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Consultant SAP MM - QM - Dutch Speaking - 12 months contract.

Job Title: Consultant SAP MM - QM - Dutch Speaking - 12 months contract.
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Belgium, Belgium
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: August 2017
Duration: 12 months
REF: MSSAPMM_1500557270
Contact Name: Marilyn Sarrat
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

As SAP MM QM consultant, you will mainly ensure proper running of the solution on his perimeter. And also manage the whole support and maintenance of the materiel management module, including IM.

SAP MM QM consultant main tasks:

  • Coordination with management the implementation of the correction or new functionality.
  • Organise, prepare and manage testing.
  • Provide assistance and training sessions to key-users and end-users.

SAP MM QM Consultant must have :

  • A good knowledge of the MM (especially IM part) module.
  • A good knowledge of the WM module.
  • Minimum project experience of 2-4 years (all phases) on SAP MM/WM module.
  • MM business processes knowledge.
  • Customising knowledge.
  • Native / Near-native Dutch (speaking/writing).

Information about the project:

  • Start : August 2017
  • Location - Belgium
  • 12 months contract

For a chance to work in large project in Belgium as SAP MM QM Consultant , please send me your update CV or call me Marilyn for a confidential chat.

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