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SAP Data Manager

Job Title: SAP Data Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Southampton, Hampshire
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £600 per day + Negotiable
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 5 Months
REF: DQM
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email: claram@montash.com
Job Published: almost 2 years ago

Job Description

SAP Data Manager - IMMEDIATE REQUIREMENT

Location: Southampton

Day Rate: £500-£600 (negotiable)

Contract Length: 5 Months.

Montash are currently working with a Global FMCG organisation to source and secure a SAP Data Manager.

The project will be working on upgrading the legacy system to the new SAP system, working on all of the data quality issues. The successful candidate will be working closely with the SI's to help understand the business requirements then working closely with the technical data consultants to make a strategy to complete the data migration and make sure it is valid.

Must have experience within an FMCG organisation.

Key Words

SAP / Migration / SAP Data consultant / Data Manager / Data Quality Manager / Quality / SI

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