SAP BI Programmer

Company Name:
Career Development Partners
Livingston, CA - COL is 26% lower than S.F. and 15% lower than L.A.
SAP BI Programmer $95K - 105K + time and a half for O.T. - FULL TIME EMPLOYEE
My client is a 2+ billion leader in their industry for 70 years
Average day time temperatures is 74 degrees and night is 51 degrees
Central CA
Livingston is 25 miles south of Modesto
116 Miles SE of SF
3 hours to Lake Tahoe
2 hours to Yosemite Park
Complete complex requirements analysis, design, configuration, programming and troubleshooting assignments: (Develop technical programs or system specifications that will be converted into application software or
configurations that are well documented, maintainable and satisfy defined business needs)
Provide support to existing user community regarding all aspects of manufacturing systems.
.Minimum of 7 years of progressive responsibility in software analysis, design, development, configuration and programming including extensive experience using one or more of SAP ABAP, C, C++, Visual Basic (VB),
Java, and/or PL/SQL, VB.NET, Socket Programming, Shell Scripts or Perl
Minimum 5 years experience in developing complex IT solutions to improve business processes within area(s) of expertise and other related fields.
Basic knowledge of SAP ECC - including FI, CO, SD, PP, MM, QM, PM.
WHY MY CLIENT IS BEST COMPANY TO WORK FOR
My client is a 2+ billion leader in their industry for 70 years
Benefits company offers
Employer paid benefits for the employee, entire family
including Dental Vision
Retirement plan
401K $ for $ match
Flexible hours

Bonus: Has been given every year except one for the past 13 years
Benefits: Provide a comprehensive benefits package including dental. Offer a comprehensive retirement plan, paid vacation and sick leave, flexible hours, telecommuting and job-sharing opportunities.
Communication: Share good and bad news about the business. Make management accessible to employees and encourage feedback.
Corporate culture: Encourage employees to act and think independently. Focus on long-term success. Allow employees to act on their convictions.
Hiring and retention: Offer opportunities to advance. Maintain low turnover. Establish a formal program for identifying future leaders.
Performance standards: Create challenging but attainable performance goals mutually agreed upon by manager and employee. Conduct evaluations that are updated regularly.
Leadership > Inspire employees to do well. Encourage team spirit. Respect employees and their opinions. Promote diversity. Encourage employees to take leadership. Build strong relationships based on trust.
Responsibility and decision making: An environment of accountability. Give employees latitude and authority. Encourage problem solving and teamwork.
Rewards and recognition: Provide competitive and equitable salaries. Implement performance-based compensation. Provide bonuses for excellent performance. Regularly recognize individuals and groups.
Training and education: Promote employee development. Train mentors. Encourage employees to share expertise.
Work environment: Encourage creativity and brainstorming in a comfortable and safe setting. Provide balance between work and personal needs


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