Seneca Gaming Corporation,located in Western New York, is seeking a qualified applicant for a
Corporate VP of Slot Operations.
The Corporate VP of Slot Operations is responsible for facilitating the execution of the Company's strategic plan, identifying opportunities for improvement for all slot operations and the development of plans and creation of teams to execute the slot operation process improvement strategies of the Company. The VP works cooperatively and closely with each property General Manager and his/her designee in advancing the corporate strategic direction. Advise the COO as to strategic direction, slot performance, and other pertinent developments.
Education/Experience Requirements :
1.Must be a minimum of eighteen (18) years of age or older upon employment.
2.Bachelor's degree or Advanced Technical/ Electronic certification preferred.
3.Fifteen (15) years experience in the gaming industry with a minimum of five (5) years in slot technical management and at least ten (10) years of experience at Slot Technical Director or higher. Must have Multi - Property Experience.
4.Must be proficient with slot operations, machine functions and designing floor layouts.
5.Experience in purchasing gaming equipment for multiple properties preferred.
6.Must have worked with ACSC casino management system and have ACSC reporting experience.
7.Must have proficient CAD software experience for changes to floor layouts.
8.Must have proficient computer skills, including working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
9.Ability to read, analyze and interpret complicated documents, such as technical journals, financial and statistical reports and legal documents.
10.Possess knowledge of all video machines, electronic components and operation, cheating methods and devices.
11.Ability to plan, organize and schedule priorities efficiently and effectively is required.
Relocation assistance is available to qualified candidates!
For a complete listing, please visit and apply online at www.SenecaCasinos.com and click "Careers".
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