I worked at The Mirage
Cabanas were fun and always had a party atmosphere. Great place to work in your youth. Mostly seasonal jobs at the pool.
Some of the hotel executives took advantage of the perks of their job. They also wanted to be treated like they were paying customers.
Advice to Management
This goes for everyone, you must earn your respect.
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Declined OfferPositive ExperienceAverage Interview
I applied online – interviewed at The Mirage.
I applied online and received the call for an interview. My first interview was with two managers who asked questions from a piece of paper and they write my answers down. They were being attentive to my answers. Nothing too hard, but they asked multiple questions at once. You have to elaborate answers and try to include what you would do in each situation. The first interview was a very pleasant experience. The second interview was with the Director of the department. The Director didn't ask anything new, just read the answers that the two managers wrote in my first interview and ask three of the same questions. I could have answers the same thing but I didn't want to sound scripted, that caught me off guard as I struggled a little bit to try to word differently. The Director was saying how I have work experience but not that much, and I was thinking "you didn't look at my resume before you called me for an interview?!!". Sometimes the company would call you for an interview just to criticize you about your work experience, and I do get that here. I removed my job application after I learn that it wasn't the job I thought it would be. It was misleading how they didn't put on the web site that this is a temporary job.
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The Mirage Casino-Hotel imagines itself an oasis in the desert of Las Vegas. Part of the MGM Resorts International (formerly MGM MIRAGE) family of about a half dozen Vegas resorts, The Mirage offers guests more than 3,000 rooms and 100,000 square feet of gambling space along with a spa, over a dozen restaurants, shops, and a handful of attractions including the famed Siegfried and Roy's Secret Garden and the Kim V Salon. The $630 million Mirage Casino-Hotel had its grand opening in 1989. Parent MGM Resorts is controlled by founder Kirk Kerkorian.