Deals poker, accepts bets and retrieves or conducts payouts based on winning card distribution. Handles player transactions, notifies Poker Shift Supervisor or Poker Floor Person of any irregularities or disputes that may arise during the game. Cleans playing cards for the Poker Room Department.
Reports to the Poker Floor Person, Poker Shift Supervisor, and Poker Manager.
Major Duties and Responsibilities
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Minimum Qualifications, Education and Experience
Salary Range: $6.58 – $8.23 Per HourApplicants must already be authorized to work in the US and must be able to obtain and maintain a casino license in the state of New Mexico.
Since it first opened in 1994, The Sandia Resort and Casino has undergone extensive developments to its property to provide a truly all-inclusive and luxurious experience for visitors. Owned and operated by the Pueblo of Sandia, it was the very first Indian casino in New Mexico at its opening. Now there are approximately 25 tribal casinos in the state, including Sandia.
The goal was to create an upscale experience that was close to home for New Mexicans, while encompassing Southwestern pride and culture for out-of-state visitors. With friendly customer service and opulent amenities, this goal was not only realized, it made Sandia Resort & Casino the best place for entertainment in the state.