The casino, located on the north end of the Las Vegas Strip, will conduct interviews virtually.
Lori Calderon, RWLV Executive Director of Talent Acquisition and Community Relations, told Las Vegas news station KSNV, “We had to seek out different types of technology that would allow us to take all the information, but also to allow people to feel seen and heard, and so we were able to do that and we feel really good about the process, and we also feel good about the fact that people will be able to do this from home.”
RWLV should have a wide pool of talent to choose from in Las Vegas, where tens of thousands of casino workers have been furloughed or laid off since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.
Available job postings range from corporate positions in finance and marketing to food service and casino floor workers.
RWLV seeks employees fluent in languages as varied as Mandarin, Russian and Turkish, emphasizing the diversity in clientele is hoping to attract.
The casino is on-schedule to open in the summer months but a grand opening date has not yet been announced.