Categories
BLOG

nm lottery jobs

12 Lottery Jobs in New Mexico

Cashier – Full Time Customer Service Associate

. lottery tickets on assigned shiftCheck the expiration date and face-off productFollow proper safety protocols and procedures

Retail Sales Associate

Follows all cash handling procedures involving cash, credit cards, checks, lottery, and drops. Properly and accurately accounts for all sales transactions. Maintains accurate inventory through .

Customer Service Booth Clerk

Follow established policies and procedures for post office, money orders, licenses, utility payments, gift cards, gift certificates, lottery tickets, money transfers, data tix, Smith tix, bus passes .

Clerk/Cashier

Assures proper sale and accounting for Lotto/Lottery Tickets during shift.Assures proper sale and accounting for Tobacco/Cigarettes/Vape during shift.Understands the cash register functions and rings .

Retail Store Relief Manager

Follows all cash handling procedures involving cash, credit cards, checks, lottery, and drops. Makes bank deposits daily and/or as required. Properly and accurately accounts for all sales .

Customer Service Representative

. and. lottery salesCalculate sales discount to determine priceKeep the sales floor, shelves, and restrooms clean and orderlyReceived daily assignments to maintain grounds, paths, and roadways .

Assistant Store Manager

Monitor profits through end of day procedures, shrink indicators, lottery, stock audits, vendors, car wash operations and retail waste. REQUIREMENTS: (Equivalent combinations of education, licenses .

Lead Customer Service Representative, Full or Part Time (UZ-80B81)

Performs multi-function operation of fuel console, lottery machine, money order machine, telecom transactions, etc.Performs multi-function and cleaning duties necessary to maintain store cleanliness .

Sales Associate

Uses special equipment to process specialty products, such as money orders, credit card purchases, checks and lottery sales and redemption’s. * Check identification for restricted sales. * Checks and .

Customer Service Representative, Full or Part Time

Performs multi-function operation of fuel console, lottery machine, money order machine, telecom transactions, etc. Performs multi-function and cleaning duties necessary to maintain store cleanliness .

Retail Store Manager

Follows all cash handling procedures involving cash, credit cards, checks, lottery, and drops. Makes bank deposits daily and/or as required. Properly and accurately accounts for all sales .

Marathon Petroleum Careers – Retail Store Manager

Follows all cash handling procedures involving cash, credit cards, checks, lottery, and drops. Makes bank deposits daily and/or as required. Properly and accurately accounts for all sales .

Did You Apply To This Job?

We will use this feedback to improve your job matches.

Why didn’t you apply to this job?

Thanks for letting us know

Your feedback helps keep ZipRecruiter safe.

Learn more about how to recognize common online scams.

12+ Lottery Jobs in the New Mexico area

Get new jobs emailed to you daily

You Already Have an Account

We’re sending an email you can use to verify and access your account.

If you know your password, you can go to the sign in page.

Browse 12 NEW MEXICO LOTTERY job ($18K-$38K) listings hiring now from companies with openings. Find your next job opportunity near you & 1-Click Apply!

Albuquerque Journal

‘Scratchers’ boosting NM lottery take

By Mike Gallagher / Journal Investigative Reporter

A customer at a convenience store uses a coin to see if he has a winning lottery ticket. Scratchers are making up a larger percentage of lottery revenue.(Adolphe Pierre-Louis/Albuquerque Journal)

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — New Mexico Lottery revenues, which had declined over the past year in part due to the COVID-19 pandemic, have picked up in recent months led by a 25% increase for July and August in the sale of instant lottery “scratcher” games.

Gamblers shelled out $15.4 million for scratchers during the two-month period, up from $12.3 million for the same period in 2019. Sales for all lottery products for the two-month period were $22.8 million – up from $19.8 million for the same period last year.

Lottery officials lauded the increase as good news while gambling opponents criticized it.

“The scratcher sales increase is great news for the Legislative Lottery Scholarship,” said Wendy Ahlm, director of advertising and marketing for the lottery. “However, it is early in the year and we do not know if it is sustainable.”

Anti-gambling activist Dr. Guy Clark, an Albuquerque dentist, called scratchers “the most addictive of the lottery games.”

“The gambling industry wants us to believe they are just another form of entertainment but going to the movies doesn’t drive people into bankruptcy.”

In most years, scratchers account for between 50% and 54% of lottery revenue but over the past two months, scratchers were bringing in more than 60%.

“Unfortunately, the cause for the increase cannot be determined,” Ahlm said. “It could be due to the lack of outlets for discretionary entertainment dollars.”

Under the state’s health order issued because of the virus, state licensed casinos and movie theaters have been closed since mid-March. Native American casinos voluntarily closed in March, but some of them have now reopened. Brew pubs, restaurants and other businesses are open on a limited basis.

But lottery retailers, primarily convenience and grocery stores, have remained open as essential businesses since March.

Clark last spring predicted an increase in scratcher game sales once the pandemic shut down the state’s casinos.

“I saw what was happening in Texas and figured it would happen here eventually,” he said.

The state lottery changed its marketing approach before the pandemic struck, offering new scratcher games with $500 and $1,000 prizes instead of $50,000 or $200,000. The smaller prizes allow for more winning tickets and Ahlm said that could be another reason for the increased popularity of the games.

Revenues from the lottery, which pays 30% of gross revenues into the scholarship tuition fund, were down about 12% for the fiscal year that ended June 30.

The New Mexico Lottery saw sales drop last fiscal year. (Roberto E. Rosales/Albuquerque Journal)

The tuition fund pays in-state tuition for qualifying New Mexico college students.

Over the past decade, demand for the scholarships, rising tuition costs and the volatility of lottery income have forced lawmakers to supplement the program with non-lottery revenue, tighten eligibility and reduce tuition awards, according to the Legislative Finance Committee.

State lottery records show the amount the lottery paid into the scholarship tuition fund dropped from more than $43 million in June 2019 to just over $38 million for the fiscal year that ended in June 2020.

Sales of the two national games, Powerball and Mega Millions, continued to drop and accounted for a decline in scholarship fund revenue, according to lottery officials.

Ahlm said lotteries around the country have seen the decline in revenue from the big national games “causing significant concern for beneficiary funding.”

Sales of the national “draw” games dropped by $21 million for the fiscal year that ended in June.

Powerball sales declined 7% and Mega Millions dropped 10%, Ahlm said.

Lottery officials around the country blamed the decline on a lack of large jackpots that attract people who don’t typically buy lottery tickets.

State lottery records show more people buy lottery tickets in the national games when the payouts reach $250 million or more.

The Mega Millions game payout reached $1.5 billion in fiscal 2019 and the Powerball game had a $768 million prize the same year. Those prizes led to record sales for the New Mexico lottery.

SUBSCRIBE NOW cancel anytime

Albuquerque Journal and its reporters are committed to telling the stories of our community.

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Gamblers itching for a win flocking to instant tickets ]]>