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SAP PP Consultant

Job Title: SAP PP Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Barcelona, Spain
Salary: €450.00 - €500.00 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J8357_1498230634
Contact Name: Lois Hinken
Contact Email:
Job Published: 4 months ago

Job Description

Our client is an industry-leading healthcare company with operations in over 90 countries worldwide. They are actively seeking an experienced SAP PP Consultant to join their growing SAP function for a minimum of 6-months on a long-term project, to be based in Spain.

The project calls for an experienced SAP PP consultant, with experience on full E2E project lifecycles a necessity. You will need to consult with business on all areas of the project, with solid design and configuration skills essential.

You will need: -

  • A proven background in SAP PP, with a minimum of 5+ years' experience
  • Solid experience with SAP PM (Plant Maintenance) is ideal
  • E2E project experience is essential
  • Strong experience in design and configuration areas
  • Strong background in consulting
  • Highly communicative, able to engage with project stakeholders
  • Fluent Spanish written/verbal is ideal, with English also ideal

The daily rate for this project is negotiable up to €500 per day dependent upon experience

Please apply today to be considered for this position

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