Experienced SAS Developer required to join Financial Services client in Dublin City Centre for an initial 12 month contract with a view to extension.
SAS Programmer – Contract
The role will require the successful candidate:
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If you are interested in this role – please apply for this role with your updated CV and I will be in touch to discuss your application in detail. Or for a confidential discussion and insight into this client and role please reach out to Stephen at Eolas.
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