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BW Integrated Planning Consultant

Job Title: BW Integrated Planning Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Salary: £45000 - £52000 per annum + Bonus, pension
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J2921_22094
Contact Name: Alex Candeland
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

Montash currently have an exciting vacancy within a leading pharmacutical company, our client truley has a global reach which spans over 115 countries.

Our client is currently going through a major ERP transformation and as such is looking for a BW - IP (Business Warehouse - Integrated Planning) consultant.

This permanent role is accountable for Record to Report and requires a high degree of knowledge in the following areas:

- BW Modelling (LSA, LSA ++)
- BW performance evaluation and tuning
- Planning functions
- Integrated Planning & Business Warehouse
- Fox Formulae
- BW reporting/ Input ready query
- Web application designer

It is desirable to have integration knowledge in ECC FI/CO modules.

We are looking for someone who feels they can make a great contribution to the team and the organisations long-term goals.

Due to our clients size and position within the market there will be a great chance of career development and future opportunities within the business and accross the many functional areas.

To be considered please send your CV including contact details and notice period.

- Please only apply if you have the right to live/work in the UK, only shortlisted candidates will be contacted

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