Approximately 200 new positions will open up whilst currently, more than 600 people are employed by Melco at C2, with the vast majority of those being Cypriot citizens. At a later stage, new job openings will be announced regarding the satellite casino in Ayia Napa.
Victoria Michaelidou, vice president human resources, Melco Cyprus, said, “Melco’s philosophy is to hire on attitude, image and potential and to train on skills, we are looking for talents from the market to fill up the new positions. The available positions are mainly for dealers, slot attendants and cashiers, and successful candidates will go through specialised training.”
In addition, C2, the first licensed casino in the Republic of Cyprus, has launched its official website. Available in English and Greek, it can be accessed at www.cypruscasinos.com. Amongst others, online visitors may explore the games available at C2 along with instructions on how to play and be educated on Melco’s responsible gaming policies as well as locate any job openings at C2.
Furthermore, C2 also brings the highly acclaimed Cyprus landmark – Columbia restaurants to its guests with the Columbia Bistro, offering a specially crafted menu for C2.
Located in Limassol, C2 operates not only in accordance with Cyprus legislation and regulations, but also follows Melco’s industry-leading professional standards which focus on responsible gaming. Comprising 4,600m² inclusive of a 1,300m² gaming area, Cyprus Casinos features 33 table games and 242 slot machines, the Salon Prive VIP gaming area, the Columbia Bistro restaurant and two bars.