Deputy Commissioner, Lottery

State of Vermont - Montpelier, VT3.8

Full-time$85,000 - $110,000 a year
Do not apply online. Please submit your application on or before April 7, 2019 to:
The Vermont Department of Liquor & Lottery
13 Green Mountain Drive
Montpelier, VT 05620-4501
ATTN: Patrick Delaney, Commissioner

Overview: The Vermont Department of Liquor & Lottery, Lottery Division, is seeking a dynamic leader to manage its business and to lead its team of Lottery professionals. The Division of Lottery is a professional business entity of Vermont state government serving the public by providing fair and compelling gaming opportunities through controlled distribution, enforcement, and education. The Lottery Division Deputy Commissioner (D.C.) is the executive officer that oversees Lottery’s vendor relations, product distribution, licensing, sales and marketing, management and administrative staff. The Deputy Commissioner of the Lottery Division reports directly to the Commissioner of the Vermont Department of Liquor & Lottery (DLL), who in turn reports to a five-member Board appointed by the Governor. The Lottery Division D.C. will work closely with the DLL Commissioner to ensure all governmental and business responsibilities of the Lottery Division are met and coordinated. The Lottery D.C. is responsible for ensuring compliance with all rules and regulations governing the Lottery, its national counterparts and cooperators. The preferred candidate will have a demonstrated record of collaborative and inclusive leadership, experience in operational planning and execution and will have practical experience in marketing, budgeting, public relations, compliance management and community relations. The Vermont Lottery Division Deputy Commissioner will coordinate the efforts of a diverse support and oversight team comprised of staff, vendors, retailers, associations and government agencies.

Compensation: Commensurate with experience: $85,000 - $105,000

Education and Experience Requirements:
BA or BS degree in Business Administration or equally relevant discipline, plus minimum of 5 years of management of a complex institution or business.
Considerable knowledge of Lottery Division policies and procedures is preferred.

The State of Vermont is an Equal Opportunity Employer