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Slot Floor Attendant

Company Name:
Penn National Gaming
Overview:
Penn National Gaming has thrilled and entertained guests since 1971 when it all began as a horse racing venue. From a single race track, we have grown to be one of the nation's largest gaming companies, operating properties that offer broad and diverse gaming and pari-mutuel wagering experiences. PENN is dedicated to becoming the undisputed leader in guest service by offering a Red Carpet experience for each and every guest.
Your daily responsibilities include:
A Slot Attendant safeguards assigned Slot assets. Is responsible for jackpot payoffs. Performs minor repairs (i.e. load printer paper) on slot machines and notifies Slot Supervisor when technician repair is needed. Provides customer service on the slot floor in their area. Works with the department to ensure that all machines in their area are in good working order. Reports any machine irregularity or suspicious activity to Slot Supervisor. Ability to lift 50 lbs. throughout the shift.
To be successful in this position it will require the following skill set:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED); or one to three months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Something to leave you with:
If you''re truly committed to a red-carpet service culture, then you need a team that is just as dedicated in pursuing that vision. Penn National Gaming is the place where we empower our cast members to deliver that WOW factor to our guests and in turn we will provide them an opportunity to build an "A" list career portfolio. You will soon understand why "It''s Good To Be PENN!"
Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Job ID: 2014-20197
Casino Property: Hollywood Casino Bay St. Louis
Location: US-MS-Bay St Louis
Posted Date: 6/6/2014
Position Type: Regular Part-Time
Category: Casino Operations

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