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SAP developer (f/m/d)

Helmholtz Association of German Research Centres
Closing date
21 Jul 2024

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Job Type
Employment - Hours
Full time

Job Details

Work group:

Application Services

Area of research:


Job description:

Reference No. IT 2024/6

The Department Application Services is looking for

SAP developer (f/m/d)

Your Tasks

  • You are responsible for all programming activities (especially ABAP) in our SAP environment and ensure their timely and quality-compliant implementation.
  • You will take up requirements in the specialist departments and with the SAP key users and create implementation concepts according to common project management methods.
  • You will implement the programming requirements in the SAP systems and their interfaces.
  • You optimise existing programs and identify opportunities for improvement.
  • You analyse programs for performance bottlenecks and IT and data security.
  • You will coordinate cooperation with external and internal service providers.
Your Profile
  • Completed university degree, preferably in computer science, or equivalent skills and experience in corresponding activities
  • In-depth knowledge of the programming language ABAP including ABAP Objects and good general knowledge of programming software
  • Very good knowledge in the use of SAP standard analysis tools and in debugging ABAP applications
  • Good knowledge of requirements engineering for recording requirements
  • Practical experience in being in contact with customers and external service providers as well as in the realisation of projects
  • Very good knowledge of German
  • Strong communication skills and ability to mediate different interest groups
Further Information

Mr. Florian Heiß

030 806243258

Closing Date: 21.07.2024

This research center is part of the Helmholtz Association of German Research Centers. With more than 42,000 employees and an annual budget of over € 5 billion, the Helmholtz Association is Germany's largest scientific organisation.


The Helmholtz Association contributes to solving major challenges to assure the future of our society. With more than 39,000 people on staff in 18 national research centres, the Helmholtz Association is Germany’s largest scientific organization. The name Helmholtz stands for concerted research in which networks form the key principle behind inquiring thought and action. Concerted research is efficient and flexible.

The profile of the Helmholtz Association

The Helmholtz Association performs cutting-edge research which contributes substantially to solving the grand challenges of science, society and industry. To succeed in meeting these responsibilities, Helmholtz concentrates its work in six research fields: Energy, Earth and Environment, Health, Key Technologies, Matter, as well as Aeronautics, Space and Transport. Within each of these fields, research programs are developed by our scientists and regularly evaluated by renowned international experts. Their evaluation forms the basis for the programme-oriented funding that is allocated to Helmholtz research. Within the six research fields, Helmholtz scientists cooperate with each other and with external partners – working across disciplinary, organizational and national borders.

Promoting young academics

Helmholtz scientists, a high-performance infrastructure and modern and efficient research management are the ingredients to the Helmholtz Association‘s success and global impact.
Promoting young researchers is a major priority for the Helmholtz Association. Its qualification schemes for young researchers are geared mainly towards PhD students, postdocs and young managers. The Helmholtz Association has set high standards for its talent management. Its strategy begins with targeted recruitment of highly qualified staff at all levels, followed by comprehensive support aimed at further developing their potential. Ensuring equal opportunities is an essential element in all talent management activities undertaken by the Helmholtz Association.

The Helmholtz Graduate Schools and Research Schools at almost all Helmholtz Centres provide doctoral students with the general and specific skills and training they need, as well as ample opportunity to network with other working groups. The period following a doctorate is decisive in determining the direction and success of a scientific career. For this reason, we are about to establish Career Centers for postdoctoral researchers in the Helmholtz centres and a mentoring programme for especially gifted PostDocs in order to foster career orientation. This equips young researchers with the skills they need to go on to head a Helmholtz Young Investigators Group, for example. As a Young Investigator Group leader, junior scientists can independently set up their own group to conduct research in their specialist field.

Within its talent management strategy, the Helmholtz Association pays special attention to the increased recruitment of talented female scientists both from Germany and abroad. To this end, there are currently two funding programs supporting this policy Funding of first-time appointments of excellent women scientists (W2/W3)’ and ‘Funding to recruit top-level international women scientists (W3)’.

The increasing complexity of the content, structures and framework conditions of scientific work today requires researchers to organise their projects, their employees and, of course, themselves in a highly professional and effective way. In response to these demands, we have set up the Helmholtz Management Academy to provide junior leaders in science with professional management training. Furthermore, the Helmholtz network provides a platform for the alumni of the Helmholtz Management Academy and Mentoring programme to come together and share their experiences of leadership, career development and lifelong learning.

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