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Osage Nation Looking to Add 200 Positions at Casinos

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Officials with Osage Casinos announced Tuesday afternoon the availability of 200 new employee opportunities.

According to a statement from the Osage Nation, two separate job fairs will be held in October. Officials are looking to hire gaming and hospitality positions.

The first job fair will take place at 9 a.m. on Oct. 5 at the Skiatook Public Schools Multi-Purpose Building. The second also will begin at 9 a.m. over at the Ponca City County Club.

Osage Casinos stated it's expanding its Skiatook and Ponca City locations by the end of 2013 to include hotels, restaurants, convention meeting space, convenience stores and fueling stations.

Candidates for employment should bring a government issued ID for the on-site application process. Successful applicants must pass a drug screening and background check to receive a gaming license.

Further information can be found by calling 918-699-7773.

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