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Gaming Operations Inspector

Reporting to the Supervising Gaming Operations Inspector, the Gaming Operations Inspector will: o Monitor and observe table game dealing procedures, payoffs and activities to ensure compliance with procedures, rules and regulations. o Monitor and observe slot machine procedures, payoffs and activities to ensure compliance with internal control procedures, rules, and regulations. o Interact with the public to address complaints. o Observe drop and count functions. o Report discrepancies, violations or possible crimes to management and other appropriate authorities. o Prepare written incident reports that may be used as evidence in court or criminal prosecutions. o Testify at court proceedings as required. o Other functions as assigned by management.
Job Function
Reporting to the Supervising Gaming Operations Inspector, the Gaming Operations Inspector will: o Monitor and observe table game dealing procedures, payoffs and activities to ensure compliance with procedures, rules and regulations. o Monitor and observe slot machine procedures, payoffs and activities to ensure compliance with internal control procedures, rules, and regulations. o Interact with the public to address complaints. o Observe drop and count functions. o Report discrepancies, violations or possible crimes to management and other appropriate authorities. o Prepare written incident reports that may be used as evidence in court or criminal prosecutions. o Testify at court proceedings as required. o Other functions as assigned by management.
Salary Range: From $47773 to $58028 Annually
Minimum Qualification
Three years of experience in a position enforcing gaming regulations, 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: o An associate's degree may substitute for up to one year of the required experience; or o A bachelor's degree may substitute for up to two years of the required experience; or o A specialized associate's degree may substitute for two years of the required experience; or o A 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.

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