The Indiana Gaming Commission Enforcement Division is now accepting applications for employment. Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Gaming Enforcement Agent may click on the link below to access the application. Applicants should then send their application to the IGC recruiting inbox listed below by the application deadline. The deadline to submit is by 11:59pm (EDT) on Friday, July 2nd, 2021.
Application link: http://www.in.gov/igc/files/SOI Employment Application-RE.pdf
Applicants should complete the application and submit to the IGC recruiting inbox: IGCRecruiting@igc.IN.gov
In addition, the IGC website will provide a detailed synopsis of the hiring process. The IGC website can be found at https://www.in.gov/igc/
Reminder, applications must be received via online submission through the IGC recruiting inbox by 11:59 pm (EDT) on Friday, July 2, 2021. Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.
Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a IGC Enforcement Agent:
Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
Be a minimum of 21 years of age.
No felony convictions.
Successfully pass a background investigation.
Successfully pass any (online) written test. (If you have a bachelor’s degree or higher, you will not be required to take the (online) written test. But will be required to provide transcripts.
Successfully pass physical test required by the Commission.
Successfully pass Tier II at the ILEA Academy or be currently certified.
Successfully pass IGC Field Training.
Successfully pass polygraph test.
Please contact IGC Law Enforcement Human Resources Director, Shadi Lilly with any questions at firstname.lastname@example.org. You may also contact IGC Law Enforcement Deputy Superintendent Dan Hirst at email@example.com or IGC Law Enforcement Superintendent Rob Townsend at RTownsend@igc.in.gov.
Below you will find a more detailed description of this job opportunity:
INDIANA GAMING COMMISSION
GAMING ENFORCEMENT AGENT
To serve as a Gaming Enforcement Agent in the Enforcement Division of the Indiana Gaming Commission, reporting directly to the Gaming Enforcement Supervisor. The Gaming Enforcement Agent is responsible for conducting all regulatory and criminal enforcement activities at the assigned casino. The Gaming Agent is a certified law enforcement officer in the State of Indiana.
RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES
? Work under the direct supervision of the Gaming Enforcement Supervisor.
? Ensure strict compliance with all applicable Commission policies, directives, administrative rules and regulations.
? Maintain a close relationship with the Gaming Enforcement Supervisor, coordinating investigatory and enforcement activities.
? Develop and maintain positive working relationships with federal, state and local law enforcement officers as necessary to conduct and assist in investigations and activities effectively.
? Obtain working knowledge of casino personnel responsibilities and maintain professional working relationships with those individuals.
? Obtain thorough knowledge of the internal controls of the assigned casino.
? Monitor, document and report internal control compliance.
? Remain apprised of current and emerging issues at the assigned casino.
? Develop and maintain detailed and current knowledge of gaming enforcement activities.
? Complete all enforcement work and reports with the maximum amount of proficiency, effort and accuracy in accordance with the Case Management System and Standard Operating Procedures.
? Comply with all enforcement schedules, practices and deadlines.
? Comply with performance appraisal activities.
? Comply with the Case Management System.
? Comply with the goals and activities established in conjunction with performance metrics.
? Understand, monitor and utilize security and surveillance systems at the assigned casino.
? Conduct regular, timely and thorough testing of electronic gaming devices and other gaming equipment at the assigned casino.
? Conduct gaming enforcement operations on the assigned casino.
? Obtain proficiency in the utilization of the Commission’s Electronic Gaming Device System.
? Strictly comply with all statutory and regulatory duties imposed upon the Gaming Enforcement Agents.
? Receive and process public and industry complaints, grievances and disputes.
? Provide assistance to the casino patrons.
? Advise the Gaming Enforcement Supervisor of all matters impacting the Commission.
? Perform general police duties when required.
? Perform daily administrative functions.
? Answer internal and external inquiries as needed or directed.
? Address government and public gatherings as required.
? Facilitate coordination among all federal, state and local law enforcement entities when necessary.
? Maintain optimum level of integrity and professionalism.
? Perform other duties as directed.
JOB REQUIREMENTS AND DIFFICULTY OF WORK
? High school diploma or GED equivalent.
? Perform licensing responsibilities as required.
? Ability to objectively and promptly analyze issues.
Ability to conduct criminal investigations.
? Ability to conduct investigative interviews effectively.
? Ability to develop thorough knowledge of the application of criminal law.
? Knowledge of covert and overt investigations.
? Strong administrative and communication skills.
? Ability to learn and monitor the essential functions of the electronic gaming device tracking system utilized at the assigned casino.
? Ability to develop thorough knowledge of Commission rules, regulations and procedures.
? Ability to develop knowledge of intelligence gathering, rules of evidence and court proceedings.
? Ability to develop familiarity with the application of statutes, administrative rules and policies.
?Ability to maintain strict confidentiality.
? Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
? Be a minimum of 21 years of age.
? No felony convictions.
? Successfully pass a background investigation and polygraph.
? Successfully pass any written and/or physical test required by the Commission.
? Successfully pass the Indiana Gaming Agent’s Academy field training process. .
? Successfully pass drug testing as required by the Commission.
? Ability to operate state vehicles in compliance with Commission policy.
? Adhere to the Commission policy prohibiting Commission employees from gambling or playing any licensed game or gaming device under the jurisdiction of the Commission in the State of Indiana.
? Comply with the Indiana Office of Technology’s Information Security Policies and Minimum Compliance Requirements.
? Successfully pass Tier II at the ILEA Academy or be currently certified.
PERSONAL WORK RELATIONSHIPS
? Work with and coordinate activities with the Administrative Division and the Background and Financial Investigations Divisions.
? Work with and coordinate activities with the Gaming Enforcement Investigators.
? Maintain positive working relationships with local law enforcement entities in casino communities.
? Work with and facilitate productive relationships with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies.
? Work with and facilitate productive relationships with applicable regulatory agencies sharing oversight responsibilities of the gaming industry.
? Work in a professional and courteous manner with all patrons, applicants and persons related to the casino operations.
PHYSICAL EFFORT AND WORK ENVIRONMENT
? Job tasks are primarily accomplished in the smoke filled casino environment for several hours at a time.
? Must be physically able to effect custodial arrests of combative subjects.
? Must be able to run, climb stairs and carry people upstairs.
? Must be able to stand for long periods without relief.
? Must carry and demonstrate proficiency with an issued firearm.
? Must be physically and mentally able to carry out the duty to protect others.
? Must be able to jump, crawl and lift.
? Must be able to type.
? Must be able to view computer monitor for surveillance purposes.
? During the first year of employment every Gaming Enforcement Agent will work rotating shifts. In subsequent years, shifts are voted on annually and could be permanent, semi-permanent, or rotating.
? Work is often performed in an accelerated environment and under stressful conditions.
? Overtime and compensatory time must be approved as directed by the Superintendent Director of Law Enforcement.
? Must be able to work 12 hour shifts.