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SAP eWM Technical Consultant

Job Title: SAP eWM Technical Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: France, France
Salary: €400.00 - €500.00 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J9753_1506437753
Contact Name: Lois Hinken
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Job Published: 23 days ago

Job Description

My client are currently looking for a Technical SAP eWM Consultant to join their team in Northern France.

Responsibilities and Tasks;

-Designs and develops extensions, data interfaces, and user interfaces on the SAPEWM platform

-Interfaces with other developers to ensure that systems are designed for reliability, performance and testability

-Creates and executes unit test scripts to ensure the development objects provide accurate results and meet requirements of the business.

Required skills and abilities;

-Strong technical background coupled with in-depth experience developing ABAP and Object Oriented ABAP applications on an SAP NetWeaver platform

-Experienced in SAP Enhancement Framework (BADIs, User Exits, Customer Exits)

-2+ years ABAP development experience on EWM and/or ECC

-One or more full project life cycle SAP implementations

-Solid understanding of the SAP EWM RF framework and RF configuration

-Solid understanding of the SAP EWM PPF framework and PPF configuration

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