Thanks for your interest in The Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health!

There are no current openings. However, we welcome you to share your resume and cover letter with our team to keep on file if a position may become open.

Looking to Parlay Your Knowledge of Sports Betting and Gaming into a Career in Helping People?

GameSense is an award-winning, global leader in supporting safe, healthy play for casino patrons and sports betters. We work at the intersection of sports betting, gaming, public health, and customer service. And we’re on a mission to find the next GameSense Advisor to join our team!
We’re looking for individuals interested in leveraging their knowledge of sports betting, casino gaming, or customer service experience to provide valuable information, education, and support services around player health and problem gambling. GameSense Advisors staff information centers at the three Massachusetts casinos, serving as the public face for patrons, on-site employees, and community members.

Top GameSense Advisors:

  • Are at least 21
  • Have knowledge of sports betting gambling, casino games, or the gaming industry
  • Want to help keep gambling a safe and entertainment activity
  • Are exceptional customer service professionals
  • Have excellent conflict resolution and interpersonal skills
  • Pride themselves on being approachable, in-person communicators

Individuals from diverse backgrounds, bilingual speakers, or those with experience in teaching, public health, counseling, social work, or addiction services background are a plus.

$58,000 – $63,000, commensurate with experience. GameSense Advisors receive full medical, dental, and vision benefits and a pension plan.

For more information, read the full GameSense Advisor job description.

The Recovery Advisory Board (RAB) of the Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health (MACGH) is comprised of people impacted by problem gambling, along with their family members and loved ones. They’re looking for more members!

The RAB primarily functions to advise and provide recovery-centered perspectives to the MACGH and its primary funder, the Massachusetts Gaming Commission (MGC). The group meets quarterly and also regularly attends events.

Members serve in a voluntary role and receive a $50 stipend per meeting.

Read the position description and apply.

The Massachusetts Council on Gaming and Health (MACGH) is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage all qualified individuals to apply for positions regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, or any other legally protected status.