Poker Dual Rate Supervisor

Caesars Entertainment Corporation Laughlin , NV 89028

Posted 5 months ago

Responsible for all aspects of dealing Poker games, while providing excellent service to every guest. Must also supervise Poker Department, protect games and track players, when necessary.

One year previous Poker dealing experience preferred.

Must possess excellent customer service skills. Previous cashiering experience preferred.

Must be willing to work any day and any shift. Must present a well-groomed appearance.

Must be willing to work other shifts and days of the week to cover for other supervisor shifts.

Deals and runs the game at hand in accordance with departmental procedures. Responsible for the Table Tray Bank assigned for the shift.

Handles financial transactions at the game. Collects the poker revenue ("the rake") from the pot in accordance with departmental procedures. Collects the Jack Pot money from the pots in accordance with Jack Pot procedures.

Monitors the game for customer problems. Works on the poker room floor in other capacities as directed by the Poker Room Supervisor. Enforces poker rules at the game.

Greet and act as Poker Room Host with customers who are waiting to be seated at an active Poker game. Decides the mix and spread of poker games. Controls the lists and seating for the games in progress.

Handles the Jack Pot payoffs during the course of a shift. Makes rules decisions pertaining to games in progress. Delegates responsibilities to the poker dealing staff.

Fills out appropriate paperwork. Meets the attendance guidelines of the job and adheres to regulatory, departmental and company policies.

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Poker Dual Rate Supervisor

Caesars Entertainment Corporation