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Sample Gaming Runner Resume






A gaming runner resume shows the hiring manager the job hunter is eager to be hired and is well qualified in training and on-the-job experience. All gaming runner resumes should state the job seeker's objective and work history.


Gary Smith
109 Any Street
Big Town, USA 9999
Home: (888) 888-8888
Cell: (888) 888-7777
gsmith@sampleresume.com

OBJECTIVE

A position as a Gaming Runner

SUMMARY OF QUALIFICATIONS

Physical stamina for standing and walking for extended periods of time; tolerance to work in a smoke-filled environment; manual dexterity to deal with cash, paper, game cards, mobility to climb stairs; tolerance to work with angry or upset guests

EXPERIENCE

Gaming Runner, 2000 to present:

Rodney's Casino and Card Parlor, Big City, USA.

Responsible for explaining game rules to customers, calling and verifying game draws in Keno and Bingo, selling gaming tickets, ensuring the safety of all cash taken, maintains game machines and reports any malfunctions.

Gaming Runner, 1998-2000:

Paramount Keno Hall, Little Town, USA.

Sold Keno tickets, explained game rules, made the calls, verified winning cards, paying winners, returning cash to cashier, speaking with customers, resolving disputes.

EDUCATION

High School Diploma, 1997
Any City High School, Any City, USA

ACCOLADES AND INVOLVEMENTS

American Women in Business

Regional Secretary 2006

NOTE: Most gaming runner resumes run one to two pages. The gaming runner resume above is a short sample of one you can use to build your own. Consider what the target employer is looking for and then write yours accordingly.