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SAS Consultant - Business Intelligence - Innsbruck, Austria

Job Title: SAS Consultant - Business Intelligence - Innsbruck, Austria
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Innsbruck, Tyrol
Salary: €70000.00 - €75000.00 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J7220_1487241241
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

SAS Consultant - Business Intelligence - Innsbruck, Austria - Up to €75,000

Our client a global retail company with a revenue of 2.6 billion are actively seeking a SAS Consultant to join their team (based in Innsbruck) on a permanent basis.

The SAS Consultant will be responsible for maintaining and developing the analytic software platform as well as supporting the BI SAS Team in gathering and preparing data to provide measures and performance indicators to the business users.

This role is offering up to €75,000 base and a relocation package is on offer.

Essential Skills:

  • Excellent SAS Base programming skills and know how in data integration
  • Experience with Windows Server, services, permissions and Windows Scheduler
  • Advanced skills in SAS DI Studio (ETL Jobs and data modelling)
  • Written and spoken fluency in English, German would be an advantage
  • Knowledge in VB Coding in Excel and SAP BI skills are a plus


  • Data modelling, data handling as well as database administration and maintenance in SAS
  • Monitoring and optimization the operational system of SAS
  • Building, testing and documenting data integration jobs in SAS with DI Studio
  • Base SAS programming and VB coding in MS Excel
  • Administering users, groups and applications in SAS Management Console (SMC)
  • Close communication with internal partners and stakeholders

If this SAS Consultant role is of interest, then please respond with an up to date CV.

SAS Consultant - Business Intelligence - Innsbruck, Austria - Up to €75,000

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