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SAP ABAP Developer

Job Title: SAP ABAP Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Den Haag, South Holland
Salary: €500 - €650 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 2-4 Weeks
REF: J8346_1498063403
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

SAP ABAP Developer

Our industry-leading client is looking for an experienced SAP ABAP Developer to join their team for a short-term engagement at their base in The Hague, Netherlands.

With a multitude of projects ongoing, they are looking for an SAP ABAP Developer to offer their expertise around modification within their current SAP logistics set-up. This is a key area that my client would like to be addressed over a two to four week period.

You will need:

  • Expertise with SAP ABAP, with particular focus on areas of logistics (SD/MM)
  • Minimum 5 years experience in developing solutions within SAP ABAP
  • Ability to identify and solve issues effectively within SAP ABAP
  • Fluent Dutch or English written and verbal

The rate is negotiable dependant upon experience, up to €650 per day

Please apply today to be considered for this position.

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