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Washington’s Lottery is Seeking Applicants for the Position of District Sales Representative.

Job Title: District Sales Representative, Federal Way Region

Location: Federal Way Region

Date Posted: 09/20/22

Close Date: 10/04/22

Salary Range: $3,915.00 – $5,136.00 Monthly

Duties

Would you enjoy working independently to strategize and meet sales goals within an assigned territory? Do you like to build and foster meaningful relationships with the public? Would contributing to Washington State beneficiaries through your sales activities be something you find value in?

In this position, you will:

  • Independently work in an assigned geographic territory by promoting lottery sales through direct contact with retailers. Extensive daily travel is required to market Lottery products to retail outlets. Employees will be required to drive a state vehicle in the conduct of official state business.
  • Use customer relationship management software to manage Scratch ticket inventory for each assigned retail location by analyzing individual retailer sales information and trends; determine and maintain the appropriate allocation of product categories and reorder levels to ensure appropriate customization of Scratch ticket orders.
  • Recommend promotional activities specific to individual retailers’ needs. Make recommendations to enhance retailers’ merchandising efforts. Provide and ensure placement of point of sale display materials to retailers and encourage participation in promotional activities.
  • Maximize sales by expanding the number of retailers licensed to sell Lottery products, analyzing/monitoring sales, identifying potential sales barriers and recommending solutions to address the barriers.

Qualifications

We are looking for someone who has:

At least three years of sales experience that includes working with various business types to develop, present, implement and evaluate marketing and sales strategies to reach sales goals. Route service sales that included distributing promotional materials to retailers are desirable.

Experience working at least 20 hours per week for or with a government-operated lottery performing ticket inventory management, generating/interpreting sales and/or retailer reports, and assisting with lottery-related questions may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for up to two years of sales experience.

College-level coursework in business administration or closely related subjects may substitute for sales experience on a year-for-year basis for up to two years of sales experience.

In addition, you should be able to:

  • Manage territory and sales activities to increase sales and maximize the results of activities. Evaluate retailers for sales and growth potential; identify critical business needs/drivers; tailor activities to meet the needs of the organization and the customers.
  • Clearly understand the customer base. Know who the key contacts are, understand their business needs, and relate those needs to product and service offerings.
  • Stay up-to-date with customers’ sales performance and any seasonal trends; identify sales/promotional opportunities, and changing business needs. Know customers and their expectations; anticipate, assess, and quickly respond to changing customer needs.
  • Use customer relationship management software and other available tools/information to analyze product and sales data, including sales inventories, sales patterns, rates of consumption of each type of ticket in view of the number of facings, equipment, price points, and other pertinent factors.
  • Analyze, assess and evaluate current product demand, forecast short-term product needs, and make decisions about the proper size and mix of Scratch ticket orders to formulate a unique ticket order that will ensure the retailer maintains an adequate inventory of instant tickets to meet or exceed sales goals.

Please Note:

  • Employees who are appointed to District Sales Representative positions must maintain a valid driver’s license and submit a driving record that indicates respect for rules and regulations annually.
  • Employees who are appointed to District Sales Representative positions will be expected to reside within a reasonable commute of their assigned territory.
  • This position is included in a bargaining unit represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE).

SALES INCENTIVE PAY:
District Sales Representatives are also eligible to earn incentive pay of up to 5 additional ranges (approximately 12.5%) for the achievement of specific sales goals in excess of normal performance standards which are set by Washington’s Lottery.

How to Apply
1. Go to 
www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, and select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on Lottery District Sales Representative, Federal Way Region
5. Click Apply

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Washington’s Lottery is seeking applicants for the position of District Sales Representative.

Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: District Sales Representative, Yakima and Benton Counties

Location: Yakima and Benton Counties (territory covered), Washington

Date Posted: 09/19/22

Close Date: 10/03/22

Salary Range: $3,915.00 – $5,136.00 Monthly

Duties

Would you enjoy working independently to strategize and meet sales goals within an assigned territory? Do you like to build and foster meaningful relationships with the public? Would contributing to Washington State beneficiaries through your sales activities be something you find value in?

In this position, you will:

  • Independently work in an assigned geographic territory by promoting lottery sales through direct contact with retailers. Extensive daily travel is required to market Lottery products to retail outlets. Employees will be required to drive a state vehicle in the conduct of official state business.
  • Use customer relationship management software to manage Scratch ticket inventory for each assigned retail location by analyzing individual retailer sales information and trends; determine and maintain the appropriate allocation of product categories and reorder levels to ensure appropriate customization of Scratch ticket orders.
  • Recommend promotional activities specific to individual retailers’ needs. Make recommendations to enhance retailers’ merchandising efforts. Provide and ensure placement of point of sale display materials to retailers and encourage participation in promotional activities.
  • Maximize sales by expanding the number of retailers licensed to sell Lottery products, analyzing/monitoring sales, identifying potential sales barriers and recommending solutions to address the barriers.

Qualifications

We are looking for someone who has:

At least three years of sales experience that includes working with various business types to develop, present, implement and evaluate marketing and sales strategies to reach sales goals. Route service sales that included distributing promotional materials to retailers is desirable.

Experience working at least 20 hours per week for or with a government-operated lottery performing ticket inventory management, generating/interpreting sales and/or retailer reports, and assisting with lottery-related questions may be substituted on a year-for-year basis for up to two years of sales experience.

College-level coursework in business administration or closely related subjects may substitute for sales experience on a year-for-year basis for up to two years of sales experience.

In addition, you should be able to:

  • Manage territory and sales activities to increase sales and maximize the results of activities. Evaluate retailers for sales and growth potential; identify critical business needs/drivers; tailor activities to meet the needs of the organization and the customers.
  • Clearly understand the customer base. Know who the key contacts are, understand their business needs, and relate those needs to product and service offerings.
  • Stay up-to-date with customers’ sales performance and any seasonal trends; identify sales/promotional opportunities; and changing business needs. Know customers and their expectations; anticipate, assess and quickly respond to changing customer needs.
  • Use customer relationship management software and other available tools/information to analyze product and sales data, including sales inventories, sales patterns, rates of consumption of each type of ticket in view of the number of facings, equipment, price points, and other pertinent factors.
  • Analyze, assess and evaluate current product demand, forecast short-term product needs, and make decisions about the proper size and mix of Scratch ticket orders to formulate a unique ticket order that will ensure the retailer maintains an adequate inventory of instant tickets to meet or exceed sales goals.

Please Note:

  • Employees who are appointed to District Sales Representative positions must maintain a valid driver’s license and submit a driving record that indicates respect for rules and regulations annually.
  • Employees who are appointed to District Sales Representative positions will be expected to reside within a reasonable commute of their assigned territory.
  • This position is included in a bargaining unit represented by the Washington Federation of State Employees (WFSE).

SALES INCENTIVE PAY:
District Sales Representatives are also eligible to earn incentive pay of up to 5 additional ranges (approximately 12.5%) for the achievement of specific sales goals in excess of normal performance standards which are set by Washington’s Lottery.

How to Apply
1. Go to 
www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, and select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on Lottery District Sales Representative, Yakima & Benton Counties
5. Click Apply

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North Carolina Education Lottery is Seeking Applicants for the Position of Advertising Manager.

Title: Advertising Manager

Job Number: 65011722

Location: Raleigh, NC.

Hiring Rate:  $86,935 (this exempt position will be filled at or near the posted salary)

Posting Date: September 15, 2022

Closing Date:  September 25, 2022

NOTE: This position is eligible for part-time telework

Your account manager experience in a full-service ad agency makes you uniquely qualified to manage the multi-channel advertising program for this $3.9 billion mission-driven organization. You are energetic and passionate, which is important in this fast-paced, production-driven environment. Not only do you have outstanding organizational and project management skills, but you also have a knack for spotting creative concepts that don’t work, being able to articulate why, and offering suggestions to get creative back on track. Your experience and enthusiasm go a long way toward facilitating cooperation because you understand that time is money. This role supervises a support position.

You will enjoy exposure to all media channels, with many TV productions. Our product is a fun, household name where all the proceeds go toward supporting education in North Carolina. The North Carolina Education Lottery is a rising star in a stable, growing industry. Join this fun and hard-driving team and learn from the best.

Responsibilities:

  • Help develop creative and strategic direction for advertising campaigns for instant and draw games, brand and beneficiary messaging and promotional efforts, communicating direction verbally and through detailed briefs.
  • Direct advertising activities internally and Monitor projects and deadlines.
  • Assist ad agency creative development and production efforts for TV, radio, print, and digital/social ads. Work collaboratively during TV pre-production meetings and shoots, casting, callbacks and
  • Manage multiple draw station agreements, including production of daily show and its
  • Review media buys and media strategy recommendations, including budgets by media channel, initiative, and product.
  • Assist with monitoring online and social
  • Manage advertising

Requirements:

  • Five + years of marketing or advertising
  • Knowledge of creative development processes for ad
  • General knowledge of pre-production and post-production protocol for
  • General knowledge of media planning and purchasing
  • Strong verbal communication skills for creative
  • Creative writing
  • Ability to proof creative deliverables, including visual art and
  • Overnight travel

About the North Carolina Education Lottery

We raise money for a great cause! All of the earnings of the North Carolina Education Lottery go to education. We award on average $4.5 million a day in prizes. To learn more, visit our website www.nclottery.com.

At the North Carolina Education Lottery, we deal with winners every day: our employees! We offer competitive pay and benefits, flexible schedules, professional development opportunities, casual attire, open communication, and a fun work environment.

All employees of the Lottery are expected to support the organization values (honesty, respect, integrity, and trust) and its commitment to corporate social responsibility (including responsible gaming, environmental awareness, community involvement, etc).

Apply in minutes! Get started by uploading your resume. Click here for our Careers Page.

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Washington’s Lottery is seeking applicants for the position of Regional Sales Manager (Yakima & Tri-Cities).

 

Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: Regional Sales Manager (Yakima & Tri-Cities)

Location: Yakima and Tri-Cities, Washington

Date Posted: 09/09/22

Close Date: 09/20/22

Salary Range: $4,802.00 – $7,221.00 Monthly

Duties

If you are an experienced sales manager who is passionate about leading a highly effective team as they drive sales to support vital state programs, and if you can see yourself providing life-changing customer experiences, becoming Lottery’s next Regional Sales Manager may be the job for you!
 
About the job:
Washington’s Lottery is seeking an experienced sales manager to lead its Yakima/Tri-Cities region. The region extends from the Wenatchee area down through Ellensburg, Yakima, and the Tri-Cities to Walla Walla. Four outside sales representatives work with approximately 450 retailers in the region to market Lottery products to meet or exceed the region’s sales goals. This position currently manages six employees, including four sales representatives and two office support staff, and reports to the Assistant Director of Sales. This position is responsible for the security, marketing, merchandising, and sales of Lottery products in the Yakima Region.

In this role, one of your first goals will be to help facilitate moving our regional office from Yakima to the Tri-Cities, and once there, establish Lottery’s presence in the area.

Your primary duties will be:

  • Manage a regional office to include staff, ticket inventory and security, and prize payments.
  • Support staff growth and development through performance management, coaching, and mentoring, as well as counseling as needed.
  • Monitor sales and revenue generated in the region, analyzing retailer data and sales trends to guide marketing and sales activities to maximize sales.
  • Maintain regional knowledge by visiting retailers, either alone or with the sales staff, to assess the effectiveness of point of sale materials and general sales activities, as well as ensure responsibilities and assignments of sales staff are being carried out.
  • Partner with Marketing staff to ensure regional sports, events and venue sponsorships are planned, set up, staffed, and executed.

Qualifications

We are looking for someone who has at least eight years of sales experience. The preferred candidate will have two or more years supervising the activities of others. Previous experience in establishing sales goals, analyzing sales data, and implementing marketing programs is preferred, and prior consumer packaged goods and/or route sales experience is valuable.

A Bachelor’s degree in business administration, public administration, marketing, or closely allied field may substitute for sales experience on a year-for-year basis.

And the following Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

  • Excellent leadership skills, including the ability to clearly communicate the agency’s vision, missions, and goals; the ability to provide guidance and direction to subordinates, including setting goals and expectations, and monitoring performance. Ability to promote teamwork to accomplish tasks.
  • Skilled at supervising or leading, including interviewing; hiring; assigning and directing work; setting expectations; instructing, coaching, and identifying training needs; and the ability to actively monitor employees’ progress and performance and provide honest, timely feedback.
  • Able to learn, use, and coach staff on the proper use of applications, tools and equipment provided to enhance the performance of sales staff, such as tablet computers, customer relationship management software, and Lottery-specific retailer information systems.
  • Self-starter who sets aggressive plans and gets results. Strong ability to act quickly to allow the agency to take advantage of unexpected or short-lived marketing and sales opportunities.
  • Demonstrated understanding of key selling techniques and how to motivate a sales force for maximum performance. Understands the principles of marketing and sales and how to apply marketing and sales concepts and strategies.
  • Excellent communications skills, including the ability to facilitate meetings, make presentations that engage listeners and create an environment for open discussion, and the ability to use active listening skills. Ability to promote effective staff communications and foster a positive work environment.
  • Ability to work independently, under pressure, to organize and prioritize workloads so as to keep several projects progressing to completion simultaneously with little or no direction; ability to weigh options, foresee consequences, and employ good judgment.

Special Requirements/Conditions of Employment

  • Maintain an awareness that Lottery products may contribute to unhealthy behaviors related to gambling. Understand your responsibility to be aware of problem gambling signs and symptoms, and respond professionally and respectfully according to the training provided by Washington’s Lottery whenever you are contacted by an individual who expresses concerns about potential problem gambling behaviors.
  • Willing and able to undergo a background check, including fingerprinting.
  • Inherently related to all of the duties is the use of discretion, confidentiality, and integrity in all matters.

How to Apply
1. Go to 
www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, and select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on Regional Sales Manager
5. Click Apply

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Washington’s Lottery is seeking applicants for the position of Accounts Payable Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 2).

Organization: Washington’s Lottery
Job Title: Accounts Payable Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 2)
Location: Olympia, Washington
Date Posted: 09/07/22
Close Date: 09/21/22
Salary Range: $3,558.00 – $4,656.00 Monthly

Duties
Do you enjoy working with numbers? Do you thrive in a collaborative team environment, but are able to excel when working independently too? If all this sounds like you, and you’re interested in working in the field of accounting, this may be the job for you!

The Accounts Payable Analyst provides financial support for the agency by maximizing revenue to the State by providing timely and accurate vendor payments, taking advantage of discounts, and avoiding late fees or interest charges. This position serves both internal and external customers.

The Accounts Payable Analyst performs duties such as:

• Auditing, reviewing and preparing payments and vouchers for vendors.
• Resolving discrepancies and making corrections to ensure compliance with contracts, regulations, and policies.
• Filing monthly use tax report with the Department of Revenue.
• Analyzing and interpreting accounting transactions and creating journal vouchers.
• Researching and providing interpretation and explanation for inquires regarding billings.
• Preparing month, year, and biennium end entries for accounts payable documents.
• Advising and training Lottery staff regarding vendor payment and travel questions.
• Receiving cash and checks from internal customers and identifying proper account and budget coding.
• Serving as a backup for processing travel expenses.
• Preparing documents for Mega Millions and Powerball cash transfers.
• Monthly reconciliation of advertising budget.

Qualifications
We are looking for someone who has at least three years of professional accounting or finance experience that includes one or more of the following:

• Applying accounting principles and guidelines to accounting activities.
• Experience retrieving data from financial reporting systems, analyzing accounts and various reports, and making account adjustments.
• Analyzing and interpreting financial reports and records to ensure accuracy.
• Government accounting experience, including AFRS, Enterprise Reporting, Web Intelligence, and applying SAAM guidelines.
• Experience processing large quantities of fiscal data with consistency, accuracy, and efficiency.

OR

A Bachelor’s degree in Accounting, Business Administration, or closely allied field which includes the successful completion of 12 Quarter hours (or semester hour equivalent) college-level coursework in accounting, auditing, budgeting, or finance AND one (1) year or more (full-time equivalency) of experience in accounting, auditing, budgeting, finance, or related program management field.

How to Apply1. Go to www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on Accounts Payable Analyst
5. Click Apply

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Washington’s Lottery is Seeking Applicants for the Position of Helpdesk Lead (IT Customer Support Senior/Specialist).

Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: Helpdesk Lead (IT Customer Support Senior/Specialist)

Location: Olympia, Washington

Date Posted: 09/07/22

Close Date: 09/20/22

Salary Range: $6,354.00 – $8,336.00 Monthly

Duties: Are you a seasoned Helpdesk person who can communicate with non-technical staff in their language? Do you like coaching and mentoring others? Would you like to design a new ticketing system and see it through the implementation and maintenance? If you said YES to all these, please apply now. You will help lead a dynamic helpdesk team and assist the Supervisor in improving escalation procedures, working in conjunction with the engineering team. You will be able to coach and mentor others without the added responsibility of supervisory tasks. You will be able to see the impact of your job often and close up unlike in bigger organizations where you are part of only a specific portion of the operation.

In this newly established role, you will have the opportunity to:

  • Administer the Ticketing System, creating automated workflows, routing and responses for tickets
  • Design and Implement our chosen ITSM (IT Service Management) platform using ITIL (Information Technology Infrastructure Library) methodology
  • Manage communications between IS staff in Technical Support, Developers, QA, vendors and the rest of the agency.
  • Train other support staff on Tier 1 and 2 ticket handling, basic troubleshooting techniques and ITIL methodology
  • Resolve Tier 3 tickets

QUALIFICATIONS:

We are looking for a candidate who has:

• Eight years of information technology experience such as analyzing, designing, installing and/or maintaining computer software applications, hardware, telecommunications, network equipment and providing customer or technical support in information technology
• Four years of ITIL practical experience within above information technology experience
The best-qualified candidates will also possess:
• Bachelor’s degree in computer science, IT administration or related field
• ITIL Certification
Education may be substituted for up to 4 years of experience.

How to Apply
1. Go to www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, and select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on HELPDESK LEAD (IT CUSTOMER SUPPORT – SENIOR/SPECIALIST)
5. Click Apply

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Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: IT Application Development – Senior/Specialist

Location: Olympia, Washington

Date Posted: 09/01/22

Close Date: Continuous

Salary Range: $7,354.00 – $9,652.00 Monthly

Duties

Do you like getting involved with all aspects of the software development lifecycle? Do you like coaching and mentoring others? If so, apply today to become part of our dynamic Software Development unit!  You will work with four journey-level developers and one Database Administrator supporting the Applications Supervisor. You will be able to coach and mentor other developers without the added responsibility of supervisory tasks. You will be part of the modernization this team is gearing up to achieve in the coming years. You will be able to see the impact of your job often and close enough unlike in bigger organizations where you are part of only a specific portion of the operation.

In this newly established role, you will have the opportunity to:

  • serve as a partner/lead to other agency developers to help solve problems and keep the work moving forward.
  • work independently on a variety of platforms, including .Net, SQL Server and Windows, which produce a variety of deliverables including applications, reports, user interfaces, scripts, and scheduled tasks.
  • Share responsibility with other IT employees to establish and adhere to software development standards and to create and maintain system documentation.
  • learn Lottery fundamentals to effectively interface/utilize data from our vendor-supplied gaming system.

Click here for a complete list of duties, qualifications, etc.

How to Apply:

1. Go to www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, and select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on IT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT – SENIOR/SPECIALIST
5. Click Apply

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Organization: Wisconsin Lottery

Department: Wisconsin Department of Revenue

Job Title: Field Marketing Representative – Wisconsin Lottery (Racine, Milwaukee,
Waukesha, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties)

Job Number: 7380

Location: Kenosha County; Milwaukee County; Racine County; Walworth County; Waukesha
County;Kenosha; Racine;Elkhorn; Waukesha

Date Posted: August 26, 2022

Close Date: September 8, 2022.

Salary Range: Salary for the Lottery Services Specialist (LSS) position (schedule-range 07-04) is $39,666 to $63,395 annually ($19.07 to $31.44 hourly); and the LSS-Senior (07-03) is $51,626 to $74,256 annually ($24.82 to $35.70 hourly), depending on qualifications, plus excellent benefits. Current state employees pay will be based on the provisions in the Compensation Plan. A twelve-month probationary period is required.

Details: The Wisconsin Lottery, a division of the Wisconsin Department of Revenue, is seeking an energetic sales professional with excellent communication skills to join our team.
Our Field Marketing Representatives (FMRs) manage a wide variety of sales functions associated with developing and servicing lottery retail accounts. They will travel to customer locations daily and visit all regional retailer locations (e.g. convenience stores, grocery stores, etc.) on an assigned basis, using a state fleet vehicle whenever possible. FMRs will also establish and achieve sales goals and objectives and provide the retailer with a business plan and assistance to meet those goals for all product categories.
The positions are home-based. We currently have two FMR vacancies that we are filling in the
following territories: 1) Racine, Milwaukee, and Waukesha; and 2) Kenosha, Racine, and
Walworth. Lottery requests at the time of hire that their FMR employees live/reside in a county
located within their assigned territory (such as one of the counties listed above), for a range of
reasons, including ensuring the safety of the state fleet vehicle, the security of the Lottery products they are transporting, etc.
For more information about the Wisconsin Lottery, an over 900 million-dollar-a-year business,
visit wilottery.com. For more information about DOR, visit our website at
http://www.revenue.wi.gov/.

Enjoy robust benefits.
Working for Wisconsin State Government has many advantages including a comprehensive state benefits package. Go to “Paid Leave” to learn more, which includes information as a state employee you will receive nine paid holidays, 4.5 days of personal holiday, sick leave (five hours per bi-weekly pay period), and vacation leave (over 100+ hours annually).

Position Summary
Job Title Field Marketing Representative – Wisconsin Lottery (Racine, Milwaukee, Waukesha, Kenosha, and Walworth Counties)

Regular/Temporary Regular
We will be filling this position at the Lottery Services Specialist (LSS) or the LSS-Senior level
depending on the qualifications of the selected candidate.
For a complete copy of the position descriptions, click on the following links: Lottery Services
Specialist (LSS) and LSS-Senior.

Special Requirements:
Valid Driver’s License/Travel: This position requires a valid driver’s license, and must qualify to drive a state fleet vehicle, to be able to travel to customer locations daily. Some overnight travel is required.
Lifting: This position requires the ability to lift up to 40 pounds from the floor to a table, or cart during a sales presentation with or without assistance.

How to Apply: Click Here to download the Department of Revenue Job Offer.

Questions can be directed to Linda Weber at Lindas.Weber@wisconsin.gov or 608-261-7687.

The State of Wisconsin is an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action employer seeking a diverse and talented workforce.

Deadline to Apply:

The application deadline is 11:59 pm CST on September 8, 2022.

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Washington’s Lottery is Seeking Applicants for the Position of Regional Sales Manager, Located in Yakima, Washington.

Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: Regional Sales Manager

Location: Kennewick, Washington

Date Posted: 08/11/22

Close Date: 08/31/22

Salary Range: $4,802.00 – $7,221.00 Monthly

*This office is currently located in Yakima, but it is planned to be relocated to the Tri-Cities area within the next 9-12 months. The ideal candidate will be willing to work in both locations and oversee the selection and renovation of a new location, as well as manage the office move.

*While some telework may be available, the major part of the work is expected to be done in person due to the nature of the position.

Duties

Are you a highly motivated individual who welcomes challenges? Would you like to be a part of a highly effective team that drives sales to support vital state programs? Do you enjoy coaching and mentoring others? Do love the dynamic of the sales industry but also want some work-life balance? If this sounds appealing to you, apply now!

You will be able to create your region’s plan to meet goals and lead your regional staff to meet that goal, coaching and mentoring them. You have your own office to plan and strategize but also be able to go out to the field to meet retailers and feel the current market. You will have an assigned state vehicle. You will be able to work to your full potential but will still have the energy left to enjoy your personal life outside of work.

This position reports to the Assistant Director of Sales and is responsible for the security, marketing, merchandising, and sales of Lottery products in the Yakima Region.

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Department: Pennsylvania State Lottery, Research Division

Job Title: Lottery Research Analyst 3

Job Number: N-2022-22247

Location: Harrisburg, Pennsylvania, 17120

Date Posted: August 6, 2022

Close Date: August 14, 2022

Salary Range: Competitive salary

Details: In this role, you will support the Research Division at the Pennsylvania Lottery in all functions including sales analysis, sales and revenue forecasting, complex data mining and modelling, and design and reporting of quantitative and qualitative research projects.

We value comprehensive training and personal development to help you grow and see your goals become a reality.

Interested in learning more? Additional details regarding this position can be found in the position description.

How to Apply:

  • Resumes, cover letters, and similar documents will not be reviewed, and the information contained therein will not be considered for the purposes of determining your eligibility for the position. Information to support your eligibility for the position must be provided on the application (i.e., relevant, detailed experience/education).
  • If you are claiming education in your answers to the supplemental application questions, you must attach a copy of your college transcripts for your claim to be accepted toward meeting the minimum requirements. Unofficial transcripts are acceptable.
  • Failure to comply with the above application requirements may eliminate you from consideration for this position.  
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Job Title: Accounts Receivable Analyst (Fiscal Analyst 3)

Location: Olympia, Washington

Date Posted: 08/04/22

Close Date: 08/18/22

Salary Range: $4,117.00 – $5,399.00 Monthly

*While this position has the potential for telework, it will require some in-person work on a regular basis at Headquarters in Olympia.

Duties

Do you enjoy working with numbers? Do you thrive in a collaborative team environment, but are able to excel when working independently too? If all this sounds like you, and you’re interested in working in the field of accounting, this may be the job for you!

The Accounts Receivable Analyst provides financial support for the agency. This position performs various duties pertaining to financial documentation, reconciliation and provides administrative support for internal customers as well as external customers.

The Accounts Receivable Analyst performs duties such as:

  • Compiling and interpreting information from system-generated reports to assist retailers and to provide information to others in the agency.
  • Providing proper Agency Financial Reporting System (AFRS) transaction codes and related budget information for Journal Voucher preparation
  • Analyzing and interpreting complex accounting transactions from the Washington’s Lottery gaming system
  • Reconciling sales activities between the Washington’s Lottery gaming system and bank deposits

How to Apply

1. Go to www.careers.wa.gov
2. Click Look for Jobs
3. Click on Filter, then Department, select Washington’s Lottery
4. Click on Accounts Receivable Analyst
5. Click Apply

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The Terminal Generated Games Product Manager/Director manages the day-to-day business of terminal generated games, including draw games, monitor games and Fast Play instant games and provides project management leadership in the collaborative effort required to maintain and define current draw game portfolio.  Launches new draw games to provide optimum sales and profit results.  Provides data-based leadership, manages product objectives/strategies, and manages daily/monthly activities of the portfolio. Creates and monitors product execution and development schedules to ensure timelines are met.  Provides leadership to internal and external sources to ensure product strategies are met.

*This position will be filled at a manager or director level depending on the experience and skill level of the selected candidate.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Product expert for the Terminal Generated Game portfolio by effectively tracking data, developing and monitoring key metrics to measure performance and maximizing sales.  Monitors actual sales performance against annual fiscal year quota/forecast for each draw game as a means of tracking and regular reporting. Serves on the sales forecasting committee to establish annual sales projections by game.
  • Acts as point of contact in the organization for all Terminal Generated Game issue resolution and expertise.  Responsibilities include management of traditional draw games (Pick 3, Pick 4), partnered draw games (Powerball, Mega Millions), monitor draw games (Keno, Cash Pop), and instant-online games (Fast Play).
  • Leads the development of short- and long-term strategies for the Terminal Generated Game Portfolio and maintains the strongest games and game mixes within the portfolio including the development of game add-ons/features and new games.
  • Responsible for the management of the Fast Play game portfolio, including strategic roadmap development, sales tracking by game, and monitoring rolling jackpot performance. Works with gaming vendor to develop individual ticket artwork and working papers, as well as assists with KLC customer acceptance testing and game rule development.
  • Responsible for understanding player behavior, market dynamics and industry trends in order to participate in product development and strategic planning to maximize sales and profits.
  • Works closely with Director Market Research Strategies and draw game vendor(s) to ensure game parameters meet sales and profits goals.
  • Assists VP of Marketing in the development of marketing, promotion, and advertising strategies as well as execution of terminal generated game products to meet strategic business goals and objectives.
  • Manages the scheduling and creative direction for the shows on counter monitors and on all touch vending machines.
  • Participates in new product development activities by collaborating with cross-functional areas such as Sales, Technology, Research, Finance and gaming vendor to lead new game launches for introduction in market.  Assumes front-line responsibility for keeping the project on track and coordinating efforts with the gaming vendor and other departments within the KLC.
  • Utilizes objectives and strategies from the Strategic Business Plan for terminal-generated games.
  • Works with Promotions Manager to assist in development of promotions and merchandising materials designed to profitably increase sales.
  • Responsible for the dispenser, play center, and permanent signage budgets. Works with State Sales Coordinator to ensure orders remain within budget. Works with the Purchasing Department to establish new contracts and contract renewals.
  • Works effectively with cross functional teams to ensure good communication, out-of-the-box thinking and cohesiveness within a team environment.

KNOWLEDGE/SKILLS/ABILITIES

  • Bachelor’s degree in Business, Marketing, or related field required; related experience may be substituted in lieu of a degree.
  • Minimum 5 years’ marketing/product experience.
  • Minimum 2-3 years’ lottery experience a plus.
  • Proficiency with computer software such as Excel, Word, and PowerPoint.
  • Must be self-motivated and able to work within tight deadlines.
  • Must possess strategic thinking skills with the ability to understand, formulate, and execute strategy to meet both short-term and long-term objectives.
  • Demonstrated ability to monitor, track, and report product and marketing tool performance and develop recommendations to maximize sales and profitability.
  • Proven ability to work independently, yet thrive in a team environment, including ability to motivate and lead cross-functional teams without direct-line responsibility.
  • General working knowledge of a variety of corporate functions including information technology, market research, sales, and ad agency preferred.
  • Ability and willingness to handle multiple projects on a day-to-day basis.  Must be extremely organized, thorough, and detail oriented.
  • Ability to seek out and analyze information from various data sources and systems.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills required.

Additional Requirements for Director Level

  • Minimum 5-7 years’ marketing/product experience required.
  • Minimum 2- 3 years’ lottery experience required.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES

This position has no supervisory responsibilities.

WORKING CONDITIONS

  • Office environment/hybrid according to KLC policies
  • Travel: 10% or less

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Ability to lift up to 40 lbs.: Occasionally
  • Standing or sitting: Continuous
  • Moving: Frequent
  • Reaching, writing, fingering, typing: Continuous
  • Talking and hearing: Continuous
  • Seeing: Must be able to read reports and use a computer: Continuous
  • Sit for long periods of time: Continuous

BENEFITS

We offer a comprehensive employee benefits package including medical, dental, vision, wellness program, health savings account, flexible spending accounts, company paid life insurance, supplemental life insurance, company paid short-term and long-term disability, voluntary benefit plans, generous paid time off plans, retirement plans – including 401(k), 457(b), IRAs, and a money purchase retirement plan in which the company contributes a portion of your base pay.

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Chief of Compliance and Enforcement

$98,177.00 – $126,506.00

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO) whose mission is to enhance the fiscal and financial stability, accountability and integrity of the Government of the District of Columbia is in search of a Chief of Compliance and Enforcement. This position is located in the Office of the Chief Financial Officer (OCFO), Office of Lottery and Gaming (OLG), Security, Licensing & Charitable Games Division. The incumbent provides supervisory direction in the enforcement of lottery rules and procedures and in the execution and enforcement of all licensing requirements and charitable games licensing programs.

Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Managing the investigative work of Lottery Investigators.
  • Managing and ensuring physical building security as well as systems security resources.
  • Supervising the licensing of local businesses and local charities.
  • Maintaining a regular and comprehensive program of inspection of agent locations to assure compliance with regulations.
  • Recommending approval or denial of licenses based on analyses of application/renewal information provided by applicants.

Minimum Qualifications

Five (5) years of progressive experience performing duties and responsibilities such as planning and conducting investigations; providing oversight of security operations; ensuring compliance with applicable laws and regulatory guidelines as it pertains to licensing processes and procedures; and at least one year of supervisory experience or providing guidance to lower-level staff.

For initial review, please submit your resume via email to Sandra.Zuniga@dc.gov or directly to the Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resources Division, located at 1101 4th Street, SW, Suite W220, Washington, DC 20024 attention Sandra Zuniga.

Vaccination requirement: The Office of the Chief Financial Officer values the safety of our employees, our residents, and our visitors. In support of these values, if you are selected for this job you must be fully vaccinated against COVID-19, except when vaccination is not medically advised or violates your sincerely held religious beliefs. If you are invited to join our team, you must submit proof that you are fully vaccinated against COVID-19 to your initial HR representative, or you must request an exemption from your representative. New employees must either provide proof of vaccination or be granted a medical or religious exemption before working with the Office of the Chief Financial Officer.

To complete an application or for additional details related to this vacancy, please visit www.cfo.dc.gov  and reference announcement number: 22-AD-DCLB-0005

The OCFO offers a competitive salary and benefits package including medical, dental, retirement, and educational assistance.

The Office of the Chief Financial Officer is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

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Organization: Washington’s Lottery

Job Title: IT Application Development – Senior/Specialist.

Location: Olympia, Washington

Date Posted: 01/14/22

Close Date: Open until filled

Salary Range: $7,123.00 – $9,348.00 Monthly

Details: The position is responsible for all aspects of the systems development lifecycle, including gathering business requirements, designing solutions, development, unit testing, deployment of solutions and on-going maintenance. These systems support business operations and the agency’s mission. The position works in a team of four journey-level developers and one Database Administrator supporting the Applications Supervisor in Software Development unit. The unit is part of Information Services Division which also includes QC, and Tech Support.

How to Apply

  1. Go towww.careers.wa.gov
  2. Click Look for Jobs
  3. Click on Filter, then Department, select Washington’s Lottery
  4. Click on IT APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT – SENIOR/SPECIALIST
  5. Click Apply

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