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Sr. SAS Developer

Secunderabad, Telangana
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RequirementsSr. SAS Developer need to work 1PM 10 PM ShiftCode, test, debug, document and maintain SAS programsDevelop ETL from relational sources to SAS LASR serverExtract data from databases using SAS SQL procedures and write code to manipulate, aggregate and merge datasetsDesign LASR reporting base tables and develop insightful visualizations using SAS VACollaborate with system integration and data warehouse engineers on data extraction and data cleansingWork in a highly interactive, team-oriented environmentJob Description5+ years SAS programming experiencePreferred Qualifications Bachelors degree or betterBase SAS CertificationAdvanced SAS CertificationGood Experience in working with Base SAS(DATA STEP), SAS/MACRO, Proc SQLExperience in designing SAS VA reports using VA Data builder, VA Explorer, VA Designer, VA Viewer and creating custom reports in SAS VAGood Knowledge on procedures PROC Tabulate, PROC Report for data visualizationExperience working with large data setsExperience in replicating manual processes in SAS Enterprise Guide as projects so that users who don't have any knowledge on SAS can run those processes in SAS for getting their output data and help them visualize the data using Proc Tabulate and Proc ReportDevelop high quality SAS code that is efficient (fast), automated, maintainable, and follows industry best practicesAble to troubleshoot form issues (data not showing up, error messages from SAS add in or SAS FM add in)Must be knowledgeable of SAS best practices (enterprise guide, stored processes, information maps, and web reports studio)Strong UNIX and SQL experience
Additional Degree: BE/ B.Tech (Engineering)

Experience: 5-7


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