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SAP FSCM Solution Architect

Job Title: SAP FSCM Solution Architect
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Barcelona, Barcelona
Industry:
Salary: €45000 - €70000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: Z-SAFSCM
Contact Name: James Hughes
Contact Email: jamesh@montash.com
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

SAP, FSCM, FICO, ERP, Architecture, Financial Supply Chain Management, Treasury, TRM, FS-CM, Treasury & Risk Management, Finance, Financial Services, Architect, Global, Business Stakeholder Management, Infrastructure

Montash have been exclusively engaged by a Global Enterprise embarking on a large SAP transformation and are seeking to acquire their SAP FSCM Solution Architect who will be responsible for Global SAP Finance / SAP FICO/ SAP TRM / SAP FS-CM Projects from design to implementation. The ideal individual will progress from an SAP FSCM Architect background with experience in architecture, platforms, enhancements, infrastructure and stakeholder management.

The SAP FS-CM Architect will have progressed from a large multi-national organisation and have responsibility for the architecture or SAP FSCM-TRM designs. The organisation operates on a truly global scale and is seeking a collaborative and engaging individual to be part of their Global SAP Centre of Excellence. The ideal candidate will have the following skill-set;

 

  • Experience in SAP FSCM solution architecture
  • Designing SAP FSCM-TRM solutions
  • Leading implementation workstream
  • Stakeholder management
  • Gathering business requirements
  • Driving system changes for SAP deployment
  • SAP FSCM (Financial Supply Chain Management), SAP TRM (Treasury & Risk Management) & SAP FICO (Finance & Controlling) knowledge
  • Experience working alongside finance operations team
  • Knowledge in Treasury
  • Experience working on a global architect scale
  • Progressing from an SAP FSCM Design background with cross-module integration experience
  • SAP Finance Functional knowledge within a global environment
  • Multiple end-end project lifecycle experience within SAP FS-CM
  • Coordinate between multiple stakeholders and drive delivery from concept to implementation
  • Engaging with the Global Finance functions to gather business requirements
  • Fluent in German and English
  • Problem solving skills to combat solutions in a business perspective
  • A high level of written and verbal communication

 

This organisation are looking for the best SAP FSCM Solution Architects. As a result, the right individual can expect a progressive career and above market anchor benefits. This position is ideal for someone wanting to work in Barcelona, Spain.

This is an urgent requirement so please contact James Hughes on +44 2070140230 or email your CV through to jamesh@montash.com

 

 

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