Pros: free buffet, locker rooms with showers, good healthcare, and incentives.
Cons: unruly guests, accidental bodily functions, guests injuries.
- Job duties altered depending on the day. For instance, 3-4 days a week I was assigned to the Security Control Center. This is where I monitored live security video feed, communicated with surveillance, wrote extensive reports, monitored internal and external persons, answered phone calls, logged everyday activity and ran the 3 security systems on – more... the computer. - When not stationed at the Control Center, I assisted in very large cash transactions with tedious procedures and under constant surveillance. As well as escorts, observing guests for suspicious activity, and much more.
- I've learned that situations can change within seconds and to always be observant of the surroundings.
- Management was usually a working progress. It was a brand new Casino and had a lot of kinks to work out. Overall, I believe we communicated fairly well.
- Co-workers came and left often. The Casino work life is most definitely not for everyone. We all tried very hard to work together.
- Undoubtedly, the hardest part of this job was finding children and pets in vehicles on hot days and keeping composure while dealing with these individuals.
- The most enjoyable part was witnessing guests that were truly happy to win X amount of money and shared their happiness with everyone around them. – less