At SAP, we value and respect our employees’ individuality – and you’ll see that reflected throughout the recruitment process. We want to get to know you on both a personal and a professional level. And you’ll get to know us, first through your recruiter and hiring manager, and then on a larger scale. We’re proud to have an incredibly diverse and vibrant workforce – full of unique individuals with different backgrounds and experiences. Sound like a place you want to work? Here’s what you can expect during the job application process.
Get to know us better
Do a little digging to make sure SAP is the right fit for you. Read about our strategy, business goals, products, and people. And check us out on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, YouTube, LinkedIn, Glassdoor, and more social channels.
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Be thoughtful and strategic
Finding the right career opportunity can be hard. Check out these tips and tricks to land a successful role at SAP.
Apply from anywhere
Apply online from your desktop or mobile device, use your Xing or LinkedIn profile.
Apply for any and all positions that fit your skills and are aligned to your overall career goals.
Be fully prepared with your cover letter and resume – and ensure your contact details are up to date. Accepted file types for resume and cover letter uploads are: Microsoft Word, PDF, HTML, PPT, XLS, CSV, image and text.
Assess your skills
Some positions require pre-assessment tests to make sure your skills match the role requirements.
The two-page resume
SAP recruiters weigh in on the 1-page vs 2-page resume debate and give resume preparation advice.
What we expect from recent graduates
SAP recruiters answer the question 'What do recruiters and tech companies expect from recent graduates at this time?'
If there’s a match, our recruiters will call you about the opportunity. Then they’ll review your application with the hiring manager and tell you about next steps.
Depending on the position, you might need to take a few pre-assessment tests to make sure your skills and experience are a good match with role requirements.
Hiring manager interviews
Your interview with the hiring manager will be in-person or via phone. He or she will assess all candidates. We’ll let you know as soon as a decision has been made.
Virtual interview tips
As part of our "Ask Me Anything" series SAP recruiters discuss the benefits of interviewing virtually.
Welcome to SAP
If you received an offer, congrats! Welcome to SAP. Your recruiter will work with you on all the details. Have any questions? Please feel free to ask.
Persistence pays off
If at first you don't succeed – try again! Many of our candidates are reconsidered for other opportunities at SAP. Stay positive, and keep applying.
Most new hires at SAP want to hit the ground running – and we can help with that. We’ll assign a buddy and a mentor to guide you through your first month and beyond. Your buddy will work in the same team and office as you. He or she will answer all your day-to-day questions – like who’s who and where you can find the cappuccino machine. Your mentor will be a senior employee in your field. He or she will help you increase your knowledge and skills in a safe and supportive environment – and provide guidance on your work deliverables. In addition, our onboarding programs will equip you with the skills, knowledge, and tools you need to get up-to-speed quickly.
Learn everything you need to know about your new role at SAP in the weeks leading up to your start date. Browse company information, performance reports, policies, employee blogs, FAQs, and more.
Attend an in-person or virtual welcome session and meet your manager, buddy, and team. Set up your IT equipment, complete onboarding documentation – and learn about your location, payroll, and benefits.
Learn how to navigate SAP in a 90-minute virtual session offered on a weekly basis. You’ll hear about SAP’s history, strategy, culture, self-service tools, learning and development opportunities, and more.
Take advantage of the onboarding programs and learning opportunities available for each line of business: sales and pre-sales, products and innovation, HR, finance, service and support, and marketing.