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ABAP - Technical Analyst - Budapest - one year contract

posted Feb 8, 2010, 11:52 PM by Cezar Maroti   [ updated Feb 15, 2010, 6:06 AM ]

Job Description:

  • The individual in this position will work as a member of a global team and will be working on site in Budapest, Hungary. A high degree of working hour flexibility along with time zone awareness and consideration for cultural differences is require.

  • Experienced ABAP Developer (> 5 years) to participate on SAP coding efforts, including:

    • Interfaces with the process teams & development lead to understand functional requirement and finalize technical design specifications.

    • Code the solutions which consist of enhancements, reports, interfaces, data conversions and Adobe Interactive Forms development.

    • This includes creation of programs in SAP's proprietary language - ABAP, Webdynpro ABAP, Javascript for developing ADOBE Interactive Forms, configuration, QA, unit testing, creation and promotion of transports to acceptance and production, liaison with BATCH and BASIS and Process/Project teams.

  • Responsible for supporting integration testing, user acceptance testing, cut-over activities, and warrantee period support

  • Provides support to custom built applications.

  • Provides technical support for business critical interfaces.

    • This includes problem resolution following operational failures of interfaces.

  • Reviews, Analyze and implements OSS notes.

  • Maintain technical design & construction documentation

  • Downstream SPS (SAP Programming Services) provides custom SAP development (ABAP, WebDynpro ABAP, Javascript) and support for SAP instances used by users worldwide.

    • This includes: interfaces with non-SAP applications; extensions to SAP itself in the form of user exits; customized SAP reports; front end (End User GUI) configuration.

Salary: 4000-5000 Euro per month

Skill Requirement:

Must Have Soft Skill Requirements:

  • Must speak, read and write English fluently.

  • Able to articulate technical issues to a non-technical audience.

  • Able to refine requirements from business end users, update technical design specification documentation.

  • Act as a mentor and focal point for more inexperienced developers.

  • Technical Analysis & Problem solving skills.

  • Able to be productive when working asynchronously with colleagues located around the globe.

Must Have Professional Skill Requirements:

  • Extensive experience developing in SAP ABAP Languages & using SAP Workbench.

  • Knowledge of the ALE/IDOC/RFC system services.

  • Knowledge of one of the followings: Work Flow, SAPScripts, SmartForms.

  • Knowledge of Authorization Checks.

  • Experience with Dialog Programming, User Exits & Transport Workbench (Transport requests).

  • Knowledge of methods, processes, and techniques for delivering new or enhanced functionality

  • Experience with OSS Notes Implementation / Core code changes.

  • Working knowledge of other SAP Technology; expected to understand the end-to-end technical SAP solution, including impact to support teams (Basis, Batch).

Required technical skills for planned assignment

  • Strong ABAP experience in ECC6 and at least in one of the older SAP versions (3.1, 4.0, 4.6).

  • Good application knowledge in one of the following modules: FI, SCM, Oil movements.

Nice to have requirements:

  • Experience with WebDynpro ABAP

  • Experience of JavaScripting

  • Knowledge of Adobe Interactive Forms

  • Knowledge of Customer Master maintenance

  • Experience in TSW (Trading Solution Workbench)

  • SAP R/3 BASIS and process/functional knowledge (at least one SAP module).

  • Knowledge of Screen Painter, ABAP List Viewer (ALV).

  • Knowledge of XI, NetWeaver.

  • Working knowledge of security and controls requirements and SAP operational procedures.

  • Use of ABAP Objects / Object-oriented programming.

  • Prior experience with large-scale, global SAP installations.

  • Prior experience with multiple R/3 implementation types (i.e FI-CO, MM, PS, HR, CRM, BW implementations).


Cezar Maroti,
Feb 11, 2010, 12:48 AM