 AM

MGM Mirage is giving Nevada's unemployed hope in today's bleak job market.

CityCenter is looking to hire hundreds of employees during a food and beverage job fair next week, MGM Mirage announced.

The company will be interviewing to fill several positions in its food and beverage department, including assistant executive stewards, bakers, banquet management, buspersons, cooks, food servers, fountain workers, kitchen management and restaurant management.

The job fair will be Thursday from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at CityCenter's Career Center, behind the Mirage at 3549 Industrial Road. CityCenter said appointments must be scheduled by Wednesday.


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