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About this job : ABAP Programmer / Analyst

Fed IT, a recruitment firm specializing in recruitment for IT jobs, we work on two types of recruitment: temporary and permanent. All our consultants are IT experts who speak your language and evolve in your world. We cover the IT, development, decision-making and infrastructure professions.

We are looking for an ABAP programmer analyst for one of our clients located on the south shore of Montreal.

As part of a large-scale digital transformation project for the company, your missions will be:

Your missions

* Continue the evolution and integration of the SAP solution to optimize processes and thus increase the efficiency and performance of the company.
* Manage the development of workflows, contributions, interfaces, extensions and forms.
* Work in collaboration with functional analysts to identify suitable solutions, better understand their feasibility, while respecting SAP standards.
* Analyze, compile and synthesize the various business and functional requirements in order to translate them into technical development specifications.
* Document all developments.
* Maintain the ABAP developments of the various already existing business processes.
* Perform unit tests and prepare functional and integrated test scenarios.

Your profile

* DEC or BAC in computer science, engineering or any combination of relevant training.
* At least 3 years of experience developing SAP solutions.
* Mastery and knowledge of the ABAP programming language (User Exit, BADI, BAPI, Routines, Adobe Forms).
* Knowledge of HTML, Javascript and CSS (an asset)
* Functional knowledge of FI, CO, SD, MM and SAP Fiori modules.
* Functional knowledge of SAP S4 / HANA ERP.
* Good communicator, interpersonal skills, team player
* Functional English

You can contact me at guillaumefrealle@fedit.ca, or at 581-984-4920.

Find all of our offers on www.fedit.ca


Vous pouvez me contactez sur guillaumefrealle@fedit.ca, ou au 581-984-4920.

Retrouvez l'ensemble de nos offres sur www.fedit.ca

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