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SAP OTC Delivery Lead

Job Title: SAP OTC Delivery Lead
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Salary: £500 - £600 per day
Start Date: Asap
Duration: 6 Months
Contact Name: Laurence Lefevre
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 years ago

Job Description

SAP OTC Delivery Lead - London - Contract - £500 - £600 Per Day - FMCG

My client is a global FMCG in need of a talented SAP OTC Delivery Lead to join one of the worlds largest sap programmes.

The successful SAP OTC Delivery Lead will ensure production of IT products defined by scope of work to an appropriate quality, in a timescale and at a cost acceptable.

Successful SAP OTC Delivery Lead Essential experience and skills:

Functional Knowledge of:

Order to Cash

ECC - SD/LE, CRM (Sibel/SAP)

Skills and Experience

  • Project Management
  • Complex Global SAP Programmes
  • Supplier Management
  • Implementation Methodologies and Tool
  • Functional Knowledge

SAP OTC Delivery Lead - IT Product delivery responsibility

  • Delivery On time, on budget on Full
  • Supplier Management
  • Change Request Management
  • Team Management

SAP OTC Delivery Lead will be involved with: Embedding/implementation of new ways of working for IT Delivery

  • New Process and Metrics Implementation
  • Delivery Process improvement
  • Change Management

If you are perfect match for this SAP OTC Delivery Lead with complex global sap experience please apply and feel free to call me on 0207 014 0231

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