SLS Las Vegas

Surveillance Operator

Posted Date 2 weeks ago(2/13/2018 10:53 AM)
Job ID
US-NV-Las Vegas

Job Description

Are you motivated to Have Fun & Make Friends? We are, so if you want to feel excited on your way to work and can’t wait to be a part of Service Luxury Style this could be the job for you


Uses video systems and associated software to continuously observe all gaming and gaming-related areas for any deviations, abnormality or unusual activity as defined by law, Gaming regulation and in-house policies and procedures

Job Focus

Focus is on, but not limited to the following:


  • Makes detailed written reports or follow-up reports on incidents that occur on property
  • Works closely with Local, State and Federal Law Enforcement Agencies while conducting investigations
  • Works closely and all departments
  • Any and all job related duties as directed by the Surveillance Lead Operator, Supervisors and or the Director of Surveillance
  • Responsible for continually monitoring the hotel and casino operations to ensure adherence to the state gaming regulations, in-house internal controls and company policies and procedures
  • Checks all surveillance equipment at the start of the shift to ensure these are in good working condition
  • Views the casino areas for identification of cheating activities, undesirables, pilferage and embezzlement
  • Maintains the daily logs
  • Assists Security in protecting the welfare of the employees and guests of the casino and hotel
  • Coordinates with local, state and federal law enforcement in the investigation of criminal activity which occurred on company property

Desired Qualifications

  • Two (2) years of surveillance and/or Casino experience including knowledge of most table games and procedures
  • Prior industry experience at a high end luxury resort is preferred
  • Knowledge of gaming regulations such as Title 31
  • Knowledge of Surveillance based computer software, iTRAK, AS/400, Table View, BJ Survey, Excel, Word
  • Knowledge of Gaming Minimum Internal Casino Standards, local jurisdictional gaming laws, and Nevada Revised Statutes
  • A valid Nevada Gaming license is required and must be obtained before entering this position
  • Must be 21 years of age or older


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