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SAP Technical Solution Architect

Job Title: SAP Technical Solution Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, England
Salary: £90000 - £100000 per annum + Generous Benefits Package
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J8349_1498575336
Contact Name: Lois Hinken
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Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Our client is a leading Telecomms company based in the UK. They are looking for a Technical Solution Architect (SAP) to join them on a permanent basis at their cutting-edge offices in the heart of London.

You will join an expanding technical team that drive innovation and creativity in delivering solutions, and have the opportunity to be a part of global projects.

You will need:-

  • Strong understanding of SAP HANA, SAP NetWeaver architecture and related SAP products, as well as other related database technologies
  • Knowledge of SAP HANA Enterprise Cloud (HEC) and HANA Cloud Platform (HCP) is advantageous
  • Experience in managing a complex SAP landscape/environment that supports core business functions in accordance with best business practice
  • Familiarity with areas of technical testing
  • Excellent stakeholder engagement skills, able to consult effectively with the business

For the opportunity to discuss in more detail, please apply today.

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