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The LINQ to Host Job Fair to Fill 550 Jobs

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The LINQ under construction. The LINQ under construction.

LAS VEGAS -- Hiring is underway for The LINQ which is one of the valley's newest attractions. More than 550 people are needed to work at the LINQ or for its tenants. 

The LINQ is hosting a job fair on Jan. 18. Interviews will take place for a variety of roles including LINQ concierge ambassadors, sales positions, High Roller ambassadors, bartenders, servers, hosts, security officers and food and beverage servers. Management positions are also available.

"We are looking for people who have a great attitude, friendly smiles and who will enjoy being part of a team that's creating history in Las Vegas," said Jon Gray, vice president and general manager of The LINQ. "Many of our tenants are new operators in Las Vegas and they are excited to hire great talent right here in our city."

The job fair takes place on Jan. 18 Saturday, from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Sunset Ballroom in the Flamingo Hotel.

Applicants must apply online before attending the job fair. They should bring at least three copies of their resume and come dressed professionally. Applicants are also asked to park at the Quad Resort & Casino.

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