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The Oregon Lottery is a successful, fast paced, revenue producing state agency that creates and sells entertaining games and offers diverse and challenging employment opportunities that will take you as far as your ambition and desire can drive you. Odds are 1:1 you will love working at the Oregon Lottery!
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The Oregon State Lottery is modernizing its technology, processes and gaming offers to better meet the needs of a digital world. We are looking for motivated talent to strengthen our data-driven culture to guide better decision-making across the enterprise.
About the Department:
The Oregon Lottery’s Research & Analytics (R&A) Team serves as a center of excellence for promoting data-driven decision making throughout the organization. As business consultants and partners to the enterprise, we integrate BI, advanced analytics, market research and market intelligence into program discovery, development, and ongoing performance management. We partner closely with IT to lead the agency’s Enterprise Information Management (EIM) program to ensure data governance, sound information architecture, data quality, and distributed access to business intelligence. This is a highly collaborative environment and we aim to provide relevant recommendations.
The Field Service Technician, in direct contact with Lottery retailers, is responsible for maintaining successful relationships between retailers and the Lottery while ensuring that assignments are handled properly. The work includes but is not limited to making service calls, providing customer service, and performing preventative and scheduled maintenance on Lottery equipment in retailer establishments. Failure to perform job responsibilities, in an effective manner, could result in a loss in productivity. This effect could cause a loss in Lottery product sales and financial losses to Lottery revenue.
Under general supervision of the area Field Supervisor, this position requires the ability to work with minimal supervision and with others, within specific and general guidelines, while making decisions based on Lottery polices and procedures. The work is guided by and decisions are made based on Lottery Policies and Procedures, Retail Operations Field Manual, and other guidelines and procedures.
The Oregon Lottery is a leader in the gaming industry and an important contributor of revenue for the state's schools, economic development, parks, watershed restoration, veteran's programs, and outdoor schools. The Oregon Lottery is looking for a Manager of Product Marketing.