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Oracle EBS Expert

Job Title: Oracle EBS Expert
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Paris, Île-de-France
Salary: €500 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J9109_1503065910
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Job Description:

- Concerns the following Oracle E-Business Suite (OEBS) R12 modules: HR & SCM

- Advisory role with OEBS interlocutors (internal and clients)

- Analysis and modeling business process (Gap analysis with respect to the standard, production of deliverables)

- Detailed descriptive writing of: parameters to be realized, specific to be developed, particular constraints of a given project

- Setup and configure the OEBS solution

- Functionally validate the work of development teams

- Train users

- Accompany the User Acceptance Tests and deployments of the solution

- Providing support after Go Live

Qualities required

- Have a minimum of 5 years' experience as a Consultant Oracle E-Business Suite

- Have already participated in several implementations of OEBS, notably in R12 version

- Taste for communication, self-improvement, writing skills and meeting facilitation, knowledge of the functional areas.

- Strong functional expertise in one of the following modules of the OEBS R12 solution: HR, SCM, Financial, Hyperio

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