Wynn Resorts is holding a Career Showcase in Everett and a Diversity Showcase in Cambridge this month. The Career Showcase will highlight potential future opportunities at the proposed Wynn Resort in Everett and feature current Wynn employees from Las Vegas who will be available for informal one-on-one discussions.
On Monday, October 28, and Tuesday October 29, Wynn team members will present separate events in Cambridge and Everett, designed to help the casino developer begin recruiting in the area. At both events, local residents can learn about current openings at Wynn Resort Casinos around the world, as well as get information on the types of jobs that may be available, if the proposed Everett resort casino is granted a license by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission next year.
On Monday, Everett Mayor Carlo DeMaria heralded Wynn’s announcement as evidence of the company’s commitment to the city.
“I am excited to share with the residents of Everett the great opportunities with Wynn Resorts, should Wynn Everett become a reality,” said Mayor DeMaria. “In our successfully negotiated host agreement with Wynn, I was able to incorporate a strong local preference for Everett residents, for the careers and jobs that will be available and look forward to everyone learning more about upcoming opportunities. Jobs for residents has been a priority for me since my first conversation with Wynn and this is an exciting step in what is to come for Everett.”
Recently honored as the “Top Workplace in Nevada” in 2013 by the Las Vegas Review-Journal, Wynn also consistently earns accolades as one of the Most Admired Companies in America (by Fortune Magazine). Additionally, Career Showcase attendees can investigate current job openings and careers at the company’s Las Vegas resorts.
On Monday, October 28, the Diversity Showcase at the Cambridge Multicultural Arts Center will offer an insight into Wynn’s many benefits for minority employees and the diversity recognition programs the company currently has in place in its resorts. Key executives from the Wynn team will be available to answer questions. The event will be held from 6 to 8 p.m. and the Multicultural Arts Center is located at 41 Second Street in Cambridge.
On Tuesday, October 29, The Career Showcase in Everett will offer general information on the types of jobs that might be available, Wynn’s generous benefits packages and overall opportunities to work with the company. The “Wynn Culture” will also be highlighted. Wynn Resorts is widely recognized as the employer of choice in the industry with employee retention ratings well above industry standards. This is evidenced by the many families with multiple generations working at a Wynn Resort. The Wynn Career Showcase will be held at Everett High School Auditorium, 100 Elm Street, also from 6 to 8 p.m.
The proposed Wynn Resort in Everett expects to create 4,000 permanent jobs, plus 3,500 construction jobs. Built in a single phase, a Wynn Resort in Everett will create the most jobs and highest revenue to communities and the state.
For more information visit www.wynnineverett.com.