SAS Team Lead with Data Engineer Progression Opportunities * Surrey * £Competitive * J11803
A respected global brand has an exciting opportunity for a SAS Team Lead to manage and mentor a small team of talented analyst within a complex SAS data migration to Azure Cloud.
You will have hands on experience of SAS programming and ideally SAS data warehousing. It would be highly advantageous if you have experience of working in an Azure Cloud environment, but if not you will you be trained in this, as you will be part of a larger company migration project.
Additionally, experience of managing projects within an agile environment would be beneficial coupled with effective written and verbal communication skills. You will have proven stakeholder management experience and the ability to translate complex technical concepts to a non-technical audience is essential.
This is a fantastic opportunity for someone looking to make a move into management. You will be given support from the offset as you progress along your journey. There will so be an opportunity for you to upskill and migrate your skills to Azure cloud engineering as you will be part of the data migration process as the company optimise their systems. Hybrid working is also available.
The new year is approaching and a fresh challenge might be on the cards.. If you have strong technical SAS programming skills and are looking to move to working in a cloud architecture, don't, just hit the apply button!
Please note we can only accept applications from those with current UK working rights for this role, this client cannot offer visa sponsorship.
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