Added Dec 27, 2021 COBOL to SAP Conversion Specialist (23146) St. Louis, MO | Contract Apply

Job Description

LRS Consulting Services is seeking a COBOL to SAP Conversion Specialist for our client.
This is a 100% Remote, long-term contract opportunity.

LRS Consulting Services has been delivering IT excellence for over three
decades. Our reputation for quality, flexibility, and strong relationships with
our clients keeps them turning to us to meet their IT consulting needs. Our
contacts combined with your technical expertise equals career possibilities for
you. So let’s get to work!

This person’s responsibilities will be to:
Writing scripts to pull data from COBOL to SAP HANA, running metric analytics against COBOL to ensure data is accurate
Analyze COBOL programs and Data structures involved in the mainframe system. Understand the complex business rules in the COBOL programs. Convert COBOL copy books to SAP Data services copy book objects. Understand the JCLs involved for job dependency and datasets involved in the process. Re-design the COBOL process to a SQL procedure-based process or SAP Data services based process depending on the complexity of the business rules.
Design the table structures in Sybase IQ database matching with O/P datasets. Implement all validation rules and re-formatting required in the process. Compare the O/P of the COBOL process to the re-engineered O/P. Design the process to handle billions of rows every month using T-SQL Procedures. Support IV&V for testing and validation. Resolve production issues related to SAP Data services Jobs. Help SAP admin team to resolve SAP environment related issues.

Experience with COBOL
Experience with SAP HANA strong preferred
Experience converting data from COBOL to an SAP system
Experience with Sybase preferred
Candidate must be a US Citizen
Corp to corp candidates will not be considered
Candidate must be able to effectively communicate in English (written &

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LRS is an equal opportunity employer. Applicants for employment will receive
consideration without unlawful discrimination based on race, color, religion,
creed, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, gender identity,
domestic partner status, sexual orientation, genetic information, citizenship
status or protected veteran status.