Browse SAP jobs in the UK

As one of the world’s largest economies, including many cities, considered international business hubs, you’ll find plenty of SAP jobs in the UK. From London and Manchester to Newcastle and Birmingham, there are openings throughout the country.

Whether you work as an SAP consultant, developer, project manager, database administrator or anything in between, Eursap can match you with your perfect position. As one of Europe’s largest SAP recruitment agencies, we list openings for a diverse mix of UK SAP jobs.

We currently have no open SAP jobs in the UK. The SAP Jobs market moves quickly, please be sure to check back again in a couple of days.

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How many hours do they work per week in the UK?

On average, UK employees work up to 42.5 hours a week. Although 8 hour days are typical, it is possible for employees to work for longer, as long as the daily average over 17 weeks is not more than 8 hours. Legally, employees cannot work more than 48 hours a week, unless they contractually agree to opt in.

How many hours is part time work in the UK?

There isn’t a set number of hours for UK part time workers. They simply work fewer hours than full-time employees or up to 35 hours per week.

What is the average cost of living in the UK?

The average cost of living in the UK comes to £1642 per month for a single person including rent, increasing to £3957 for a family of four every month. However, costs between cities and regions vary greatly with London being one of the most expensive places to live in the world. A single person can look to average £2467 including rent per month and a family of four £5746.

How do you get a work visa in the UK?

If you’re looking to get a work visa, you will need to have a job offer that includes a sponsorship from your UK-based employer first. Your employer must also be approved by the Home Office in order for you to be granted a visa.

Is the UK a good place to work?

There are plenty of benefits to working in the UK, including free healthcare and education facilities, social security benefits, financial advantages, and high average salaries. Benefits such as salaries, however, are dependent on the area you work in, as well as the industry.