Data Engineer (SAS)

Auckland
Tribe Recruitment ltd
Permanent





Job Description:

About the Role

Responsible for technical developments derived from business initiatives, you will use your extensive SAS experience to develop customer-centric data solutions. With multiple data sources you will be responsible for developing and operating data pipelines to support future capability within the business.

Working in cross functional squads, you will work to build integrated and reusable data pipelines and transformations that enable faster data access, integrated data reuse and improved time-to-solution. A key part of the role is being responsible for moving these data pipelines effectively into production and making curated data sets available for key data consumers.

About You

You are

Experienced SAS developer / programmer with experience working in large complex data environments.

Skilled in translating business requirements into technical requirements and developing robust data solutions.

A team player who enjoys problem solving and working in multiple projects at once.

About the Company

This is a team that has grown hugely and have since become one of the teams to work for given their high engagement scores and strong team culture. As well as being able to offer the chance to work in Wellington or Auckland, flexible working arrangements not only include location but hours to suit your home life.

Apply Now!

To find out more, please get in touch with Sarah White on (027) 505 3472 for a confidential chat.

To apply for this vacancy you MUST be a New Zealand citizen, resident, or have already secured the right to work in New Zealand and therefore hold a valid visa.

At Tribe we have our guiding light to show us the way. We bring our whole selves to work. We encourage inclusion in every single interaction. We genuinely care about people and are curious about their stories. We celebrate all points of view. We will help you find your tribe, the same way we have. We’re all on a journey together so come along…



















Posted on: 

27 April 2021