Who Are We?We are 2,200 Team Members working a broad array of positions and shifts. We are a 24-hour a day, 365-day per year gaming destination situated in the historic Greektown district. Detroit's premier entertainment destination. At Greektown Casino we are a diverse group of Team Members who possess many of the same skills found throughout the hospitality and gaming industry: a friendly disposition, attention to detail and unwavering dedication to Superior Guest Service.
Wages and BenefitsGreektown Casino provides a competitive compensation package to all Team Members in each employment category. In addition, we offer Team Members a choice of medical care plans, plus dental and eye care benefits. Team members also have the option of joining a 401(k) savings plan. Most positions at Greektown Casino are full time, but some part-time and seasonal opportunities also arise.
About Greektown Casino-HotelGreektown Casino-Hotel is located in the heart of Detroit's premier entertainment district and is operated by the very best casino managers in the industry. That's why Greektown Casino is appreciated as much by its guests as by its Team Members. Its location — close to the Joe Louis Arena, a People Mover ride away from Cobo Convention Center, within walking distance of Comerica Park and Ford Field -- makes it an essential part of Downtown Detroit's continued growth. But what really sets Greektown Casino apart are the fine Team Members who have brought their experience and excellence to this project from world-class gaming properties across the nation. No matter what position you seek, you come to Greektown Casino knowing that you will be working with Team Members who can teach state-of-the-art skills in every work category.
Joining Team GreektownYou may complete an application online.
To apply online you will need a valid email address, a working phone number, the exact names and addresses of three references, and the exact names, addresses and dates of employment for all employers going back 10 years (including schools, for those in the workforce less than 10 years). All successful applicants must also meet the qualification for licensure by the Michigan Gaming Control Board and must pass a pre-employment drug screening. Upon hire applicants must bring identification and proof of right to work (such as social security card, birth certificate, etc.).