SAS

  • Technical Lead - Systems Developer (M/W/D)

    Job Locations Germany
    Requisition ID
    20025792
    Job Category
    Consulting
    Travel Requirements
    25%
  • Company Overview

    Summary:

     

    As a Technical Lead for the SAS Global Hosting and US Professional Services (GHUSPS) Managed Services team, you will be responsible for all aspects of our 24x365 hosted and remotely managed SAS application environments. You will work collaboratively with customers and various internal teams to ensure consistent and timely service delivery.  Daily responsibilities include providing expert level knowledge for architecting, managing, diagnosing, and debugging SAS and other third-party enterprise class software systems.  You will be accountable for driving a matrixed organization consisting of in country and  global team members to solve complex technical issues.   Other responsibilities include systems design, implementation, and maintenance of SAS 9 and SAS Viya solutions across an enterprise-wide cross-platform infrastructure that is consistent with our business objectives and customer requirements.

     

    Responsibilities:

    • Working directly with external customers to help them implement complex technical solutions or solve complex technical problems
    • Clearly communicating technical requirements and tactical direction to other resources
    • Providing technical documentation
    • Perform advanced or complex prototyping for SAS foundation technologies
    • Participate in product and solution training to acquire and maintain a detailed level of product knowledge of core components of SAS offerings
    • Provide leadership and mentoring to other technical SAS resources
    • Integration of SAS software with systems and other third-party software
    • Engineering application implementations based on requirements and sizing assessments
    • Developing tools and software to manage SAS and third-party software
    • Diagnosing, documenting, reporting, and resolving system problems
    • Interfacing with other support teams and vendors 
    • Participation in a 24x7x365 on-call rotation 

    Essential Skills and Experience

    • Bachelor's degree in a quantitative field, preferably Computer Science, Information Technology or related field
    • 3 years of experience in systems support, user support, customer support, consulting, or training for enterprise class software
    • 3 years of experience with UNIX or Linux supporting enterprise class applications
    • Strong facilitation and communications skills
    • Good knowledge of common technical environment components
    • Familiarity with fundamental networking/distributed computing environment concepts; can use nslookup or dig to check information in the DNS; understands basic routing concepts, etc.
    • Fluent German and English (written and spoken)

    Additional Skills and Experience

    • Understanding of security, performance, server design, cross-platform architectures, SAS products, storage, networking, and enterprise hardware
    • Expertise Linux system administration including configuration, troubleshooting, and automation.
    • Demonstrated leader in architecture topics (publishes articles, leads demand generation activities, and speaks at technical tracks for conferences and events
    • Strong facilitation and communications skills
    • Good knowledge of common technical environment technologies
    • Familiarity with fundamental networking/distributed computing environment concepts; can use nslookup or dig to check information in the DNS; understands basic routing concepts, etc.
    • Knowledge of change management procedures and version control
    • Ability to comprehend the details of complex, multi-tier, system and application software
    • Strong analytic, inductive, and deductive reasoning skills
    • Ability to effectively communicate designs and decisions to peers, customers and management

     

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