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Business Architect - SAP Procurement

Job Title: Business Architect - SAP Procurement
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Switzerland,
Industry:
Salary: €900 - €1000 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: MS-BAPROC-SW-200515
Contact Name: Marcus Seoane
Contact Email: marcuss@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

Business Architect - SAP Procurement

Montash have been retained by a global Swiss client to source an SAP Procurement Business Architect to work on an exciting new venture. They require an Experienced Business Architect to join the organisation and support them through their Global Business Change Programme.

The successful candidate will support the Procurement Team and work closely with the Head of Procurement to architect and implement change to their current procurement systems; consolidating the existing one to a more centric/single system. They require an Experienced Architect that has worked on similar transformation programmes in the past. Experience in Governance, Processes, Road-mapping Structures and Procurement consolidation is also a must have; as well as a good understand and market knowledge of the future of SAP and procurment.

This role is an urgent requirement, the company is undergoing a large period of change where they require strong team members who have the ability to lead and show good stakeholder engagement skills working with the business to encourage and implement change.

The ideal candidate will need to converse in German on occasion. Candidates with conversational German will also be considered.

Key Strengths: Enterprise Architecture, Business Architect, Road-maps, Strategy, Governance Framework, Stakeholder Engagement, ERP, SAP, Procurement, Transformation.

This is an urgent requirement. Please apply bellow if you feel this role would fit with your experiences. If you feel it is better suited to a colleague please forward this to them.

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