Our Hiring Process

What it takes to join the team

Want To Join Our Team? Here's a brief rundown of how our hiring process works:

To begin, review the available positions to find a suitable match based on your skills, experience and education. You will then need to create a profile and submit your application. If you have a current resume, please include it with your application.  

Your application will be carefully reviewed to determine if you meet the necessary requirements for the job you applied to. If you’re selected for an interview, a recruiter or hiring manager will contact you. If you are offered the position, you will be required to take a pre-employment drug test and complete a thorough background investigation.

All employment offers are contingent upon successful completion of a pre-employment drug test, reference check, and background investigation. All Potawatomi Bingo Casino and some Potawatomi Hotel employment offers are also contingent upon the ability to obtain an occupational gaming license.

The occupational gaming license application requires, but is not limited to, full disclosure of criminal, residential and employment history. After completing the background investigation, applicants may be granted an occupational gaming license through the Forest County Potawatomi Gaming Commission.

For more information regarding the occupational gaming license application, download our PDF.

Being a diverse and dynamic workplace is a cornerstone of Potawatomi Hotel & Casino. As a Native American-owned and -operated company, we value diversity—and it shows. We embrace the various personal and professional backgrounds our team members offer, and we value their feedback and ideas to make Potawatomi Hotel & Casino a great place to work. We are proud of our workforce, as it reflects the many surrounding communities our team members call home.

Potawatomi Hotel & Casino is an enterprise owned and operated by the Forest County Potawatomi Community. The Casino provides revenue to operate the tribal government and ensures self-sufficiency for future generations of tribal members.

The Casino gives preference in employment decisions to enrolled members of the Forest County Potawatomi Community, enrolled members of other federally recognized tribes, spouses of enrolled Forest County Potawatomi Community members, and persons with ancestry or ties to an enrolled Forest County Potawatomi Community member, in that order or preference.

Native American applicants should be sure to list tribal affiliation and provide an enrollment number in the required field of the application. Please note that tribal enrollment verification will be required to be eligible for hiring preference.