Analyst Compliance II in Reno, NV at Scientific Games

Date Posted: 8/8/2018

Job Snapshot

Job Description

The person in this position is responsible for ensuring the proper application of laws, rules and regulations for reporting and filing/gaming submission requirements in the various jurisdictions in which the Company is licensed  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Completes gaming licensing applications and/or gaming submissions; including, but not limited to, completing detailed forms, writing letters, reproducing software, firmware and documentation
• Facilitates due-diligence investigations
• Maintains summary reports and/or database systems
• Reviews and monitors the submission of license applications and/or gaming submissions
• Prepares and updates source documents used in applications and/or submissions processing
• Complies with departmental electronic and paper archiving policies and procedures
• May serve as an interface with gaming regulatory agencies
• Assists in the standardization of office procedures and practices to optimize workflow
• Maintain appropriate communications within and between various divisions.
• Supports company policies and procedures; makes appropriate recommendations

Job Requirements

Training and/or Experience:
• Minimum three years experience working with gaming compliance processes
• Preferred:  Additional minimum three years gaming experience
• Experience completing forms, correspondence, filing, and general office procedures

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
• Ability to build and maintain strong relationships with prospects, managers, customers, or the general public
• Strong organizational, written, and oral communication skills
• Strong attention to detail
• Must be proficient in Microsoft Office
• Capable of coordinating efforts with members of a cross-functional team
• General understanding of basic financial statements
• Ability to analyze jurisdictional gaming regulations

• Associate’s degree or its equivalent
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