Credentials Required: Master’s Degree or Ph.D., Active New Mexico Licensure in good standing as an LPC, LPCC, LMHC, LCSW, LMFT, LISW, or LPAT required. Experience as a Manager or Director preferred. Malpractice Insurance is also necessary.
Promote counseling and other supportive services offered by Pueblo of Pojoaque Responsible Gaming to patrons of the casinos, employees, and their immediate family members, and people in the community and surrounding areas whose lives are negatively impacted by Gambling.
-Manage the client list and follow-up on people who have banned themselves from the casinos or have been legally banned by Pueblo of Pojoaque Gaming Commission or the Tribal Court.
-Supervise the counselor contracted to hold counseling sessions.
-Develop and hold psychotherapeutic and psychoeducational groups on compulsive gambling, stress and anxiety management, depression, communication, and self-expression.
-Maintain Responsible Gaming Budget.
-Research and invite speakers, sponsored by Responsible Gaming, to tell their stories of recovery from Gambling Addiction/Compulsive Gambling and all related issues.
-Attend meetings as required, numerically reporting program progress, status and accomplishments of the Responsible Gaming Program to Department Heads and State Officials.
-Develop and maintain a Resource List of financial, housing, work, food, clothing, utilities, legal, childcare/eldercare and other supportive organizations in the area.
-Conduct Responsible Gaming Training for all supervisors and employees.
-Collaborate with Human Resources, the Gaming Commission, Tribal Court, Tribal Police, Casino Security and Officials, and Social Services in incidences of Compulsive Gambling, Employee issues and those of their immediate family to inhibit or reduce the occurrence of Problem Gambling and alleviate stressors.
-Conduct New Hire Orientations, introducing the benefits offered through Responsible Gaming to newly hired employees.
-Attend the New Mexico Council on Problem Gambling Annual Conference.
-Become a New Mexico Certified Problem Gambling Counselor.
-Update and order print and other promotional materials.
-Maintain promotional materials at all casino dispensers, employee break areas, human resources, Tribal Court, Tribal Police and Social Services.
-Counsel clients as necessary.
-Maintain licensure requirements as mandated by the state of New Mexico.
-Uphold the confidentiality of all patrons and employees seeking assistance.
• Gaming Commission hiring requirements. Must pass background investigation and pre-employment drug test.