Browse SAP jobs in Spain

The Spanish SAP-market is substantial and growing year-on-year. Spain is also becoming increasingly popular as a location for near-shore SAP support centres for many multinational companies, which is creating further SAP Jobs.

SAP is implemented by companies across a range of industries across Spain including: Chemicals, Pharmaceuticals, Public Sector, Utilities and Retail – with the two largest hubs for SAP Jobs being Barcelona and Madrid.

From SAP consultancy to project management, and every role in between, you can discover a huge range of SAP-related jobs around Spain. As a leading SAP-specialist recruitment agency, Eursap offers a variety of roles across the country.

Job Title
Country
Language
Start Date
Job Type RESET
Job Title Country Language Start Date Job Type Details
SAP MDG ABAP DeveloperSpainEnglishOctober 10, 2022ContractDetails / Apply
Entry-level SAP HCM / SuccessFactors Support TechnicianSpainGermanNovember 1, 2022PermanentDetails / Apply

Find SAP jobs in Barcelona

Eursap has its largest concentration of Spanish SAP clients in Barcelona and has made a considerable number of successful SAP Job placements in this thriving city over the past decade. Get in touch with our team at Eursap to be matched with your ideal SAP role based in Barcelona. Browse our SAP job listings to find your next role today.

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

FAQs

How many hours do they work per week in Spain?

The legal standard working hours in Spain is 40 per week, though this varies between professions. A survey in 2020 found average weekly hours to be 36.4. Spanish employment law stipulates that employees must have a rest period of 12 hours before returning to their workplace.

How many hours is part time work in Spain?

Part time work is anything below full-time, but usually is around 20 hours per week.

What is the average cost of living in Spain?

Family of four estimated monthly costs are €2,144, excluding rent. A single person’s estimated monthly costs are €607 without rent.

How do you get a work visa in Spain?

Most visas require going to a Spanish embassy or consulate in the individual’s home country, although for some, the prospective employer makes the initial application on the employee’s behalf.

To work in Spain as a highly-skilled employee or seasonal worker, non-EU citizens need to find a job which is listed as a ‘Shortage Occupation’. This is a job for which there is a lack of suitable candidates within the EU. The employer must then request a Work Visa from the Ministry of Labour. To work as a freelancer, candidates need to apply at a Spanish consulate or embassy. These work visas are valid for one year but can be renewed if all the conditions continue to be met.

Is Spain a good place to work?

The HSBC Expat Explorer Survey ranked Spain is the 14th best country in the world to work as an expat, ahead of France, Italy and the UK. The same survey found Spain to have the highest quality of life in Europe. This is often attributed to the better cost of living, rent, and climate. The working culture in Spain revolves around the siesta, a 2-3 hour break within every working day.