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About us
At SkyCity, it's our vision to be the leader in gaming, entertainment and hospitality in our communities.

In Australia and New Zealand, we employ a team of around 5,500 people across our four properties in Adelaide, Auckland, Hamilton and Queenstown. The SkyCity team is made up of people who represent over 70 different cultures and we're extremely
 – more... proud of our diversity. It's important to us that our people reflect the communities within which we operate.

SkyCity operates five casinos, 45+ restaurants and bars, two luxury hotels (with two more due to open in 2020), conventions and events centres, four corporate offices and property services teams and New Zealand's iconic Sky Tower.
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What is it like to work at SkyCity?

3.8
Work/Life Balance
3.7
Salary/Benefits
3.9
Job Security/Advancement
3.8
Management
4.0
Culture

What are people saying about the leadership at SkyCity?

Picture of Graeme Stephens, CEO of SkyCity
85%
of employees approve of Graeme Stephens’s performance as CEO
CEO Approval is based on 55 ratings
4.0
Management
Written by Kitchen Steward/ Pantry Hand (Former Employee) from Auckland City, Auckland on 26 November 2019
Management was really good but the salary was low. Hardest part of my job is to clean the whole kitchen by myself. I enjoyed working in the company because some of the colleagues were very friendly.
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What are the top-rated locations & roles at SkyCity?

Top work locations
4.4
Auckland CBD, Auckland
4.3
Auckland City, Auckland
3.7
Hamilton, Waikato
Most popular roles
4.5
Housekeeper
4.5
Customer Service Representative
4.4
Casino Dealer
4.2
Kitchen Team Member
4.2
Food Service Worker

What did candidates say about the interview at SkyCity?

Interview experience
Based on 19 interviews
Favourable
Interview difficulty
Based on 19 interviews
Medium
Interview process length
Based on 18 interviews
About a month
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