Company hiring Canadian ‘blackjack tester’ for Las Vegas casinos
A company is looking for Canadian candidates to go to Las Vegas to play cards at various casinos – on their dime.
BonusFinder Canada is recruiting someone to travel to Sin City to be their official “Las Vegas Blackjack Tester.”
The successful applicant will win a three-day trip for two and receive $2,000 – half to be spent on the casino floor, the other half for their services evaluating the best blackjack tables.
The casinos that require reviewing are Caesars Palace, MGM Grand, Bellagio, Golden Nugget, Circus Circus, Mandalay Bay, The Venetian and The Palazzo.
The lucky pair will also get a chance to learn all kinds of tips and tricks from blackjack legend Richard Marcus, who will arm the Blackjack Tester with everything they need to find success at the tables.
If you think you’re the right person for the role, the application process is simple.
Resumes are not required. To apply, head to Bonusfinder Canada’s competition page and fill out your contact details and explain why you are the ideal candidate for the once-in-a-lifetime job.
Hit the “apply” button and your application will be looked over by the team.
Note, the gig is open to those who are 21 years of age and older.
National Blackjack Day was on March 2 but applicants have until March 17 at 9 p.m. to apply.
There is a limit of one entry per applicant; the winner will be contacted by March 22.
“This isn’t your average role,” said Fintan Costello, managing director at BonusFinder Canada. “The opportunity to head to Las Vegas to rate your experiences in some of world’s most prestigious casinos is really special and just like any good company, we’re making sure you’re skills are up to scratch with this money-can’t-buy prize of tuition from one of blackjack’s icons, Richard Marcus.”
He added: “We’re excited about welcoming the successful applicant to the BonusFinder Canada team and we think, armed with the added skills we’re providing, they will have everything they need for a successful trip to Sin City.”