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SAP ATTP (Advanced Track and Trace for Pharma) Consultant

Job Title: SAP ATTP (Advanced Track and Trace for Pharma) Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: €80000 - €90000 per annum + Package
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J9157_1503570997
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global consultancy based in Germany who have a fantastic permanent opportunity for an experienced SAP Advanced Track and Trace for Pharmaceuticals (SAP ATTP) Consultant.

The main focus of this role will be to work with customers and act as a competent subject matter expert - assisting, supporting and leading successful SAP projects/sub projects in the areas of LE, WM and PP.

Candidates will need to be;

  • Experienced with SAP ATTP
  • Strong understanding of ATTP functionalities
  • Ideally consultancy experience (not essential)
  • Flexible working approach
  • Excellent stakeholder and customer skills
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills (must be German speaking) at least business level

If you would be interested in hearing more about this great opportunity then please get in touch for a confidential discussion.

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