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Job Title: SAP HCM
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Ghent, East Flanders
Salary: €550 - €551 per annum
Start Date: June 2017
Duration: 6 Months +
REF: J8107_1495551177
Contact Name: Anthony Bridge
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Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently engaged with a client in Belgium to help them recruit for SAP HCM Consultant.

This is a contract assignment for 6 months initially, with potential extension.

Role: SAP HCM Consultant

Location: Belgium

Start: June 2017

Duration: 6 Months + Extension

Key Tasks:

  • Taking the role on complex SAP HCM implementation, including running workshops and requirement gathering sessions
  • Build close working relationships with key stakeholders
  • Take ownership of design and implement best practice HCM solutions appropriate to customer requirements and standards
  • Crete specifications, estimates and solution documentation to support completed work
  • Share ideas to contribute to the continuous improvement within the HCM team

Required Skills:

- 6 Years of SAP related experience

- Proven background in SAP HCM project implementation

- Minimum of 3full life-cycle project experience

- English language is must. Dutch is a plus

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