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SAS Architect - BI architect - Business Intelligence Architect

Job Title: SAS Architect - BI architect - Business Intelligence Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany,
Salary: €65000 - €90000 per annum + Bonus
Contact Name: Colin McGill
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 1 year ago

Job Description

SAS Architect - BI architect - Business Intelligence Architect


Key Skills: SAS, SAS Analytics, BI Architect, SAS Architect,


A Leading multinational seeks a skilled BI Architect to join its rapidly expanding German Operations.


Role Responsibility

  • Design, Architecture design and implementation of complex BI and Data Warehouse (DWH) solutions in cooperation with international and interdisciplinary project teams
  • Project implementation in one of the following subject areas: Supply Chain Intelligence, Risk Management, Data Governance, BCBS 239, Solvency II / ORSA, etc.
  • Advising our clients, in particular the clarification of requirements, feasibility and preparation of technical specifications
  • Personal responsibility for developing sophisticated solutions including development, testing and operating leadership and responsibility for SAS migrations in the DWH
  • If necessary, Acquisition of project management and support sales activities


Your Profile


  • A degree in (business) computer science, mathematics, statistics or equivalent education
  • Demonstrable expertise in the areas of information management and BI architectures as well as in the use of multiple SAS products (ideally by a certification)
  • Several years of experience in the SAS programming and implementation of business intelligence and analytic projects
  • Ideally you will have expertise in one or more industries such as banking, insurance, healthcare and manufacturing.
  • Strong analytical skills, communication skills and team spirit supplemented by a goal-oriented way of working
  • Great joy on direct customer contact, high self-motivation and willingness comprehensive travel

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