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SAP LE SD

Job Title: SAP LE SD
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Industry:
Salary: £720 - £800 per day
Start Date: 3/4/2017
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J7200
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email: denisss@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently recruiting for one of our global clients based near Frankfurt for SAP LE SD to work on Shipping Execution processes.

Tasks:

  • Support the global roll out of Intercompany Business via global export system based on SAP SD
  • Deployment in connection with global SAP roll out to production sites
  • Deploy to non-SAP production sites
  • Prepare training documents
  • Train the users
  • Support the roll out project in administrative tasks

Requirements:

  • Experience in SAP SD (outbound logistics)
  • SAP Deployment experience
  • Business experience in inbound/outbound logistics welcome
  • Training execution
  • Experience in Project Management
  • Experience in Supply Chain Process definition / management
  • Fluent in English
  • Willingness to travel

Please apply with your most up to date copy of CV attached.

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