The Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL) is Seeking Candidates for
the Position of Executive Director
Organization: The Multi-State
Lottery Association (MUSL)
Job Title: Executive
Director, Multi-State Lottery Association (MUSL)
Position Reports to: MUSL
Board of Directors
Date Posted: April 15,
Close date: May 11, 2016
Details: The Multi-State
Lottery Association (MUSL), a non-profit, government-benefit association owned
and operated by 37 member lotteries, is seeking candidates for the position of
Executive Director. The Executive Director oversees a team of 15-20 people,
administers a portfolio of lottery games that generate over $6 billion in
sales, and serves the interests of the MUSL Board of Directors.
Skills: The successful
candidate will possess a record of demonstrated ability in leadership,
interpersonal and listening skills, building and nurturing productive teams,
strategic planning and implementation, budget development and responsible
fiscal oversight, understanding modern information technology, delegating work,
engaging with the media, good judgment, creativity, and reliability. Excellent
verbal and written skills are a must.
A serious commitment to the
associations Code of Conduct, dedication to high ethical standards, and a
thorough understanding of responsible governance are required. Identifiable
experience with trade associations or similar organizations serving multiple
stakeholders is essential.
Experience: The candidate
must have a minimum of five years of experience in an executive or senior-level
leadership position. A Bachelors degree is required.
This position offers a very
attractive compensation package, is based in Des Moines, Iowa and requires
frequent travel. The projected start date is on or before July 5, 2016.
Interested candidates must submit a
cover letter, resume, and references by May 11, 2016 to:
Jeffrey R. Anderson
Multi-State Lottery Association
P.O. Box 93312
Des Moines, IA
Note: Candidates will be
interviewed by the following MUSL member lottery directors: Jeffrey R. Anderson
(ID), Gary Grief (TX), Rebecca Hargrove (TN), Rose Hudson (LA), and Terry P.
Connecticut Lottery Corporation is Seeking to Hire a Lottery
Specialist (Lottery Drawing Supervisor)
Organization: The Connecticut
Position Title: Lottery
Specialist (Lottery Drawing Supervisor)
Location: Marketing &
Salary: $69,393.00 starting
Post Date: April 8, 2016
Close Date: April 22,
Details: The Connecticut
Lottery Corporation is seeking to hire a creative Lottery Specialist (Lottery
Drawing Supervisor) to perform a full range of tasks and supervise lottery
drawing performers conducting drawings on TV. The supervisory capacity is
devoted to scheduling, assigning, overseeing work, and establishing performance
standards for employees. Responsibilities of this position will include acting
as a liaison with vendors, other state lotteries, television studio personnel
and regulatory agency personnel regarding policies and procedures. Additional
tasks include, but are not limited to, maintaining the integrity and
professional presentation of each lottery drawing; lifting/moving equipment;
wearing appropriate attire; preparing reports, correspondence, and
specifications for public bids; conducting training sessions; appearing on
camera; leading and hosting public promotional events; and completing technical
tasks. Candidates must have considerable interpersonal, organizational,
communication and writing skills, with the ability to keep accurate records,
and perform related duties as required.
candidates must possess a minimum of eight (8) years of professional experience
in marketing, broadcasting, communications, or related field. One (1) year must
have been in a supervisory role. College training may be substituted for
experience subject to applicable rules. Bachelors degree in Business or
Communications preferred. Proficiency in Microsoft Office as well as the
ability to learn new computer software systems is expected.
Must possess a valid Connecticut
Motor Vehicle drivers license, and must be available to work some
evenings, weekends and holidays. Applicants are encouraged to become familiar
with the format by watching telecasts in advance of applying for the
Interested candidates must submit a
CLC application, available at www.ctlottery.org, along with a cover letter and resume
Connecticut Lottery Corporation,
777 Brook Street, Rocky Hill, CT
Fax to (860) 713-2670; or
e-mail to HR@ctlottery.org.
Only those CLC applications received
by Friday, April 22, 2016, close of business will be considered.
Offer of employment is Lottery
specific and 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.
SOURCE: The Connecticut Lottery
Government of the District of
Office of the Chief Financial Officer
EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR, DC
$163,716 - $179,442
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 an
Executive Director, DC Lottery and
Charitable Games Control Board (DCLB). The Executive Director is located in the
Office of the Chief Financial Officer, DC Lottery and Charitable Games Control
Board (DCLB), Office of the Executive Director. DCLBs mission is to
provide District residents with financial benefits through the sale of lottery
products and support of charitable organizations pursuant to gaming
This position will report to the
Chief Financial Officer. Working under the general policy direction of the
Chief Financial Officer (CFO), the Executive Director has full authority for
planning, directing, and overseeing all aspects of the agencys programs,
policies and procedures as it relates to administration, statutory compliance,
security, revenue, sales goal achievement, marketing, game development,
charitable gaming, licensing retailers and non-profit organizations and other
More specifically, the Office of the
Executive Director plans, administers, supervises and coordinates the operation
of public gaming and charitable activities in accordance with provisions of
D.C. Law 3-172, Section 2-2503. The Executive Office is also responsible for
ensuring that the agency generates revenue for the District government through
administration of a lottery and regulated charitable gaming, Daily Numbers
games, Bingos and Raffles for Charitable purposes in the District of
In addition, duties include but are
not limited to:
- Oversees the agency, provides executive leadership
in establishing and effecting broad policies and objectives related to
DCLBs mission and has primary responsibility for all financial,
administrative and program operations.
- Oversees, implements and authorizes all aspects of
the agencys programs, policies and procedures as it relates to
administration, statutory compliance, security, revenue, sales goal
achievement, marketing, game development, charitable gaming, licensing
retailers and non-profit organizations, and other functions.
- Provides managerial expertise and guidance to
facilitate accomplishment of the agencys mission, goals and objectives,
effective program operations, innovations, management improvements and
- Advises the CFO on broad issues related to
financial compliance, regulation, business, organizational development, long
and short-range planning and its effectiveness.
- Represents the agency before local officials,
legislative committees, executives and senior managers of other agencies
concerning program activities.
- Implements and supports policy, budgetary and
management options needed to establish, modify or maintain the agencys
administrative requirements and procedures for the facilitation of program
- Establishes and maintains relationships with
industry colleagues, government officials, business leaders and other
stakeholders to foster the lotterys corporate image and well-being.
- Sets agencys budget, procurement objectives,
and requirements. Determines reallocations when additional funds are
received or regulations change. Approves, monitors and reviews financial
record-keeping systems, audits and agency transactions in accordance with sound
fiscal practices and local regulations.
- Responsible for assuring the preparation of
reports, financial, accounting, revenue and other statements and publications
which are and may be required by the Chief Financial Officer of the District of
- Addresses community action groups, services clubs
and professional organizations and others concerning the activities of the DC
- Establishes and monitors the technology used to
support the agency gaming operations, financial reporting, audits and
government compliance requirements.
- Directs, plans, organizes, and oversees the
activities of the office. Manages and coordinates the collective efforts of a
multi-disciplined team of government staff and/or contractors assigned to
- Plans work for accomplishment by subordinates by
providing direction and advice regarding policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Develops and implements strategies, which require additional emphasis or
clarification, provides different courses of action for arriving at goals and
objectives, and justifies the course of action selected.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Desired candidates must have at
least seven to ten (7-10) years of progressive management and operations
experience performing the related duties and responsibilities to successfully
perform the essential functions of the position. Preferred candidate will have
an advanced degree in a related field of study such as Business (Administration
or Finance), Advertising, Marketing or Public Administration and management
experience in the gaming, recreation or attractions industries.
For initial review, please submit
your resume to Office of the Chief Financial Officer, Human Resources Division,
located at 1101 4th Street, SW, Suite W220, Washington, DC 20024 or to
firstname.lastname@example.org. For more
information pertaining to applying for this vacancy, please visit
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
SOURCE: Office of the Chief
Financial Officer (OCFO).
WLA Seeking to Fill the Position of Executive
The World Lottery Association (www.world-lotteries.org) is a non-profit global professional
association of state lotteries and sports Betting organizations, from more than
80 countries on 6 continents, whose mission is to advance in, and to guarantee
the interests of their members.
Our vision is to continue being
recognized as the global authority on the lottery business, to uphold the
highest ethical principles, and to support our members in achieving their
vision for their own communities, based on the same established standards of
We are seeking a personality (m/f)
to fill the position of
Reporting to the President and
working with the 12 members of the WLA Executive Committee, your mission is to
serve all members of the association and to lead the organization in providing
them a wide range of services representing their interests. While developing
the WLAs strategic plan and establishing our budgets, you are in charge
of the management and leadership of our administrative office located in
Switzerland (Basle). In collaboration with them, you are supporting all the
regional associations in providing educational and professional development
services (conferences, seminars and workshops). Responsible for the internal
and external communication through the media, you also represent the WLA to
other associations within the lottery industry and to external bodies such as
IOC or FIFA.
You have been able to demonstrate
your leadership ability and people management skills in the past, probably in
an organization with many and varied functions, and possess either a non-profit
or a public sector experience, in the same time as knowledge of other business
areas, maybe even pertaining to or neighboring the gaming sector. In order to
provide a united voice together with the regional association, you have a high
level of verbal and written skills. Fluency in English is essential as well as
in at least one of the WLAs official languages (French, German or
Spanish). On top of your sound understanding of what impact technology can have
on our industry, your tertiary qualifications, preferably at post graduate
level, in Business, Public Administration or similar, have allowed you to
demonstrate broad range of planning, financial and management skills,
preferably in an international business or organization.
You will be offered a high level of
exposition to a multicultural environment where you will be allowed to show
your broad communication and diplomacy skills, as well as your ability to work
in connected networks and project management. You will be able to prove your
commitment to ethics and to modern standards of corporate governance. Frequent
international travel will be required. You will benefit from an attractive
remuneration package, commensurate with your background and experience. Pension
benefits will be according to Swiss law.
We thank you for applying via
Reference: CH-01309. For further information please call +41 22 365 44 44.
Mercuri Urval has offices in Zurich,
Nyon, Berne and Lucerne as well as more than 70 branches worldwide.