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POSITION SUMMARY: Serves as the chief administrator for the Puyallup Tribe’s Tribal Gaming Regulatory Office. The Executive Director reports to the Tribal Council; is charged with the duties specifically listed in the Tribal Gaming Ordinance, and has full responsibility for the day-to-day management of the Regulatory office, staff, enforcement of the
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES 1. Administer the provisions of the Tribal Gaming Ordinance and all gaming regulations adopted by the Tribal Council. 2. Correspond with the National Indian Gaming Commission to maintain compliance with the rules and regulations of that agency, including submission of audits and licensing reports. 3. Supervise and manage all tribal employees assigned and/or hired to work in the Tribal Gaming Regulatory Office. 4. Supervise and administer the issuance of licenses for employees working in gaming facilities regulated by the Tribe, including: a) developing and managing an adequate system which ensures background investigations are conducted, and b) reviewing all applications and background investigations to determine whether an applicant is eligible for a gaming license. 5. Conduct and maintain observations on all gaming activities conducted within the Reservation boundaries. 6. Confer with the Tribal Council on a regular basis, and may at times be requested by Tribal Law Enforcement to assist in investigations involving criminal violations of gaming laws. 7. Draft and recommend gaming regulations necessary to accomplish the goals of the Tribal Gaming Ordinance. 8. Assure that all gaming activities are conducted in a manner which adequately protects the environment and the public health and safety. 9. Arranges annual outside audit and reports results to NIGC.
Education and/or Experience Bachelor's degree (B. A.) from four-year college or university; or an A.A. degree with detailed knowledge of the Tribal/State Compact and Tribal Gaming rules and regulations and NIGC and IGRA regulations; and a minimum of two years experience in the regulations and control of gaming activities; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must have at least three years as a Director or Manager in a supervisory position. Experience and knowledge using word processing and spreadsheets (i.e. Word for Windows, Excel, Access, etc.). Additionally, the Executive Director must submit to, and pass, a detailed background investigation. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in legal, gaming, or law enforcement. No one convicted of a felony of any kind, or a misdemeanor related to illegal gambling or bribery can serve as Executive Director. The Executive Director or members of his/her immediate family may not have any financial interest in any gambling activity regulated by