The Sportsbook Cashier will be responsible for an efficient and timely exchange of cash or winning tickets for guests and supporting the Sports Betting operation by providing excellent customer service, selling tickets, and ensuring the proper payouts are processed.Apply NowUpdated 21 days ago
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Every planner and recruiter knows that each strategic process requires a pre-strategic process. This is usually just the pre-planning phase of your master plan. Because hiring and recruiting involves many aspects of business (budgets, time, employees, planning, etc.), it is important to ask yourself a few questions to evaluate what resources you have to fulfill your hiring needs. These questions include:
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CASHIER CAGE $15/hr - $500 BONUS IF ALREADY HAVE LA GAMING LICENSE! Maintain bank balance and safeguard casino cage assets during assigned shift. Previous money handling/cashiering preferred.$15 an hourApply NowUpdated 15 days ago
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The FanDuel Sportsbook Cashier receives sport or parlay tickets from guests and pays guests who present winning tickets and vouchers utilizing a race and sports computer system. The FanDuel Sportsbook Cashier is responsible for an efficient and timely exchange or cash in the form of wagers from guests at the new FanDuel Sportsbook.Apply NowUpdated 16 days ago
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