The Maryland Lottery and Gaming Control Agency is Seeking a Director
of Corporate Sales
Position Title: Program Manager II -
Director of Corporate Sales
Department: Maryland Lottery and
Gaming Control Agency
Date Opened: 11/28/2016 11:59:00
Filing Deadline: 12/28/2016 11:59:00
Salary: $56,743.00 -
Employment Type: Full-Time
HR Analyst: Nathan Warfield
Work Location: Baltimore City
Lottery & Gaming (ML&G) seeks a Director of Corporate Sales to lead the
statewide Corporate Account Management Program. Our Corporate Accounts include
more than 40 national, regional and local multi-store retail chain accounts
generating over $450 million in annual sales. The Director of Corporate Sales
will lead account planning and development, resource allocation, and program
implementation. The position will coordinate all corporate account activities
between Sales management, Lottery field sales, Marketing, Lottery executive
leadership, required vendors, and other Lottery departments as needed.
MAIN PURPOSE OF JOB: The
Director of Corporate Sales provides employee leadership, management, coaching,
guidance and employee development, assigning and allocating accounts for two
(2) Corporate Account Managers while managing their own assigned corporate
accounts. The incumbent will work with the Director of Analysis & Reporting
performing ongoing analysis of corporate sales and operations to identify
opportunities within existing accounts; develop plans, proposals, promotions,
incentives and operational programs including sales and non-sales objectives;
present to sales and lottery leadership, and key corporate accounts, for
approval; implement state-wide programs and monitor performance. The incumbent
will also be responsible for attaining revenue, program and product goals for
assigned accounts and will report to Managing Director, Chief Revenue
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SOURCE: Maryland Lottery and Gaming
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation is Seeking to Recruit a Human
TITLE: Human Resources
SALARY: Commensurate with
OPENING DATE: November 7,
CLOSING DATE: November 21,
2016, but will be considered until the position is filled.
DETAILS: The Connecticut
Lottery Corporation, a quasi-public entity with over one billion dollars in
annual sales, is currently recruiting for a Human Resources Specialist. Under
the direction of the Director of Human Resources, independently performs a full
range of professional duties relating to human resources management. Various
areas of responsibility include payroll, benefits administration, recruitment,
onboarding, retirement, training and development and the maintenance of human
resource systems. May supervise paraprofessional and clerical employees as
Duties include the following:
Prepares, calculates and balances payroll bi-weekly. Ensures compliance with
State and Federal labor laws including FMLA, OSHA, Workers Compensation, FLSA,
IRS and administers programs. Coordinates health, life and disability insurance
enrollments, administers programs, and communicates with service providers.
Administers recruitment process in accordance with State statutes and
applicable collective bargaining agreements. Conducts turnover analysis and
forecasts for the human resources function using analytics and metrics.
Overseas and maintains employee handbook. Prepares retirement and separation
packets, including accurate calculations, unemployment and COBRA notices.
Interprets collective bargaining agreements and advises supervisors on contract
interpretation and employee discipline. Oversees training needs and conducts
training. Counsels employees on a variety of issues affecting their employment
including transfer, career development, the employee assistance program;
employment procedures, layoffs, retirement, etc. Oversees performance
evaluation process to ensure evaluations are conducted, reviewed and returned
to personnel files. Procures temporary employees when required. Maintains the
transportation and vehicle maintenance program. Prepares a wide variety of
correspondence, memorandums, letters, reports, charts, graphs and forms.
Qualified candidates must possess
the following combination of knowledge and experience: An Associates
degree in human resource management or business management or closely related
field with a minimum of five (5) years of experience in Human Resources.
Experience in a collective bargaining environment a plus. Bachelors
degree or SHRM or comparable certification preferred.
Considerable knowledge of and
experience interpreting and applying state and federal employment laws,
statutes and regulations, policies, and labor contract provisions; demonstrated
analytical and problem-solving ability; excellent written and oral
communication skills; strong interpersonal skills; proven attention-to-detail
and strong organizational skills; expert computer skills. Proficient in
mathematical calculations, using fractions, percentages, and ratios. Experience
with forecasting, analytics, and metrics preferred.
Interested candidates must submit a
completed CLC application, available at: www.ctlottery.org, along with a cover
letter, writing sample, resume, and salary requirements to:
Connecticut Lottery Corporation
777 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT
Fax to (860) 713-2670; or e-mail to
CLC applications should be submitted
by November 21, 2016, but will be considered until the position is filled.
Offer of employment is subject to
licensing and other applicable policies.
The Connecticut Lottery Corporation
is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer and strongly encourages the
applications of women, minorities and persons with disabilities.
This position is Open to the
Vermont Lottery Seeks Executive Director
VERMONT (November 3, 2016) -- We are
in search of a creative and strategic thinker to provide responsible leadership
to the team at the Vermont Lottery. The preferred candidate will have a
demonstrated track record of collaborative and inclusive leadership in
operational planning and execution and will have practical experience in
marketing, budgeting, public relations, compliance management and community
relations. The Executive Director will coordinate the efforts of a diverse
support and oversight team comprised of staff, vendors, retailers, associations
and government agencies. The Vermont Lottery generates over $120 million
annually in sales with profits supporting the Vermont Education Fund, while
strongly communicating the importance of responsible gaming. The Executive
Director is appointed by the Vermont Lottery Commission and serves at its
discretion as an employee of the State of Vermont. Two prior directors served
for 13 years and 4 years respectively.
The Vermont Lottery is seeking
a dynamic leader to serve as Executive Director of the team responsible for
carrying out lottery operations.
The right candidate will possess
a variety of skills including:
- Creative, collaborative and inclusive leadership
- Critical and strategic thinker
- Excellent communication skills
- Sales and marketing knowledge
- Accounting, finance and budgeting abilities
- Staff supervision and leadership skills
- Compliance management
- Public speaking
- Public relations
- Ability to work within the structure of a state
The Executive Director oversees
and is responsible for:
- Strategic and operational responsibilities for
programs and product growth
- Execution of the Lotterys Mission.
- Budget preparation and implementation
- Directing, supervising and evaluating staff
- Relationship management of vendors, industry
associations, advertising agencies and public relations
- Core programs, operations and business
- Providing testimony before the appropriate House
and Senate committees as necessary
Commensurate with experience:
$85,154 - $106,443
Mission and Governance:
The Vermont Lottery remains
committed to contributing all proceeds to the Education Fund, while also
strongly communicating the importance of responsible gaming.
The Lottery has been a successful
enterprise for almost 40 years with annual gross sales of $120 million and net
profits dedicated to the Vermont Education Fund. The operating budget is
approximately $3 million and there are 21 full time employees.
The lottery has a five member
commission appointed by the Governor that is responsible for all activities.
The Executive Director is appointed by the Commission and serves at its
discretion. Two previous E.D.s served for 13 and 4 years respectively.
The Executive Director is
responsible for ensuring compliance with rules and regulations governing the
Lottery, its national counterparts and cooperators.
The Executive Director serves as a
liaison to the Vermont public, Vermont Legislature and media.
- Education: BS or BA degree in
business administration or equally relevant discipline is required.
- Experience: Minimum of 5 years of
management of a complex institution or business.
- Duties are performed largely in a standard office
- There is a need for public appearances and liaison
with over 700 outlets licensed throughout the state of Vermont.
- Vermont is a member of the TriState Lotto
- Some travel is involved.
- The State of Vermont and the Vermont Lottery are an
equal opportunity employer.
- Tax Compliance: In accordance with 32 V.S.A
Section3113(i) when an applicant for State employment is determined to be a
finalist for a position, he/she will be provided an affidavit to sign attesting
that he/she is in good standing with respect to all Vermont taxes due as of
that date. The applicants tax compliance will be verified with the
Vermont Tax Department prior to extending any offer of employment. For
additional information, please see Personnel Policy 12.12 Tax
How to apply:
Resumes will be accepted through
November 30, 2016.
You are invited to submit a resume
and a cover letter in Word or PDF format, describing your interest in the
position. All submissions must be done electronically. (Materials that are not
submitted electronically will not be considered.)
Please include names and contact
information of three business and/or personal contacts that we may contact as
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