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Senior Application Developer

Date: Apr 17, 2018

Location: Kilkenny, KK, IE, x

Company: Glanbia

Glanbia Business Services (GBS)

Senior Application Developer


A vacancy has arisen for the role of Senior Application Developer at Glanbia Business Services. This is a permanent position & will report to the Programming Team Lead and will be based in our offices in Kilkenny.



Glanbia plc operates with a world-class programming team. The work is of a challenging nature across global implementations of CRM / SAP / BW / SAP Portal / SuccessFactors and Ariba.


Key elements of the role

  • Responsible for coding within specific projects, change requests and support calls.
  • Ensuring that allocated work is carried out to required standards and timelines.
  • Ensuring that the code operates to requirements.
  • Resolution of reported issues, and related documentation
  • Weekly Status Report for CRM Team Lead
  • Mentor Junior Team members
  • Manage support calls within functional area
  • Implement and validate coding standards implemented by team
  • Compilation of technical Specifications
  • Update and manage own CR’s in CR Log
  • Keep up to date with trends/developments in area
  • Upgrades and Safeguard



  • Third level qualification in Computing/Information Technology or equivalent



  • 3+ years ABAP Development experience required
  • Function knowledge of SAP CRM
  • Knowledge of functionality across other SAP modules especially SD
  • BC401 ABAP Objects an advantage
  • SAP BAPI’s / SAP User Exits and BADI’s experience beneficial
  • JavaScript & HTML



  • Strong communication skills and the ability to work as part of a multidisciplinary team
  • The ability to work on one's own initiative and a proven track record in meeting goals
  • Good problem solving / analytical skills and the ability to see issues through to resolution
  • Ability to quickly learn organisations system and processes
  • Enjoys working in a fast-paced, innovative environment where the continuous focus is on improvement and the challenge of finding a better way