By Bill Clark
Agua Caliente Spa & Casino is currently seeking individuals to fill a variety of positions at its Palm Springs and Rancho Mirage locations.
The spa resort and casino is operated by the Agua Caliente Band of Cahuilla Indians and is the largest employer in the Coachella Valley. Agua Caliente offers competitive salaries, first-rate benefits and an excellent opportunity for career growth and advancement. Employees receive health coverage, tuition reimbursement, English language classes and GED assistance.
Nancy Conrad, press secretary for the Band of Cahuilla Indians, says tribal governments' commitment to empowering the local community is what makes Agua Caliente an ideal career choice. Conrad says that when one factors in tips and other benefits an entry-level employee can make up to $22.00 an hour.
"The Band of Cahuilla Indians has always been actively involved in the community, and we are glad that we are able to attract the brightest and the best. We believe in helping individuals reach their full potential in all areas of their lives. We are especially interested in individuals who are thinking long-term and who want to advance into supervisory and management roles with the spa and casino," she said.
The 228-room spa resort in Palm Springs is well-known for its fine restaurants and healing, natural waters. Gaming, dining and entertainment at the casino in Rancho Mirage rival that of Las Vegas' famous "Strip." According to Agua Caliente's Web site finishing touches are currently being made to a new resort in Rancho Mirage and a grand opening is slated for early 2008.
To view current positions and to submit an application visit www.aguacaliente.org or drop by the human resources office at 401 E. Amado Road in Palm Springs (888) 999-1995.
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