After logging in to your account, you will need to click on your user name which can be found in the upper right hand corner of the page. A small menu will appear and you should then click account info. You will now be able to see your application history!

If you have created an account in the past, you will need to click the LOGIN link in the upper right hand side of the page. You can do that here https://www.hrapply.com/pacasinojobs/HRLogix.app . After clicking login, you will see the login screen. Directly below the password field  there is a GREEN  Link that says FORGOT PASSWORD?  Enter your e-mail address and a password reset will be sent to you! 

You can also jump to the reset link here https://www.hrapply.com/pacasinojobs/AppForgot.jsp

Chances are that you have already created an account with us!  Try using the forgot password link and any possible e-mails you have used! If this still doesn’t work, contact us to reset your password!

After you’ve logged in you will see a field labeled apply history and the positions you’ve applied to most recently. Click on the green EDIT link under the View/Edit column and you will be able to change your personal information.

Make sure to click SAVE when you are finished to keep your changes!

You can only apply for a position once. If you did not meet the requirements the last time you applied, you will need to wait until the position is reposted in order to reapply.

Also, keep in mind you can only apply for 3 positions at a time! You may have met your limit!

Yes! If you have graduated from dealer school within the last 6 months, we recommend that you apply!

If you have been a dealer at another casino anytime in the last 5 years, you could qualify to deal at Rivers Casino! Apply!

There are some common interview questions that you will likely be asked, and you should take some time and think about how you will answer them:

  • Tell me, what do you know about Rivers Casino Pittsburgh?  – This question is both an ice breaker and a question to see how much you researched the company before the interview.  Take the time ahead of your interview to learn about the property on websites like: Indeed, Glassdoor, Google and the Company’s website.
  • Why don’t you tell me about yourself? – This opened-ended question is a typical way for an interviewer to begin. It starts conversation and allows them to get a sense of who you are and your priorities. What is important is to keep your answer to this fairly short, and stick with details about your professional career.
  • Why do you want to work here? -This is your chance to demonstrate that you did some research about the company and talk about what you found out that makes you want to work here. Hiring Managers want to hear about how you’re excited about the opportunity with their company, not that you are just looking for a job anywhere.
  • What is your biggest strength/weakness? – Make sure that you keep your answers work related. When asked your greatest strength this is your opportunity to explain what makes you special and why you’d be a great person to hire. When asked your greatest weakness one of the worst answers that you can give is “I don’t have one” or “I can’t think of any”. For this question you should point out some minor work related weakness and anything that you’ve done to help correct it.
  • Why should I hire you? – This is another chance for you to explain to the hiring manager how your knowledge, skills and abilities matches the description of their ideal candidate. Go through your experience and talk about how it relates to the position.

On the day of the interview, it is important to make a great first impression!  To do that, consider these four items:

  1. Dress the Part
    One of the first things that an interviewer will notice and use to evaluate you is how you are dressed. It’s important that you show up looking your best. For men, a pressed dress shirt and tie are standard interview attire. If you don’t own a suit, then a collared shirt and dress pants are a good alternative. Women should wear a clean, pressed blouse and suit or skirt. Even if you are applying for a job in a casual office environment it is better to be overdressed than underdressed. Never wear shorts, jeans, or athletic shoes to an interview.
  2. Be on Time
    Make sure you have directions to the location of the interview, and if necessary do a trial run so you know how long it will take you to arrive. You should arrive at the casino at least 15 minutes before your scheduled interview time and check in with Security at the property so they can direct you on where to go. Arriving more than 15 minutes before your scheduled time should be avoided, since some interviewers see this as being disrespectful of their time and ignoring your appointment.
  3. Personal Presentation
    During the interview make sure you stay aware of your body language. When you sit down maintain good posture. Don’t slouch in your seat and you may even want to lean forward slightly in your chair to show that you are engaged in the conversation. Maintain eye contact with your interviewer.  When you first meet your interviewer give them a firm handshake. You don’t have to squeeze their hand, but it is important not to have a weak or limp handshake. Many interviewers will tell you that a limp handshake is often seen as a sign of inexperience or lack of confidence, and may even eliminate you from consideration for the job.
  4. Sell Yourself
    One thing that all interviewers hate is when they ask a question and receive one or two word answers. Take the time in an interview to talk about yourself and why you are a great candidate. The more detailed your answers to questions the better the chance that you will connect with your interviewer, and ultimately get a job offer. It’s also important to be honest during the interview. Don’t exaggerate your achievements.

Consider these two things after your interview to show your continued interest in the position:

Write a thank you card
When you are done with your interview make sure you get a business card from your interviewer. The day after your interview send a brief thank you card or email to the interviewer to thank them for their time.

Be Patient
After your interview you are going to be impatient and hope to hear something quickly. Please realize that even after a great interview it takes most companies a few days to make a final decision, especially if there are multiple candidates being considered for the role. If you haven’t heard anything after a week it’s okay to check on the status of the search with your interviewer, but don’t contact them too often.  It can take up to 2-3 weeks to complete all the interviews depending on how many people applied.