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CityCenter’s Aria resort to hire 350 workers

Two-day job fair planned for later this month

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Tiffany Brown

The Aria hotel is shown on the Las Vegas Strip on Sunday, Aug. 23, 2009.

Hospitality management firm The Light Group said today it will be hiring 350 people for its three food and beverage locations at CityCenter’s Aria Casino and Resort.

The Light Group is looking fill positions for hosts, promoters, security, bartenders, cooks, food runners, buspersons and pantry workers at its Union Restaurant, Haze Nightclub and Deuce Lounge.

The company will begin its hiring process with a two-day job fair on Sept. 13 from 1 p.m. to 7 p.m. and Sept. 14 from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. at the Mirage Events Center.

The Las Vegas-based firm announced details of its three food and beverage outlets Tuesday, which are expected to open in December with the unveiling of Aria.

Union Restaurant and Lounge will serve contemporary American cuisine under the direction Light Group Executive Chef Brian Massie. Haze will be Aria’s only nightclub while The Deuce Lounge will be a smaller bar with high-limit gambling featuring hors d’oeuvres from Union.

Light Group will also manage Aria’s topless pool, Liquid, set to open in spring 2010.

The Light Group manages 11 food and beverage outlets in Las Vegas including Jet nightclub and Bare, the topless pool at the Mirage, and The Bank and Yellowtail Sushi at the Bellagio. The group is expected to manage CityCenter's Harmon Hotel & Spa.

The 350 positions are in addition to about 12,000 job openings previously announced for CityCenter.

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