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SAP MM Business Analyst

Job Title: SAP MM Business Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Northern Ireland
Salary: €50000 - €55000 per annum
REF: J8090_1495186397
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a leading client based in Ireland who are looking for a SAP MM Senior Business Analyst on a permanent basis.


  • Evaluate business requirements, many outside of the 'standard' SAP template, and propose SAP functional and technical design solutions
  • Carry out sizing and resource requirements for SAP Procurement projects based on agreed design approach
  • Act as SAP Procurement lead analyst on projects of various types - i.e. new business implementation, existing template roll-out and enhancements
  • Liaise with development team to define end-to-end technical and functional solutions to complex requirements.
  • Provide assistance to the Application Support team in the resolution of complex support calls escalated by them.

Candidates should have;

  • Strong hands on experience within SAP MM and/or other procurement modules
  • Have been involved in a Senior/Lead BA role with 1+ full lifecycle implementation.
  • Strong cross functional knowledge of procurement and finance processes
  • Exposure/knowledge of SAP SRM and/or Ariba would be highly advantageous.

For further information about this great opportunity, please do get in touch.

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