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Many of you may have noticed the “LinkedIn Integration for Career Center Enhancement” idea recently posted on SAP Idea Place. Well, I’m pleased to announce that as of last week, job seekers are now able to import their LinkedIn profile in order to create a resume with the SAP Community Network Career Center for free!


Importing your LinkedIn profile expedites the resume creation process therefore giving you more time to search for SAP related jobs. This new development also significantly increases your visibility and exposure on SCN. After uploading your resume, you have the option to include links to your personal blog, social media accounts and SCN BusinessCard, to name a few. The Career Center also offers three different privacy settings to help customize your job seeker experience.


Due to the fact that the LinkedIn integration is a new development, the Career Center welcomes all feedback! To send a brief note to the Career Center, simply click on “Questions/Feedback” at the bottom of the Career Center homepage.


For a brief, step-by-step guide to creating a new resume with the Career Center, see below.


Step 1: Go to, login and click “Sign in with LinkedIn” on the Resumes/Letters tab.



Step 2: Click “Import Your LinkedIn Profile” (this may take a few minutes.)


Step 3: Look over your newly imported profile and answer any required questions that were not included on your LinkedIn profile.


Step 4: Add links to any of your social media accounts, blogs, portfolio, SCN Business Card or company website.



Step 5: Choose the most relevant privacy setting for you- the Career Center recommends keeping your resume searchable with visible contact details.


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    1. Former Member Post author
      Hi Kevin,

      Thanks for your comment! I’m glad you found this new feature effective and simple to use! What types SAP jobs are you looking for?

      1. Former Member
        Hi Elizabeth,

        I appreciate you asking.  I’m in the final stages of making a decision on employment.

        I was just really excited to try this new feature : )


  1. Sylvia Santelli
    I’m glad this went from “idea” to “reality”. I think most of us have an updated resume already on Linkedin, so now members can find more opprotunities without having to input their resume more than once.

    Job well done Elizabeth and team!

  2. Otto Gold
    The best thing about this “feature” is that you listen. You listen to the community and implement what the people need, want etc.! Thank you for listening and hope to see some more outcomes of the collaboration with the community.
    By the way: Long live the Idea place.
    cheers Otto

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