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Today, as a market leader in enterprise application software, we remain true to our roots. That’s why we engineer solutions to fuel innovation, foster equality and spread opportunity for our employees and customers across borders and cultures.
SAP values the entrepreneurial spirit, fostering creativity and building lasting relationships with our employees. We know that a diverse and inclusive workforce keeps us competitive and provides opportunities for all.
We believe that together we can transform industries, grow economics, lift up societies and sustain our environment. Because it’s the best-run businesses that make the world run better and improve people’s lives.
ABOUT THE TEAM
The GFA Academy is the Corporate University for SAP’s Global Finance and Administration (GFA) area. The GFA Academy’s target audience includes all F&A departments, e.
g. Accounting, Controlling, Legal, Procurement or the Shared Service organization as well as all F&A employees working on a market unit, regional or global level.
GFA Academy’s mission is to support all F&A employees in developing and managing their skills and competencies and thus their career development through effective and efficient learning and training offerings.
Our portfolio includes standard training programs, virtual sessions, e-learning, knowledge management, learning infrastructure, and role-based curricula.
Within the F&A board area, we are running a long-term project called Amazing People. This project focusses on personnel development in several functional focus areas as well as on continuous learning.
Continuous learning includes changes in our learning architecture, the learning culture, the learning coordination and the design of selected new learning and career development offerings.
Within these new offerings, the candidate will be responsible for all rotational programs.
In addition, we aim to establish a new learning culture and F&A specific learning principles within the board area.
Your set of application documents should contain a cover letter, a resume in table form, school leaving certificates, certificate of enrollment, current university transcript of records, copies of any academic degrees already earned, and if available, references from former employers (including internships).
Please describe as well your experience and skills in foreign languages and computer programs / programming languages.
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