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SOUNDS LIKE A DEAL: NEW TABLE GAMES JOBS AT RIVERS CASINO PITTSBURGH

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Rivers Casino
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Feb 10, 2021

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SOUNDS LIKE A DEAL: NEW TABLE GAMES JOBS AT RIVERS CASINO PITTSBURGH
FREE Dealer School starts March 1; Registration deadline is Feb. 22

PITTSBURGH — Feb. 10, 2021 — Deal yourself a new career at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh. If you're looking for a hands-on, fast-paced and fun profession, then dealing table games at Rivers Casino might be the job for you.

Free dealer school training begins on Monday, March 1, at the Community College of Allegheny County (CCAC), from Monday to Friday. There will be A.M. and P.M. classes offered. The online registration deadline is Monday, Feb. 22. Once they pass their final audition and obtain their gaming license, participants will receive a job offer from Rivers Casino Pittsburgh as a part-time dealer. Applicants must be 18 years or older.

Many of the casino’s current table games dealers, including several in leadership positions, have been with the casino for more than a decade—and joined the company without prior casino experience.

This program welcomes participants of all levels—from beginners with no knowledge of table games to those with more experience. The vast majority of positive-minded, motivated and disciplined dealer school students become successful table games dealers at Rivers Casino. The Rivers Casino dealer school teaches students a range of popular games beginning with Blackjack. Near the end of the six-week class, all poker variants are taught: Mississippi stud, 3 and 4 card poker, and Ultimate Texas Hold’ Em poker.

"Rivers Casino is in search of high-energy, ready-to-learn individuals to join the ever-expanding industry of casino gaming," said Andre Barnabei, vice president of gaming at Rivers Casino Pittsburgh. "You’re paid to play a game and entertain guests. How fun is that?"

Rivers Casino offers part-time dealers benefits including paid time off, paid breaks throughout each shift, up to two earned personal days per year, paid holidays throughout the year, and participation in the 401(k) plan with a generous company match. Candidates must be able to work all shifts, including weekends and holidays.

Interested dealer school participants can learn more details and apply online at RiversCasino.com/Pittsburgh/Careers. Applications submitted after Feb. 22 will be considered for future classes.

Rivers Casino Pittsburgh meets or exceeds all health and safety requirements from the CDC, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and Allegheny County, as well as COVID-19 Casino Reopening Protocols outlined by the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board. These standards and practices help ensure the well-being of all Team Members and guests.

For more information about career opportunities and Rivers Casino Pittsburgh, please visit RiversCasino.com/Pittsburgh.

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MEDIA CONTACT:
Hunter Dougherty
For Rivers Casino Pittsburgh
[email protected]
267-884-2307 (cell)

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