.SAS is the largest privately owned software company in the world with over 13,000 employees. For almost 4 decades, SAS has been the leader in Business Analytics.
Internet of Things = Internet of Analytics for SAS
“Rather than IoT for Internet of Things, maybe it needs to be AoT—Analytics of Things. We apply analytics to the Internet of Things to begin to leverage what's going on out there” – Jim Davis, Senior Vice President and Chief Marketing Officer SAS
Whether you are checking the news, taking your medicine, using electricity, booking flights, using roads, withdrawing money, getting your tax return, shopping at a supermarket, using your mobile phone, SAS software has likely had an impact on the outcome. We have too many customer stories to tell as we have more than 1,000 customer sites here in Australia & New Zealand and over 75,000 globally.
In 2014, we were ranked the 4th best place to work in the world (only being beaten by Google, BCG and Acuity).
A recent IAPA Salary Survey shows that Data Analysts make 2-3 times the average Australian salary. Additionally, there is a global skills shortage for data scientists – estimated to be over 200,000 people in the US alone. If you want to work in Data Analytics, SAS is the place to be to supercharge your career! Needs stats info graphs
Would you like... tennis courts, squash courts, pool table and table tennis tables, fun runs, blood donation days, volunteering opportunities PLUS complimentary breakfast, drinks, tea & coffee, snacks, subsidised lunches and free parking?
Daily Work-life and Benefits
There a number of fringe benefits to working here at SAS. A snapshot of these benefits include:
Complimentary soft drinks all day, everyday!
Friday afternoon drinks
Catered kitchen with subsidised lunches
Complimentary sports facilities available 24/7
Table Tennis Table
Cricket oval (5 min walk)
Flexible working times
Friendly and supportive team working environment
On-site company parking
The SAS Graduate Program
SAS Australia and New Zealand hires graduates at the beginning of each year. Once commencing the program, graduates will be assigned training plans which include online training and face-to-face training.
Upon completing SAS training the following business function rotations will occur to put your new skills into practice.
Technical Support involves providing support to customers and solving their problems related to any SAS software and solution issues that arise. SAS Technical Support engineers have extensive knowledge of SAS solutions which enables them to identify and resolve issues remotely.
Consulting involves the implementation of SAS software and solutions at customer sites. Consultants are the technical specialists who work on site with our customers on the implementation and delivery of SAS solutions.
Pre Sales involves selling SAS software and solutions to potential customers. Whilst the sales team is responsible for the actual sale, the pre sales team acts as the technical experts during the sales cycle. This includes presentations and demonstrations for customers.
I want to apply
You've only got one (1) month to get us your application – so get cracking!
Opens: 01 AUG Closes: 31 AUG
Shortlisted candidates will be contacted.
Am I eligible to apply?
To be eligible for the SAS Graduate Program, you MUST fit the following criteria:
Full Australian Work Rights – Australian Citizenship or Permanent Residency ONLY.
A completed Bachelor Degree (or higher) in a relevant study area.
The Degree must have been completed within the last 2 years.
Ok, I’ve found the job - what do I upload again?
Please include the following documents when you apply for the Graduate Application Program:
SAS Graduate Application Form
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Working within the company has shown me why SAS is highly ranked as a global Great Place to Work, with a great environment and friendly, helpful people.
The SAS ANZ Graduate Program begins accepting applications in mid to late August. SAS ANZ extends offers to the successful graduates in September and the program commences early the following year. You will find the application link here. To apply please submit a copy of your resume, cover letter and academic transcript. If you have any queries please contact us via email.