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Software Engineer - Entry Level


Stern Pinball, a leading manufacturer of pinball games, has a challenging career opportunity for an entry level Software Engineer. We are looking for someone who has a strong desire to be involved in developing software (including Dot Matrix effects, light shows, music and speech choreography, diagnostic software tools and game rules) to assist in the design, development and manufacture of pinball machines. This position is located in our corporate headquarters in Melrose Park, Illinois.



· Bachelor's degree in Computer Science or Computer Engineering

· 0 - 2 years of experience

· Experience in C/C++ programming

· Be a self-starter

· Work with little supervision

· Good communication skills with an ability to propose and clearly articulate logical and intelligent solutions.

· Must have a strong desire to contribute to a game and design team.

· A demonstrated ability to work in a multi-tasking & fast-pacedenvironment

· Previous experience playing and/or maintaining arcade games is a plus.


We recognize that talented people are attracted to companies that offer a flexible and fun work environment, provide competitive pay and a comprehensive benefits package. For this reason, we offer medical coverage, dental coverage, company-paid employee and dependent life insurance, company-paid accidental death & dismemberment insurance, supplemental life insurance, a 401(k) retirement plan, flexible spending accounts and paid time off.


Local candidates desired. Relocation costs would be at the candidate's expense. If interested, resumes (MUST INCLUDE salary history and salary requirements) can be sent via e-mail to mr.reggie@sternpinball.com or faxed to 708-345-9222.


Principals only. No agency responses accepted. EOE

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Gosh, what's with these spammers lately? Next thing you know, this guy will be telling us he's got a billion dollar theme park in the works and needs more funding.






EDIT: Upon second thought, before the gullible parade stops by, I should point out that I'm kidding. Cam is legit, and it sounds like a kickarse job!

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^ Ever drop a pinball machine on your little toe??


I lost my little toe in a terrible pinball accident. Thanks for bringing up that horrible memory!


If I knew any programming, I'd be all over this. I need to get out of my current job, like no ones business.

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That's a pretty amazing opportunity!


Kind of makes me pine for the days when you had to squeeze every available cycle out of an overloaded 8-bit processor and obsolete synth chip they should have discontinued a long time ago.

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