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ELECTRONIC GAMING TECHNICIAN


Aspers Westfield Stratford City


We are currently seeking a technically experienced individual for the opportunity to become an Electronic Gaming Technician at our Aspers Westfield Stratford City site. Aspers Electronic Gaming Technicians are accountable for providing technical guidance and support to site in the installation/removal of gaming product; general repair and preventative maintenance of all gaming product and ensuring equipment integrity, all within compliance with Company & Gaming Board policies and procedures.

Electronic Gaming Technicians ensure that all activities reflect and comply with Company policies, procedures and the Gambling Commission Regulations and Guidelines. The successful applicants will have:

  • Have technical capability with regards to the maintenance and upkeep of the slot and electronic machines
  • Excellent grasp of customer service principles in the slot and electronic department
  • Ensure that the gaming machines are operating with-in accordance with relevant legislation

Selection Criteria (desirable):

  • A minimum of 1 year’s technical experience in a Casino environment/Electronic Gaming Facility
  • Technically minded
  • Ability to manage multiple projects
  • Good attention to detail

Personal Characteristics:

  • Organised.
  • Customer focused.
  • Articulate & Confident communicator.
  • Courteous & Professional.
  • Takes responsibility & accountability.

Internal applicants – PES score of 3 or 4/6 month probationary passed

If you are interested in applying for this position and possess the necessary skills and attitude, please forward your updated curriculum vitae, together with a letter of application via e-mail to:

Please note that the vacancy may be removed earlier than the closing date if sufficient applications are received.

Please send an up-to-date CV to: linda.lewis@aspers.co.uk
Closing date for applications is: N/A

Aligned to Gambling Legislation, all applicants must be aged 18 or over to work at Aspers.

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