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SAP Consultant

Job Title: SAP Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany, Germany
Industry:
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: September 2017
Duration: 6 months +
REF: MS SAP SD_1506083380
Contact Name: Marilyn Sarrat
Contact Email: Marilyns@montash.com
Job Published: 28 days ago

Job Description

Experience implementation projects with in depth knowledge of sales order processing, Shipping, Billing,

Experience in solution designing for complex business requirements as well as implementing same

Ability to be flexible and work analytically in a problem-solving environment

SAP SD German speaking experience required:

Minimum 8+ year's experience in SAP-SD

Experience in EDI/IDOC communication, work flows, background job processing

Knowledge in ABAP debugging, user exits, function modules will be preferred

Excellent written and verbal communication skill

Language proficiency in German and English

Project details :

  • 6 months
  • Start date - End of September (ASAP)
  • interview face to face with the client

For a chance to be project of the implementation in Germany - please forward your CV to Marilyn or call me for a confidential chat.

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