We are seeking a SAS Programmer for a client of ours in the North Chicago area specializing in pharmaceutical R&D.
Accountable for developing software code and associated life cycle deliverables for PC and Mainframe applications. Interprets process, data modules, and business requirements into software code. Analyzes, designs, develops, implements and maintains moderate to complex computer programs and subsystems. Performs all of the steps required to design, test, and code such programs. Develops procedures and operating instructions, and successfully moves programs into production. Provides production support through problems analysis and resolution to correct deficiencies. Performs assignments under direct supervision.
This project involves modification of SAS programs, Unix shell scripts and working with other application interfacing with SAS environment. Experience with Linux environment and Unix shell scripting is required. Customization of GNOME X Windows is desirable.
Analyze problem or new request; design problem or new request resolution; familiar with SDLC methodologies; develop program specifications; design testing requirements; code modules according to specifications and client standards; prepare test plan and test modules; develop program and system documentation; conduct program and system implementation; maintain application production environment; respond and resolve production problems; and respond and resolve user inquiries.
Please contact me if you or someone you know might be a good fit. We do offer a $500 referral bonus if you refer someone who ends up contracting through ATR.
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