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Surveillance Operator

Requisition #2316790
Job LocationCanada-Ontario-Etobicoke
Additional Location DetailsCasino Woodbine
Job StreamSecurity and Surveillance
Job TypePermanent, Part-Time
Number of Positions10
Posting Date18-Nov-2019
Expiry Date31-Dec-2019
Travel RequiredNot Required
Educational RequirementsCollege Diploma
Languages RequiredEnglish
Job Description


Surveillance Operators are responsible for the daily on-going monitoring and observation of casino operations, while ensuring the security and integrity of casino assets, staff and patrons. You will provide routine surveillance of the gaming floor identifying potential problems, such as poor game protection, suspicious individuals, and acting as a support unit to other departments in relation to the protection of company assets. Your attention to detail and sound observational skills will be critical as you are conducting reviews, writing and completing reports and logs that could be used as evidence in legal matters that have resulted from criminal charges against patrons or employees. You will work under Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario (AGCO) regulations and comply with all applicable laws, policies and procedures.


The successful candidates will possess:


  • A secondary school diploma, with preference to graduates with a Post-Secondary education in Law and Security.
  • A minimum of one (1) or more years of experience in a Security related field or gaming related positions (Cage, Slot, Table Games or Audit).
  • Analytical, observational, organizational, interpersonal and communication skills.
  • Knowledge of computer applications.
  • Casino Surveillance or related surveillance experience an asset
  • The ability to obtain registration as a Category 2 Gaming Assistant with the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario



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