NL - Cash Ops Cashier

Job Locations 3 months ago(10/11/2021 2:48 PM)
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Cash Ops


Responsible for the safe and efficient operation of all cash handling and operating procedures for Tonkawa Enterprises.



  • Responsible for cash services to gaming customers; check cashing, credit card advances, exchange of foreign currency and cashing gaming tickets.
  • Maintains and is held accountable for all funds entrusted to him/her on an assigned shift.
  • Ensures the highest possible standards of guest service are provided and listens and responds to guest and employee concerns and questions.
  • Accurately balances assigned bank and assumes responsibility for cash and other cash equivalents in assigned window.
  • Balances all money transactions and paperwork.
  • Ensures accurate entry of customer account information into the computer system as applicable.
  • Makes and receives banks for all shifts and all departments.
  • Processes and balances drop from Soft Count.
  • Provides directions, assistance, and/or information as may be required to ensure guest satisfaction.
  • Provides and promotes excellent internal/external customer service.
  • Presents a sociable and professional demeanor towards guests and employees at all times.
  • Performs all functions in accordance with applicable Tribal, Federal and other laws and gaming regulations and internal policies and procedures.
  • Assures compliance with Federal currency transaction reporting requirements.
  • Adheres to all Title 31 Regulations.
  • Assists other cage team members as needed.
  • Maintains a neat and well stocked window during and for the next shift.
  • Performs cashier bank functions.
  • Performs other duties as assigned.



  • High School diploma/GED or equivalent required.
  • One year of cash handling experience, or related training preferred.
  • Experience with 10-key.
  • Experience with computers and gaming devices preferred.


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