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CINCINNATI - The Horseshoe Casino is recruiting for more than a thousand casino jobs.
Rock Ohio Caesars is getting ready to hire about 1,700 people for the upcoming opening of the Cincinnati Horseshoe.
The Cincinnati casino will be accepting applications from August 22 through September 16.
The casino is looking to fill about 750 poker dealer, table games dealer, poker supervisor, table games supervisor positions and select management roles.
Table games dealers and supervisors will make up the largest hiring pool, staffing 85 table games and 31 tables for World Series of Poker. These positions require the most training.
The casino will post further positions in the fall and winter to prepare for its planned opening in spring. Rock Ohio Caesars plans to hire more than 90 percent of its workforce from the Greater Cincinnati area.
The casino is looking for applicants who are at least 21 years old, graduated high school or have a GED, and can pass a drug test and background check.
People can read more or apply online at: www.horseshoecincinnati.com .
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