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SAP P2P Functional Consultant

Job Title: SAP P2P Functional Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hannover (30165), Niedersachsen
Industry:
Salary: €0.00 - €750 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 5 Months
REF: J9208_1504107831
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email: richardh@montash.com
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Montash are on the lookout for a senior SAP P2P Functional Consultant to join the build & test phase of an ongoing project for a major client in Germany.

You will be required to support the P2P business processes within SAP and as such must have in-depth knowledge of SAP MM, FI, CO and relevant integrated modules.

You will need:-

  • Strong experience (5+ years) working with SAP MM, FI, CO as a functional consultant, preferably as part of full E2E life-cycle implementations
  • Good exposure to business process design in relevant processes
  • Excellent communication skills - ability to effectively present solutions to relevant stakeholders both internal and external.
  • Fluent English essential, with German preferred
  • Willing to travel to client sites within Europe (<10%)

This is a 5-month contract beginning mid-September.

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