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SAP HANA Consultant

Job Title: SAP HANA Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £650.00 - £700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J7699 SAP FUNCTIONAL_1494261764
Contact Name: Anthony Bridge
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Senior SAP MM/PP Consultant - Leading Consultancy S/4 HANA project pipeline

Leading SAP Consultancy is looking for functional Senior SAP Functional Consultant (SAP MM/SAP PP) to join their expanding team and help them to continue their SAP Greenfield implementation. You will have the opportunity to design and implement multiple lifecycle projects.

Role responsibilities:
-Engaging with business stakeholders effectively
-Leading and facilitating requirements gathering, design and gap analysis workshops to identify the optimum SAP solution
-Leading the configuration of the SAP solution, including coordinating remote configuration and development
-Identification and resolution of complex issues

Skills and experience:
-10+ years delivering SAP ECC solutions (SAP MM/SAP PP)
-Experience of SAP IBP or Simple Logistics/S/4 HANA Enterprise Management is beneficial
-Configuration skills across core ECC modules
-Highly autonomous and agile worker
-Extremely strong communication (verbal/written) and influencing skills

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