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SAP Cutover Manager

Job Title: SAP Cutover Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hamburg, Germany
Industry:
Salary: €0.00 - €950 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months Min.
REF: J8763_1501160525
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email: richardh@montash.com
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

Montash are on the lookout for an experienced SAP Cutover Manager to begin an initial 6-month contract. This will be as part of an exciting, long-term project timeline for a major client based in Germany.

You will need: -

  • Strong experience as Cutover Manager within SAP, with a modular focus on SD / MM and Finance
  • Understanding of SAP's product strategy and roadmap, including positioning of S/4 HANA and enabling tools and complementary technologies
  • Minimum of 10 years SAP-related experience, with 5 in project and cutover management
  • Outstanding stakeholder engagement and communication skills up to C-level are essential
  • Excellent English verbal and written skills, with German desirable
  • Industry experience from manufacturing, chemical, FMCG or pharma is desirable

For more information, please apply with your CV today.

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