SAS

Senior Data Management (DM) Technical Consultant

IN-MH-Mumbai
Requisition ID
20017956
Job Category
Consulting
Travel Requirements
50%

Company Overview

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SAS is the global leader in analytics, with more than 40 years of industry leading innovation and award winning culture. Our employees are the heart of our business. With your help, we’ll continue to evolve and lead the way into the next frontier of analytics.

By joining the SAS Consulting team, you will be the face of SAS during implementation and delivery. Spend anywhere from days to years onsite with customers depending on the scale of the project. This is a hands-on technical role offering variety in both specialization and industry exposure.

Reporting into the Consulting manager, SAS India, has an exciting new position for a Senior Data Management (DM) Technical Consultant to join the team in the Mumbai office. The Senior DM consultant position is a senior role in the team and is primarily a billable role in which time will be spent working on client facing projects. 

Role responsibilities:

On smaller projects, the Senior DM Consultant will work with an overall Solution lead whilst being responsible for the following:

  • Gathering requirements for creating estimates
  • Creation of estimates for DM components during scope phase
  • Design of Data Models appropriate to the client and solution
  • Conducting data mapping exercises from source to target into the data model
  • Owning the design and delivery of the DM component of projects
  • Providing mentoring and support within the team.

On a large project, the Senior DM Consultant will responsible for:

  • Responsible for tasks (design and build/test) as assigned by Lead
  • Estimation for specific components for DI
  • Data Modelling
  • Participate in workshops 

Essential experience

  • SAS Data Integration Studio 4.2+
  • Understanding of of SAS Architecture: SAS Platform Administration
  • Excellent Base SAS and SAS Marco programming
  • Experience with integration with 3rd parties databases, including in-database execution
  • Ability to optimise other people’s code for performance
  • Good at writing technical documentation
  • Understanding of Project Planning and estimation (DM components fitting within broader solutions)
  • Excellent communication with the ability to present to groups and run workshops

 

About SAS:

 

With 2,500 employees in Asia Pacific and more than 14,000 worldwide, SAS has an extensive network of subject matter experts ready to apply their expertise to some of the world’s biggest challenges. SAS is the perfect place to be if you want a career in analytics and the SAS India offices are based in Mumbai, Delhi and Bangalore. From a market standpoint, SAS has a dominating presence in over 83,000 customer sites, ranging from telecommunications, banking, retail, manufacturing, government and others.

 

SAS helps organisations drive value from data. This includes detecting fraud, transforming customer experiences, and even finding cures for diseases. We give customers a 360-degree view of their business – from reporting on historical data, to real-time decisioning, through to forecasting future possibilities based on historical trends. We are also leading the way in the development of emerging technologies such as machine learning, deep learning and artificial intelligence.

 

If you are interested in furthering your career in analytics, there’s no better place than SAS. In joining SAS Philippines, you will have access to many benefits including retirement fund, medical coverage, holiday and leave entitlements, varied allowances including transportation, insurances, subsidized cafeteria onsite, social activities and more. Additionally, you can get your hands on new SAS technologies with access to free online training and lifelong learning opportunities.

 

  

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