Regulatory Compliance Analyst

Company Name:
BITSOFT INTERNATIONAL, INC.
About Us:
We are a small boutique firm with offices in Northern CA and Henderson NV. Our Practice has concentrated exclusively on Gaming Law and regulation for 21 years and with more than 31 years in the gaming field. The founder and principal attorney represents casino management companies, gaming equipment manufacturers, casino owners, and interactive gaming manufacturers. We work in jurisdictions all over the world.
We have a worldwide network of invaluable contacts and we provide each of our clients with highly personalized, attentive, and committed service. In all phases of the practice, our firm provides comprehensive market and regulatory research related to issues all around the world.
Requirements:
A four year college degree from an accredited institution is necessary. This position is not secretarial or administrative. Recent college graduates are welcome to apply. Desired candidate must be a quick study; who can and will be able to work on multiple projects at once; candidate must be able to work and complete projects independently with minimal supervision and have excellent time management skills.
Duties:
Gather, interpret, and organize information from sources such as Google Scholar, PACER, THOMAS, LEXIS NEXIS and EDGAR;
Utilize translation services to gather public news sources in multiple languages;
Summarize bank statements, tax returns, and other sources of financial data;
Organize large sets of data in excel spread sheets;
Assist in the preparation of legal opinions and presentations;
Answer phones and gather basic facts from potential clients;
Review complex gaming applications;
Summarize court cases and develop relationships with regulatory agencies.
Mandatory Skills:
Intermediate Excel, Word, and PowerPoint experience
An intermediate and STRONG understanding of State, Federal judicial and Legislative processes
Strong phone skills
Strong writing skills
Strong business math skills
Strong internet search skills

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