Location
Turning Stone Resort Casino
Job Code
CL01M
Shift
Swing
Travel Involved
None
Category
Cashier
Employment Status
Full-Time

Cage Cashier-Turning Stone Resort Casino

Job Description

A renowned, award-winning destination resort in Upstate New York, the Oneida Indian Nation's Turning Stone Resort Casino features world-class amenities including four hotels, two luxurious spas, five golf courses, more than 20 dining options, a 125,000 square foot Las Vegas-style gaming floor, a cabaret style Showroom, a 5,000 seat arena, and several nightlife venues. Conveniently located 30 miles east of Syracuse at NYS Thruway exit 33, Turning Stone was named "Best Countryside Hotel/Lodge" in 2015 and "Most Excellent Golf Resort" in 2010 by Condé Nast Johansens. Turning Stone has also earned the prestigious Forbes Four Star Award for The Lodge, Wildflowers restaurant and Ska:na: spa, Forbes Recommended Ratings for TS Steakhouse and, for 12 consecutive years, the AAA Four Diamond Award for The Lodge, The Tower Hotel, and Wildflowers restaurant.

 

Our Cage Cashiers start at $13.50/hr plus tips!! Potential to earn up to $15.00/hr as you learn and advance your career. 

Now hiring Full and Part Time opportunities with Flexible Scheduling.

Cage cashiers provide exemplary guest service, while accurately making change, exchanging chips for cash, and cashing out electronic gambling machine vouchers.

Job Requirements

  • High School Diploma or equivalent or equivalent experience.
  • Must possess the ability to multi task and perform repetitive tasks accurately.
  • Ability to perform transactions by use of basic math skills.
  • Previous computer and money handling skills preferred.
  • Must be able to stand, walk, squat, bend, twist, lift, kneel, and climb.
  • Must be able to lift up to 20 pounds.
  • Fine manipulation of the hands required.

 

Employment with Oneida Nation Enterprises, LLC is contingent on passing a mandatory hair-sample drug test and a background investigation. We are an equal opportunity employer. Qualified American Indians are encouraged to apply.