ERP Development Manager

Plantation, FL

 

JOB DESCRIPTION

The ERP Developer Manger will be responsible for the design, development, delivery, and support of technical ERP solutions leveraging ABAP, middleware and various other cloud technologies. In addition, this role will evaluate new or existing programs, maintenance, improvement, and support the business application solutions for internal business functions, which are based on the requirements and needs of such client base. 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Matches solutions with the corporate environment. Understands how all parts of the business model work together, including processes, operating protocols, systems integrations, and application architectures. Finding the best technical solution among all possible to solve the existing business problems, and helps ensure that the new solution fits the current enterprise environment the best

  • Meets the requirements of all stakeholders, both technical and non-technical. Ensures that all their needs are taken into account. Focuses on solution-level decisions and analysis of their impact on the overall business goals and outcomes. Stakeholders have to be regularly informed about product development processes, costs, and budgeting. Sets the collaboration framework and translates technical project details into a language that management and non-technical stakeholders can understand

  • Accounts for project constraints around technology, risks, scope, cost, quality, time, and resources. Must understand all these constraints, compare them, and then make some technological and managerial decisions to reconcile these restrictions with project goals. Able to present to leadership on the risk analysis and custom code usage patterns with mitigation plans, describing the structure, characteristics, behavior, and other aspects of the software to project stakeholders

  • Supports Project Manager (PM) activities to ensure that resources, risk recognition, and planning stay aligned with the solution goals. Actively drive design and architecture deliverables within project constructs

  • Shapes and translates executive and business function leadership strategy and needs to a shared roadmap, thus ensuring business value results. Builds the solution roadmap that helps the enterprise needs by analyzing the technology environment defining features, phases, and solution requirements. Help teams develop the solution prototype and product on time, on budget, and ensures that it solves the problem it was designed to address. The technical solution roadmap can address enterprise business gaps for system transaction processes of sales, supply chain, finance, and people functions

  • Builds a strong relationship with business partners by regular meetings with a clear agenda and active engagement.  Ensures consistent communication and follow-up

  • Provides specifications, according to which the solution is defined, managed, and delivered

  • Participate in architecture reviews with functional consultants and architects

  • Develop and enforce coding standards across satellite SAP ABAP and Middleware Integration teams

  • Influence teams from multiple organizations to use SAP standard solutions

  • Responsible for the quality of code being developed

  • Accountable for retention of critical intellectual property

  • Exercise independent judgment in selecting methods and techniques for obtaining solutions

  • Stay educated on existing, emerging technologies and do POCs to evaluate technology fits for customer needs

  • Develop “best-in-class” engineering for our services by ensuring that the services and the components are: well-defined and modularized, secure, reliable, diagnosable, actively monitored and reusable

  • Collaborate effectively with other disciplines of project teams

  • Demonstrate excellent verbal and written communication skills

QUALIFICATIONS

  • 8+ years of previous SAP Techno-functional and development experience in ABAP in core SAP Modules like MM, SD, MDG, and S4HANA. In addition to middleware tools like PI, CPI, PO and Dell Boomi 

  • Must have experience in the following areas:

    • ABAP Objects,

    • ALE/IDocs,

    • ODATA V2 or V4,

    • RFC/ BAPI, Webservices, REST, ODATA, SOA and Proxies

    • BADI/ User Exits/ Enhancements

    • SAPScripts, Smartforms, Adobe Forms,

    • Workflow, Business Events,

    • WebDynpro, FPM

    • SAP AIF, BRF+, POB

    • Object Oriented ABAP, Enhancement Frame Work

    • SAP FIORI, SAP UI5,

    • SAP HANA, SAP HANA ABAP 7.5x

  • Good to have experience:

    • XML, HTML, Java Script, PHP, C, C++, PL/SQL

  • 3+ years previous experience in managing a team of 5+ Software Engineers

  • Track record of building design patterns, best practices and automating development standards

  • Experience in working with functional teams in Product Engineering, Supply Chain, Finance, Sales and People functions

  • Capable of managing multiple priorities and meeting closely-spaced, ambitious timelines;

  • Outstanding written and verbal communication skills;

  • Additional qualification of SAP Certification in Sales and/or technical areas is highly beneficial

 EDUCATION

  • Education and/or Experience: Bachelor's degree (B.A.) from four-year college or university in Engineering, Computer Science or related field

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