Line Cashier, Cage Operations

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Ensures accuracy of coin, chip, slot machine, credit card and cash handling transactions.
Assures exceptional customer service to all patrons by communicating in a pleasant, friendly and professional matter at all times.
Processes Slot Jackpot wins; exchanges slot tickets, currency, coin, monetary instruments, coupons and prize agreements.
Prepares chip requests, verifies chip credits; issues and balances chip runner banks.
Provides accurate pay-out transactions.
Balances bank inventory at the end of the shift and reports any discrepancies to management.
Inspects and monitors money, examining for counterfeit currency, coins, fraudulent identification, credit cards and monetary instruments.
Maintains internal controls through immediate reports concerning shortages, errors or discrepancies.
Complies with all Gaming Commission Regulations (GCR) including; Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), Title 31 and U.S. Patriot Act; adheres to all audit and legal regulations/laws and practices.
Completes all necessary related documentation in accordance with the established system of internal controls; processes necessary tax forms for required transactions.
Presents a well-groomed appearance.
Provides hands-on training to new employees on a rotational basis as needed. A training rate will be applied while assuming training duties.
Other duties as assigned to support the efficient operation of the department.
Education/Experience/Qualifications
High school diploma or GED required.
High volume cash handling preferred.
Must be able to accurately process high volume cash transactions.
Must be proficient in cash handling, data entry 10-key with decimals and alpha-numeric data entry.
Must possess proficient computer skills with the ability to use Microsoft Office Suite (MS) (i.e. MS Word, Excel, and Outlook).
Certificates/Licenses/Registrations
May be required to undergo and successfully pass a background investigation to obtain and maintain a Class "A" Gaming license issued by the San Manuel Tribal Gaming Commission.
Physical Requirements/ Working Conditions ? Environment
The physical demands and working environment described here are representative of those that an employee encounters and must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.
Primary work environment is in a climate-controlled office setting and gaming facility
Incumbent is required to maintain a positive, professional and well-groomed appearance at all times throughout their shift.
Work may require travel to attend meetings, trade shows, training seminars and conferences.
Incumbents may be required to work evening, weekend and holiday shifts. Schedule is adjustable and flexible to meet the needs of the business, including a ten (10) hour work shift.
Must be able to work in a fast paced, high demand environment.
Strength sufficient to frequently lift and/or move up to 25 pounds below or at waist level and occasionally lift, move or carry objects over 50 pounds below and at waist level with assistance.
Must be able to work on a computer for extensive amounts of time on a daily basis.
Must be able to perform repetitious activities.
Hearing sufficient to hear conversational levels in person and over the telephone.
Speech sufficient to make oneself heard and understood in person, in front of groups, in meetings, and over the telephone.
Visual acuity to determine the accuracy, neatness, and thoroughness of the work assigned, or to make
general observations of facilities, guests and employees.
Mobility sufficient to safely move in an office environment, walk, stand, sit, bend, kneel and stoop.
Abilities sufficient to safely operate a motor vehicle in the course of travel to and from other San Manuel properties.
Endurance to sufficiently maintain efficiency throughout the entire work shift and during extended work hours.
The employee is exposed to fumes or airborne particles including secondhand smoke.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Indian Casino will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.



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