NIAGARA FALLS, N.Y (WIVB) - The Seneca Niagara Casino and Hotel provided many opportunities for people to land a job at the casino for those who attended its job fair.
The casino is hoping to fill about 60 positions which include candidates in the food and beverage field including banquet staff.
The casino wants to expand its workforce before the busy holiday season.
Director of Recruitment Brandy Owens says, " Customer service is really what is going to bring the folks in here. So when they come in fresh and they're ready to work and they're eager, definitely, it's a good crowd today."
The Seneca Niagara Casino is one of Western New York's largest employers with close to 25 hundred workers.
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