We're glad you've chosen to consider employment with Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack. We're owned by DNC Gaming & Entertainment, a division of Delaware North Companies, a global hospitality industry leader with operations at dozens of locations in the United States, Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia and new Zealand. For more information on Delaware North, visit www.DelawareNorth.com.
The fun starts at Finger Lakes Gaming & Racetrack. Finger Lakes is constantly changing, making every day you come into work new and exciting. With over 500 employees and over a dozen different departments, Finger Lakes is a unique place to work with ample room to grow.
If we decide you are a good fit for our team and you are up for the challenge we have just a few expectations. We expect our associates to be customer-focused; this includes both internal and external customers. We expect our associates to demonstrate our Guestpath standards with each customer interaction. Lastly, we expect that you will have a fun and rewarding experience at Finger lakes Gaming and Racetrack and in turn you provide the same experience to our guest.
You can expect to be held accountable for delivering exceptional service. You can expect a management team that wants you to succeed and will help you every step of the way. You can expect to be rewarded for outstanding performance and guided for less than outstanding performance. You can expect to work for a great company and be part of an outstanding team.
If you think that all of the above sounds like an experience you would like to be part of then we would like to talk further about the possibility of you joining our team. If you are a company or group who would like us to come to your organization to speak about our company and our open positions, please contact: Amy Lyons 585-924-3232 Ext. 335.
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EEO/M/F/V/D Statement: Finger Lakes Racing Association, Inc. is an equal opportunity employer. Our company utilizes drug screening for all prospective employees.
If gambling is a problem for yourself or someone you care about, please call the New York State Office of Alcoholism and Substance Abuse Services http://www.oasas.ny.gov/ 1-877-8HopeNY. Click here more information on our Voluntary Self-Exclusion Program.