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SAP PI Developer

Job Title: SAP PI Developer
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hannover (30165), Niedersachsen
Salary: £550 - £620 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months Min.
REF: J8613_1500468042
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently engaging with a major client in Hannover to look for a SAP ABAP / PI Developer to join their ongoing project based in Hannover.

As our client is moving into a critical new phase of the project, they are looking for somebody with hands-on PI development experience that is comfortable with the integration of legacy data/processes, conceptual design and mapping of interfaces.

This will be a minimum 3-month contract, with strong possibility of extension into 2018.

You will require:

  • Strong Hands-on experience with PI development, in a range of projects
  • Experience in the conceptual design and build of mapping interfaces
  • Excellent technical skill with SAP ABAP (particularly relating to areas of SD/MM/FI) and ABAP OO
  • Exposure to AIF (Application Interface Framework) as a SAP add-on tool
  • Ability to engage with functional consultants, working alongside them and being able to challenge the business in key areas with a consultative approach
  • Fluent English written and verbal is essential, with fluent German desirable

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