Experienced SAS Visual Data Builder

Company Name:
Analytiks International Inc
Experienced SAS Visual Data Builder
Financial Services
Location: Ashboro, NC.
100% Onsite
Contract Duration: 4 weeks/30 hours per week
Start Date: ASAP

This customer is looking to bring onboard a SAS Data expert with the ability to create SAS data marts using SAS/Visual Data Builder to be utilized by SAS/Visual Analytics. The customer has a variety of data sources, so this individual needs to understand data relationships how to integrate multiple data sources into one data mart including cleansing data as necessary. Customer receives monthly data feeds in multiple formats including CSV, RDBMS, ODBC, fixed width, etc. Additionally, the majority of the data comes from a core Banking System known as Jack Henry Silver Lake housed on an AS/400 platform, so experience with this data source is important.

Skill Set and Job Requirements

We are seeking a consultant to assess current state of this Customer's process for preparing data to build dashboards using SAS/Visual Analytics. This includes the review of all source files, all SAS related jobs/processes for moving/transforming/cleansing source files into SAS datasets/datamarts, all SAS related jobs/processes that load data into target SAS datasets/datamarts. This includes assessment of the installation and administration of the SAS footprint to ensure all user rights and access have been set correctly. This includes review and facilitation of resolution of all submitted SAS Tech Support tickets. This includes knowledge transfer of the updated end-to-end process.

Specific Skillsets
o Experience with SAS/Enterprise Guide
o Experience with SAS/Visual Analytics
o Experience with SAS/Visual Data Builder
o Experience with SAS/BASE
o Experience using SAS/Visual Data Builder to build analytical data marts to be fed into Visual Analytics.
o Experience with Jack Henry Silver Lake

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