Assistant FB Manager (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – December 4, 2016
The benefits a great and the employees have their own dinning room. The GM knows everyone's name and inspires the management. Worked on several special events like outside concerts and managed all the bars on property.
Casino Cage Cashier (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – February 7, 2017
Customer interaction can be stressful. Management will not be supportive. Job Security is nonexistent. Pay is great for the skill involved but not sufficient for the stress that is incurred by consumer, coworkers & management.
SECURITY OFFICER/SERGEANT/SECURITY SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – December 21, 2016
busy place, some people are friendly and some employees are great to work with. great benefits and the pay rate is moderate. only downfall is the drive and some supervision that do not listen to their subordinates.
Table Games Dealer (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – July 20, 2016
I was trained and hired by Cache Creek Casino. I went through the dealer training school offered at Cache Creek and was hired as a dealer. I was offered full time after 3 months. I as able to learn 4 new games while working at Cache Creek. I love the food, the management team and the work environment. I was told I should consider moving to Las Vegas because of how talented I was, so I did.
Excellent training property. Wonderful management team.
It is just a bit of a drive if you live in a big town.
Cage Cashier II (Current Employee) – Brooks, CA – April 23, 2016
Working in the cage is a fast paced stressful environment, if you are lucky enough to have a helpful group of co workers that day that are proficient in their jobs the day goes by a lot quicker and easier. It is a smoke filled environment which can make it difficult to breathe at times but it comes with the territory. The most difficult part of the job is communicating with guests who do not speak any English, the most awarding part of this job is getting to know the regular customers and building a relationship with them.
decent healthcare, free food, discounted gasoline
Smoke filled environment, management that does not listen, no room for advancement
Cashier/Cusomer Service (Current Employee) – Brooks, CA – March 7, 2016
Everyday we learn something new being from a guest or just work wise with computer or information any guest may need. The co-workers are nice people and it is a very friendly enviroment. the hardest part of the job might just be to stay awake during a grave yard shift on your Monday. The most enjoyable part of the job may be getting to know so many different people from different cultures and even making friends with co-workers or even guests keeping it profesional, and also love math and numbers so i enjoy just countng chips and money. love learning new things, tasks, etc.
Free Lunch, full time, great benefits, great supervisors and coworkers
Long drive and depending on department (grave yard)
Cage Cashier (Current Employee) – Brooks, CA – October 25, 2015
This job is dealing with guests who think that they are better then the person next to them and them next to them and so on. People constantly yell, cuss, and do whatever they please. Although we have rules and memos in place, management just chooses which to follow on any given day. Co-workers is what makes this place somewhat tolerable. Management is iffy. The most enjoyable part of my job is going home at the end of the shift.
Assistant Beverage Manager (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – December 3, 2015
Day-to-day was awesome, challenges were all in place. Opportunity was there for advancement. Upper management was slightly cozy in their position, but again was relative to size (2k+) of company. Co-workers were hands down the best team I've ever worked with.
Dealer (Current Employee) – Brooks, CA – August 16, 2015
* Controls the flow and pace of the game at assigned table in accordance with departmental policy by performing the duties below. • Smiles, makes eye contact, greets customers, thanks customers for tokes and wishing players “good luck” when the leave their assigned table. • Shuffles and deals cards as required for the play of the assigned game. • Applies knowledge of dealing procedures according to house rules so as to preserve the security and integrity of games. • Exchanges paper currency for gaming chips. • Pays winning bets and collects losing bets. • Maintains chip tray at table in orderly fashion. • Notifies supervisor of any irregularities noticed. • Answers questions or inquiries from patrons. • Performs other duties as assigned by an immediate supervisor or manager.
Customer Service (Current Employee) – Chang Shou – July 11, 2015
Some days can be very busy, some days can be very slow but overall you have to have patience. It can be hard and difficult to help a guest that does not speak English but the co workers speak different languages which help out a lot. Management on the other hand can be helpful sometimes but also don't treat us with respect a lot of the times. They like to yell at us in front of guests instead of pulling us off to the side and talking to us in an appropriate way.
Warehouse Clerk/ Purchasing officer (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – September 23, 2015
Cache Creek Casino was one of the best jobs I've ever had but i had to move away. Mostly everyone were great, hard-working people and no one wanted to leave this job because the benefits were out of this world.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Brooks, CA – April 11, 2015
Being that this is a casino, there are a variety of different departments and therefore jobs available. The range of opportunities is anything from low skill manual labor positions, to high skilled technical positions requiring a great deal of expertise. There are numerous shifts available here due to the fact that this is an around the clock business, leaving room for flexible hours depending on seniority and departments.
Wide range of work hours, Provide free meals, Good Benefits
Hostess (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – March 23, 2015
A typical day at work included greeting costumers and providing them with the best experience possible. I learned that hard work can take you a long way. Management can improve in a few things but overall very good. Co-workers at Cache Creek are great we are like a huge family. The hardest part of the job is that a casino is open 24 hours 7 days a week. so that means you have to work important holidays and be away from your family. Working at Cache Creek was also very enjoyable it was nice to be able to interact with guest and provide them with great customer service.
Blackjack Dealer (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – January 28, 2015
In a typical day at work I get to enjoyed dealing games to my player and meet new people. I learned that being a dealer is hard due to certain player when they lose, but I get to managed my own table games and control the flow of the games. All my co-workers are easy to be around with and they willing to help me with things that I do not know of. The hardest part of the job is when you face player that given you hard time when they lose lots of money. But overall the job is a fun placed to work and enjoying if you like casino games.
good supervisor and rotation
Working grave shift and no benefit to those that are part time
Floor Server (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – January 14, 2015
Always on your feet and serving guests with beverages. I learned to be more assertive and remember my drink orders without it being written. Management was good. Co-workers were great and amazing to work with. The hardest part of my job was cleaning ashtrays all the time. I enjoyed most was interacting with guests and making them happy with my customer service.
great one on one customer interaction. Steady work environment. Also company is great on compensation and incentives. As well as set schedule.
slot floor person (Former Employee) – Brooks, CA – November 15, 2014
wonderful company to work for. Always opportunity for advancement. nice friendly environment from Tribe, General manager, all the way to our guest. Consistency when it came to maintaining a professional work place. Always something new being upgraded within the casino system, as well as yearly upkeep on title 31 process and procedure.