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  • Individuals who are interested in beginning a rewarding career as a Gaming Enforcement Agent may click on the link below to access the application.  
  • Then applicants should send their application to the IGC recruiting inbox listed below by the application deadline.
  • (Please note if you try to apply via the “View employment opportunities with the Indiana Gaming Commission link, then you will not be successful.)
  • You must submit an application via the link below and submit directly to the IGC recruiting inbox.
  • ***You may have to copy and paste the application link into a browser if simply clicking on the application link does not work.

Application link: http://www.in.gov/igc/files/SOI Employment Application-RE.pdf

Applicants should complete the application and submit to the IGC recruiting inbox: IGCRecruiting@igc.IN.gov

In addition, the IGC website will provide a detailed synopsis of the hiring process.  The hiring timeline can be found here.

Applications must be received via online submission through the IGC recruiting inbox by 11:59 pm (EDT) on Friday, October 18th, 2019.  Applications received after the deadline will not be accepted.

Basic Eligibility Requirements and consideration factors for a IGC Enforcement Agent:

  • Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license.
  • Be a minimum of 21 years of age.
  • No felony convictions.
  • Successfully pass a background investigation.
  • Successfully pass any written and/or physical test required by the Commission.
  • Successfully pass Tier II at the ILEA Academy or be currently certified.

2019 Physical Agility Standards Scoring Scale

Score

Push Ups

Sit Ups (1min)

Vertical Jump

300 Meter Run

1.5 Mile Run

0

9 or less

18 or less

Less than 12"

90 seconds +

20 min +

1

10-14

19-20

12-12.49”

86-89.99 seconds

19m 16s – 19m 59s

2

15-20

21-23

12.5-13.49”

82.01-85.99 seconds

18m 57s-19m 15s

3

21-30

24-30

13.5-15.99”

75-82 seconds

15m-18m 56s

4

31-40

31-40

16-19.99”

60-74.99 seconds

13m-14m 59s

5

41+

40 +

20”+

< 60 seconds

< 13 min

The physical agility test (PAT) consists of 5 main events. Each event must be performed precisely according to the strictly defined protocol in order to be scored. In order to pass the PAT, applicants must have a cumulative score of 15 points with at least 1 point in each event

Please contact IGC Law Enforcement Human Resources Director, Shadi Lilly with any questions at shlilly@igc.in.gov or 317-233-0044.  You may also contact Deputy Superintendent Dan Hirst at dhirst@igc.in.gov or Superintendent Rob Townsend at rtownsend@igc.in.gov.