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Business Process Architect

Job Title: Business Process Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,City of London
Industry:
Salary: £650 - £750 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: BPA07_18481
Contact Name: Adam Smallwood
Contact Email: adams@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Business Process Architect

Montash have been engaged by a leading retail organisation to source and secure an experienced Business Process Architect, with extensive hands-on and design experience, to be based in their Central London office.

The Business Process Architect will define and implement group-wide common processes from both a business and customer perspective.

 

Key Skills:

  • Extensive, relevant industry experience, ideally within large retail organisations
  • Strong background in similar high-level Business Process Architecture roles
  • Excellent skills in Business Process Mapping and Customer Data
  • SAP experience preferable, though not essential

 

Please submit your CV for a confidential conversation and the appropriate consultant will reach out to you.

Business Process Architecture / Business Process / Retail / SAP / Customer Data / Business Process Mapping

 

 

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