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CityGate Centre is set to host job fair August 24

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Above / CityGate Hospitality is planning a job fair with on-the-spot interviews and signing bonuses from 7AM to 6PM Thurs., August 24. (Photo courtesy CityGate Centre®)

CityGate Hospitality which manages an array of amenities at CityGate Centre, located along Rte. 59 between I-88 and Ferry Rd. in Naperville, will host a hospitality industry job fair, 7AM to 6PM Thurs., Aug. 24. The job fair will be held in the Grand Ballroom of Hotel Arista, 2139 CityGate Lane.

On-the-spot interviews will be held for front-of-house and back-of-house positions at Forbes-recommended Hotel Arista, Che Figata, Tap In Pub, Kafenio and CityGate Grille.

A $250 signing bonus is available for all hourly positions. Job seekers are encouraged to bring their resume and be prepared for interviews.

Associate benefits offered by CityGate Hospitality include medical, dental, vision, life and AD&D, short- and long-term disability, EAP, 401k and pet insurance, in addition to restaurant, spa & fitness discounts, and PTO. A number of these benefits are available for part-time associates.

“Our purpose is to offer an exceptional experience for our guests and that starts with taking care of our associates,” CityGate Hospitality SVP, Chief Administrative Officer Jim Adams. “Our mission is to be the hospitality employer of choice in the western suburbs.”

A full list of food and beverage open positions can be found at www.CityGateCentre.com/employment.

Additionally, applications will be accepted on behalf of Arch Amenities Group (AAG) which manages Forbes 4-Star Arista Spa & Salon and Olympus Executive Fitness Center, also located at CityGate Centre. AAG currently is reviewing applications for massage, nail, hair and personal training services.

 

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