Are you an innovative data science professional who enjoys a fast-paced, dynamic technical environment? Do you employ a risk-based, data-driven approach to analysis?
If so, then the Technical and Laboratory Services Branch (TLSB) has an exciting new opportunity that may interest you!
What can I expect to do in this role?
Reporting to the Manager, Technology Assessments and Testing, the successful candidate will:
- Perform mathematical and statistical assessments of games of chance and skill, random number generators, equipment, and system components.
- Construct new and improve existing risk indicators as part of a comprehensive technical and regulatory risk management framework.
- Develop risk-based test methods to support the maintenance of high quality TLSB operations.
- Design and develop specialized statistical assessment software tools.
- Evaluate third party testing methodologies and results from a mathematical and statistical perspective.
How do I qualify?
The ideal candidate will have:
The successful candidate must be eligible to work in Canada and will be subject to a criminal background check.
- A commitment to building a culture around diversity, accountability and trust, achieving service excellence.
- Detail oriented and critical thinking to make inferences, including the ability to work under pressure, multi-task and adhere to strict timelines in a fast paced and demanding environment.
- Excellent communication, interpersonal and teamwork skills to liaise with senior management and other internal and external stakeholders.
- Advanced knowledge, demonstrated expertise and experience of the following:
- probability theory;
- risk analysis and risk management;
- statistical and data analysis;
- quality management;
- project management; and
- process engineering and optimization.
Knowledge, experience and demonstrated expertise of at least one general purpose (C++, Java, etc.), and one statistical programming language (R, Python, etc.).
- Understanding and demonstrated experience of software development life cycle, including the ability to design, implement, and maintain custom software.
- A Bachelor's degree in a STEM discipline (science, technology, engineering, or mathematics), or an equivalent combination of relevant work experience and education.
Preference will be given to candidates who have:
- Knowledge of the nature, structure and operations of gaming operators and gaming equipment suppliers.
- Strong understanding of the roles, activities, and operations of all branches of the organization, and of AGCO's role and organization within the broader government.
- Knowledge and understanding of AGCO technical standards, Registrar's Standards, TLSB Policies and Procedures.
- Knowledge and understanding of AGCO regulatory risks and how they manifest in gaming technology.