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SAP Deployment Manager - Global SAP Programme

Job Title: SAP Deployment Manager - Global SAP Programme
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Denmark
Salary: €800 - €1100 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J7664_1491499100
Contact Name: Emmanuel Acheampong
Contact Email:
Job Published: 7 months ago

Job Description

SAP Deployment Manager - Global SAP Programme

My client, a world leading Pharma Company, is looking to for a superior SAP Deployment Manager.

You will join a Global SAP programme office that has a number of highly strategic and business critical SAP projects around the world.

As the SAP Deployment Manager you will be responsible for landing a global SAP template in multiple countries and regions across the global.

Following a highly tuned and efficient SAP Deployment methodology you will part of a global team responsible for delivering an ambitious SAP programme. Working closing with various stakeholder (Business, 3rd Party, IT etc.) you will drive the deliverables, monitoring and managing risk in line with the Governance standards.

This role really requires someone that is very proactive, excellent communication skills, stakeholder engagement, influence and drive.

Clearly it is essential that you have extensive SAP experience gained within a global SAP programme. You should either be a SAP Deployment Manager OR SAP Project Manager.

The programme language is English as is all documentation and meetings. There will be a lot of travel so you must be prepared to do this at short notice.

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