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SAP HCM Comsultant

Job Title: SAP HCM Comsultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Switzerland
Salary: €109000 - €110000 per annum
REF: J7998_1494521396
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are delighted to be working with a Global end user client who are looking for an experienced SAP HCM Consultant to join their team based in Switzerland.

Within this role, you'll be working collaboratively with offices in Spain and china being responsible for 2nd line support, development and the internal customization of the SAP HCM and the SAP SuccessFactors systems across the organisation.

You will need to have;

  • Strong background within SAP HCM support and development
  • Hands on experience/or exposure to SAP Sucessfactors (highly advantageous)
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Excellent communication skills - written and verbal
  • ability to speak German would be advantageous

This is a fantastic opportunity with a fantastic organisation that offers great progression prospects.

SAP HCM Consultants who would be interested in hearing more about this opportunity then please do get in touch with Gabriel Johnson - 02070140237

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