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Assistant Shift Cage Supervisor

Position Description:
Assist Casino Cage/Credit Manager in protecting casino cage assets and in complying with company internal controls, policies and procedures and laws. Conduct monetary and credit transactions for customers, gaming departments and employees.

  • Serve casino cage customers by cashing checks, exchanging gaming chips for currency, and processing markers and fills.

  • Maintain balance and safeguard casino cage assets during assigned shift.

  • Monitor and verify all cash intake.

  • Monitor transactions and documentation to ensure compliance with gaming regulations, company policies, procedures and laws.

  • Input, update and access customer credit and other information via computer.

  • Coordinate job duties of cage personnel; instruct in proper performance of job duties.

  • Report and research any cage variance.

  • Ability to bend, push, lift and carry up to 26 pounds.

  • Able to work any position in the Cage.

  • Other duties as assigned by management.

Position Requirements:

  • Must be 18 years of age.

  • 2 years Cage/Credit experience preferred.

  • Ability to utilize basic office machines as well as 10 key, jetsort, jetscan, gaming ticketing kiosks, and micro-encoder.

  • Ability to operate CMS, Central Credit, Global Cash, Western Union, R-File, ACSC, MicroSoft Office, Lotus Notes, and KRONOS software and processes.

  • Excellent communication and interpersonal skills and the ability to read, write and speak English.

  • Must be able to obtain/maintain any necessary certifications and/or licenses as required by local gaming regulations.



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