The Software Performance Engineering team at SAS works with development teams by analyzing hardware and software components to ensure that SAS software performs optimally. As a member of the Performance Analysis team you will be responsible for designing, authoring, and executing analyses as part of the development process and for the purposes of providing a better experience for internal and external SAS customers.
In this role, you will work with multiple operating systems/environments, both physical and virtual, to analyze behavior and performance of SAS Software in the context of complex software/hardware stacks against expectations for their behavior. This role will collaborate with system architecture, development, and testing teams to perform analysis of SAS software - analyzing code, logs, software monitoring and tracing tool output, physical/virtual hardware monitoring and tracing tool output to determine architecture, infrastructure, and code level performance bottlenecks and identify performance optimizations. Additionally, this person will tune 3rd party software for optimal performance with SAS Software.
SAS looks not only for the right skills, but also for a cultural fit. We seek colleagues who will contribute to the unique culture that makes SAS such a great place to work. We look for the total candidate: technical skills, culture fit, relationship skills, problem solvers, good communicators and, of course, innovators. Candidates must be ready to make an impact.
To qualify, applicants must be legally authorized to work in the United States, and should not require, now or in the future, sponsorship for employment visa status.SAS is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. The level of this position will be determined based on the applicant's education, skills and experience. Resumes may be considered in the order they are received. SAS employees performing certain job functions may require access to technology or software subject to export or import regulations. To comply with these regulations, SAS may obtain nationality or citizenship information from applicants for employment. SAS collects this information solely for trade law compliance purposes and does not use it to discriminate unfairly in the hiring process.