Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania)

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Dealer Interview

Dealer
Pittsburgh, PA

I applied through an employee referral and the process took 4+ weeks - interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania) in April 2010.

Interview Details – Casino's are looking for dealers with good social skills. Interesting people, good conversationalists, happy faces. They will ask you what your hobbies are. The casino generally doesn't hire dealers who have anything theft related on their criminal record or any felonies. They also are wary of hiring people in deep debt. There is a oral swab drug test during the orientation.

Interview Question – What is your biggest weakness.   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – There is no negotiation. Its a gig, not a career.


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Supervisor Interview

Supervisor
Pitts, PA

I applied online and the process took 1+ week - interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania) in March 2011.

Interview Details – i applied online, was contacted less than a week later, interviewed with h.r, who asked me typical human resources questions, strengths, weaknesses, hypothetical work issues, etc.
a few days later. interviewed with f & b managers and the director who asked me more situational questions.

Interview Question – can you describe a proper way to deal with a bad profit and loss statement   View Answer

Negotiation Details – no negotiation. offered 32000


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Anonymous Interview

Anonymous Employee
Pittsburgh, PA

I applied online and the process took 3 weeks - interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania) in October 2009.

Interview Details – A long drawn out process.

Interview Question – There was none   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – What were you able to negotiate? What advice would you give others considering an offer?


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Table Games Dealer Interview

Table Games Dealer
Pittsburgh, PA

I applied through other source and interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania).

Interview Details – Pretty standard as long a your good at math. training can take months

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Table Games Dealer Interview

Table Games Dealer
Des Plaines, IL

I applied online and the process took a day - interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania) in June 2011.

Interview Details – Rivers Casino trained over a hundred new table games dealers at no cost to us.
They could have hired all experienced ones but instead took many off of the unemployment line.

Interview Question – Describe yourself in 3 words   Answer Question

Negotiation Details – No negotiations. They have set pay scales + tokes


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Asian Chef Specialty, Sushi Interview

Asian Chef Specialty, Sushi
Pittsburgh, PA

I applied online and the process took 2 weeks - interviewed at Rivers Casino (Pennsylvania) in July 2009.

Interview Details – I sent an email to the ad. They responded with a phone call, basic questions then asked me to come in for an interview. I sat across from two room chefs, not the executive chefs and they asked a few more questions. Asked if i would participate in a skills test, i agreed. We set a date, i demo'd a few things and they offered me the position.

Interview Question – They asked me my best selling specialty rolls and what styles made up the more complex side of sushi.   View Answer

Negotiation Details – Negotiate hard if you have any real experience to back up what skill you have. Especially if it's a specialty position. I was supposed to start as a cook3 for training and move up to specialty chef but the bumped me down a peg. I did it because i wanted the job but now that i see the inner-workings, I'd suggest letting them know you're worth the position you applied for and since that's what you just interviewed for that's what you deserve. Fight back against there "intro pay rates" it's bs.

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