Browse SAP jobs in Denmark

Denmark is the Scandinavian nation with the largest pool of SAP jobs, offering plenty of openings in the agriculture, manufacturing and energy industries in particular. You’ll discover vacancies across the country, from Copenhagen and Aarhus to Odense and Aalborg. 

It doesn’t matter whether you’re a SAP consultant, configurator, project manager, or any role in between—Eursap can match you with the perfect SAP career for you. As a leading recruitment agency, we offer a huge variety of SAP jobs across Denmark.

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How many hours do they work per week in Denmark?

The average working week in Denmark reaches 37 hours, with employers discouraging overtime. Many people choose to have a 32 hour working week if they feel it offers a better work-life balance. This is traditionally taken by women in order to raise their children, but men are increasingly opting in to spend time with their families.

How many hours is part time work in Denmark?

If an employee works fewer than the typical 37 hours per work, it is known as ‘reduced hours’ or part time in Denmark.

What is the average cost of living in Denmark?

In Denmark a single person can be looking to pay on average 12,979 kr including rent. In Copenhagen prices are closer to 16,288 kr on average. A family of four including rent is likely to pay 30,709 kr in Denmark and 36764 kr in Copenhagen.

How do you get a work visa in Denmark?

If you’re not an EU or EEA citizen, you will need to apply for a Denmark work visa. For this application, you will need passport photos, details of previous visas, at least two blank passport pages, travel health insurance confirmation, flight itinerary, accommodation details, proof of financial stability while in Denmark, your employment contract, and other supporting documents.

Is Denmark a good place to work?

Work-life balance is a high priority in Denmark, which is why the country is consistently ranked amongst the top places to work. Denmark is also considered to have excellent job opportunities and prospects, along with a good average income.