Requisition ID
    L'Auberge Casino Resort - Lake Charles, LA
    Position Type
  • What would I be doing?




    When we say “BE THE BEST YOU here 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..


    The Main Cashier is responsible for providing superior service to both the internal and external customer.  The Main Cashier is also responsible for performing varied cashier and supervisor functions in a pleasant, efficient and honest manner.



    (The following statements are intended as general illustrations of the work in this job class and are not all-inclusive for specific positions.)


    1. Handles large amounts of money and maintains accountability over assigned bank.


    1. Works with credit customers to ensure they are provided with prompt, courteous and friendly service.


    1. Records casino credit issuances and redemptions for the day.


    1. Verifies and completes exchanges with the cashiers in order to maintain funds.


    1. Performs numerous cashier, NRT, and supervisor functions in order to assist in providing superior service to internal and external guest.


    1. Monitors and coordinates activities of cage personnel when a member of management is not present.


    1. Assists in training new and existing employees to ensure that the proper procedures are being followed.


    1. Performs all duties in a professional manner.

    This position spends the majority of shift on the casino floor, and is subject to varying levels of crowds, noise levels, and smoke, the severity of which depends upon customer volume.

    What are we looking for?

    • The ability to communicate effectively with customers and all levels of employees.
    • The ability to effectively and efficiently move around the cage.
    • The ability to use computer keyboard, 10-key, calculator, etc.
    • The ability to retrieve and move coin bags and racks of chips which may weigh as much as 50 pounds throughout 8-hour shift.
    • The ability to balance bank at end of shift.
    • The ability to identify and accurately cash different denominations of gaming tokens, cash currency, checks, etc.


    These abilities are typically acquired through prior six months casino or banking experience with two months of on-the-job training, or through related cashier experience.


    All offers of employment are contingent until clear, timely results from the following have been approved:

    • Drug Test
    • Criminal Background Investigation
    • Employment Verification
    • Education Verification
    • Motor Vehicle Records, if applicable (for applicable positions that drive company vehicles)

    What would it be like to work at this property?

    Photo - Lake Charles


    L’Auberge Casino Resort is 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


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