|Come join the Vermont Lottery in this new position as Lottery Draw Coordinator!|
The Lottery’s internal control system maintains and guarantees the integrity of Lottery draw games like Powerball, MegaMillions, Lucky For Life, Megabucks – and more. As Draw Coordinator, you’ll be responsible for testing vendor applications and problem-solving software versions of the online gaming system in coordination with the gaming vendor and its contractors. You’ll monitor all game draws with vendors and organizations conducting the daily draws to validate and balance results. In addition, you’ll schedule staff for ICS shifts and maintain the security of the Lottery’s ICS.
As the Lottery Draw Coordinator, you’ll work 3 p.m. to 11:30 p.m., Monday through Friday, and have an associate degree OR 3-5 years of technical experience. You’re comfortable with computer operations and system control procedures; familiar with state-of-the-art hardware and software and their application to public gaming. You can perform a system analysis, including information needs, requirements and design alternatives. You can apply and interpret lottery draw and security procedures, while analyzing operational problems that may occur. Most of all, you’re great with details and can interpret and apply rules and regulations of considerable complexity.
Prior lottery experience is preferred, but not required. This position requires a full background check, including fingerprints.
The State of Vermont is strongly committed to non-discrimination and equal opportunity in all employment actions without regard to race, color, religion, ancestry, national origin, place of birth, age, gender, sexual orientation, gender identification, or disabling condition.
We believe it is important to have a diverse workforce that reflects the populations we serve. We define diversity very broadly: A diverse workforce reflects all segments of society and incorporates new ideas and a variety of work and leadership styles. The varied experiences and perspectives of our employees helps us provide the best services to Vermonters and visitors alike.
We are committed to fostering an inclusive culture. Feeling respected and appreciated for who you are and feeling a level of supportive energy and commitment from others so that you can do your best work – that’s what matters to us.