Grand Ronde OR|
Executive Director Gaming Commission
The Confederated Tribes of Grand Ronde is seeking an Executive Director for Gaming Commission.
The Executive Director of the Gaming Commission is responsible for the day-to-day monitoring of the Tribes gaming activities ensuring the integrity, security, honesty and fairness of all gaming activities. The Executive Director, working under the direction of the appointed Commission, is responsible for protecting the gaming assets, public health, safety, morals, good order and welfare of the Tribe as it relates to the gaming operation. The Executive Director is also responsible for implementation and enforcement of the rules and regulations promulgated by the Commission and for recommending overall policy, supervising the Commission staff and maintaining internal and external governmental and public relations.
GAMING INDUSTRY EXPERIENCE IS REQUIRED
Requires a Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration,
Accounting, Criminology or substantially related field. Advanced level degree or professional certification preferred.
Requires ten (10) years of progressively responsible investigative/regulatory experience with emphasis on gaming regulatory compliance issues, and five (5) years of demonstrated supervisory experience.
Working knowledge of National Indian Gaming Commission requirements, regulations and minimum internal control standards.
Requires considerable knowledge of investigative techniques and criminal procedure, general knowledge of generally accepted accounting principles and generally accepted auditing standards.
Knowledge of computerized accounting systems and spreadsheet and database systems.
Knowledge of budgeting and financial analysis.
Ability to conduct complex financial/background/criminal investigations.
Ability to provide guidance and training to subordinate employees in the conduct of regulatory activities.
Ability to establish and oversee the conduct of periodic compliance testing of gaming operations.
Ability to establish procedures for the effective implementation of Commission decisions; to prepare complex reports, correspondence, charts, layouts, forms, handbooks, memoranda and other information and instructions.
Ability to analyze and solve complex management problems having non-standard solutions.
Ability to maintain effective working relationships with public officials, department heads, associates and the public.
Knowledge of Native American culture preferred.
Special Working Requirements
Works with confidential/sensitive information; must sign a Confidentiality Agreement and sign and adhere to a Code of Ethics.
Ability to become Law Enforcement Data System certified.
As a condition of employment, the employees of the Gaming Commission are prohibited from working in any gaming related positions at the gaming facility for a period of 12 months after termination of employment, unless waived by the Commission.
All applicants must be able to demonstrate their US work authorization during the employment verification process.
The full pay range is $89,866 143,553/annually.