Gambling Dealer Job Description Sample
Staff Attorney P15/16 (Alcohol & Gambling Division)
Job Description: A staff level attorney in the Alcohol and Gambling Enforcement Division is expected to routinely handle various legal assignments. The staff attorney, under the supervision of the Division Chief, the First Assistant, or the Section Head provides day-to-day legal representation for various state agencies, including the Michigan Liquor Control Commission, the Michigan Gaming Control Board, the Bureau of State Lottery, the Horse Racing Executive Director, and the Michigan Sheriffs' Coordinating Training Council. Additionally, the staff attorney provides research, drafts of formal and informal legal opinions, and is assigned division matters by the Division Chief, the First Assistant or Section Head. The staff attorney will also provide representation in state and federal civil and administrative proceedings and courts. Position Description Required Education and Experience
Possession of a Juris Doctorate degree from an accredited school of law.
Attorney-Staff P15 No specific type or amount is required. Attorney-Senior 16 Four years of post-bar admission legal experience. Additional Requirements and Information Membership in good standing in the Michigan State Bar. View the job specification at: http://www.michigan.gov/documents/Attorney_13121_7.pdf Please attach a cover letter, resume, writing sample, and an official copy of your law school transcripts.Salary: $26.21 - $56.02 Hourly
Location:* Southfield, MI
Job Type:* Permanent Full Time
Department:* Attorney General
Job Number:* 1101-18-007 Closing: 2/22/2018 5:00 PM Eastern
Bargaining Unit:* NON-EXCLUSIVE REPRESENTED EMPLOYEE (NERE)
Agency:* State of Michigan
Address:* 400 South Pine Street Lansing, Michigan, 48909. Phone: (800) 788-1766 Website: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/michigan
Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
*The University of Maryland School of Medicine has six (6) openings for Peer Gambling Recover Specialists to work in the Department of Psychiatry.
The main purpose of this position is to provide recovery support for problem gambling services. The position is a non-clinical peer-based position working with persons who are at risk or receiving treatment for problem gambling disorders and their families. Peer Recovery Specialists will assist with outreach efforts to the community to engage, educate and support individuals through the process of making life changes related to recovery from problem gambling-related issues and possibly other co-occurring disorders including substance use and mental health. Peers serve as coaches to model the process of recovery through their personal experience, while serving as advocates for multiple pathways to recovery/wellness. Individuals will be assigned to specific Local Health Departments (LHDs) in one of the six (6) casino jurisdictions. Responsibilities will include providing peer support for persons applying for the Maryland Lottery Voluntary Exclusion Program to educate them about treatment services; providing support for the state’s dedicated problem gambling helpline; and providing community outreach to educate and raise awareness about problem gambling and resources available through the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling. The University of Maryland, Baltimore offers a generous benefits package that includes 10 vacation days, 11 personal and holidays, 5 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and supplemental retirement options; and limited tuition remission for employees enrolled at UMB. /Candidates chosen for this position should be able to work flexible hours and work in various community settings. A valid Maryland driver’s license is required. This position may require the employee to visit various community programs within the state. This is a Contractual Position./ Essential Functions: * Provides crisis intervention through individual counseling, providing basic health education, assisting clients’ access to various social services, and referring clients to alternate care facilities.
Conducts initial assessment in order to determine individual client needs.
Speaks before neighborhood groups and attends community meetings to establish communication and rapport; to promote services; and assist in resolving problems facing the community. Prepares and distributes informational literature.
Participates in the evaluation of materials and methods designed to meet the educational needs of the client community.
May provide guidance and training over other outreach workers.
Recruits a client base within the community by identifying, locating, interviewing, and screening individuals who may be appropriate for the program.
Provides general information to individuals and families on program objectives and services; eligibility requirements and benefits; confidentiality of information etc. Distributes informational materials and literature.
Conducts visual inspection of the physical condition of the client's house to identify factors that may be detrimental to maintaining a safe, healthy, and comfortable living environment.
Serves as a liaison between the client and community resources including department staff, City, State, and Federal social services agencies.
Schedules clients for appointments with health care providers, reminds them of pending appointments, and contacts them to inquire into reasons for missed appointments. Escorts clients to various appointments to ensure compliance and provide support.
Assists with client retention by following up on all contacts for continued progress assessment and locating those clients who have moved or lost contact with the program.
Assists with the facilitation of the clinic process by greeting clients and making sure that they are registered to be seen.
Assists with planning, organizing, and implementing community special events such as health fairs, workshops etc.
Participates in staff meeting and conferences. Reports on community outreach activities including problems and concerns.
Prepares written reports and maintains records of outreach contacts and activities.
Updates information in database from various data forms collected.
Maintains a good working relationship with all members of the community.
The intent of this list of primary duties is to provide a representative summary of the major duties and responsibilities of this job. Incumbents perform other related duties assigned. Specific duties and responsibilities may vary based upon departmental needs. *Education:
High-school diploma or GED. *Experience:
Two (2) years in community outreach, health care, research, and/or social services. Prior experience as a Peer Counselor is preferred.
- Except for qualifications established by law, additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for full performance of the work of the job class may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with 30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: General knowledge of community and/or social service resources and programs. Skill in conducting interviews and assessing client needs. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to operate computers and other office equipment. Ability to write reports and maintain records. Ability to work in extreme weather conditions. Ability to perform extensive standing and walking. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion and tact. Ability to interact with the public, health care providers, community organizations, and social service agencies. Ability to maintain poise and courtesy under pressure. Conditions of Employment: Employees in this job class may be required to use their personal automobile while conducting official business and possess a valid Maryland Non-commercial Class C or Commercial Class B Driver's License (CDL). Candidates selected for employment may be subjected to medical inquiries and/or medical examination to determine ability to perform the job. Employees in this job class may be required to successfully pass a police background check. Based on the duties of this position, selected candidates/are not/eligible to participate in the Bargaining Unit (Union). Salary Range:$30,962 - $41,000 If accommodations are needed for a disability, please contact Human Resource Services at 410-706-2606, Monday – Friday, 8:30am – 4:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258. Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer. Minorities, women, protected veterans, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.
Job:Reg or CII Non-Exempt Staff
Title:Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
Peer Gambling Recovery Specialist (Community Outreach Worker II)
Individuals will be assigned to specific Local Health Departments (LHDs) in one of the six (6) casino jurisdictions. Responsibilities will include providing peer support for persons applying for the Maryland Lottery Voluntary Exclusion Program to educate them about treatment services; providing support for the states dedicated problem gambling helpline; and providing community outreach to educate and raise awareness about problem gambling and resources available through the Maryland Center of Excellence on Problem Gambling.
The University of Maryland, Baltimore offers a generous benefits package that includes 10 vacation days, 11 personal and holidays, 5 sick days; comprehensive health insurance and supplemental retirement options; and limited tuition remission for employees enrolled at UMB.
This is a Contractual Position.
- Provides crisis intervention through individual counseling, providing basic health education, assisting clients access to various social services, and referring clients to alternate care facilities.
- Conducts initial assessment in order to determine individual client needs.
- Speaks before neighborhood groups and attends community meetings to establish communication and rapport; to promote services; and assist in resolving problems facing the community. Prepares and distributes informational literature.
- Participates in the evaluation of materials and methods designed to meet the educational needs of the client community.
- May provide guidance and training over other outreach workers.
- Recruits a client base within the community by identifying, locating, interviewing, and screening individuals who may be appropriate for the program.
- Provides general information to individuals and families on program objectives and services; eligibility requirements and benefits; confidentiality of information etc. Distributes informational materials and literature.
- Conducts visual inspection of the physical condition of the client's house to identify factors that may be detrimental to maintaining a safe, healthy, and comfortable living environment.
- Serves as a liaison between the client and community resources including department staff, City, State, and Federal social services agencies.
- Schedules clients for appointments with health care providers, reminds them of pending appointments, and contacts them to inquire into reasons for missed appointments. Escorts clients to various appointments to ensure compliance and provide support.
- Assists with client retention by following up on all contacts for continued progress assessment and locating those clients who have moved or lost contact with the program.
- Assists with the facilitation of the clinic process by greeting clients and making sure that they are registered to be seen.
- Assists with planning, organizing, and implementing community special events such as health fairs, workshops etc.
- Participates in staff meeting and conferences. Reports on community outreach activities including problems and concerns.
- Prepares written reports and maintains records of outreach contacts and activities.
- Updates information in database from various data forms collected.
- Maintains a good working relationship with all members of the community.
Education\: High-school diploma or GED.
Experience\: Two (2) years in community outreach, health care, research, and/or social services. Prior experience as a Peer Counselor is preferred.
Other\: Except for qualifications established by law, additional related experience and formal education in which one has gained the knowledge, skills, and abilities required for full performance of the work of the job class may be substituted for the education or experience requirement on a year-for-year basis with 30 college credits being equivalent to one year of experience.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities\:
General knowledge of community and/or social service resources and programs. Skill in conducting interviews and assessing client needs. Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships. Ability to operate computers and other office equipment. Ability to write reports and maintain records. Ability to work in extreme weather conditions. Ability to perform extensive standing and walking. Ability to handle sensitive and confidential matters with discretion and tact. Ability to interact with the public, health care providers, community organizations, and social service agencies. Ability to maintain poise and courtesy under pressure.
Conditions of Employment\:
Employees in this job class may be required to use their personal automobile while conducting official business and possess a valid Maryland Non-commercial Class C or Commercial Class B Driver's License (CDL). Candidates selected for employment may be subjected to medical inquiries and/or medical examination to determine ability to perform the job. Employees in this job class may be required to successfully pass a police background check.
Based on the duties of this position, selected candidates are not eligible to participate in the Bargaining Unit (Union).
Salary Range\: $30,962 - $41,000
If accommodations are needed for a disability, please contact Human Resource Services at 410-706-2606, Monday Friday, 8\:30am 4\:30pm EST. Maryland Relay can be accessed by dialing 711 (in-state) or 1-800-735-2258.
Director Of Problem Gambling Services
Job Title: Director of Problem Gambling Services
Working Title: Director of
Problem Gambling Services
Grad Counseling Psychology
The Problem Gambling Services ( PGS ) Director oversees the clinical and administrative work of the Lewis & Clark Problem Gambling Services program. PGS offers problem gambling treatment in Multnomah County and is housed in the Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center on SW Barbur Blvd. The PGS Director will work closely with and report to the Counseling Psychology ( CPSY ) Department Chair. The PGS Director's workweek will include weekends. This position is supported by a contract with Multnomah County to provide general problem gambling services in the community.
The PGS Director collaborates with the Latino Problem Gambling Services ( LPGS ) Coordinator. LPGS provides Latino-specific services across Multnomah, Washington, and Clackamas Counties and is funded by the Oregon Health Authority Problem Gambling Services ( OHAPGS ). LPGS provides services in the Community Counseling Center on SW Barbur Blvd. and in offices in Hillsboro and Milwaukie.
The Department of Counseling Psychology at Lewis & Clark College is grounded in a strong commitment to equity and social justice. We are looking for a colleague with the requisite knowledge of problem gambling treatment who shares our vision and commitment to these principles.
Lewis & Clark College is committed to achieving a diverse workforce. Candidates from diverse backgrounds are encouraged to apply. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to status as a protected veteran or a qualified individual with a disability, or other protected status, such as race, religion, color, national origin, sex, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status or age.
The College explicitly acknowledges and affirms its conviction that diversity with respect to race, ethnicity, national origin, socio-economic background, religious orientation or spirituality, physical or sensory disability, gender, and sexual orientation on the Lewis & Clark campus provides an educational benefit for all students that can be realized only if students and education professionals from diverse backgrounds are present in significant numbers within our learning community. In creating and sustaining such a community, we engage, to the extent possible, in practices that will ensure a high degree of diversity on our campus, simultaneously meeting the highest standards of academic excellence of which we are capable.
Master's degree in mental health related field.
Oregon State qualified clinical supervisor.
Certified or eligible for Gambling Addiction Counselor II
Licensed or eligible for Oregon State Licensed Professional Counselor or Licensed Marriage and Family Therapist.
Demonstrated knowledge and understanding of mental health and addiction counseling from a community-based social justice and trauma-informed perspective.
Extensive knowledge of problem gambling treatment with individuals and families.
At least two years clinical work with problem gamblers.
Knowledge of Oregon State law regarding problem gambling and mental health treatment.
At least one year administrative and program development experience.
Ability to build and maintain working relationships and effectively represent L&C with state, county and community stakeholders.
Knowledge of budgets, billing, program evaluation, community outreach, and report writing.
Experience building and overseeing problem gambling programs, including knowledge of all reporting systems, diagnosis requirements, service delivery categories, billings, etc.
Three years clinical work with problem gamblers.
Existing relationships with state, county and community stakeholders.
Experience supervising clinicians working in problem gambling.
Experience working with students in clinical training settings.
Experience working within Oregon's problem gambling treatment structure at the level of program management.
Anticipated Position Start Date: 04/02/2018
Posting Date: 02/08/2018
Open Until Filled Yes
Weekly Hours 37.5
Months Worked Per Year: 12
Special Instructions to Applicants:
Application Requirement - Please submit a separate diversity statement that outlines your experiences with diversity, equity and inclusion. Those experiences can include, but are not limited to the following: lived experience as a member of an underrepresented group; experience living and meaningfully interacting with individuals with a variety of identities; and professional development or other training in diversity, equity and inclusion. If your experiences are different from those listed and you have a commitment to diversity, equity and inclusion, please explain how you will manifest that commitment in this position.
Pay Rate: Commensurate with experience
1. PGS Director works under the direct supervisory and administrative authority of the Counseling Psychology ( CPSY ) Chair and collaborates with the Chair to develop and oversee all aspects of problem gambling services, including service delivery models, outreach planning, and contract/grant development.
2. Oversees daily operations of Problem Gambling Services ( PGS ) at the Lewis & Clark Community Counseling Center.
3. Supervises PGS therapists/counselors-in-training.
4. Plans and oversees outreach activities; collaborates with community stakeholders; advertises to the public; and provides ongoing training to staff.
5. Attends all relevant county and state meetings; attends community meetings; maintains working relationships with members of state and county problem gambling administrators; participates in Latino Problem Gambling Advisory Board.
6. Maintains/reviews PGS client files and required paperwork; triages and oversees scheduling of appointments.
7. Prepares monthly statements of service delivery and billing; oversees expenditures; ensures service delivery meets expectations; regularly updates CPSY Chair on status of service delivery.
8. Provides direct clinical services for problem gambling.
9. Ability to honor and work with all identities and individuals, particularly those who are underrepresented in the country and/or at Lewis & Clark College.
Name of Grant(s):
Problem Gambling Services, service contract funded by Multnomah County
Table Games Dealer
Be the Best You Pinnacle Entertainment (PNK) is a dynamic and growing casino entertainment company with more than 15,000 team members working at 16 casinos and racetracks located in Colorado, Indiana, Iowa, Louisiana, Mississippi, Missouri, Pennsylvania, Nevada and Ohio - and PNK has a management contract for Retama Park Racetrack outside of San Antonio, Texas.At PNK, we are guided by our team member promise
- Be the Best You. Through this promise we strive to support our team members in living their best lives by offering them challenging and rewarding work, a competitive benefits package and opportunities to build lasting relationships. Property Details L’Auberge Casino Resortis located two hours from the Houston metropolitan area. This premier facility is ideal for the business traveler or guest looking for the ultimate in hospitality and dining experiences, plus non-stop gaming action. The property includes a 26-story hotel complex; an 18-hole golf course designed by Tom Fazio; 26,000 gross square feet of meeting space, including a full-service business center and landscaped terrace space plus outdoor poolside lawn and beach; two resort swimming pools, lazy river and private cabana courtyard; full-service salon, spa and cardio fitness center; unique retail stores; ten innovative dining outlets; and top-name entertainment. And the expansive 70,000 square foot casino features Vegas-like gambling action. L'Auberge Casino & Hotel 777 Avenue L'Auberge Lake Charles, LA 70601 Overview When we say“BE THE BEST YOUhere at L’Auberge Lake Charles, we live it every day. What could be better than providing entertainment and excitement as a career. We’re looking for individuals who are committed to not only excelling in their profession, but also in having fun and enjoying what they do. Be on the team that make sure our guests’ visits are nothing short of amazing each time. Never allow a dull moment dealing cards, coins, chips and celebrations. Provide the party and function as “The Life” of it, too.. As a Dealer at L’Auberge Lake Charles, you are responsible for providing superior service to both the internal and external customer. You are also responsible for providing prompt, accurate, and courteous dealing service to players in accordance with standard procedures and for maintaining the integrity of the game, as well as for explaining aspects of Blackjack, Craps, Poker, Let-It-Ride, Roulette, Baccarat, and Pai-Gow Poker to players unfamiliar with the games. Responsibilities The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for this position.
- Deliver internal and external guest service the
Pinnacle Wayby ensuring every interaction includes our Six Core Service Standards (Look Sharp, smile & greet the guest. Be friendly, polite & use courteous language. Provide especially timely & knowledgeable service;and then some!Always find solutions to guests’ problems. Use the guest’s name when appropriate. Thank the guest and invite him or her back).
Provides superior customer service, positively effects interactions with customers and employees, and has the resiliency to deal with difficult customers in all types of business conditions and the ability to work harmoniously with coworkers.
Provides prompt, accurate, and courteous service to players, utilizing the highest degree of technical skill in dealing blackjack while adhering to established standard policies and procedures
As called upon, explains aspects of various games, such as Blackjack, Craps, Poker, Let-It-Ride, Roulette, Baccarat, Pai-Gow Poker, to gaming patrons.
Processes all cash and maintains proper handling and accounting for assigned property items.
Maintains familiarity with other gaming and entertainment/service activities for Pinnacle Entertainment, Inc.’s patrons, in order to provide information and correct answers to questions.
Maintains an intimate and sound understanding of all standards, policies, and procedures, including general policies and procedures of the Table Games Department.
This is a high customer contact position, and requires the ability to communicate effectively with the customer at all times.
This position spends majority of shift on the casino floor, and is subject to varying levels of crowds, noise, and smoke, the severity of which depends upon customer volume.
Requires finger dexterity so as to be able to shuffle and deal cards.
Must be able to see and read so as to be able to identify cards and pay and collect bets.
Must have 100% hearing ability to react to customer bets and supervisors’ gaming decisions.
Must be able to bend, reach, and twist so as to collect bets, deal cards, etc.
Must be able to stand for long periods of time.
Must be able to provide adequate games protection at all times. Qualifications
Demonstrated proficiency in dealing blackjack or any of the required games, acquired through training or experience.
Must be able to perform basic mathematical functions. These skills and abilities are typically acquired through standard dealer training and two months of on-the-job training. All offers of employment are contingent until clear, timely results from the following have been approved:
Criminal Background Investigation
Motor Vehicle Records, if applicable (for applicable positions that drive company vehicles) Requisition ID2018-30512 PropertyL'Auberge Casino Resort
- Lake Charles, LA CategoryGaming Position TypePart-Time
Table Games Dealer
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- Please wait... Apply now × Apply for Job × × × Enter your email to apply Date: Feb 9, 2018 Location: Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, US Company: Las Vegas Sands Corp. Position
The primary responsibility of the Table Games’ Dealer (Entry Level) is to deal assigned table games while providing a superior gaming experience in a friendly environment. Assigned game must be dealt at the proper game pace and within all approved procedures including the proper paying and taking of wagers bet, in order to maximize company revenue. All duties are to be performed in accordance with departmental and the Sands Bethlehem (“the Sands”) policies, practices, and procedures. Essential
Deals table games assigned, in a proficient and speedy manner to be able to deal between 55 hands or 45 spins per hour.
Provides courteous service and is cordial to all patrons and team members.
Shuffles cards in a timely manner, ensuring a thorough mix of cards in compliance with casino standards, as well as controlling the pace of the game.
Pays and takes winning and losing wagers according to company policy.
Verifies and signs fills, credits, and associated documents.
Passes on all pertinent information to relieving dealers and supervisors.
Issues chips to customers for either cash buy-ins or credit in accordance with company policy.
Maintains control of shoe, cards, dice and float; always keeping visual contact.
Informs the table games Floor Supervisor of all irregularities including suspicious guest activity.
Paces games, taking into account the type of action and ability of players keeping the speed of the game at the most efficient rate possible.
Verifies accuracy when signing all paperwork.
Accepts cash buy-ins and performs drop of cash according to company policy.
Complies with all appropriate Sands policies and procedures and gaming regulations.
Must be able to handle chips, silver, dice and individual cards, and deal from a shoe or out of hand in a proficient manner.
For Craps’ Games only, dealer can perform function of Stickperson.
Properly use equipment, tools or systems to complete assigned tasks and complies with company safety standards.
Develop a working knowledge of any PGCB rules, regulations and Internal Controls applicable to your position.
Complete all paperwork in accordance with PGCB and approved Sands’ standards.
Read and understand the Sands Compulsive and Problem Gambling Plan with regards to how to conduct business in this position and specifically the regulations prohibiting service to minors and/or intoxicated persons.
Provide superior customer service to all internal and external customers in compliance with the Sands’ Standards of Steel customer service standards.
Adhere to and complies with both departmental and overall property policies and procedures.
- Perform any other related duties as assigned.
+ 18 years of age, proof of authorization/eligibility to work in the United States.
High School diploma or equivalent.
Ability to communicate effectively in a positive/upbeat fashion utilizing English; both in oral and written form.
Interpersonal skills with focused attention on guest needs to deal effectively with all business contacts.
Maintain a professional, neat and well-groomed appearance adhering to the Sands appearance standards.
Maintain consistent adherence to the Sands Customer Service Standards (Standards of Steel).
- Must be able to work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays. Specific Position
Must be enrolled in or have obtained a Table Games dealing certificate through a Dealer training facility approved by the PGCB.
Must be able to pass an audition for at least 2 games, one of which must be Blackjack.
Must show proof of enrollment or a dealing certification from a Dealer training facility during the interview process.
Must be able to obtain and maintain CPR Certification.
Must be familiar with methods of game cheating.
Ability to calculate mathematical equations i.e. adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing without a calculator or paper.
Ability to follow directions with minimal supervision.
Physical ability to access all areas of the property.
Ability to withstand prolonged standing, stretching, bending and kneeling without restriction, work indoors, outdoors and be exposed to various environmental factors such as, but not limited to CRT fatigue, noise, dust, cigarette smoke.
Ability to work in a fast-paced, busy, and somewhat stressful environment and maintain physical stamina, proper mental attitude while dealing effectively with guests, management, team members, and outside contacts while working under pressure and meeting deadlines.
Ability to lift or carry a minimum of 20 pounds, unassisted, in the performance of specific tasks assigned.
Ability to work with others, communicate well, receive direction; review your own work.
Maintain a positive attitude toward work and interface with guests in a friendly and polite manner.
Ability to address stressful situations with clients with dignity and the utmost tact and politeness.
Must be able to work with others, communicate well and receive direction when needed to achieve department goals and objectives.
Must be able to qualify for, apply for and obtain a Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board license if required. Work Environment:
Ability to meet Specific Job Requirements and perform Position Responsibilities for this position.
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
Ability to provide a service or assistance to meet the needs of a guest, client or customer.
Ability to comply with policies and procedures of the department or section in order to complete service satisfactorily.
Ability to clearly present information through the spoken or written word; talk with customers or employees; listen well.
Ability to be alert to customer or client needs; to remedy or present a solution to a question, service request or service breakdown.
Ability to undertake additional responsibilities and respond to situations as they arise with or without supervision.
Ability to be tactful and polite, maintain confidences, and foster an ethical work environment; handle all situations honestly.
Ability to maintain standards despite pressing deadlines; to do your work right the first time.
Ability to act in accordance with established guidelines; follow standard procedures; comply with written rules or practices.
Ability to adapt and interact with people who have different values, cultures, or backgrounds, be of service to potentially difficult people, Acknowledge the benefits of having a diverse workforce.
Ability to share due credit with coworkers; display enthusiasm and promote a friendly group working environment; work closely with other departments as necessary; support group decisions and display team spirit.
Ability to demonstrate a high level of service delivery; do what is necessary to ensure customer satisfaction; deal with service failures and prioritize customer or client needs. Interview Criteria: Baccarat Score: Blackjack Score: Dice Score: Midi Baccarat Score: Mini Baccarat Score: Pai Gow Poker Score: Pai Gow Tiles Score: Roulette Score: Poker Score:
Dealer Communications Lead
You can make a salary. Or you can make a difference. Or you can work as a Dealer Communications Lead at Herman Miller and make both.
About this Opportunity As a Dealer Communications Lead, you'll lead the implementation of dealer communication initiatives to build dealer loyalty, alignment, and preference for the Herman Miller brand. You will be responsible for coordinating communications to our dealer partners and determining the content, delivery method, and cadence of information distributed to that audience. You'll partner with Herman Miller teams to create, implement, and oversee content and communication programs to our dealer audience. You'll also collaborate with multiple levels of the organization to execute initiatives, facilitate ongoing improvements, and manage resources, budgets, and schedules. What You'll Do You'll have opportunities to speak up, solve problems, lead others, and be an owner every day as you...
Collaborate with Herman Miller Marketing, Product Development, and Market Launch Leads to implement program objectives.
Collaborate with the Herman Miller Dealer and Sales organization to maintain strong awareness of marketing and communication strategies in order to identify areas for improvement.
Consistently and constantly provide appropriate and on-brand content and information to both internal and external audiences to support Marketing and Sales initiatives and to strengthen the brand.
Develop an understanding of dealer goals and objectives and work closely and collaboratively within the dealer and Herman Miller teams to conceptualize and provide creative and strategic input into communication tactics. You'll also provide reporting and frequent measurement of tactic success.
Develop and implement communications-related training information and programs for the Dealer and Sales organization.
Provide project management, content calendar creation, reporting, and frequent measurement of tactic success.
Take responsibility for all facets of program management, establish overall program objectives, facilitate ongoing improvements, and manage resources, budgets, and schedules.
Take responsibility for dealer communications, including the maintenance and accuracy of Herman Miller information on Herman Miller OMNI and other portals.
Stay informed of communications best practices, trends, and technologies, and maintain a strong learning focus due to new, variable project assignments.
Perform additional responsibilities as requested to achieve business objectives. Sound Like You? You might be just who we're looking for if you have... * A Bachelor's degree in Communications or Marketing, or equivalent education and professional experience.
Seven or more years of project management, leadership, and related business experience, resulting in a broad knowledge of communications and marketing principles, activities, programs, and related processes.
Familiarity with the dealer distribution channel and overall Herman Miller systems architecture and strategies (preferred).
Demonstrated competencies that include exceptional planning, multitasking, organizational, time management, problem-solving, decision-making, and interpersonal written and verbal communication skills.
The ability to handle multiple concurrent responsibilities and work in a constantly changing environment. * A demonstrated ability to manage multiple major projects and priorities simultaneously and to meet deadlines. * A proven ability to link project management, leadership, performance, quality, and financial performance. * A demonstrated ability to effectively use the office automation, communication, software, and tools currently used in the Herman Miller office environment.
The ability to travel as needed to achieve business objectives.
The ability to perform all essential job functions with or without accommodations. / *You must submit a writing sample at the time of application / Who We Are At Herman Miller, our unique culture represents the collective attitudes, ideas, and experiences of the people who work here. We focus on protecting the environment, impacting our communities, exceeding the expectations of our customers through high quality products, and championing diversity in all areas of the business, and together we are on a journey toward a better world. We support the well-being of our employees in and outside of work by providing a variety of opportunities including award-winning work-life integration resources, development programs, complex health and wellness offerings, and much more. Herman Miller is a globally recognized provider of furnishings and related technologies and services. Headquartered in West Michigan, we have relied on innovative design for over 100 years to solve problems for people wherever they work, live, learn, and heal. /Herman Miller is committed to diversity and inclusion. We are an equal opportunity employer including veterans and people with disabilities./
Title:Dealer Communications Lead
Dealer Relationship Manager
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Dealer Relationship Manager
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Location N 82nd Street (H)
TD Auto Finance Job Category - Primary
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About TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank® TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, is one of the 10 largest banks in the U.S., providing more than 8 million customers with a full range of retail, small business and commercial banking products and services at approximately 1,300 convenient locations throughout the Northeast, Mid-Atlantic, Metro D.C., the Carolinas and Florida. In addition, TD Bank and its subsidiaries offer customized private banking and wealth management services through TD Wealth®, and vehicle financing and dealer commercial services through TD Auto Finance.
TD Bank is headquartered in Cherry Hill, N.J. To learn more, visit www.tdbank.com. at http://www.tdbank.com/ Find TD Bank on Facebook at www.facebook.com/TDBank and on Twitter at www.twitter.com/TDBank_US . TD Bank, America's Most Convenient Bank, is a member of TD Bank Group and a subsidiary of The Toronto-Dominion Bank of Toronto, Canada, a top 10 financial services company in North America. The Toronto-Dominion Bank trades on the New York and Toronto stock exchanges under the ticker symbol "TD". To learn more, visit www.td.com at http://www.td.com/ .
Job Description The Dealer Financial Distribution Officer prospects, develops, cultivates and maintains new and existing business relationships in their respective market. The Dealer Financial Distribution Officer meets with prospective and existing dealer customers to acquire indirect business, solicit and acquire TD Bank Dealer Commercial Services product (floor plan), and expand relationships with TD Auto Finance and TD Bank, America’s Most Convenient Bank throughout a specified region.
The job focuses on increasing efficient and profitable retail, remarketing and floorplan/commercial business, while maintaining a profitable dealer portfolio.TDAF Dealer Financial Distribution Officer is responsible to acquire both indirect retail and floor plan/commercial business within a designated territory. In the overall market, the bank competition has two sales forces that sell each product individually to their dealer customers. The experience needed by TDAF and the competitive nature of the positions verses the other bank lenders can create challenges to find qualified candidates at a competitive compensation package at times.
Job Requirements • Manages the relationship with auto dealers in an assigned territory for all TD products (Retail, Commercial, Remarketing). Monitors dealer performance through daily reports and recommends/takes actions as appropriate. • Understands the differentiated services we offer and applies them to our customer base; grows relationships, improves relationships and ceases relationships to maintain profitable, efficient business. • Meets dealers to discuss consumer and commercial lending products, creates strategies and plans and consults with dealers regarding their needs. Monitors dealer performance through daily reports and recommends/takes actions as appropriate. • Develops new business by meeting with prospects to achieve annual sales and cross-referral goals; qualifies prospects, determines their consumer lending needs, formulates account strategies, coordinates with necessary personnel and presents solutions. • Visits Customers on a regular basis to ensure service levels are maintained; effective meetings are planned, and assess overall business situations.
Answers Customer questions and resolves Customer problems. Creates and delivers sales presentations, including presentations to larger audiences and organizations, which summarize prospect's consumer lending situation and how consumer lending products and services would meet their needs. Recommends additional products and services as appropriate, solves problems and ensures ongoing Customer satisfaction. • Provides training and mentoring for new and less experienced staff. • Participates in the development of unit operating policies and procedures by communicating new or unique situations and solutions developed. Develops and retains indirect business according to Company policies and procedures and applicable regulatory guidelines.
Qualifications • 4 year degree or equivalent experience • 5+ years related experience required • Extensive knowledge of various dealer finance and indirect consumer lending products and services and credit decisions. Proven sales track record, including history of successfully attracting new Customers. • Account management skills, including ability to build strong and lasting business relationships.
Refined negotiation skills. • Demonstrated ability to work in teams to contribute to sound lending decisions. Excellent communication skills, both verbal and written. Excellent PC skills.
Inclusiveness At TD, we are committed to fostering an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workforce that reflects the diversity of our customers and communities in which we live in and serve, and creating an environment where every employee has the opportunity to reach her/his potential. If you have a disability that requires an accommodation to complete the application process, please e-mail TD Bank's HR Compliance Department at email@example.com. Please include your full name, contact information and details about your request within the e-mail. EOE/Minorities/Females/Veterans/Individuals with Disabilities/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity. Province/State (Primary)
Arizona City (Primary) Scottsdale
Dealer Trade Driver-(Cdl License Required)
Dealer trade driver will be reponsible for loading and unloading vehicles from trailer. Driving truck and trailer to different dealers to deliver and pick up cars.
The ideal candidate has a high school diploma or GED, an unrestricted driver's license, and a clean driving record. Candidates must be able to drive both automatic and standard-transmission vehicles and must have basic mechanical skills to perform minor vehicle maintenance (checking and topping off fluid levels, maintaining tire pressure, performing vehicle safety checks, etc.). Strong communication and customer service skills required.
Table Games Dealer - Part Time
Starting at $11.00 Part-time position Flexible schedules available Company Standards At Angel of the Winds, the World’s Friendliest, Casino and Hotel we require all employees to provide exceptional guest service with a positive and out-going attitude. We value all guests and team members through our guiding values; Welcoming, Engaged, Accountable, Customer Experience, and Team. We have a commitment to understand, define, and deliver what our guests want and represent our company by being professional and courteous to all. Responsibilities
Greets all guests immediately in a friendly, professional, sincere and attentive manner.
Remains calm and attentive, especially during heavy casino activity.
Responsible for dealing all games and learns new games as they are introduced.
Arrives at designated work station and/or relieves dealer on time ensuring the flow of game is not interrupted.
Maintains a polite, professional and attentive demeanor.
Communicates any guest complaints, problems or compliments to appropriate supervisory or management staff as needed.
Ensures compliance with all casino policies and procedures.
Duties, responsibilities, requirements and expectations pertaining to this job are subject to change as needed.
Knowledge of a 24-hour, 7 day a week operation.
Hours are determined by 24-hour schedule and subject to change.
Other duties as assigned. Requirements Qualifications
Exceptional guest service and communication skills required.
High school diploma or general education degree (GED).
One to three months’ related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.
Must be able to deal multiple table games, able to deal Roulette and Craps would be a plus.
Prerequisite: Must pass an audition to be considered for employment.
Excellent organizational and interpersonal skills required.
Ability to work in a fast paced and multi-tasking environment required.
Prior cash handling experience required.
Ability to work days, nights, weekends, special events, overtime and holidays is required. Certificates, Licenses, Regulations
Must be able to obtain and maintain a Class III/A gaming license from the Stillaguamish Tribal Gaming Agency and the State of Washington.
Washington State Driver’s License or ID card. Physical Demands and Work Environment Constantly requires the ability to receive detailed information through oral and written communication. The position requires exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 10 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Requires repetitive movement with the ability to stand and/or walk for an entire shift. There are no adverse conditions, but employee is exposed to tobacco smoke on a regular basis. Benefits
Great base pay starting at $11 per hour and up depending on game knowledge.
Toke rates average is $15.00 an hour (tokes can fluctuate and are not guaranteed).
Paid time off after 90 days, 2 weeks earned in first year increasing to almost 3 weeks in year two.
Current casino offers 16 Vegas style table games and we have plans to expand.
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