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SAP Basis Consultant - £400 to £600 - London

Job Title: SAP Basis Consultant - £400 to £600 - London
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £400 - £600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Montash
REF: J7984_1494424577
Contact Name: Emmanuel Acheampong
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Montash is looking for an experienced SAP BASIS Consultant with significant and demonstrable experience of supporting complex SAP systems and environments. This position will be with our client based in London on an initial 6-month contract with a possible extension and the candidate must have experience in working with SAP Solution Manager.

Essential Knowledge, Skills and Experience:

  • Significant SAP BASIS experience
  • Practical experience of working with Solution Manager
  • Configuration of Incident Management - ideally in SAP Solution Manager 7.2
  • Technical Monitoring solution
  • Business Process Monitoring
  • Solution Manager Job Management
  • Experience with SAP Solution Manager, at minimum 7.1 SP12
  • Ability to work on own initiative to solve complex issues
  • A methodical and logical worker with great attention to detail.
  • A team player, able to work effectively, openly and supportively with a range of IT and non-IT colleagues
  • Effective communication & interpersonal skills

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