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SLS Las Vegas taking applications for 2,700 jobs

Reported by: Michelle Velez
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Updated: 4/21 9:30 am
LAS VEGAS (KSNV — SLS Las Vegas announced today that it will begin accepting applications for 2,700 hourly and front of house positions.

Current openings span a cross-section of departments including housekeeping, front desk, culinary, security, food and beverage, public areas, and casino operations.

“Las Vegas is a community of rich talent and we’re excited to develop our team with those wanting to deliver a stylish, yet approachable, playfully elevated experience,” said Chrystal Herndon, Vice President of Human Resources for SLS Las Vegas, according to a news release. “We have seen a high level of interest in jobs at SLS and are eager to meet those who want to push the limits of creativity with us, not for us.”

Applications are only accepted online here, where available positions are updated daily. To date, SLS Las Vegas has received nearly 15,000 applications.

SLS Las Vegas is scheduled to open Labor Day Weekend, with room reservations now being accepted for dates starting late August.


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