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Cashier Analyst (Rotational Shift-Patterns) (6056)

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Type: Full time

CareerFinders, on behalf of our client, a very well-established and expanding company operating in the iGaming sector, we are seeking to recruit an enthusiastic and hard-working candidate for the position of Cashier Analyst to join their team based in Limassol. The successful applicant will be responsible for monitoring incoming financial transactions of customers as well as reviewing electronic verifications and assisting with the identification of possible fraud and suspicious activity. Excellent communication skills in English are a must, both written and spoken. Rotational Shift-Patterns apply for this position, with the latest shift finishing at 02:00am.

Key Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitoring the incoming financial transactions of customers.
  • Review electronic verifications.
  • Request and verify KYC documents.
  • Identify and report possible fraud.
  • Follow AML (Money Laundering) guidelines.
  • Process customers’ payments.

Key Skills/Experience:

  • Fluency in English language at a professional level.
  • Any previous work experience in the iGaming sector will be considered an advantage, but not essential.
  • Ability to work independently and as a part of a team.
  • Ability to work under pressure and meet deadlines.
  • Attention to detail.
  • Computer literate.
  • Trustworthiness.
  • Shift Rotation is Essential – Morning, Middle, Evening and Night shifts.

To apply for this vacancy, please send your CV, along with any covering letter to the reference number CAR6056. Please note that due to the high volumes of applications received only shortlisted applicants will be responded to. By sending us your CV you are giving CareerFinders your consent to be contacted for this and any other suitable vacancies that we believe match your skills and experience. To view our privacy policy, please click

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