Promotes & services lottery ticket game sales in assigned territory: Responsible for quality management of lottery products & services at the retail agent location (e.g., provides support to retail agent for lottery gaming equipment; assists with merchandising & promotion of lottery products & services; distributes lottery game materials & information; assists with the placement of lottery point of sale support materials (e.g., pursuant to pre-determined lottery merchandising best practices) & negotiates premium space & facings for lottery sales support materials designed to introduce & implement lottery promotions & special events; identifies & responds to district needs & issues & reports same to the appropriate OLC regional office staff; reviews sales data for retail agents within assigned territory & develops & forecasts territory sales & budget information; prepares reports regarding the same; when necessary, may remove unused, closed or slow-moving lottery instant products & redistributes within assigned territory; when necessary, may return lottery products in compliance with predetermined timelines, instant ticket management decisions &/or for inventory removal needs in accordance with management recommendations & procedures. Responsible for retail agent relations: Manages territory to maximize sales & efficiently service & provide excellent customer relations to assigned retail agents (e.g., develops rapport at assigned retail agent locations with the appropriate decision maker to ensure the retailer’s support of lottery products); maintains proper retailer contact information for communication purposes; tracks retail agent status; ensures the on-going education of retail agents on all lottery policies, procedures, rules & regulations; assists retail agents with general bookkeeping issues & settlement agreement procedures; serves as liaison between assigned retail agents & lottery offices; assists retail agents with inventory levels & overall inventory control management; assists with the interpretation of sales reports. Performs other functions: Develops & supports potential &/or new retail agent locations; keeps current on all lottery policies, procedures, rules & regulations; maintains awareness of lottery products & services; utilizes lottery order pad software & technology as required; attends training & seminars as required to comply with all administrative requirements; performs other duties & works on special projects as directed by supervisor.
6 courses or 18 months experience in marketing (e.g., sales management; sales promotion; advertising; consumer behavior & research; retail management); 12 months training or 12 months experience in public relations; 2 courses or 6 months experience in bookkeeping; valid driver’s license; demonstrate strength to push, pull or otherwise move up to 35 lbs. · OR: Equivalent of Minimum Class Qualifications for Employment noted above.
Major Worker Characteristics:
Knowledge of Business Administration (i.e., Marketing); Bookkeeping; Inventory Control; Safety Practices; Public Relations; Lottery Marketing/Sales Policies & Administrative Procedures/Regulations governing Lottery (ORC 3770)*. Skilled in Operation of Lottery Terminal Computers & Personal Computers*; Operation of a Motor Vehicle. Ability to Deal with Problems involving Several Variables within Familiar Context; Complete Routine Forms & Reports; Maintain Accurate Records; Gather, Collate & Classify Information about Data, People or Things; Handle Sensitive, Face to Face & Telephone Inquiries &/or Contacts with Sales Retailers & General Public; Calculate Fractions, Decimals & Percentages; Demonstrate the Strength to Push, Pull or Otherwise Move up to 35 lbs. of Objects from Lottery Warehouse to Retailer Location. (*)-DEVELOPED AFTER EMPLOYMENT
NOTE: · START DATE IMMEDIATELY. · THIS POSITION IS NON-EXEMPT (ELIGIBLE FOR OVERTIME) FROM THE FAIR LABOR STANDARDS ACT. · THIS POSITION IS UNCLASSIFIED (EXEMPT FROM THE CLASSIFIED SERVICE). · THE APPLICANT IS REQUIRED TO PROVIDE DETAILS OF MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS ON THE APPLICATION FORM. FAILURE TO DO SO WILL PROHIBIT CONSIDERATION OF THE APPLICANT. IF AN INTERVIEW IS OFFERED, SUPPORTING DOCUMENTATION/PAPERWORK (E.G., COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS, DD FORM 214 FOR VETERANS, COPY OF PERTINENT LICENSE OR CERTIFICATIONS, ETC.) WILL BE REQUIRED AT THE TIME OF THE INTERVIEW. · ALL FINAL APPLICANTS TENTATIVELY SELECTED FOR THIS POSITION WILL BE REQUIRED TO SUBMIT TO URINALYSIS TO TEST FOR ILLEGAL DRUG USE PRIOR TO APPOINTMENTS. AN APPLICANT WITH A POSITIVE TEST SHALL NOT BE OFFERED EMPLOYMENT. · EMPLOYMENT CONTINGENT UPON SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK AS REQUIRED BY SECTION 3770.02(D) OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE. · NEW HIRES AGREE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE STATE OF OHIO DIRECT DEPOSIT OF PAYCHECK PROGRAM PER SECTION 124.151(B) OF THE OHIO REVISED CODE. INTERNAL & EXTERNAL APPLICANTS PLEASE SUBMIT ADM-4268 (CIVIL SERVICE APPLICATION) OR YOUR RESUME TO THE OHIO LOTTERY, OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES, NO LATER THAN 4:00 PM OF THE POSTING DEADLINE DATE LISTED. APPLICATIONS/RESUMES RECEIVED AFTER 4:00 PM ON THE DESIGNATED DEADLINE DATE WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. APPLICATIONS CAN BE SUBMITTED IN ONE OF THE FOLLOWING WAYS: IN PERSON OR VIA U.S. MAIL TO THE OHIO LOTTERY, OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES, 615 WEST SUPERIOR AVENUE, CLEVELAND, OHIO 44113-1879; OR APPLY ONLINE VIA THE OHIO LOTTERY WEB SITE WWW.OHIOLOTTERY.COM OR THE STATE OF OHIO WEB SITE WWW.OHIO.GOV. YOU MAY ALSO CALL THE TDD NUMBER AT 1-800-750-0750 (TOLL FREE). ALL QUESTIONS CONCERNING EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES WITH THE OHIO LOTTERY SHOULD BE DIRECTED TO THE OHIO LOTTERY, OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES (216) 774-5686. THE OHIO LOTTERY DOES NOT DISCRIMINATE ON THE BASIS OF RACE, RELIGION, COLOR, SEXUAL ORIENTATION, NATIONAL ORIGIN, ANCESTRY, AGE, SEX, GENDER IDENTITY OR EXPRESSION, MENTAL OR PHYSICAL DISABILITY, GENETIC INFORMATION, VETERAN STATUS AND/OR MILITARY STATUS IN EMPLOYMENT OR THE PROVISION OF SERVICES. NOTE: THOSE WHO ARE CONTACTED FOR AN INTERVIEW SHOULD INFORM THE OHIO LOTTERY OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES AS SOON AS POSSIBLE IF, AS A RESULT OF A DISABILITY, THEY WILL NEED AN ACCOMMODATION TO PARTICIPATE IN ANY PHASE OF THE INTERVIEW PROCESS. SUCH NOTICE WILL NOT AFFECT YOUR ELIGIBILITY TO APPLY FOR THIS POSITION.
- OCSEA/AFSCME bargaining unit position. · Promotional/lateral transfers honored pursuant to the bargaining agreement. · EXTERNAL APPLICANTS INVITED · MUST OBTAIN NOTARY PUBLIC WITHIN 60 DAYS AFTER EMPLOYMENT. · UNUSUAL WORKING CONDITIONS: Requires daily travel, possibly in inclement weather
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