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Harrah's Reno Holds 2-Day Job Fair Thursday & Friday

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Harrah's Reno is looking to fill more than 35 positions during a two-day job fair this week.

It will take place Thursday and Friday, at the Harrah's Reno Convention Center.

On the 14th -- the job fair goes from 9:30am till 11 am, then again from 1:30pm until 3pm.

Then the next day, one session starts at 10am, and the second session starts at 2pm.

Harrah's is looking to hire blackjack dealers, table games supervisors, cooks, security officers, a race & sportsbook supervisor and cosmetologists.

All potential applicants may visit the Harrah's Reno Human Resources office Monday-Thursday, 9am-4pm, to apply in person or for more information on the Job Fair or vacant positions.

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