This position will perform various assignments relative to the area of casino regulation and control in order to implement, administer and enforce the Michigan Gaming Control and Revenue Act and administrative rules promulgated pursuant thereto to promote the safety, security and integrity of casino gaming in Michigan.
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PLEASE NOTE: The associated shift for this particular vacancy is 4:30 p.m. to 3:00 a.m., with every other weekend off.
Required Education and Experience
Possession of a bachelor's degree.
Regulation Officer 9
No specific type or amount is required.
Regulation Officer 10
One year of experience providing professional regulation officer services equivalent to a Regulation Officer in state service.
Regulation Officer P11
Two years of experience providing professional regulation officer services equivalent to a Regulation Officer in state service, including one year equivalent to an intermediate level Regulation Officer.
Alternate Education and Experience
Two years of experience as a State Police Detective Sergeant or its equivalent may be substituted for the experience and education required at the entry level; three years of such experience may be substituted at the intermediate level; four years of such experience may be substituted at the experienced level, and five years of such experience may be substituted at the advanced level. The determination of what constitutes equivalent experience is based on a comparison of an applicant's experience and training to the experience and training, specifically as it relates to investigative training, of a Michigan State Police Detective.
Additional Requirements and Information
Failure to attach a cover letter, resume, and a copy of your official college transcripts may result in you being eliminated from consideration.
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Board employees are required to complete and submit a yearly Financial Disclosure Statement (statement of assets and liabilities). Additionally, the Board conducts a credit check, personal background screening and criminal background check, including fingerprints, on all Board employees.
Board employees are prohibited from participating in casino gaming in the State of Michigan and are not allowed on the property of Michigan casinos' out-of-state affiliates without prior approval from the Executive Director. This prohibition includes Indian gaming facilities in Michigan. Additionally, Board employees are prohibited from wagering on the results of live and simulcast horse races at licensed racing events in the State of Michigan and from participating in Millionaire Party charitable gaming events.
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