Gaming Inspector

Yavapai Prescott Indian Tribe   Prescott, AZ   Full-time     Construction / Physical Labor / Skilled Trades
Posted on March 25, 2021

Gaming Inspector

Responsibilities: Familiarity with the Tribal Gaming Code, Tribal/State Gaming Compact, National Indian Gaming Commission (NIGC) Minimum Internal Control Standards (MICS), Indian Gaming Regulatory Act (IGRA), the Bank Secrecy Act (BSA), and Departmental Internal Controls and Job Instructions.  Will assure that the Yavapai Gaming Agency (YGA) and the Yavapai Gaming Commission (YGC) are in compliance with the Tribal Gaming Code, Tribal/State Gaming Compact and the NIGC MICS.  Enforce all relevant laws and regulations of the Gaming Operations; protect gaming facilities, patrons, and Tribal assets from any illegal activity. Day shift and Graveyard shift available.  

Requirements: High School Diploma or GED. Maintain a high degree of confidentiality. Self-reliant and capable of working independently as appropriate or necessary. Possess excellent interpersonal communication skills and a strong orientation to excellent customer service, ability to remain calm, cool, and collected and unbiased at all times, and be physically able to frequently stoop, reach, lift, pull or push 10 lbs. and occasionally lift, pull or push 20 lbs. Full time, excellent benefits, starting at $14.12-$18.82 hourly depending on experience. Must pass a background check, drug test and be insurable under the Tribe's auto insurance carrier. 

Notice of Indian Preference

All non-grant / non-contract funded vacancies within operations owned and solely operated by the Yavapai-Prescott Indian Tribe must consider qualified applicants in the following order of preference.

Qualified applicants who are enrolled YPIT Tribal Members,
Qualified applicants who are enrolled members of other Indian Tribes and
All other qualified applicants.

For the purpose of this policy, a qualified candidate is an individual who can demonstrate that he or she meets the minimum requirements of the job opening. Preference in hiring, job transfers, promotions, choice of shifts and any reductions in the labor force for any non-grant / non-contract funded vacancies is given to American Indians, in the order described above, when all qualified applicants are equally able to perform the duties and responsibilities. Minimum requirements mean that the applicant or employee possesses the skills, education, experience or other job-related requirements provided in the job description and job announcement.

Copy of complete procedure available by request at the Personnel Department.