Current PGCB Employment Opportunities
This is non-supervisory professional legal work. The Assistant Chief Counsel 2 is responsible for performing legal work at the full professional performance level. A wide variety of legal work is performed, which includes research, drafting memoranda to the Board on matters coming before it, drafting opinions and pleadings, performing legal regulatory work, and/or representing the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board (PGCB) before courts of law, or other regulatory tribunals.
A Casino Compliance Representative is responsible for performing specific casino compliance duties at the PGCB’s licensed gaming facilities. Employees in this class are responsible for monitoring the casino’s compliance with all of the PGCB regulations, the facility’s internal controls, the facility’s policies and procedures, and the provisions of Act 71. In addition, these employees report suspected violations of criminal laws to the PSP at the facilities.
This position is responsible for performing compliance and financial related audits of slot machine licensees consistent with the licensees’ internal control systems and audit protocols, the Pennsylvania Racehorse Development and Gaming Act, PGCB regulations, and technical standards.
This is technical work of an investigative, specialized and analytical nature in the Specialized Section within the Bureau of Investigations and Enforcement (BIE). An employee in this job performs specialized and complex technology investigations into gaming operations, gaming systems or platforms and gaming personnel. Work involves application of policies and the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s (PGCB) regulations.
This is professional managerial work directing the Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board’s (PGCB) cybersecurity and regulatory oversight program, to help ensure that gaming operators and licensees cybersecurity policies and practices are compliant with statutes, regulations or internal controls. An employee in this job is responsible for designing and implementing a compliance and oversight program of cybersecurity regulatory functions of PGCB. The employee makes policy recommendations to the Board to enable the execution of its regulatory functions of gaming in Pennsylvania.
If you are interested in pursuing a career with the PGCB, please complete an Employment Application ( Word / PDF ) and send it, along with a current resume, to email@example.com Please note, when submitting an application electronically, please indicate the position that you are applying for in the subject line.
You can also send your application and resume by mail to:
PGCB Human Resource Office
P.O. Box 69060
Harrisburg, PA 17106-9060
The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is an Equal Opportunity Employer and supports workforce diversity. Please read the PGCB Equal Employment Opportunity Plan for further information.
Please note that employment is subject to a personal background investigation, drug screening and approval by the Board at a public meeting.
PGCB Classification System
The PGCB is committed to providing all positions within its organization with a fair and competitive compensation opportunity; reflective of the job's relative value to the organization and consistent with the economic environment of the Commonwealth. On January 6, 2011 the PGCB implemented an amended classification and compensation structure that categorizes all positions within the agency.
In addition to the positions created and maintained by the agency, the Pennsylvania Race Horse Development and Gaming Act establishes the process of appointment of the PGCB members and, at 4 Pa.C.S. § 1201 (i) (1), states, "The Executive Board as established in the act of April 9, 1929 (P.L.177, No.175), known as The Administrative Code of 1929, shall establish the compensation of the members." Pursuant to that legislative provision, the Executive Board established the compensation for the Chairman of the PGCB at $150,000 annually and the compensation for the other Board Members at $145,000 annually.
PGCB Ethics Policy
The Race Horse Development and Gaming Act clearly outlines that the purpose of the PGCB is to prevent the actual or appearance of corruption, or the avoidance of actions that would erode public confidence in the system of representative government. The PGCB requires all employees to read and sign the PGCB Code of Ethics on an annual basis in order to ensure all Board members, employees, and independent contractors conduct themselves at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the Board.
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