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Tunica Roadhouse - Security - (FT)

Company Name:
Caesars Entertainment
Caesars Midsouth has an immediate opportunity for Security Officer at Horseshoe Tunica Casino & Hotel. This position will be on call and the shift will varies. The Security Officer provides basic security functions for the property to ensure a safe and secure environment for guests and team members.
Provide protection for the casino and all employees and guests, and is responsible for the overall protection of company assets.
Guard all transfers of monies and chips on the casino floor as well as the physical transportation of hopper fills, chip fills, and credits.
Greet all guests upon their arrival and checks identification.
Interact with guests, employees and law enforcement agencies in a professional manner.
Maintain a written log of incidents involving guests or employee, and prepare additional detailed reports, as may be required.
Ensure departmental compliance with federal, state, and local regulations, and with departmental and company policies and procedures.
Responsible for adherence to health, fire, and safety regulations, identifies potential safety hazards and reports such to the appropriate personnel.
High School Diploma or equivalent (GED) requiredMinimum 1 year experience in Security or similar customer service positionMust be 21 years of age and able to acquire a MS Gaming permitMust possess a valid driver's license and have a clean driving recordMust complete CARE training and certification within 30 days of employmentMust be able to read, speak, and write in EnglishMust be able to tolerate a loud and smoking work environmentMust be able to stand/walk during assigned shiftMust be able to stoop, bend, kneel, grasp items

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