The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians (SMBMI) is a self-governing nation that has established tribal-managed governmental units to enhance and support services on the San Manuel reservation. The San Manuel Tribal Gaming Commission (SMTGC) is the governmental unit created by tribal ordinance as the primary regulator of gaming activities within the SMBMI’s jurisdiction. The SMTGC includes the Compliance team that is responsible for maintaining legal and regulatory compliance, ensuring a high level of game integrity, preventing fraud, waste and abuse, and safeguarding Tribal assets, team members and patrons.The Gaming Analyst provides regulatory oversight, risk analysis, technical evaluations, and best information technology security practices for gaming technology and regulated systems operating at a Gaming Facility licensed by SMTGC. As part of their scope, the Gaming Analyst fulfills SMBMI's regulatory responsibility in regards to gaming technology, and the prevention of wrongdoing.
1. Responsible for providing regulatory oversight, technical analysis, security assessments, and evaluations of access controls for existing and new gaming system applications, gaming technology, communication controllers and peripheral devices.
2. Assists in the development and maintenance of technical standards, technology-based risk assessments, product classifications, opinion letters, and regulations for gaming devices and systems.
3. Works directly with gaming manufacturer engineers and casino team members to investigate or resolve issues with gaming technology and systems. Tracks, monitors, and follows-up on the progress for correcting defects until resolved.
4. Uses trend analysis on accounting data, performance statistics, and system logs for gaming technology and systems to detect anomalies, adverse results, or wrongdoing. Investigates irregular or unusual activities associated with malfunctions and/or criminal activity.
5. Analyzes allegations against gaming technology activities through footage reviews, interviews, system reports, and technical assessments. Collects evidence and prepares a factually written investigative report summarizing the event.
6. Testifies in hearings or arbitration explaining the results of an investigation and/or communicates technical knowledge of gaming technology and systems to provide honest information for adjudicators.
7. Leads the investigation into technology failures using methods that provide an appropriate chain of custody, preservation of evidence, and follow systematic forensic procedures.
8. Works with the Information Technology (IT) department and vendors to enhance and maximize the utilization of the SMTGC’s gaming device database application by fixing problems, developing workflows, building process checklists, implementing future enhancements, creating reports, and preserving data accuracy.
9. Utilizes professional experience in several disciplines including engineering, auditing, and regulating to evaluate whether new installations, upgrades, and patches have appropriate controls, testing, and risk evaluations completed prior to installation.
10. Performs other duties as assigned to support the efficient operation of the department.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with applicable law.
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The San Manuel Band of Mission Indians is a federally-recognized Indian tribe located on the San Manuel Indian Reservation near Highland, California. San Manuel exercises its inherent sovereign right of self-governance and provides essential services for its citizens by building infrastructure, maintaining civil services, and promoting social, economic, and cultural development.
The Serrano people of San Manuel have called this area home since time immemorial and are committed to remaining a productive partner in the San Bernardino region. The Reservation, once only 640 acres, is now over 1,100 acres in size.
The call of Yawa’ – to act upon one’s beliefs – inspires the Tribe to give back to the areas they call home and support organizations working to create a better tomorrow in the Inland Empire and Indian Country.
Our support is directed to organizations providing services in San Bernardino and Riverside counties, including:
The Tribe also operates Yaamava' Resort & Casino at San Manuel (formerly known as San Manuel Casino®), as well as other enterprises.