Penn National Gaming Security Officer NVDL FT in Henderson, Nevada

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Don’t just work. Work Happy.

A career in gaming? At Penn National Gaming we think you’ll enjoy an exciting industry, fast-paced days and nights, diverse, enthusiastic co-workers, unlimited growth and support from one of the leaders in the industry.

An individual could be successful if they possess the following.

Your daily responsibilities include

MAJOR JOB DUTIES: Duties include, but are not limited to the following:

  • Maintain vigilance at assigned posts for all activities.

  • Maintain routine patrols throughout the premises while on watch for criminal activities and any general non-compliance to company rules and policies.

  • Attempt to provide safe, secure transportation of house monies between one point to another.

  • Provide visual surveillance of all areas in an attempt to detect fire and safety hazards which might compromise the well being of life and property.

  • Keep alert for undesirables, juveniles (persons under the age of 21 years in the casino), slot cheats, purse thieves, and other persons who are disruptive to the establishment.

  • Provide all escorts and act as a runner for gaming requests such as pit fills.

  • Provide detailed written incident reports which document problems in accordance with the P & P Manual.

  • Acquire knowledge of the procedures and operations of all emergency equipment (including warning and announcement devices) located throughout the property.

  • Acquire knowledge on the operation of all fire detection and suppression equipment property wide.

  • Acquire knowledge of CPR and basic first aid within the allotted time frame given by the Supervisor.

  • Acquire knowledge of and skills in the use of protective devices, handcuffs and basic defensive tactics.

  • Acquire an understanding of the Nevada Statutes, Chapter 465 laws on cheating, OSHA mandates, and ADA mandates.

  • All duties and tasks assigned by the Security Director, Security Shift Manager, and the Vice President Security & Surveillance.

  • Patrol property and attempt to protect assets as needed.

  • Complete appropriate fills and runs using the proper procedures, ensuring that ALL necessary documents are signed.

  • Answer telephone using the proper telephone etiquette and dispatches to the appropriate departments.

  • Respond to and handle emergencies using the proper methods, and the correct safety procedures.

  • Escort team members to the appropriate bank for daily drops.

  • Attempt to provide security and protection for guests and team members.

  • Attempt to maintain law and order on property in conjunction with local law enforcement agencies.

  • Handle all monetary transactions between the casino cage and the gaming tables in compliance with the State Gaming Regulations, and by management.

  • Secure and attempt to protect the casino cage.

  • Change all boxes on the gaming tables for the count on each shift: Boxes from each shift are to be taken to the soft count room for proper storage.

  • Maintain a written log of incidents involving guests or team members and prepare additional detailed reports as may be required. Document and effectively write reports on all incidents.

  • Administer first aid and assist injured guests and team members.

  • React promptly to disturbances at the gaming tables, bar area or any other areas assigned during shift.

  • Receive instructions on how to use oxygen and first aid equipment.

  • Stand by the casino cashier cage whenever the cage is accessed by anyone other than a cage team member.

  • Respond to fire alarms and other emergencies within the property.

  • Conduct crowd control and direct traffic as needed.

  • In addition to performing the duties of Security Officer:

Provide high visibility, proactive security patrol services utilizing a department issued multi-speed mountain bicycle as a primary means of transportation.

Must perform courteous and friendly service to all guests and team members.

Performs related work as assigned.

To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set

EXPERIENCE: 2-3 years experience with casino industry casino industry Security department. Experience with bike patrol preferred. Military/Law enforcement experience preferred.

EDUCATION: HighSchool Diploma or GED

SKILLS: Full knowledge and understanding of company and departmental rules and regulations, policies and procedures. Ability to read, write and communicate verbally in English. Must have a pleasant personality, be team oriented and enjoys working with public along with other team members. Fitness and endurance to be able to ride a bike for an 8 hour shift.

CERTIFICATE/LICENSE : Gaming Registration. Alcohol Awareness Card. Valid drivers license. CPR/First Aid

Something to leave you with

Penn National Gaming is more than you may realize. We have properties throughout the United States and Canada and are embarking on an aggressive growth mode. Our departments and areas of opportunity are ideal for just about any skill set. And our company-wide commitment to making sure our guests smile as much as we do means you’ll enjoy a fun working environment.

Now that you have read about who we are, here is your opportunity to see what we're about!

Equal Opportunity Employer

Job ID 2017-44040

Casino Property M Resort

Location US-NV-Henderson

Posted Date 9/10/2017

Position Type Regular Full-Time

Category Security