The Kalahari Resorts project will employ at least 700 when it opens, the majority of whom will be local to the Round Rock area. Construction of the resort and convention center will also employ hundreds of workers.
The project will provide many jobs for varying experience levels including: full time, salaried, part-time and hourly opportunities.
An overwhelming majority of workers will be local to the Round Rock area.
Pay varies based on position and experience. Opportunities exists for both full and part time work, and both hourly and salaried positions.
The number of management positions will correspond with the final amenities that are included in the resort. This number will materialize as resort planning begins.
Yes, Kalahari Resorts and Conventions has always hired local firms to work on the planning and construction of the resort, and is expected to do so here. They have a strong record of hiring local firms whenever possible.Businesses interested in contacting Kalahari should send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org.Updated Dec. 9, 2016
Kalahari will be one of the largest projects ever constructed in this region. It will create hundreds of jobs. They will have a positive impact on our local economy.