Casino Credit Managers
Casino credit managers, also referred to as credit managers, credit executives, or casino credit and collections managers, are in charge of various casino credit functions. They determine if and how much credit the casino will extend to patrons. They review credit applications, create and maintain credit histories, and recommend credit limits. This is a supervisory position. Opportunities exist where ever there are casinos.
Minimum Education Level
Credit managers working in casinos generally are salaried workers. Earnings will vary depending on a number of factors including the specific casino in which the individual works and the geographic location, as well as his or her experience, responsibilities, and education. Generally, those with higher education earn better wages. In addition to salary, credit managers, like many other casino e...
Casino credit managers working in gaming facilities are generally salaried employees. As casino credit may be requested at any time or issues involving credit may arise, credit managers may be asked to work various shifts including the day shift, swing shift, evening shift, or even overnight. Individuals similarly, may need to work on weekends and holidays.
Casino credit managers may wor...
The Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) reports that the employment of gaming services workers, including credit managers, is projected to experience average growth through 2028. As states benefit from tax revenues generated by casinos, additional states not currently host commercial gaming establishments may allow new casinos to be built over the next decade. If so these new facilities will gener...