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SAP PM Consultant/Analyst

Job Title: SAP PM Consultant/Analyst
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: United Kingdom,London
Salary: £40000 - £50000 per annum + Benefits
Start Date: ASAP
REF: SAP PM - 104_42222
Contact Name: James Hughes
Contact Email:
Job Published: over 2 years ago

Job Description

SAP, PM, ERP, Project, Plant Maintenance

Montash have been exclusively engaged by a global FMCG that are looking for the addition of an SAP PM Consultant/Analyst. This individual will be certified in SAP PM with extensive SAP PM knowledge and will be required to provide project experience and have interaction with offshore teams. This person will be able to execute SAP configuration and it is desired, although not essential, that they have Consumer Products Industry experience. This position is ideal for someone looking to work in West London or Lancashire.

  • Experience in gathering information for configuration and developments

  • Experience in SAP PM

  • Excellent SAP Functional Knowledge within SAP

  • Excellent knowledge of end-to-end application development processes

  • Problem solving skills to combat solutions in a business perspective

  • A high level of written and verbal communication

This organisation are looking for the best consultants. As a result, the right individual can expect a base salary of up to £49000 + Bonus + strong package.

This is an urgent requirement so please contact James Hughes on 02070140230 or email your CV through to

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