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SAP Developer - Birmingham - Competitive Salary

Job Title: SAP Developer - Birmingham - Competitive Salary
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
Salary: £50000.00 - £60000.00 per annum + company benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6803
Contact Name: Jack Jeffery
Contact Email:
Job Published: 9 months ago

Job Description

SAP Developer BW/BPC

I am currently partnered with a global leading business process outsourcing company with and end client in Birmingham who require a SAP BW/BPC Developer to join an existing team due to tremendous growth.

Job responsibilities (in brief):

  • Design, document and implement reporting in SAP BW.
  • Design, document and implement reporting into SAP BPC.
  • Exploitation of HANA technology for BW and BPC.

The successful candidate will be experienced in the following:

  • Experience of multiple major projects with SAP BW/BI - ideally HR/HCM/CRM. (BW 7.3/7.4)
  • Experience of finance projects on SAP BPC 10.1.
  • Experience of BW Data Management techniques.
  • Excellent communication skills and previous experience in a client facing role.

This is a permanent position based in Central Birmingham.

This position is paying a competitive market salary alongside a lucrative benefits scheme.

If you are interested in this position apply with an up to date CV and I will be in touch shortly.

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