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SAS is a workplace like no other. The work we do makes a difference. Our ideas are valued. The way we live matters, both on and off the job.
We believe in stimulating work, an empowering management philosophy where you are encouraged to take risks and an inspiring work place where creativity thrives.
SAS Middle East encourages professionals in our domain to let us know about their ambitions. To apply send your resume to CareerME@sas.com.
Anything is possible here.
Learn about "what's not to love" with a career at SAS.
SAS’ strength comes from its culture which is rich in diverse people, talent and ideas. Our collective strength and passion for what we do drive innovative solutions that solve the most complex customer problems.
Vice President, SAS Human Resources
The Emerging Leaders program impacted me personally and professionally through workshops, coffees with executive leadership and connections to like-minded peers. My biggest lesson was that I can be an influential leader regardless of title.
Kirsten Hamstra Global Social Media Manager, External Communications
People who leap at the chance to pursue adventure and explore creativity ... and relish the freedom to take chances.
Whether at work or at play, we believe in building strong connections.
Senior Software Developer Michelle Barillaro shares why she likes working at SAS – because she drops her daughter off at school, goes to her office and works directly on a product that keeps her daughter safe.
Learn why Warren Kuhfeld, R&D Director, who was diagnosed with prostate cancer has a passion for SAS.
The SAS environment respects ethnic, cultural and lifestyle differences. When these broad ranges of perspective and experiences come together, the results are transformative.
SAS encourages women to pursue excellence. It is refreshing to focus on the positive aspects of not only choosing technology as a career, but thriving in technology.
Organizational Development Manager, Human Resources
Find out about R3, a SAS program to recognize, recruit and retain minority and female students in technical jobs.
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