Surveillance Shift Supervisor

Security/Surveillance Sparks, Nevada



The Security Shift Supervisor supervises assigned departmental staff and operations of a given shift. Also works with the Director of Surveillance and Security to develop, train and implement new staff.



  1. Supervises assigned operational function within the department, activities of the Security Officers.
  2. Inspects equipment and personal appearance of security personnel at the start of their shift.
  3. Respond to emergency situations promptly and evaluates the nature and severity of each situation.
  4. Writes detailed incident reports regarding: incidents of theft, injury, property damage and/or incident relating to infraction of laws, company policies or breaches of security.
  5. Patrol and inspect assigned areas, to include all public areas and grounds.
  6. Patrol property for any safety and fire hazards.
  7. Oversees key distribution. 
  8. Supervises pit drops, making sure all boxes are placed properly, accounted for and verified in accordance with property policies.
  9. Patrols the property in a Security vehicle when necessary to ensure smooth movement of traffic on property.
  10. Consistently practice and maintain the highest standards of professionalism when interacting with fellow team members, management, guests and vendors.
  1. Other related duties as assigned.


Supervisory responsibilities include interviewing, hiring, planning and directing work, appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining team members, and addressing complaints and resolving problems.



To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required.

All Employees must be knowledgeable to all Company policies and procedures, including fire and safety regulations.



Minimum 1 year previous experience in similar position within the gaming industry.



Nevada Gaming Control Board registration & Alcohol Awareness training required.