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Senior Gaming Operations Inspector

Company: New York State Gaming Commission
Location: Waterloo
Posted on: September 25, 2022

Job Description:

Hiring Salary: $58,661 (with potential to earn up to $70,946) Position Details: This position is non-competitive, permanent, and exists at Del Lago Casino, 1133 Ridge Road, Waterloo, NY 13165 (Seneca County). This is a 24-hour operation and mandatory overtime is required. The available shift is "D" Line - 6:00 PM to 2:00 AM* (Monday/Tuesday days off). *There is inconvenience pay for employees required to work four or more hours between 6:00 PM and 6:00 AM in a regular tour of duty. Essential Employee: Incumbents of these positions are designated as essential employees for agency operations and must report to work as normally scheduled. Essential employees are not covered by directed early departures or state office closures due to inclement weather, holidays, pandemics, etc. Overtime: Mandatory overtime is required. Duties: Reporting to the Supervising Gaming Operations Inspector, the Senior Gaming Operations Inspector will: Monitor and observe table game dealing procedures, payoffs, and activities to ensure compliance with procedures, rules, and regulations.Monitor and observe slot machine procedures, payoffs, and activities to ensure compliance with internal control procedures, rules, and regulations.Monitor and observe Sportsbook procedures, payoffs, and activities to ensure compliance with internal control procedures, rules, and regulations.Conduct Audits of the Internal Controls to ensure compliance with the rules and regulations.Interact with the public to address complaints.Observe drop and count functions.Report discrepancies, violations or possible crimes to management and other appropriate authorities.Prepare written incident reports that may be used as evidence in court or criminal prosecutions.Testify at court proceedings as required.Other functions as assigned by management. Minimum Qualifications: Open to NYS employees with one year of permanent service as a New York State (NYS) Gaming Operations Inspector, Grade 14, OR Four years of experience in a position enforcing gaming regulations where you are primarily monitoring gaming activity between the public and casino staff or involving investigations and the preparation of information and evidence useable in civil litigation or criminal prosecution. Degree substitutions: An associate's degree may substitute for up to one year of the required experience; orA bachelor's degree may substitute for up to two years of the required experience; orA specialized associate's degree* may substitute for two years of the required experience; orA specialized bachelor's degree* may substitute for three years of the required experience *Specialized degrees include Accounting, Forensic Accounting, Forensic Science, Economic Crime Management, Auditing, Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Criminal Justice Administration, Criminal Investigation, Police Studies, Public Justice, Law Enforcement, and Police Science. Note: If you are using the substitution of a degree to qualify, the degree and/or college credit must have been awarded by a regionally accredited college or university or one recognized by the NYS Education Department as following acceptable educational practices. If your degree and/or college credit was awarded by an educational institution outside the United States and its territories, you must provide independent verification of equivalency. The Department of Civil Service has a list of acceptable companies that provide this service. You must pay the required evaluation fee. Additional Information Benefits We offer a comprehensive benefits plan, which includes: Choice of several health insurance plans.Dental and vision insurance.Membership in the New York State Retirement System.Deferred Compensation Investment Plan.13 vacation days per year.13 paid holidays per year.8 sick days per year.5 personal days per year.Tuition reimbursement.Training and development opportunities. Appointment to these positions in State government requires candidates to undergo an investigative screening. This includes a thorough character investigation, a Federal Bureau of Investigation Criminal Record History Check including fingerprinting. The Commission will pay the fee for fingerprinting. All convictions must be disclosed. Depending on the nature of the job, the criminal convictions discovered, or any falsified or omitted information revealed, the investigative findings may bar appointment or result in removal after appointment. Each case is determined on its own merits, consistent with the applicable provisions of state and federal laws. Prior Employment Restrictions: The law that established the Commission (Section 107 of New York's Racing, Pari-Mutuel Wagering and Breeding Law) prohibits any person from being employed by the Commission if, during the period commencing three years prior to employment, such person held any interest in, or employment by, any corporation, association or person engaged in gaming activity with the State. Prohibition against Playing and Wagering: Commission employees and family members residing in their households are prohibited from purchasing Lottery tickets or claiming Lottery prizes. Commission employees are prohibited from wagering upon any horse racing, commercial gaming, video lottery gaming, Indian gaming, charitable gaming activities, interactive fantasy sports, and mobile sports wagering within the State. To avoid any appearance of impropriety of conflict of interest, Commission employees will be prohibited from all aspects of promoting, operating, and playing in any charitable gaming, which includes bingo and games of chance such as raffles, whether the organization conducting the game is required to be licensed by the Commission. The prohibition placed upon each Commission employee from assisting with any charitable gaming does not apply to the employee's family unless the employee thinks it presents a conflict of interest related to his or her job duties. Commission employees must also avoid any outside activities that could interfere or be perceived to interfere with their job duties. Outside Activities and Employment: It is the obligation of every employee of the NYS Gaming Commission to pursue a course of conduct that will not cause public concern as to whether such employee is engaged in activities in conflict with the public trust. It is vital that even the appearance of a conflict of interest be avoided in view of the critical nature of the Commission's responsibilities. In addition, employees should not use Gaming Commission equipment or supplies, or Gaming Commission time to pursue or engage in any such activities. All outside employment and volunteer activities must be approved by the Gaming Commission. Post-Employment Restrictions: Post-employment restrictions apply to all State Officers and Employees subject to Public Officers Law Section 73. They apply to part-time and seasonal employees and apply equally regardless of the duration of employment while with New York State. For the two-year period immediately following separation from State service, former State Officers and Employees are prohibited from: Appearing or practicing, regardless of compensation, before their former agency, andReceiving compensation on behalf of a client in relation to a matter before their former agency. State Officers and Employees may also be subject to a "reverse two-year bar" that requires State officers and employees to recuse themselves from matters involving their former private sector employers for two years after entering State service. The "lifetime bar" prohibits a former State Officer or Employee from providing services, regardless of compensation, and from rendering services for compensation, in relation to any case, proceeding, application or transaction with respect to which the former employee was directly concerned and in which he or she personally participated, or which was under his or her active consideration while in State service. Eligibility for Employment: You must be legally eligible to work in the United States at the time of appointment and throughout your employment with New York State. If appointed, you must produce documents that establish your identity and eligibility to work in the United States, as required by the federal Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986, and the Immigration and Nationality Act. Pursuant to Executive Order 161, no State entity, as defined by the Executive Order, is permitted to ask, or mandate, in any form, that an applicant for employment provide his or her current compensation, or any prior compensation history, until such time as the applicant is extended a conditional offer of employment with compensation. If such information has been requested from you before such time, please contact the Office of Employee Relations at (518) 474-6988 or via email at info@oer.ny.gov. The New York State Gaming Commission is an Equal Employment Opportunity employer committed to excellence and diversity. All qualified candidates are encouraged to apply. How and Where to Apply Email submissions are preferred. Please ensure that your documents are in Microsoft Word or PDF format. We are unable to open documents from Google Docs, Google Drive, OneDrive, and/or "the Cloud". To apply please send your resume and cover letter to human.resources@gaming.ny.gov or fax to 518-388-3368.

Keywords: New York State Gaming Commission, Syracuse , Senior Gaming Operations Inspector, Accounting, Auditing , Waterloo, New York

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