Work in Washington Veterans Jobs

Job Information

Colville Casinos Player's Club Representative in Omak, Washington


This position is responsible for the accuracy of data input and participates with on-going maintenance and dependability of player club accounts and systems.  Provides assistance for the Players Advantage Club (PAC) and marketing promotions in a customer services friendly, efficient and profitable manner that promotes superior staff, customer and vendor relations. Responsible for promoting the day to day membership of our Players Advantage Clubby welcoming customers into the casino, learning customer names & offering the highest standard of customer service.  PAC will be responsible forselling event tickets and promoting seasonal events.


Essential Functions:

  • Provides superior guest service through promptly greeting guests, making eye contact, using a warm and welcoming tone, appropriate body language, and addressing guest concerns.
  • Maintains strict confidentiality of all patron accounts, jackpots, etc.
  • Promotes the Players Advantage Club by assisting players through the membership process by inputting customer data into Casino Market Place (CMP)system.
  • Promotes and assists with marketing events, in-house promotions, etc. Will conduct  announcements over the intercom system in a professional and fun fashion.
  • Applies knowledge of CMP system, relating promotions and procedures to conduct promotions.
  • Utilizes thorough knowledge of casinos games and  amenities to provide updated and accurate information to patrons.
  • Coordinates, designs, and/or assists with promotional displays and events.
  • Immediately alerts supervisor and management of guests' special needs.
  • Provides a safe and clean environment for our patrons, including maintaining clean and organized appearance of the players booth.
  • Responsible for maintaining player booth supplies and inventory.
  • Evaluates complaints concerning player tracking system, and/or promotions and promptly refer those complaints to designated departments for investigation and resolution.
  • Performs a variety of advanced clerical duties, including but not limited to computer, data input, multi-line phone. system, facsimile, multifunction copier/scanner, and binding machine.
  • Ensures compliance with all Tribal, State, Federal andNIGC regulations.
  • Adheres to the system of internal controls, Casinos and department policies and procedures.
  • Works closely with other departments and managers.
  • Operates point-of-sale system, including money handling and generating daily reports.
  • Must follow the program flow, rules and regulations of the event and entry or exit points of the event center.
  • Examine tickets or passes to exits or provide other instructions or assistance in case of emergency.
  • Count and record number of tickets collected.
  • Promotes appropriate employee relations by conducting themselves in a professional manner and being supportive.
  • Work closely with other employees and guests to ensure an enjoyable guest experience and working environment.
  • Performs other duties and special projects as assigned.

* *

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities (Minimum Qualifications):

High School Diploma or GED required.

Minimum six (6) months of money handling experience preferred.

Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Tribal Gaming License.

Ability to navigate player tracking and ticket sales software systems.

Must be computer literate with proficiency in Windows based programs.

Ability to operate office equipment such as printers, multi-line phones, etc.

Must have strong communication skills.

Must have excellent organizational and time management skills.

Willing to work various shifts including evenings, holidays