Top 5 Job Searching Resources for SAP Consultants

Securing an interview isn’t always as easy as sending off your CV. There is tough competition out there and you need to be aware of what you’re applying for, and how and where you’re applying. Especially in the SAP field. 

Take a look at the 5 top searching resources for SAP Consultants to help you secure your dream job.

  1. Networking 

They say it’s all about who you know, and in some cases they’re right. To maximise your chances, you need to be visible to potential employers. Both online and in person. Researching local networking groups allows you to expand your professional network and meet others who are in your position. And as a bonus, they usually have food and drinks available too. 

  1. Recruitment agencies

Recruitment agencies can help take the stress out of your search. Our industry knowledge means we’re experts in finding the perfect fit. We’re a global team so think big. We match your skills to the right role and ensure the company is a great fit too, by exploring shared values, goals and company culture. Click here to search our vacancies. 

  1. LinkedIn

LinkedIn is a professional social network. Used correctly, it can be an extremely effective tool for job seekers. Landing Expert reported that 94% of recruiters use LinkedIn to get a closer look at candidates. You can use the platform to showcase your skills and knowledge as well as grow your professional network. You can easily set up job alerts and be notified immediately if any jobs are posted that meet your criteria. 

Top Tip: Ask your peers or previous employers to leave you a recommendation or skill endorsement to boost your profile.

  1. Personal Networks

Let your friends and family know that you’re open to new opportunities. You never know where it could lead. Spread the word to let potential employers will also know you’re looking for work and keep in regular contact with previous colleagues and peers. Using your other social media platforms like Facebook and Twitter can help too, as long as you keep things professional. You’ll be surprised how far a few shares can take you.

  1. Job Sites

A simple Google search will bring up endless sites, but they aren’t all the same. Choose a reputable job search website that offers a detailed description of the vacancy. You can also upload your resume and make it visible to potential recruiters online who will contact you if you fit the requirements. Do your research on the company to help you stand out from the crowd during the interview. Ensure you read the description carefully and look for anything that doesn’t feel right like spelling errors or repetition.

At Nicholas Bernard, we specialise in SAP staffing solutions, and we are passionate about connecting talent with opportunity. Get in touch to find out how we can help you find your next SAP role.