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SAP PP

Job Title: SAP PP
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Belgium, Belgium
Industry:
Salary: €500 - €550 per day
Start Date: Immediately
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8107 Ant PP_1495462516
Contact Name: Anthony Bridge
Contact Email: anthonyb@montash.com
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

SAP PP Consultant required to work on an initial 6 month contract for a key client based in Belgium

Skills & Experiences:

  • SAP, SAP PP, SAP PS, SAP PM, SAP CS, SAP QM,

  • Proven process experience in the areas of manufacturing

  • At least 5 full life cycle implementations in SAP PP planning in large manufacturing or maintenance/repair companies

  • Minimum of 8 years SAP PP experience

  • Proven SAP functional and configuration experience in the following SAP PP areas: production planning, demand management, long-term planning, capacity planning and shop floor control

  • Good knowledge of at least one other module (PS, PM, CS, QM)

  • Integration knowledge in the following SAP areas: SAP PS, PM, CS, WM, MM, SD, CO

  • Must speak fluent English or Dutch

Get in touch immediately by emailing me at AnthonyB@montash.com

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