Since Gulfstream Park first opened its doors in 1939, we have quickly become known as South Florida’s legendary entertainment destination. Whether you are looking to watch some live Thoroughbred racing action, try your luck in our high-stakes poker room or unwind with appetizers and cocktails at the Village, we provide a little of something for everyone.
We offer our guests a standard of service unbridled by any other and this level of excellence stems directly from the commitment of our employees. We are always searching for candidates that share our same level of passion for people and desire to succeed, while also embodying our positive spirit. Your future is bright at Gulfstream, so make the right bet and join our winning team today!
Provides surveillance and investigative support for all areas of the property to enhance loss prevention efforts and reduce liability.
Duties & Responsibilities:
• Conducts investigations into all casino related accounting activities including gaming machines, change booths, all cashiering
operations, count rooms and fill bank.
• Coordinates investigations with appropriate finance and accounting personnel and Security Investigator when required.
• Maintains liaison with local law enforcement agencies and other casino investigative units.
• Assists with background investigations of prospective casino and accounting employees.
• Provides observational security in the casino and related public and support areas pursuant to departmental operating procedures.
• Maintains and enforces internal gaming and other security regulations.
• Completes security incident reports.
• Ensures compliance with all applicable regulations, laws, internal policies/procedures, and internal control protocols.
• Performs other related duties as may be assigned by reporting senior.
• High school diploma or GED preferred. Technical school or formal apprenticeship may be required.
• Requires knowledge of all casino games as well as a comprehensive knowledge of law enforcement, security and casino related
departments’ procedures and regulations.
• Must be able to work effectively with peers, staff members, and regulatory agency personnel.
• Strong written and oral communication skills required.
• Ability to solve problems and deal with a variety of situations where only limited standardization exists.
• Ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.