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BI Consultant - SAS

Job Title: BI Consultant - SAS
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Zürich,
Industry:
Salary: £800 - £1000 per day + SWISS FRANC
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 8 Months
REF: JO5673
Contact Name: Alex Candeland
Contact Email: alexc@montash.com
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash have been engaged by a Global Production and Retail organisation, once of the most famous brands in the world to supply a consultant for 8 months (with very possible extension).

We are looking for a Business Intelligence Consultant - SAS to help implement and maintain all reporting data marts, ad-hoc analysis and analytical solutions for their Global demand planning team.

Main Task

  1. Collect and define business requirements of quantitative analysis for several business departments (Demand Planning/S&OP, CRM and Supply Chain)
  2. Define technical requirements for IT implementation and data integration in SAS
  3. Maintain and enhance existing data marts
  4. Create data collection templates and process them in SAS
  5. Create ad-hoc analysis in SAS with a focus on analytical functions, such as simulation, predictive modeling and optimization
  6. Check data quality of all key figures imported to and used in the SAS data warehouse
  7. Document existing and projected reporting-, planning- and analytical solutions

Requirements

  1. A combination of business acumen, programming skills and the capability to present results in a business oriented way
  2. An understanding of operational planning-, retail- and supply chain processes.
  3. A background of the back-end systems SAP R/3 (MM, SD, FICO) and SAP Business Warehouse

Please send your CV for consideration.

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