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SAP SCM (SD MM) Solution Architect

Job Title: SAP SCM (SD MM) Solution Architect
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Netherlands,
Salary: €720 - €800 per annum
Start Date: 17/10/2016
Duration: 14 Months
REF: J5855
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 1 month ago

Job Description

Montash is currently looking for an experienced SCM Solution Architect to work for one of our global clients' based in the Netherlands, Eindhoven.

This is a contract opportunity for 14 months+ (until end of December 2014)

Industry sector: Manufacturing

Start: 17/10/2016

This is a full-time role, 5 days per week.

Required qualifications for this role include:

  • 10+ years working with SAP, with strong implementation experience in architecting SAP solutions
  • 5+ years of MM and SD configuration experience to support core P2P and O2C processes and good understanding of MM-FI/CO and SD-FI/CO integration.
  • Experience with Enterprise Architecture that includes a working knowledge of TOGAF architecture development methodology and Service Oriented architecture (SOA).
  • Strong Knowledge of Integration Tools
  • Working experience in Solution Manager (SolMan)
  • Experience with design and development of SCM processes, blueprinting and developing process flows.
  • Ability to clearly communicate complex concepts with both technical and functional teams
  • Experience with processes in a descreet manufacturing industry

Personal Skills:

  • Dutch language is a bonus

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