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Job Title: SAP ABAP
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Lyon, Rhône-Alpes
Salary: €500 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 1 Month
REF: J9412_1505140952
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  • SAP HCM ABAP Developer for the HCM HRIS functional area
  • Perform as a technical resource in HCM HRIS functional area
  • Review and understand business requirements and convert technical specs
  • Responsible for creating/changing/leveraging existing HR ABAP components
  • Responsible for changing Webdynpro (ABAP and Java) applications
  • Experience integrating SAP with other applications creating and consuming Web APIs (FIORI preferred)
  • Experience integrating SAP HR module with other SAP modules (Finance)
  • Vendor interface development for vendors
  • Developing and delivering SAP workflow-based solutions
  • Perform unit and integration testing
  • Analyze processes and identify solutions using best practices and industry standards
  • Defect resolution including debugging complex scenarios
  • Responsible for creating and maintain technical documentation

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