As a Software Developer at SAS, you will work on the design, development, and debugging of the SAS prompt rendering component. This component is used for rendering SAS Studio tasks and is also used as a prompting framework in other SAS applications. SAS Studio tasks are point and click user interfaces which generate SAS code. The task rendering team does not write the tasks themselves – those are written outside of this division. Instead, the task runtime is responsible for interpreting and rendering the task definition files written for SAS Studio. These task definition files are XML in a format we call CTM (Common Task Model). You will work with the task authors to identify needed enhancements to the task runtime and aid in answering questions and tracking down bugs.
Additional Skills and Abilities:
SAS looks not only for the right skills, but also a fit to our core values. We seek colleagues who will contribute to the unique values that makes SAS such a great place to work. We look for the total candidate: technical skills, values 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 are considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, national origin, disability status, protected veteran status or any other characteristic protected by law. Read more: Equal Employment Opportunity is the Law. Also view the supplement EEO is the Law, and the notice Pay Transparency
Equivalent combination of education, training and experience may be considered in place of the above qualifications. 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.