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6years Domain Experience in MM and SAP MM Fresher

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I have 6 years domain experience in MM and production and did SAP MM course.

Can any one suggest where to find SAP MM fresher job ? and i am not getting

any response from career websites. I dont know what is the problem now i am in

confusion that i chosen wrong career please help. I am loosing my confidence.

I am Diploma Mechanical Engineer and pursuing B.Tech in IGNOU New Delhi.

Please reply and help me.

Thank you

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    Posted on May 13, 2013 at 01:42 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    First of all, congratulation for becoming a certified SAP consultant.

    I suggest you to Surf through all the JOB portals, short list the job most appropriate for you.

    The most IMP thing is DO NOT USE COMMON CV FOR APPLYING TO ALL THESE JOB.

    Modify your CV for applying to each JOB keeping job description in mind. In other word as per Job description tailor-made your CV so that you get interview call for sure.

    Instead of applying 1000 job with common CV apply only 10 most appropriate job with Tailor-made CV.

    The second most IMP thing is NEVER USE WORD FRESHER.

    Keep this statement in your mind that "No employer is willing to conduct a training institute."

    You are a certified consultant, on the top you have rich domain experience, be confident and go KING SIZE.

    Till the time you get your JOB keep sharing your knowledge and keep training your Juniors. This will help refreshing and gaining more knowledge.

    Do not hesitate to ask any further questions.

    Wish you all the very best.

    Regards

    Chirag Shah

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  • Posted on May 02, 2013 at 03:09 PM

    Hello Vijaykumar,

    Career center forum is flooded with similar type of queries like

    1) Jobs for freshers

    2) Certification importance

    3) Scope for SAP end users

    4) Migration from one module to another

    There are number of blogs available in forum on the above mentioned topics.

    Request you to refer the same first & if not satisfied then post new query.

    Forum members would be happy to help you.

    Regards,

    Balaji

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  • Posted on May 03, 2013 at 05:17 PM

    Vijaykumar,

    Breaking in to the SAP market is tough!

    Don't lose hope and keep working very hard.

    Your deep interest in learning business processes, good analytical skills, good communication skills, hard work and a genuine desire to add value to your clients ERP system shall surely make break in and flourish in the SAP world!

    Keep practicing in IDES, try to participate in MM forums and keep revising the theory.

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    Posted on May 03, 2013 at 09:38 PM

    Vijaykumar,

    Hopefully you didn't break the 1st commandment in starting your SAP career, namely:

    Thou shalt not quit thy current (non-SAP) job before landing your new desired SAP job.

    I know, I know, it's not as catchy as some other commandments you may have heard, but it's true nonetheless. There are a number of posts every year from folks who decided they want a career in SAP, quit their current job, paid for expensive training in order to get certified, only to find out that certification alone doesn't help you get a job working in the SAP field.

    You need experience. How can you get experience if you need expereince to get hired you ask? I wrote about this once before in FAQ: How do I get my first SAP job? Although you are not a fresher and eventually your domain experience will benefit you greatly in your SAP career, you might find some help in Advice for Recent College Graduates (aka "Freshers").

    After you've read though, you might want to check SAP Career Blog Links as there are several blogs in that collection that might help you out with your situation. Others have encouraged you to be persistant and I do as well; however, I also encourage you to think outside the box. Don't restrict yourself to SAP consulting jobs or jobs that directly support an existing SAP system. You could also find work at a company that runs SAP as an end user or maybe as a tester or perhaps as an in house trainer and then migrate into a differnt position from there.

    I hope this helps and I wish you all the best on your search!

    Best regards,

    --Tom

    FAQ: How do I get my first SAP job?

    Advice for Recent College Graduates (aka "Freshers")

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    Posted on May 28, 2013 at 07:13 AM

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    Posted on Jul 19, 2013 at 04:15 PM

    Hi Vijay,

    Hope, you must have got an opportunity in SAP by now. If not, do not worry, work hard and be confident.

    I am a new user joining now.

    I am also looking for a job in SAP as MM consultant.

    Domain experience in Pharma mfg is 13 years + SAP experience 2.8 years in previous company.

    Good luck.

    Keep in touch.

    Thanks,

    Venkatesh

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    Posted on Aug 13, 2013 at 05:57 AM

    Hi,

    I have 2.6 years experience in other domain.

    I have recently successfully cleared my SAP Material Management Certification

    Can any one suggest where to find SAP MM fresher job ? and i am not getting

    any response from career websites. I dont know what is the problem now i am in

    confusion that i chosen wrong career please help. I am loosing my confidence.

    I am graduate in BCA.

    Please reply and help me.

    Thank you,

    Mayuri

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    • Hi Srinivas,

      I cannot answer this question, this needs to be addressed by your prospective employers. If you can demonstrate that you can deliver the good, I am sure you get opportunities. Believe in yourself, trust your abilities and never compare - you achieve ultimate things.

      All the best.

      Kind Regards,

      Ravi

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