This internship is designed for Tribal Team Members interested in gaining practical experience in the accounting activities of Finance, specifically, the position of Cage Cashier. Intern(s) will be exposed to various duties providing accuracy and efficiency in accordance with all applicable laws, rules and regulations of the Gaming Commission, Federal and State Tax Commissions, and established company policies, procedures and controls. This position will require interns to learn the role to adequately assist customers with transactions, balance various bank drawers within the Cage Department, and maintain accuracy throughout all phases of the balancing process.
Interns will gain at least 1,000 hours of hands-on experience of what this position entails and be able to accomplish all tasks listed in the Work Plan Outline. Upon successfully completing the internship program, interns will be given a certification of completion that can be used towards experience when applying to available position(s).
- Balances assigned bank accurately.
- Assists various gaming/non-gaming departments in counting gratuities.
- Processes payouts of all Slot Department jackpots, short pays and machine hand pays.
- Cashes chips and gaming tokens into money for customers in a courteous, timely manner.
- Cashes personal checks and travelers checks for currency.
- Accepts and redeems Tito tickets in exchange for currency.
- Redeems foreign currency, computing accurate exchange rates for the various currencies received.
- Processes marker issuances and buy-back transactions, providing quality service to each customer.
- Maintains adequate supply of cash/coins in the Tito ticket redemption machines throughout the casino floor in conjunction with the Slot Department.
- Maintains a working knowledge of facilities as well as special events on property in order to advise customers of same whenever possible.
- Assists other Cage Cashiers within the department as needed or required.
- Facilitates the flow of information by attending regularly scheduled departmental meetings.
- Ensures to a high degree the accuracy and thoroughness of departmental records.
- Maintains a consistent, regular attendance record.
- High School diploma or (GED); or commitment to earning diploma required.
- Some college courses in banking and finance or related area suggested.
- Minimum of six months to one year of prior cash handling experience suggested; and/or a combination of education and experience.