You love Math, but don’t want to work in a classroom? The Math Analyst I position is an entry-level opportunity for a graduate with a math background to apply their knowledge of probability, statistics, and programming into a real-world application. The Math Analyst is responsible for performing complex statistical methods to test software designs that impact the products and services in the gambling & lottery industry. Working closely with the Engineering team, the Math Analyst devotes a large majority of time directly towards testing and review, and may focus on standard game analysis, strategy game analysis, and/or random number generator (RNG) analysis.
Who We Are…
With over 30 years in the industry, Gaming Laboratories International is the global leader in the testing and certification of gaming devices and systems. We are proud of our stability and our history of world-class customer service delivery to more than 475 jurisdictions worldwide.
Why You Should Work Here…
Our employees are at the heart of everything we do, which is why they are our biggest investment. We offer competitive salaries, top-notch benefits and a company culture focused on employee development and career enhancement. Our team members have the opportunity to communicate and collaborate with colleagues around the world.
What You Will Accomplish Here…
The Math Analyst’s main focus will be on the following: Testing and Math Analysis
Writing programs and performing other analyses to calculate needed mathematical features of games.
Writing programs or scripts to manipulate, parse or reorganize large data files into standard formats for testing.
Conducting and interpreting statistical testing on game simulation results and on RNG data.
Reading and interpreting jurisdictional requirements, consulting appropriately for interpretation.
Reviewing and Documenting
Reading and modifying programs and analyses developed by others to meet testing needs.
Reviewing, understanding, and documenting source code written in various languages.
Writing project reports by summarizing the testing conducted and the results.
Carefully reviewing analysis work conducted by others for accuracy.
Communicating Externally and Internally
Working with external clients, communicating professionally and courteously on topics of a technical nature
Effectively communicating and collaborating with other members of the Math Department and other employees
Experience, Education, Skills and Credentials:
Bachelor’s degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or a closely related discipline
Associate degree in Mathematics, Statistics, Computer Science, or 2+ years of equivalent experience may be considered; Certification, formal training, or experience may also be evaluated and considered in lieu of educational requirement
Previous related experience a plus; salary will commensurate with experience
Must have knowledge of Probability, Statistics, and Combinatorics
Knowledge of a modern, object-oriented programming language such as C++, including appropriate use of object-oriented design is required
Must have an understanding of core programming concepts and techniques
Knowledge of Microsoft Excel is required
Must have the ability to communicate, both orally and written, with other members of the team and external contacts
Ability to handle and organize multiple projects and deadlines is required
Must demonstrate a high degree of attention to quality, details, and correctness
Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation
We offer excellent paid benefits that include:
25 holidays per year, excluding bank holidays
Commute travel allowance, covering 100% of public transportation, €0,19ct by car and €0,10ct by bike
Annual Discretionary Bonus
€25, - monthly health insurance contribution
€15, - monthly wellbeing contribution
Hybrid Model – 3 days in the office and 2 from home
Work from home allowance (€2 per day)
Quarterly company events
Quarterly team lunches
Educational Assistance Program
Discretionary Annual Salary Reviews
Opportunity to work in a diverse workplace with 48 different nationalities
Fresh fruit at the office
Weekly Friday Social Hour
Gaming Laboratories International (GLI) is a gaming company. Any of our employees may be required to obtain a gaming license within one or all of the gaming jurisdictions. If you are requested by GLI to obtain a gaming license, your continued employment may be contingent on your ability to obtain that gaming license.
This job description should not be interpreted as all-inclusive; it is intended to identify major responsibilities and requirements of the job. The incumbent may be requested to perform other job-related task and responsibilities than those stated above.
GLI is an Equal Opportunity Employer
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.
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