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SAP P2P Trainng Consultant - Hannover - €500 to €600 - 4 Months

Job Title: SAP P2P Trainng Consultant - Hannover - €500 to €600 - 4 Months
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Hannover, Niedersachsen
Salary: €500 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 4 Months
REF: J7764_1492608995
Contact Name: Emmanuel Acheampong
Contact Email:
Job Published: 6 months ago

Job Description

Montash is currently looking for a SAP PSP Training Consultant to join our global client based in Hannover Germany.

Job Purpose and Key Responsibilities:

The purpose of this role is to develop and deliver training materials in support of the SAP template.

The key responsibilities for this role are:

  • Fully understand the template as it relates to Purchase to Pay.
  • Work with design team (business SMEs and programme FCs) to understand business process procedures & SAP transactional requirements within P2P.
  • Create all required training materials and deliverables (PPT / Word/ Excel / Articulate / Simulation Tool)
  • Load data into training environment as required to support training exercises
  • Administrate the TTS/TTKF Authoring tool (template design, changes, settings, etc.)
  • Create simulations, step by step documentations with the TTS/TTKF tool
  • Deliver training to end user communities in DACH, PL in German and English language
  • Report progress to Training Lead


Primary deliverables of role; it's scope; impact on strategy, policy, business or people relationships

The SAP Training Consultant is accountable for:

  • Ensuring the accurate capture of the template within the area of responsibility - SAP P2P
  • Delivering training to user communities for area of process responsibility

Success in this role will be measured by:

  • The successful partnership with the relevant SME(s) / FC for the process area of responsibility
  • Successful delivery of training to end user communities DACH and PL


  • Project Scope - The Programme is an European wide deployment of SAP into all Finance and Procurement user communities.
  • Creating Business Solutions - The Programme is a change initiative that will affect the processes, systems and potentially the organisation of the organisation where it is deployed.
  • Influence & Communication - The training consultant must be able to gain the trust and respect of the Design team and business SMEs through good teamwork and pragmatic approach to problem solving.
  • Language - Training material will be localized and prepared in English, translated to German. Training delivery will be in German and English.

Specialised Knowledge:

  • Experience of developing a full suite training materials
  • Expert in effective classroom training delivery
  • Full breadth of P2P knowledge within SAP
  • Use of simulation/authoring tools such as TTS/TTKF, Assima, WPB or uPerform
  • Experience of multiple SAP and/or ERP implementations
  • In addition it would be an advantage, if Read Soft knowledge is inplace

Skills and Capabilities:

  • Consulting skills - demonstrates advanced interpersonal skills capable of building relationships across different stakeholders and functional groups in the organization
  • Teamwork - capable of working effectively in large, complex cross functional teams
  • Language: - native German speaker, fluent in written and spoken English, able to prepare documentations and deliver trainings in English language

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