Job Description :
Role: SAS Admin
Location: Monterey Park, CA
Type: Fulltime preferred (Contract option avl)

Description:

SAS Administration skills (3+ years, minimum) in the following areas – required:
General:
a. Must be
i. self-directed
ii. able to assess and propose/implement user requests across multiple environments
iii. use FACLs on RHEL Linux
b. SAS Metadata (9.2/9.3/9.4)
i. Use of ACTs and Groups across user segments
ii. Promotion of Objects/Users between environments
c. SAS Resource Creation
i. Oracle
ii. SAS/Share and Shared Libraries
iii. MS SQL
iv. ODBC (highlight which products
v. GreenPlum/Pivotal (plus)
d. SAS Enterprise Guide ( SAS 9.2/9.3/9.4 based )
i. Strong familiarity with SAS EG
ii. Conversion of SAS EG projects to standalone code (plus)
e. SAS Web Report Studio and SAS BI Portal ( SAS 9.2/9.3/9.4 based )
i. Assist users in creating Portal/WRS content
ii. Provision permissions for objects created
f. Understand stored process creation process and maintenance (plus)
g. SAS Enterprise Miner ( SAS 9.2/9.3/9.4 based ) plus)
i. Web Based configurations
ii. User Desktop support
h. SAS Data Integration Studio ( SAS 9.2/9.3/9.x based ) (plus)
i. SAS Studio (plus)
i. Web App
ii. Desktop
j. Grid implementations (plus)
k. SAS programming (plus)

2. Vertical Experience (preferred)
a. Credit Scoring for Banking (4.x-5.x) (plus)
b. SAS AML and ECM (plus)
c. Greenplum/Pivotal (plus)

3. Moderate Unix scripting skills (plus)
Unix scripting is currently being used or planning to be used in automating processes for standalone SAS program execution. Autosys is used as the automation engine. We use Unix scripts for SAS housekeeping activities such as system backups, cleanup of orphaned work files and logs. Planned usage will be extraction of data from Metadata into combined Portals for user access at a glance and populate the Employee dimension warehouse tables for historical user access grants and removals.
a. Bash
b. Shell
c. Perl (preferred)
i. Perl with SAS (plus)

4. Other
a. Must be able to create CLEAR concise user documentation that permit Union Bank specific user self-help and can be utilized by first level support desk personnel
b. Must be able to create CLEAR concise administration documentation that would permit continued Union Bank operations in the event of disaster.
c. Demonstrate reasonable troubleshooting techniques and practices