Gaming Special Agent

Description of Duties/Essential Functions Under general supervision, as an armed peace officer, conducts regulatory and criminal surveillance or monitoring of gaming patrons, electronic gaming devices and table games to ensure regulatory and criminal oversight is maintained according to the Illinois Gambling Act, Video Gaming Act, Sports Wagering Act, and related Rules of the Illinois Gaming Board; takes appropriate law enforcement action including arrest, if necessary. Completes comprehensive summary reports of enforcement activities; interviews of patrons, casino owners and video gaming establishments in order to resolve complaints; processes casino, video gaming employee applications for licenses; serves as a team member in complex enforcement activities. Works closely with other law enforcement agencies and gaming jurisdictions. Travels to perform investigations, attend meetings and complete training. Minimum Requirements Requires two years of college with coursework in criminal justice, law enforcement, prelaw, business administration or a related field, plus five consecutive years of full-time service as a police officer with the same law enforcement agency; OR Requires a minimum of twenty years of sworn law enforcement experience in good standing with the same law enforcement agency; OR Requires successful completion of the Gaming Special Agent Trainee program. At the time of hire, applicants must satisfy these conditions: a) Graduated from an approved State Police academy program and are currently certified as a sworn peace officer; b) Possess sufficient physical fitness to have passed the Peace Officer Wellness Evaluation Report (POWER) test; and c) Passed an approved firearms qualification course and have a valid Firearm Owners Identification (FOID) card. Requires a working knowledge of methods and techniques of criminal investigations. Requires ability to prepare properly documented investigative reports and findings. Requires working knowledge of the Illinois Gambling Act, Video Gaming Act, Sports Wagering Act, related Rules and pertinent criminal statutes. Requires proficiency in the use of firearms and the physical strength and agility to practice the art of self defense. Requires possession of an appropriate valid driver’s license. Requires ability and willingness to travel and/or perform shift work, including weekends and holidays. Work Hours & Location/Agency Contact Anticipated Starting Salary Range: $64,500/ Year – $79,044/ Year Current bargain unit employees: CBA language applies AFSCME full bargaining unit Salary Range: $60,564 / Year – $90,840 / Year Work Hours: Rotating Shifts Work Location: Casino Queen 200 S. Front Street East St. Louis, IL (St. Clair County) Agency Contact: Illinois Gaming Board, Human Resources 801 South 7th Street, Suite 400 South Springfield, IL 62703 217-557-2821 Phone 217-524-1932 Fax OR Scan To: In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act and the Illinois Human Rights Act, State agencies must ensure that the employment process is accessible to persons with disabilities. Specifically, these laws require that the State provide reasonable accommodations upon request by individuals participating in all steps of the employment process. This includes the State of Illinois Rutan interview process. How to Apply PLEASE SEE NEW CMS GRADING PROCESS BELOW**** CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEES seeking a promotion: Effective November 1, 2019, CMS Examining will no longer accept CMS-100B applications submitted directly from Applicants. Current state employees seeking a promotion should submit an official position vacancy and (version dated 7/2019 or after) to the Agency Contact address listed above by fax, scan, email. Older versions of the CMS-100B will not be graded or returned to applicants. FAILURE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE NEW CMS100-B VERSION DATED 7/2019 OR AFTER WILL RESULT IN YOUR APPLICATION BEING REJECTED. CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEES seeking a reduction and Former State Employees: – Submit an Official Position Vacancy and Employment Application (version dated 7/2019 or after) to the Agency Contact address listed above by fax, scan, or mail. A separate Bid form and Application is required for each Posting/Bid ID or your bid will be rejected. CURRENT STATE EMPLOYEES seeking a transfer: Submit an Official Position Vacancy , and Employment Application (version dated 7/2019 or after) to the Agency Contact address listed above by fax, scan, or mail. A separate Bid form and Application is required for each Posting/Bid ID or your bid will be rejected. FAILURE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE NEW CMS100 VERSION DATED 7/2019 OR AFTER WILL RESULT IN YOUR APPLICATION BEING REJECTED. NON-STATE EMPLOYEES: Submit a Employment Application (version dated 7/2019 or after) to the Agency Contact address listed above by fax, scan, or mail. FAILURE TO COMPLETE AND SUBMIT THE NEW CMS100 VERSION DATED 7/2019 OR AFTER WILL RESULT IN YOUR APPLICATION BEING REJECTED. This position may require a current grade from Central Management Services (CMS), Division of Examining and Counseling, to be deemed qualified and available for employment consideration. For more information, please refer to the Work4Illinois website at Work.Illinois.Gov and select ‘Application Procedures’. Additional information may also be obtained from the Agency Contact listed above or by contacting CMS, Division of Examining and Counseling at Work4Illinois@Illinois.gov or (217) 782-7100, (217) 785-3979 (TDD/TTY), (800) 526-0844 (TTY Only). Additional Documentation for Gaming Special Agent: These documents are in PDF format and can be viewed using . NOTE: Salary amounts shown are only to be used as a guide; actual salary will be determined at the time of hire based on current salary plans and/or collective bargaining agreements, if applicable. Government Jobs

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