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SAP PP-PI Project Manager

Job Title: SAP PP-PI Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
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Salary: £800 - £1000 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J6847
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email: chrisg@montash.com
Job Published: 10 months ago

Job Description

I am searching for a SAP Project Manager with SAP PP-PI experience to work on a contract basis.

Initial contract duration: 12 Months

Successful candidate will have the following:

  • 10+ years of Experience in SAP
  • Must have had at least 3 SAP Full Implementations, preferably in PP-PI
  • Strong understanding of the Production Process
  • Strong understanding of the Pharmaceutical Industry
  • Strong Project Management experience, having led several implementations and managing a large number of SAP Consultants
  • Strong knowledge in all phases of SAP projects, Cost management, Change Controls, Risks and Issues management.
  • Experience working with Senior Management Teams (Customer)
  • Must have a high level understanding of other SAP modules /processes such as SD, MM, FI

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