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SAP BASIS Administrator

Job Title: SAP BASIS Administrator
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany
Salary: €45000 - €50000 per month
REF: J7813_1493111685
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a leading end user client based in Germany who are currently looking for a SAP BASIS Administrator or a permanent basis.

The main objective for this position will be to provide technical support across the organisations BASIS platform.


  • You take over the tasks of basic support and further development of the SAP system landscapes (ERP / BW / Portal).
  • In addition to the SAP systems, you also support the SAP database DB2 and the satellite systems (such as EDI).
  • Implement installations and upgrades (EHPs / new installations) as well as DB upgrades and migrations.
  • They ensure the performance analysis and optimization of the systems.
  • Carry out the SAP archiving.

You will need;

  • a strong background within SAP BASIS Administration
  • Experience/knowledge of SAP BW and ABAP would be highly advantageous but not essential
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Good team player and a flexible approach to working

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