SAP EWM Principal Programmer Analyst

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Career Development Partners
Livingston, CA ? COL is 26% lower than S.F. and 15% lower than L.A. SAP EWM Principal Programmer Analyst - $100K ? 110K + time and a half for O.T. (75 - 82. an hour) FULL TIME EMPLOYEE POSITION Client is unable to consider visa aplicants 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 Define, design, develop, test, analyze, enhance, troubleshoot, and maintain new and existing software applications and packaged software based on business requirements involving the various systems to support the assigned areas. Research, design, develop, document, and modify software specifications throughout the production software lifecycle competencies include hands on experience designing and developing programs utilizing multiple SAP ECC / SAP EWM ABAP technologies and techniques, handling multiple assignments, translating the business needs expressed by functional analysts into specific technical solution designs, and mentoring junior development team members in application design and programming logic/algorithms Analysis, System Design, Baseline Maintenance, Knowledge Transfer, Planning and Organizing, Application Support, Technology / Change Leadership 5-7 years experience in SAP ECC / SAP WM ABAP application development with progressive responsibility in software design, development, configuration and programming including experience using JavaScript, HTML, Java, SAP PO/PI Must have worked 3 years in SAP-EWM environment .3 ? 5 years development work in a database environment (e.g. SQL Server, Oracle, DB2, etc.) .3 ? 5 years involvement in project management using a standardized systems development methodology

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