Thank you for your interest in working for the Lucky Dog Casino.
If you would like to apply for a position, and for a quicker response, please fill out an online application. If you are unable to access the online application, you may complete a fillable PDF application (1.35 MB) and either hand deliver to the Casino, fax a signed copy to (360) 877-2803, or e-mail a signed scanned copy to [email address hidden].
Preference in hiring is given to qualified Native American applicants.
For gaming license application questions, contact Skokomish Tribal Gaming Agency (TGA) at (360) 877-9379.
All positions listed are for the Lucky Dog Casino, unless noted otherwise. If the position lists SITE in the title, they are for positions with Skokomish Indian Tribal Enterprise only. If interested in working for SITE, please apply using the SITE application button above – delivery method is described on page 3 of the application.
Thank you for your interest in working with our Casino.
We currently do not have any open positions at this time, please check back later.
For more information Call the Human Resource Department at (360) 877-5656 extension 499 or email [email address hidden]
You must be age 21 years or older.
Our Casino maintains a drug-free work environment; potential new hires will be drug screened.
You will be required to obtain and maintain a Skokomish Tribal Gaming License.
The Skokomish Gaming Commission shall not License for any Person who:
Is under the age of 21;
Has been convicted of, or entered a plea of no contest to a gambling offense, theft, embezzlement, fraud, or misrepresentation; unless 7 years have passed since the offense and the person is a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe who has been determined by the Tribe to be a person who is not likely again to engage in any offensive or criminal course of conduct;
Has been convicted of or entered a plea of guilty or no contest to any other offense related to honesty, violence, or drugs; this provision shall not apply if that person has been pardoned by the Governor of the State where the conviction occurred or if a member of a federally recognized Indian tribe has been determined by the Tribe to be a person who is not likely again to engage in any offensive or criminal course of conduct, and the public good does not require that the applicant be denied a License as a Key Employee or Primary Management Official; or
If the Commission determines that the person has participated in organized crime or unlawful gambling, or is a person whose prior activities, criminal record, reputation, habits, and/or associations pose a threat to the public interest or to the effective regulation and control of Gaming, or create or enhance the dangers of unsuitable, unfair, or illegal practices and methods and activities in the conduct of Gaming, or to the carrying on of the business and financial arrangements incidental to the conduct of Gaming.