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SAP GTS Consultant

Job Title: SAP GTS Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: France, France
Salary: Negotiable
Start Date: July 2017
Duration: 6 months
REF: MONMSGTS_1499245087
Contact Name: Marilyn Sarrat
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

We currently looking for a SAP GTS to work in France.

Responsibilities & Qualification:

  • Work with client's business, technology and compliance resources to analyse global trade processes and procedures.
  • Introduce innovative changes to how clients conduct their business, encompassing changes to people, processes and technology.
  • Implement all modules of GTS
  • Participate in the delivery of multiple client engagements on time and within budget; maintain active communication with clients Bachelor's degree from an accredited college/university
  • Knowledge of supply chain and/or logistics processes, or international business
  • Experience with SAP Global Trade processes, industry best practices and measurements would be of value
  • Fluent English
  • Fluent French as a plus

We are looking for 2 consultants - one junior and one senior.

For a chance to work in a beautiful region of France, as SAP GTS, please send me your latest CV or call me (Marilyn) for a confidential chat.

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