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Osage Casinos seeking applicants for leadership program

Osage Casinos is seeking Osage applicants expressing a desire to learn more about leadership in the gaming industry and the Osage Nation.

The leadership program will develop future employees’ skills and intellect for advanced leadership positions at Osage Casinos, according to a prepared release. No prior gaming experience is necessary.

Participants will learn leadership and supervisory skills that enable the understanding and ability to address contemporary business practices, while preserving tribal culture. Participants will work toward an opportunity for leadership positions at the casino through trainings, advanced academic coursework, and gaming departmental rotations.

Applicants must possess an original Certificate of Degree of Indian Blood Card (CDIB Card) showing Osage descent by blood, or an Osage Nation membership Card; show an ability to complete and obtain an Osage Nation Gaming License; and have completed at least 60 college-level hours preferably in Business Administration, Marketing, Hospitality Gaming, or a field applicable to one or more positions within Osage Casinos. A Bachelor’s degree is preferred. Applicants may have little or no supervisory experience. 

All interested persons may apply starting May 1 online atwww.osagecasinos.com/careers.  

For additional questions regarding the OPLS program, please contact Carmen Dennis, Training and Development Manager, atcarmen.dennis@osagecasinos.com (918) 699-7846 or Aaron Watson, Management Trainer, at aaron.watson@osagecasinos.com (918) 699-7797.


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Original Publish Date: 2013-05-08 00:00:00

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