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Top Cage Cashier Interview Questions

Question 1 of 8
Why did you choose to become a Cage Cashier?
User-Submitted Answers
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I want to be challenge. I seek for a new career.
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One reason I would like to b a cage cashier is because of the environment I love a face pace environment and anything that's deal with customers I love my customers and making them happy.
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I choose this because its a good position were can I able to enhance and improve. It is also a challenging position that will help me to grow.
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Because I enjoy helping others to solve their problems and I enjoy being a shown up to the people I love interacting with people.
Question 2 of 8
What do you like most about this position?
User-Submitted Answers
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The ability to work with numbers.
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I like being able to build relationships with people and working with numbers.
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I get to work with people.
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What I like the most is interacting with the customers and making sure the customer is taking care of.
Question 3 of 8
What do you know about our company?
User-Submitted Answers
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You are one of the leading casino hotel here and continueing to expand.
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Great location, mission to build a quality of life for this generation and the future, show gratitude by giving back to the community.
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I don't know too much but I am willing to learn as much as I need to know.
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Your company is one of the best hotel in this country. And you have good reputation in hospitality industry.
Question 4 of 8
Why should we hire you?
User-Submitted Answers
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I am honest reliable I am a team player and willing to learn.
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I am honest reliable I am a team player and willing to learn.
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Because I have a lot of experience in handling money and have a lot of customer service experience and I enjoy helping people.
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Because I have a lot of experience in handling cash customer service were it can be beneficial to the company.
Question 5 of 8
Do you have any previous cash handling experience?
User-Submitted Answers
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Yes 3 years at dollar general.
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Yes, I have over 30 years experience in cash handling operations.
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Yes, I was once a cashier and the role is more of an accountant or administrative work.
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I have 6 years experience dealing with cash.
Question 6 of 8
Are you trustworthy?
User-Submitted Answers
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Absolutely, my reputation is of the up most importance. It is my responsibility as an employee, if hired, to protect the company's assets.
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Yes, I feel that I am trustworthy.
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Yes I am very trustworthy, and if given the opportunity I will be able to show you.
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Yes I am. I'm a kind of person that you can trust even in small things.
Question 7 of 8
How would others describe you?
User-Submitted Answers
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I would outgoing, determine, assertive and reliable.
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Energetic, effective, good communication skills, friendly.
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Energetic, team player, organized, outgoing, detail oriented,
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Observant. Quiet anf fun.
Question 8 of 8
What is your criminal background and credit background?
User-Submitted Answers
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I have no criminal history and I credit background is clean whereas I own everything I have no outstanding loans.
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I have no crime background and my credit is so so.
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No criminal background credit no so good.
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I have no criminal background I paybmy bills in a timely mannery.

About Cage Cashier

March 27th, 2017

Cage cashiers work in casinos where their main job is to exchange casino tokens for cash and vice versa. They are called cage cashiers because they work in the cage. This is an area in a casino where major financial transactions are conducted. All the money and casino chips are circulated through this cage. It is a hugely responsible job as it involves handling large amounts of money.

Becoming a cage cashier does not require advanced education. A high school diploma or GED certificate is usually sufficient but you will need to undergo extensive on-the-job training to understand all the rules and regulations of that particular casino. All casino workers, including cage cashiers, are required to have a state license. A background investigation and drug test will be conducted before you are granted a license. Cage cashiers must also have an eye for detail and good money handling, customer service and problem-solving skills.

At the interview for a cage cashier job, your interviewer will want to know if you've had any experience in this role and if you know what the job entails. If you have not had any experience working a cage cashier, an internship will give you valuable on-the-job experience. Be sure to prepare for your interview by checking through cage cashier mock interview questions.

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