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SAP LE SD WM

Job Title: SAP LE SD WM
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Brussels
Industry:
Salary: €600 - €650 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J7284_1488359234
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email: denisss@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently recruiting for SAP Logistics Execution consultant to join a project in Brussels.

Start: ASAP

Duration: 6 Months

Job description

The consultant will be responsibility for:

  1. Performing duties on behalf of the GSCC architecture team,
  2. Working with business in idea phase
  3. Working with business to define requirements
  4. Finding solutions and designing processes
  5. Ensure integration with GSCC and IT
  6. Ensure documentation of requirements, functional requirements, solutions, testing and knowledge transfers.

Mandatory Fields

  1. ERP Logistics execution, MM/IM, SD, WM, transportation implementation, master data expert
  2. Expert in integration/interfaces to/from SAP
  3. Proven successful solutions, projects with proof of hands-on technical knowledge

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