Chumash Enterprises

Tribal Gaming Compliance Inspector

ID 2023-1367
Tribal Gaming Agency
Position Type
US-CA-Santa Ynez


The Tribal Gaming Compliance Inspector, under the direction of the Compliance Director, enforces Gaming policies and procedures, codes, and laws as established by the Tribal Gaming Commission, The State of California Department of Justice, and the National Indian Gaming Commission. Regulatory Compliance Inspection is mandated by State, and Federal law.


  • Investigates and reports violations of the Gaming Compact, Indian Gaming Regulatory Act, and Tribal Gaming Control Standards.
  • Reviews the systems established to ensure compliance with those policies, procedures, codes, regulations, and laws that have a significant impact on Gaming operations.
  • Examines and tests gaming equipment as required by the Gaming Commission and State and Federal law.
  • Safeguards the integrity and fairness of the Gaming operation by monitoring slot machines, table games, poker, and bingo game performance.
  • Reviews all money handling activities for accuracy and honesty.
  • Receives guest complaints pertaining to gaming activity.
  • Reviews specific operations and conducting investigations at the request of the Tribal Gaming Commission or Tribal Gaming Agency Management.
  • Conducts and performs required audits and inspections involving currency counter, secured key audits, kitchen and food safety, annual EPROM testing, tip container, and pocket checks.
  • Verifies records of slot files and requests corrections from Revenue Audit when necessary. 
  • Verifies accuracy of Master Slot File after machine installs, conversions, PAR changes, software upgrades, and machine moves.
  • Tests all new software received for accurate gaming labs signatures. 
  • Updates EPROM log for all pending project software received and used. 
  • At no time is the Compliance Inspector to make any managerial correction of Casino Employees. Compliance Inspectors are to observe and report only.
  • Upholds a work environment that promotes teamwork, partnership, recognition, mutual respect, and collaboration, while role modeling the company values, behaviors, and culture of One.Team.Chumash. 
  •  Performs other duties as assigned. 


  • High School Diploma or GED Certificate.
  • Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Accounting, Criminology or equivalent work experience.
  • Five years of prior experience in Casino Operations, Departmental Procedures. 
  • Advanced proficiency in ability to conduct extensive research, understanding legal codes, and technical standards. 
  • Intermediate computer proficiency utilizing Microsoft applications, e-mail, and Internet.
  • Willingness to work flexible schedules in a 24/7 work environment, including holidays, nights, and weekends. 
  • The individual in this position is prohibited from playing any games or enter in any contests or promotions at the Chumash Casino Resort.
  • Must apply for, receive, and maintain a Gaming License from the Tribal Gaming Agency.
  • Native American hiring preference applies.


3400 Highway 246

Minimum Pay Rate

$32.70 per hour

Maximum Pay Rate

$32.70 per hour


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