Browse SAP jobs in Germany

As the birthplace of the pioneering enterprise software, there is an abundance of SAP jobs in Germany. You will find openings across the country, with North Rhine-Westphalia – NRW  (Cologne, Düsseldorf, Dortmund and Essen) being one for the main hubs for hiring of SAP Consultants.

Regardless of whether you’re looking for a position as an SAP consultant, developer, or manager, Eursap can help to find the right role for you. We’re proud of our position as one of the leading SAP recruitment agencies, and we can offer job listings across Germany for a huge range of SAP careers.

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Job Title Country Language Start Date Job Type Details
SAP Project Management Assistant / PMO / Project CoordinatorGermanyGermanJanuary 2, 2023ContractDetails / Apply
SAP MM ConsultantGermanyGermanJanuary 2, 2023ContractDetails / Apply
SAP FI ConsultantGermanyGermanJanuary 2, 2023ContractDetails / Apply
SAP SD ConsultantGermanyGermanJanuary 2, 2023ContractDetails / Apply
SAP Key-User (looking to move into SAP Project Management / Full training given!)GermanyEnglishJanuary 2, 2023PermanentDetails / Apply
SAP CO ConsultantGermanyEnglishJanuary 2, 2023PermanentDetails / Apply
SAP SD / EDI ConsultantGermanyGermanDecember 12, 2022ContractDetails / Apply
SAP SD / WM ConsultantGermanyGermanDecember 12, 2022ContractDetails / Apply
SAP SD / MM ConsultantGermanyGermanDecember 12, 2022ContractDetails / Apply

English speaking SAP jobs in Germany

There are plenty of opportunities to land an English-speaking SAP job in Germany, with a large number of international organisations based in the country. Berlin, Munich, Frankfurt am Main and Stuttgart are particularly fertile grounds for such specialists, with a heavy concentration of English-speaking companies located in these cities. Browse our job vacancies to start the next stage of your SAP career.

If you would like to see the rest of the SAP job opportunities that Eursap has to offer across Europe, please check here.


How to get a work visa in Germany?

In order to apply for a work visa in Germany, you’d need to get a job offer first. Then, you’d need to submit an application according to the instructions (including the necessary documents), pay a fee and go through a visa interview. A decision will usually be made between 1-3 months. You might not need a work visa and could immediately apply for a residence permit if you’re a citizen of the EEA/EU, USA, Australia, Canada, Israel, Japan, New Zealand, Switzerland or the Republic of Korea.

What is the average cost of living in Germany?

Compared to other major European cities, Germany is relatively affordable. According to the German Federal Statistics Office, the average household expenditure in Germany stands at €859 per month. However, this varies between different cities –– Munich is cheaper than Berlin, for example.

How many hours do they work per week in Germany?

Most full time jobs in Germany require 7-8 hours a day, 5 times a week. This includes a 30-60 minute lunch break. Overall, the average working week is between 36-40 hours.

Can I get a job in Germany without speaking German?

Although speaking German is a highly important skill for working in Germany, some jobs are available for non-German speakers if they are well-qualified candidates. Many global corporations have English-speaking roles in major German cities.