Casino 2019

Our next Casino will be in the first Quarter of 2019 (Jan-Mar) at the Elbow River Casino.

 

 

Volunteers can only work one position during the two-day event.

 

For example, a volunteer who worked as a Cashier on Day One cannot come back and work as a Chip Runner on Day Two.  Volunteers may work more than one shift but it must be in the same position.

 

Check in the volunteer lounge to receive a nametag.  It is very important that you arrive on time. All volunteers must bring picture ID with them. Volunteers are not permitted to play (gamble) at the tables or the slot machines during the 2 days of your organization's license.  The consumption of alcohol is strictly prohibited before or during shift. Dress is casual, ripped or torn clothing is not acceptable. Nametags will be supplied and are to be worn at all times. You may want to bring a book or a handicraft, as there are some quiet times during your shift.

 

Volunteer Descriptions No experience is necessary.

 

GENERAL MANAGER (Computer Literate) (Works in the Cash Cage) Participates in the opening and closing of the casino. Supervises the Cash Cage. Witnesses "Cash Outs" from players through Cashier. Fills in for Banker when they are on a break. Covers for all volunteer positions.

 

BANKER (Computer Literate) Fills chip orders as required from the Gaming Floor. Assists General Manager supervising the Cash Cage. Witnesses "Cash Outs" from players through Cashier.

 

CASHIER (Cash Handling experience is strongly advised) Redeems player's chips for cash. Minimal amount of computer input is required.

 

CHIP RUNNER (Somewhat Computer Literate) A courier (runner) for chip orders. Participates in the opening and closing of games.

 

COUNT ROOM SUPERVISOR (Computer Literate) Inputs the count from each drop box.

 

COUNT ROOM STAFF (Good with working with hands) Open and sorts cash from Drop Boxes. One person is required to input count from each drop box in computer. Runs cash through money machines, amalgamates each drop box