In the Department of Consumer Protection this class is accountable for conducting field examinations of authorized charitable games and for providing information and assistance to permittees regarding the application of statutes and agency regulations governing the conduct and recordkeeping requirements of charitable games.
Works under the general supervision of a Consumer Protection Gaming Regulation Supervisor or other employee of higher grade.
May lead trainees, technical and clerical staff in assigned areas of responsibility.
EXAMPLES OF DUTIES
Attends and monitors the
conduct of permitted charitable games activity to ensure compliance with
applicable statutes and administrative regulations;
Prepares required field
reports of permittee activity including but not limited to examination reports,
investigation reports, pre-audit field reports and physical inventory of sealed
Instructs bookkeepers of
charitable organizations on the preparation of required control reports and
records of receipts and disbursements;
examinations of control reports and inspects gaming equipment used in the
conduct of charitable games;
Assists with the
assignment of identifying numbers for all equipment used by operators and
dealers of gaming equipment;
Serves as a representative
of the agency to witness the accounting of receipts at the close of the
operation of games of chance;
Serves as a liaison to
municipal and other officials involved with charitable gaming matters;
May prepare material for
or testify at administrative hearings;
Performs related duties
KNOWLEDGE, SKILL AND ABILITY
charitable gaming regulation;
accounting or auditing practices and principles;
oral and written communication skills;
Considerable ability to
perform mathematical computations;
read, interpret and apply statutes, rules and
utilize computer software;
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - GENERAL EXPERIENCE
Five (5) years of technical experience in business administration, investigation or accounting work.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS - SUBSTITUTIONS ALLOWED
College training may be substituted
for the General Experience on the basis of fifteen (15) semester hours
equalling one-half (1/2) year of experience to a maximum of four (4) years for
a Bachelor's degree.
Successful completion of
a Connecticut Careers Trainee program approved by the Department of
Administrative Services may be substituted for the General Experience.
Incumbents in this class may be
required to travel.
Incumbents in this class may be
required to possess and retain a valid Motor Vehicle Operator’s license.
JOB CLASS DESIGNATION
(16)-ADMIN & RESID (P-5)
As defined by Sec. 5-196
of the Connecticut General Statutes, a job class is a position or group of
positions that share general characteristics and are categorized under a single
title for administrative purposes. As such,
a job class is not meant to be all-inclusive of every task and/or
This replaces the existing specification for the
class of Special Revenue Charitable Games Liaison Officer in Salary Group AR 18
approved effective February 15, 2012. (Revised to modify the Minimum
Qualifications - Substitutions Allowed section and modify content) Final 23-035