Seminole Hard Rock Tampa is looking to hire 1,200 employees

Here’s how to participate.

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The Seminole Hard Rock Hotel & Casino Tampa’s $700 million expansion is leading to the creation of 1,200 new jobs.

That’s according to a press release which says that the company is looking to fill more than 50 positions during a two-day, open-call job fair on June 4-5.

Registration and check-in for the events starts at 9 a.m. in an air-conditioned tent in the North Parking Lot adjacent to Hillsborough Avenue and Orient Road. The job fair will end at 2 p.m. each day. Early arrival is suggested since applicants will be processed on a first-come, first-served basis.

Jobs available span 10 departments and include a menagerie of job titles including nail tech, security, cashier, housekeeping, bellhop, line looks, custodians, servers, and more.

The hiring process can be sped up by applying online, and a separate recruiting post suggests that job seekers bring a hard copy of their resume, an unexpired ID card and Social Security card. If you have a work authorization, then bring that, too. Offers will be made on the spot, and candidates should be prepared for the possibility of having an immediate interview.

See the list of positions below.


Beverage Servers

Model Pool Servers

Service Bartenders

Bar Porters

Restaurant Outlets


Banquet Servers



Counter Service Attendant

Busser/Server Assistant


Cooks - All Levels


Heavy Duty Cleaners


Front Desk Agent

Front Desk Supervisor


Bell Person

Bell Captain


Rooms Controller


Housekeeper Inspector

Housekeeping Supervisor


Wardrobe Attendant

Spa & Recreation

Spa Receptionist

Spa Concierge

Nail Tech

Full Service Providers

Recreation/Pool Attendants

Pool Supervisor

Spa Supervisor

Cash Operations

Casino Cashier

Count Team


Security Officer FT & On Call

Casino Guest Service

Players Club Representative

Marketing Event Representative


Floor Attendant

Floor Technician


HVAC Engineer

Maintenance Tech

Water Feature Mechanic

Groundskeeper, Interior Exterior


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