The Missouri Lottery is based in Jefferson City with three regional offices located in Kansas City, St. Louis and Springfield. The Lottery is broken down into four divisions: Division of Sales, Division of Operations, Division of Marketing and Division of Executive Director's Office.
The Missouri Lottery sent more than $367 million to Missouri education in FY22. That's approximately $2.39 million per Lottery employee.
The Missouri Lottery is based in Jefferson City with three regional offices located in Kansas City, St. Louis and Springfield. The Lottery is broken down into four divisions: Division of Sales, Division of Operations, Division of Marketing and Division of Executive Director's Office. The Missouri Lottery sent more than $345 million to Missouri education in FY21. That's approximately $2.25 million per Lottery employee.
|Job Title||# minority FTE||American Indian/Native Alaskan||Asian||Black or African American||Hispanic or Latino||NTV Hawaiian/other PAC Islandr||Two or more races|
|Admin Support Assistant||1||1|
|Applications Development Spec||1||1|
|Associate Applications Developer||1||1|
|Client Support Tech||1||1|
|Designated Principal Asst Div||1||1|
|Lottery Customer Service Spec||2||2|
|Lottery District/Corp Sales Mgr||1||1|
|Lottery Field Representative||8||1||1||5||1|
|Lottery Sales Manager||2||2|
|Public Relations Coordinator||1||1|
|Quality Control Specialist||1||1|
|Senior Applications Developer||1||1|
153.5 FTE, 22 minorities (14.3%), 84 females (54.7%)
Effective Dec.1, 2021
Out of 153.5 full-time equivalent employees:
Twenty-two employees are minorities (14.3%) and 84 employees are females (54.7%)
Mentoring & Training
The Missouri Lottery has created an organizational culture of development with the support of our employees through an Employee Mentor Program. This program was established to ensure employees take an active role in spreading knowledge and best practices throughout the organization. The mentoring program provides Missouri Lottery employees with career guidance and encouragement through the establishment of formal mentor partnerships.
Since the program began, an average of 33 employees have participated each year. This is equivalent to approximately one out of five current employees.
In addition to internal mentoring, Lottery employees complete training each year to develop our organization further. In FY21, Missouri Lottery employees completed more than 5,040 training hours. That's more than 210 days of training, organization-wide, including annual, mandatory training in responsible gaming.
Seeing how our products support players, businesses, and communities is extremely rewarding and fun. I've enjoyed a 25-year-and-counting career at the Missouri Lottery. The work motivates me, and I am proud to be part of an agency that makes a difference for Missouri students.
To help fund educational opportunities for Missouri students, support Missouri businesses and entertain millions.
Our Core Values
Integrity, Customer-Focused, Diversity, Entertainment and Innovation
The Missouri Lottery strives to be an innovative leader in the Lottery industry and a trusted and valued partner for public education.