This position’s primary responsibility is to protect the assets of the SVCR and reduce potential liabilities by monitoring and enforcing all applicable statutory, regulatory and procedural requirements applicable to the business operations. Activities shall include but not limited to monitoring and recording of all gaming activities as required ensuring regulatory and procedural compliance. Records all gaming activities, employee or guest misconduct for regulatory or management action. Conducts investigations, video reviews, both procedural and random activities.
Must be at least 21 years old with a high school diploma or equivalent. Must have at a minimum of one year of work experience in one of the following areas; gaming industry surveillance, regulatory compliance, property or financial auditing, law enforcement, (including corrections), loss prevention, or one years of casino security with at least 3 months of casino dispatch experience. Working knowledge or previous work experience in the use of closed circuit television equipment preferred. A combination of gaming surveillance and other experience, as listed, may be considered. Must be willing and available to work non-traditional schedules, including nights, weekends, and holidays; overtime may be required.
Applicants for this position may not be involved in any direct personal or business relationship with another SVCR employee, including but not limited to a spouse, parent, child, sibling, significant other, or housemate.