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SAP HANA Consultant

Job Title: SAP HANA Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: €800 - €900 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8790_1501489661
Contact Name: Mitchell Forbes
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

SAP HANA Consultant - Frankfurt - €800-€900 per day

Our Pharmaceutical client is seeking a SAP HANA Consultant, with excellent communication skills to work on a large-scale project for an initial period of 6 months (with a strong likelihood of extension).

Essential Skills:

  • BW Development experience
  • SAP ECC experience with at least 2 logistics modules from the following: MM, PP, PM, SD
  • Strong data modelling skills with very strong knowledge of the BW development tools
  • SAP BW on HANA delivery experience
  • Proven experience in BW/BI Analytics project delivery
  • Strong ABAP skills with good OO experience/knowledge
  • Strong problem-solving skills

Desirable Skills:

  • Knowledge of BW-IP
  • Performance evaluation and investigation skills
  • Knowledge of BPC & APO source systems to BW
  • Experience of HANA-AMDP
  • SAP Design Studio experience
  • SAP HANA Certifications
  • SAP BQ Certifications

This is a superb opportunity to be involved in a European leading project on a long-term basis. Please get in touch for more details!

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