A typical shift at Sandia Casino and Resort.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Albuquerque, NM – September 7, 2013
A typical shift could be conducting duties as a casino rover which entailed conducting employee/guest escorts. Performing table game chip fills. Responding to medical emergencies. Responding to other incidents to include thefts, domestic disputes, intoxicated guests, fights and other issues. I learned how to handle numerous situations and greatly improved my report writing skills. Other duties include the lounge rotation, the front door/south door rotation and the vault rotation. I also was trained security dispatch and surveillance. As a supervisor I was responsible for a squad of 8-12 Officers. Most of the time I worked well with management. I worked very well with my co-workers. The hardest part of the job was dealing with some of the politics. The best part of the job was meeting new people and the pay and benefits.
pay, benifits and location.
the internal politics.