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SAP ABAP Developer

Job Title: SAP ABAP Developer
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Hampshire, England
Salary: £35000 - £40000 per annum + Bonus + Package
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8458_1499189526
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Montash are working with a leading end user client based in Hampshire who currently have a permanent opportunity for an experienced SAP ABAP Developer to join their organisation.

Focused on application development, you'll work within agile teams to build and deliver innovative software, with an emphasis on ABAP, SQL, BAPIs and ABAP Objects. Although this is very much a SAP Focused opportunity - there are other technologies used so a flexible and adaptable approach to using other solutions would be extremely beneficial.

You will need;

  • Strong and proven background within SAP ABAP
  • ALV, IDOCS,SAP Scripts...
  • Experience with SAP modules such as - FI/CO, SD,MM
  • Experience with other applications such as Oracle, Java etc would be highly advantageous but not essential
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills
  • Flexible working approach

This is a great opportunity to work in an agile environment and work on exciting projects that deliver key services to the Business.

Experienced SAP ABAP Developers who would be interested in hearing more about this opportunity should get in touch for further details.

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