SIGA’s 7th casino expected to pay off
- Charmaine Ermine | May 27, 2018
“It gives us opportunity to move on and expand,” he said.
The new position will create abundance of new golden opportunities. Anderson from the George Gordon First Nation has been employed with SIGA for nineteen years.
Anderson has an educational background combined with work experience, which made him to be a great asset to SIGA. Anderson was in the Indian Teacher Education Program at the University of Saskatchewan program when he first joined SIGA.
His previous roles within SIGA are Senior Operations Management, which has led to the acting capacity of General Manager at the Gold Eagle Casino in North Battleford.
The new casino is located in Lloydminster on the Saskatchewan side of the border and is set to open up later on in winter of 2018. SIGA has a total of six casinos up and running with the new Gold Horse Casino the 7th casino to open.
Amber Day has been employed with SIGA for the past decade. Day is a Manager of Human Resource Planning at SIGA.
SIGA has 65% registered First Nation Employees and currently employs more than 1800 people. Gold Horse is currently hiring employees.
“The Gold Horse casino will employ 140 employees,” Day said.
Anderson highly recommends using the brand-new app SIGA on the apple store and play store. All SIGA careers are available on the SIGA website at www.siga.sk.ca/careers.