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SAP ABAP Developer

Job Title: SAP ABAP Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hannover, Niedersachsen
Salary: £450 - £600 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J8363_1499438530
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Our client is looking for an experience SAP ABAP Developer to join their technical team at their base in Hannover, Germany on a 3-month contract.

You will be responsible for coding, testing and documenting business application programs, and assisting in the analysis and correction of application program processing errors in a live production environment.

You will need:-

  • Proven SAP ABAP experience over a minimum of 5 years
  • Strong knowledge in SD/MM, FI and CO modules
  • Extensive module modification experience with one or more of the following: IDOC; ALE, BDC, BOR etc.
  • Ability to clarify functional requirements and then work effectively on identifying a technical solution
  • Fluent German written/verbal is essential

The daily rate will be up to €600 per day dependent on experience.

Please apply today to be considered for this position.

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