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SAP BI BW HANA Consultant

Job Title: SAP BI BW HANA Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London, England
Industry:
Salary: £450.00 - £550 per day
Start Date: Immediate
Duration: 7 months
REF: SAP/BI/BW_1497515426
Contact Name: Anthony Bridge
Contact Email: anthonyb@montash.com
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

SAP, BI, BW, HANA specialist required on an initial 7 month contract based in Central London for 2 days a week working for a global financial consultancy,

As the project is set to last over 3 years my client is initially looking for someone on a part time basis before extending into full time by the beginning of next year

The following key skills are essential.

  • SAP
  • BI/BW
  • HANA
  • Experience of Fiori would be advantageous
  • Experience of the financial industry would also be advantageous

This is a perfect opportunity for someone who has scope to take on another project and extend their wealth of knowledge whilst expanding in to a more full time role as time progresses.

Interviewing immediately so get in touch as soon as possible by responding to this advert.

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