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SAP ABAP Development Manager - Swindon - £60,000 - £65,000

Job Title: SAP ABAP Development Manager - Swindon - £60,000 - £65,000
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Swindon, Wiltshire
Salary: £60000.00 - £65000.00 per annum
REF: J6965
Contact Name: Vikki Bayfield
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

SAP ABAP Development Manager - Swindon - £60,000 - £65,000

Our client a specialist distributor with a revenue over £1 million are actively seeking a SAP ABAP Development Manager who will be responsible for leading a team of up to 8 SAP ABAP and PI/PO Developers. This role will be 50% managerial and 50% technical, with the ideal candidate coming from a SAP Development background with SAP ABAP experience.

Required Skills:

  • Proven track record of managing at least 5 SAP ABAP Developers
  • Experience in carrying out 121s and setting performance/objective goals
  • Stakeholder management experience
  • Extensive experience in designing and implementing SAP Solutions
  • Vast experience in SAP Development Projects
  • Knowledge in areas such as SAP ABAP, idoc/ale, SAPscript, Smartforms, EDI
  • SAP ABAP experience, FI/CO, MM, SD, WM.


  • To lead the development team in the delivery of the defined projects
  • To lead the SAP development team by establishing a set of performance goals and carry out, bi-monthly one-to-ones to follow-up and review progress against goals.
  • Responsible for managing the resolution of level 3 faults where assigned, and providing out of hours' support, when/as agreed.
  • Responsible for identifying and implementing technical solutions to enhance the performance and reliability of developed SAP applications.

If this SAP ABAP Development Manager role is of interest then please respond with an up to date CV.

SAP ABAP Development Manager - Swindon - £60,000 - £65,000

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