Gold Horse Casino Lloydminster, SK, CA S9V 2K8
Reporting to the Asset Protection Manager and under the supervision of the Facilities Supervisor, this position contributes to the maintenance of SIGA’s memorable facilities, by carrying out cleaning tasks to ensure a safe and sanitary environment for Casino guests and staff.
Responsibilities include: Cleaning Casino floors, washrooms, offices, windows, and furniture. Maintaining a clean and orderly inventory of supplies. Assisting Maintenance Repair Workers with exterior maintenance as required and weather permitting. Providing customer service in the course of carrying out duties. Assisting with minor repairs to facility and equipment. Handling other tasks as required, to provide a clean and safe Casino environment.
Conditions of Employment
Successful candidates are subject to a background check as well are required to obtain and maintain a gaming employee Certificate of Registration from the Saskatchewan Liquor and Gaming Authority (SLGA)/Indigenous Gaming Regulators (IGR).
The minimum age to work in a casino or any area where gaming can be seen is 19 years of age
As our organization values employee and patron safety, SIGA has instituted a Drug & Alcohol policy for its employees.
Tobacco smoke/High noise levels (during time spent at Casino sites)
Compliance with all regulatory requirements as may be applicable to your position including but not limited to both SLGA requirements and the Anti-Money Laundering requirements set out in the Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) and Terrorist Financing Act and regulations and policies made thereunder by Canada and FINTRAC.
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About Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority
SIGA provides first-class entertainment to patrons across Saskatchewan through our seven casino destinations. SIGA casinos deliver entertainment and excitement, offering slot machines, live table games, electronic table games, live on-stage entertainment and food and beverage services. SIGA employees provide a second-to-none customer service experience, rooted in traditional First Nation hospitality and culture. Under The First Nations Gaming Act, 1995, the Federation of Sovereign Indigenous Nations, formerly the Federation of Saskatchewan Indian Nations Inc. (FSIN), created the Saskatchewan Indian Gaming Authority. Since 1996, SIGA has been incorporated under The Non-Profit Corporation Act, 1995, of Saskatchewan with all profits returned to our beneficiaries.