What you need to know:
- The Massachusetts Gaming Commission is committed to providing the greatest possible economic development benefits and revenues to the people of the Commonwealth. To that end, MassGaming will provide information relative to employment and vendor opportunities at our licensees.
- The Expanded Gaming Act established job creation and the development of a diverse workforce as one of its primary objectives.
- Every casino employee and gaming vendor must be licensed or registered by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission prior to commencing employment or conducting business at a gaming establishment in Massachusetts.
The following links are to third-party web sites not under the control of the MGC. MGC is not responsible for the contents of any linked site and is providing these links only as a convenience.
Opportunities at Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville:
To find out about employment opportunities at Plainridge Park Casino, please click here.
To find out about opportunities for vendors at Plainridge Park Casino in Plainville, please click here.
Opportunities at MGM Springfield:
To find out about opportunities at MGM Springfield, please click here.
Read about MGM Springfield’s plan for Workforce Development here.
Opportunities at Wynn Boston Harbor:
To find out about employment opportunities at Wynn Boston Harbor, please click here.
Apply for a License or Registration:
Candidates for employment in the expanded gaming industry are required to be licensed or registered by the Massachusetts Gaming Commission.
If you are a prospective employee seeking a license or registration, click here.
If you are a prospective vendor seeking a license or registration, click here.