Table Games Supervisor/Dealer (Lake Tahoe)

  • Caesars Entertainment
  • Stateline, Nevada
  • Feb 02, 2024
Full time Office and Administrative Support

Job Description

ARE YOU LOOKING FOR A CAREER IN GAMING? WE'LL TRAIN YOU TO DEAL VARIOUS GAMES AND SUPERVISE THE ACTION, NO EXPERIENCE REQUIRED Harrah's/Harveys is offering a Fast Track Table Games Dual Rate Supervisor training program Candidates will learn to both deal and supervise table games. Dealer school is anticipated to start April 25th with a second session planned to start May 16th pending sufficient participation. This full-time position performs both the Dealer and Supervisor functions, scheduled based on business demand. This position enjoys paid breaks, a free meal each shift and access to the employee gym Team members participating in our benefits plan also enjoy access to our onsite clinic JOB SUMMARY: The incumbent in this position is responsible for developing an environment that creates excitement for guests and team members, promoting and retaining a highly skilled work force, placing special emphasis on security of Caesars assets. This position is also responsible for dealing casino games as assigned in order to provide a courteous and entertaining experience for Caesars Entertainment guests and generate revenue for the department KEY JOB FUNCTIONS: Displays a working knowledge of all table games, house rules, counting methods and procedures covering each. Deals one or more games in order to provide guests with courteous and accurate service and promotes an entertaining environment; maintains department standards of games productivity. Responsible for actively building and retaining customer relations. Hires, trains, motivates, evaluates, and supervises assigned personnel; coaches for success and continuing improvement of team member skills. Assures that all coin and check racks are filled at all times. Settles disputes that arise from guests in the Table Games area, referring those that are very difficult to the Games Manager or Director, Table Games. Assures guest development by 1)interacting with guests, 2) modeling interactive skills with guests and fellow team members and 3) making comp decisions. Remains alert to any unusual or questionable activities being displayed by any Table Games employee or gaming guest and reports any situations to assigned superior. Observes problems or differences between Table Games team members and gaming guests and provides assistance if necessary. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: High School Diploma or equivalent; QUALIFICATIONS: Literate and fluent in English Good communication skills, both verbal and written Good interpersonal skills, with emphasis in relationship building Good problem solving skills Good customer service skills, both internal and external Ability to communicate clearly and tactfully Ability to add accurately and figure payoffs Ability to uphold and demonstrate the highest level of integrity in all situations and recognize standards required by a regulated business Acts as a role model to other Team Members and always presents oneself as a credit to Caesars Entertainment and encourages others to do the same. Adheres to all regulatory, company and department policies and procedures PHYSICAL, MENTAL and ENVIRONMENTALDEMANDS: Must be able to stand or walk for long periods of time (4 hours). Visual and auditory range must include immediate environment. Mobility to move about the property Must have the manual dexterity to operate a computer and other necessary office equipment. Must have the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop, and kneel. Positions that have contact with the public require the ability to work in a noisy environment, and may be exposed to guests who use tobacco products. Also, non-public contact positions may be required to enter public areas from time to time, in connection with their duties, and may be subject to the same environment. Disclaimer This is not necessarily an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, skills, duties, requirements, efforts or working conditions associated with the job. While this is intended to be an accurate reflection of the current job, management reserves the right to revise the current job or to require that other or different tasks be performed when circumstances change, (e.g. emergencies, changes in personnel, workload, rush jobs or technical developments).