The Pennsylvania Gaming Control Board is seeking a skilled, highly motivated, and dedicated individual for an Electronics Engineer position.
This position is responsible for evaluating gaming devices, modifications to gaming devices, slot monitoring systems, ancillary equipment, conducting investigations and performing other work-related duties as assigned.
Supervision is received from the Director of Gaming Laboratory Operations.
If you have the required skills and training, apply today!
Monday thru Friday, 8:30 am to 5:00 pm
Resume is the required attachmentAn Electronics Engineer assesses gaming device viability and reliability, analyze equipment for compliance with appropriate regulation, confirm accuracy and completeness of submission checklists, tests and verifies the accuracy of slot machine communication with the central computer system, tests and analyzes accuracy of slot monitoring systems and subsequent modifications, and tests and analyzes kiosks used for voucher redemption in connection with gaming operations.
They will also write computer programs to perform various computations and simulations, investigates alleged cheating incidents involving electronic equipment, investigates gaming devices involved in player disputes and furnish reports as requested, confirm statistical analysis of gaming devices, perform in-depth analysis and testing of gaming devices, assists in seizure of electronic equipment suspected of use in illegal activities, train personnel in gaming equipment inspection procedures as appropriate, and perform other related duties.Bachelor's degree in Electrical Engineering, Computer Engineering, Software Engineering, or Computer Science and two years of progressively responsible experience in microprocessor systems analysis, design, and programming in Assembly, C, C++, C# or other common development languages.
Two or more years' experience in gaming product testing and analysis;
An equivalent combination of experience and training.
If you need an accommodation for the interview due to a disability, please contact the number listed above.
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