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Casino cashier


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Tööpakkumise number 187567

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Job Description

• Casino Cashier is the front line personnel that deal directly with guest transactions and enquiries in an efficient and friendly manner at the casino cage
• Balance this cash float daily and declare non-balances
• Cashier is required to manage a cashier float that must be able to be executed and be maintained at the standards enlisted in the job description


• At least one year full time cashiering experience casino/bank teller or equivalent
• Secondary schooling, accounting experience advantageous
• Must have a good command of the English language
• Possess basic computer skills, able to work with Word and Excel programs

Company offers

• Contract lengths 8 - 10 months aboard and 2 months vacation
• Free accommodation and meal, while aboard
• Paid flight tickets to and from the ship
• Very ambitious, dynamic and international environment with attractive remuneration package and possibilities for an international career

Additional information

If you would like to travel and meet new friends from all over the world, please send your CVs or register at our web-site:

Job type:
full-time, employee or contract worker
Expiration date:
11. detsember 2009
24. november 2009
Gross salary:
From 900 up to 1400 EUR monthly
Salary information:
Tax free salary + tips


SIDC Group – are a well-known recruitment & travel agency, based in the very heart of Riga – the capital of Latvia. During our 10 - years experience we developed as a company which is highly recognized as professional and qualified. Such prestigious companies as Cunard and Norwegian Cruise Lines are among our permanent partners, regularly recruiting personnel in cooperation with our agency. Our specialization is primarily the personnel for Hospitality and Retail, Leisure and some other departments. In the course of 10 years, we have placed thousands candidates predominantly for the aforementioned departments.