The casino fundraiser will be in December 2020 at the Deerfoot Inn and Casino. Volunteers will be needed for the following positions:

  • General Manager/Alternate Manager (filled)
  • Banker
  • Cashier
  • Chip Runner
  • Count Room (Supervisor and Staff)

Please read the Position Descriptions below before signing up.
The links to sign up and to the mandatory AGLC Casino Volunteer Worker Application Form are below the position descriptions.

Casino Position Descriptions
 General Manager/Alternate General Manager
  • Responsible for total operation of casino including gaming floor, security, cashier’s cage and count room
  • Ensures a sufficient number of volunteers for each day
  • Must be present in the Casino at all times during table game operations
  • Ensures signed cheques are available to pay expenses at beginning of the first day
  • Controls drop box keys
  • Substitutes in volunteer positions on their breaks and in unavoidable staffing emergencies (General Manager/Alternate is not expected to fill staff positions under normal circumstances
  • Should review Casino Terms & Conditions booklet before casino


  • Controls cashier’s cage floats of chips and cash
  • Assisted by Cash Cage Advisor
  • Busy only during opening, volunteer shift changes and closing of casino
  • Keeps track of all cash/chip transfers on Casino Track
  • Mathematical skills helpful


  • Cashes in chips for players and makes change
  • Cashier has own float – does not share cash/chip float with anyone
  • This position is quite challenging and requires concentration and accuracy
  • This position is not recommended for colour blind individuals
  • Good manual dexterity is helpful

Chip Runner

  • Courier (runner) for chip orders (requests) from casino games
  • Volunteer must be prepared to move around
  • Position is usually busy at opening and closing of casino
  • Volunteer must be able to carry up to 5 lbs/2 kg of chips

Count Room Supervisor

  • Works with Count Room Advisor in recording cash counts and game wins and losses
  • Administrative skills useful, good math (number) skills are very helpful
  • Not required to handle cash

Count Room Staff

  • Sorts, amalgamates, counts and verifies all cash from table game drop boxes
  • Cash handling skills are an asset
  • Volunteers should be good working with their hands