249 East NM State Hwy 118
PO Box 1700
Church Rock, NM 87311
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise is accepting applications for all properties. Pre-employment drug testing and background investigation are conditions of employment. Must be 21 years of age to apply for employment. Must be eligible for a gaming license. The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise complies with the Navajo Preference in Employment Act.
Part-Time and Full-Time employees receive 100% employer paid health benefits, plus we offer participation in 401k with company match, Paid Time Off (PTO) and lots of training and advancement opportunities!
The Navajo Nation Gaming Enterpriseis a Navajo Nation wholly-owned entity created by the Navajo Nation in September 2006. The Enterprise develops and operates Navajo casinos in accordance with federal and Navajo Nation laws, and applicable Arizona and New Mexico compacts. Since 2008, the Navajo Nation Gaming Enterprise has developed four gaming properties at these following locations.
Twin Arrows Casino Resortin Leupp Chapter (near Flagstaff, AZ) opened on May 24, 2013. The $175 million casino has more than 1,100-slots, table games and a 200-room hotel. This property is positioned as a 4-star/4-diamond, Green Globe full service destination casino resort, and is like no other hospitality entity in Northern Arizona.
Northern Edge Casinoin Upper Fruitland Chapter (near Farmington, NM) opened January 2012. This 86,000 square foot full service casino features 750 slot machines, poker room, 10 table games, Cedar Bow Restaurant and Bar, and Food Court.
Fire Rock Casino in Church Rock Chapter, (near Gallup, NM) opened November 2008 and has more than 900 slots, a 300 seat Bingo Hall and 8 table games (blackjack, and poker). In addition, the facility has a full service Cheii Grill and Bar, and Food Court.
Flowing Water Casino in Tsé Daak’áán Chapter, (near Shiprock, NM) opened in October 2010 featuring 130 Class II gaming machines and a Food Court.
The Navajo Blue Travel Plaza is located next to the Four-Diamond Twin Arrows Casino Resort. Navajo Blue will highlight Navajo architecture, cuisine, popular monuments, and culture. The plaza hopes to attract regional, national and international guests eager to learn more about the Navajo Nation.