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SAP Hybris Consultant

Job Title: SAP Hybris Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Berlin
Salary: £800 - £1000 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J6955_1490633029
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

Key responsibilities :

· Work with Client development partners to define and assess application and technical requirements and understand the current state of technology to define opportunities that create business value

· Fully understand the capabilities and limitations of the technical environments

· Provide in depth technical knowledge of hybris platform and products

· Develop solution for the agreed requirements and align the processes with OOTB features

· Develop architecture of the Hybris-based solutions collaborating with customer and Client technical team

· Support successful project implementation phase on a technical level

· Manage technical and non-functional requirements

Key Skills/Knowledge:

· Experience of implementing and/or supporting large web based applications server-based systems

· Excellent knowledge in OO software architecture/design

· At least 5 years of experience with Java/J2EE

· Experience in front end and framework technologies

· Must be used to working to standards

· Previous customer facing experience

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