Also known as: Assistant Casino Shift Manager, Bingo Manager, Casino Manager, Casino Shift Manager, Gaming Director, Gaming Manager, Slot Manager, Slot Operations Director, Table Games Manager, Table Games Shift Manager
Description: When you enter a casino, you generally interact with Dealers or other workers. Casino Managers work behind the scenes. They oversee and direct gaming operations in a designated area. For instance, Managers may oversee a section of slot machines or a section of card tables. Most Casino Managers have at least a high school degree or its equivalent, as well as relevant work experience. Depending on the level of management, Casino Managers may be required to have a Bachelor's degree.
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