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Join The Gold Country Team!

Gold Country Casino Resort is one of the largest private employers in Butte County. Open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, we offer many exciting opportunities. With multiple departments ranging from Gaming Operations, Administration, Food and Beverage, Landscaping & Facilities, Hotel, and much more, you're sure to find the right position. If you share a dedication and passion for providing a Gold Standard of Customer Service, Apply Today!

Culture and Benefits

At Gold Country Casino Resort, our Gold Service Standard is not just extended to our guests but to our Team as well. We take pride in cultivating an environment of unity, mutual respect, and growth. Our Team is our most valuable asset and taking care of and appreciating them is one of our top priorities! This is expressed through our many benefit offerings.

  • Low-cost Health, Dental, and Vision Packages for Team Members
  • Generous PTO accruals
  • Growth and Development paths for advancement opportunities
  • 401K with 3% match
  • Team Member discounts on food and drink at all our outlets

How to apply

Email: jobs@goldcountrycasino.com 

Native American Preference

  • Company paid Life Insurance
  • Team Member (and Tribal) preference for all open positions
  • Uniforms and Supplies provided
  • Tons of Team Celebration Events!
  • Paid lunch breaks (30 mins)
  • Fun TDR (Team Member Dining Room)

Frequently Asked Questions

When you join the Gold Country team you'll be starting a career that provides growth, opportunity, and fantastic benefits. Below are some of the most frequently asked employment questions.

Do you offer benefits

Yes, Gold Country Casino Resort offers low cost health, dental and vision packages for all full-time Team Members. Our 401K is offered to all Team Members regardless of full-time or part-time status.

What positions are available at Gold Country Casino Resort?

Gold Country has several positions available and new ones open up everyday. Browse our full list at https://workforcenow.adp.com/jobs/apply/posting.html?client=Tyme&jobId.

Can I bring friends and family to GCCR if I'm employed?

Absolutely! We encourage Team Members to visit the property with friends and family and give a generous discount to all our outlets which extends to the Team Member and three additional guests.

If I become a Team Member can I still play?

Depending on the position many of our Team Members are allowed to play on Slots and Table Games.

Are you just hiring for full-time positions?

We offer both part-time and full-time positions and strive to be as flexible as possible.

Do I have to be experienced to apply?

The main thing we look for in candidates is the right attitude. We offer many training opportunities to teach the necessary skills for positions such as Bartenders, Dealers, Slots, and Security.

Do I have to be 21 or older?

While most of our positions are for those 21 and older we do offer some positions for under 21.

Is there opportunity for advancement?

We are committed to promoting from within. Many of our current Supervisors and Managers started as frontline Team Members and moved up through the ranks.

Do Team Members get holidays off?

While understanding that we are an entertainment facility and are most busy when others are off, we do offer eight holidays a year. If you are scheduled off on a holiday you would be paid for an extra day. If you are scheduled on a holiday, you'd receive double time.

Do you give preference to a Native American applicants?

As a Native American owned company our priority is to provide opportunities to Berry Creek Tyme Maidu Tribal Members first, then any other federally recognized Native American Tribal Members. However, our goal is always to seek the most qualified candidates to maintain successful operations of our enterprise.

Team Success Stories

Katherine's Success Story

After recently celebrating her 25-year work anniversary at Gold Country Casino, Katie is currently one of the longest-working team member! At only 18 years old, she began her career in casino housekeeping and would later transition into other roles involving snack bar, drop count, and Mega Mania. It wasn’t until two years later that she discovered her passion for working in the Cage. In 1999 she became a Cage Supervisor and by 2002 she was promoted to the Lead Cage Supervisor. After accumulating more than a decade worth of leadership experience, Katie was promoted to Cage Manager, her most current position to this day. Katie’s tenured career is a testament to the enjoyment of her team and its environment. When asked about what advice she would give she mentions, “Consider your work performance as a reflection of your character. You will succeed if you have pride in your performance.”

Kenny's Success Story

Kenny’s love for I.T. began as an intern at the Butte County Office of Education. However, his time at Gold Country Casino began as a busser in the casino’s café. Kenny excelled in his role and after seven short months he was promoted to Café Supervisor. Five years later, Kenny had a change of interest and wanted to shift his career toward his passion for Information Technology. By the start of 2014, Kenny took a leap of faith and transferred to the I.T Help Desk. After eight years of hard work, doors began to open for Kenny that would push his career to new heights! By September of 2022, an opportunity arose, and Kenny was promoted to I.T. Director! Kenny loves his new position and his current I.T team who are always ready to go the extra mile for him! Kenny would like to encourage team members to not be afraid of taking the leap if you love what you do!

Kendrik's Success Story

As a Tribal Member, Kendrik started working with the Tyme Maidu Tribe in 2004 as a teenager. After working with the “Youth Work & Learn” summer program for two years he would later transition into a role at the Tyme Too Bowl Bowling Alley. After nine years at the Bowling Alley, he decided to transfer to Gold Country Casino where he would begin his gaming career as a Casino Floor Manager. His leadership skills quickly shined and in two short years, he was promoted to the Lead CFM position. Kendrik’s success didn’t stop there… His experience as the Lead CFM helped propel his career to new heights. In April 2022, he advanced into the Player Development Manager role and was concurrently named the Interim Director of Marketing. Kendrik would like to give the following advice to all team members who aspire to advance in their position. “ Learn as much as you can about your role, strive to be a team member that your direct reports can count on, don't be afraid to jump on opportunities that present themselves, and always be willing to learn.”

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