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SAP Programme Manager

Job Title: SAP Programme Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Paris, Île-de-France
Salary: €700 - €800 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J9910_1507200660
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: 15 days ago

Job Description

I am currently working with a global manufacturing organisation, who are looking for a Project Finance Lead to come on board and assist with a SAP implementation. It will be for an initial 6 months with the scope to extend further into 2018.

The successful candidate will be responsible for the initial scoping of the project and drawing up the road map and strategy for the implementation. As part of the role you will also be required to work collaboratively with the finance systems team, as well as manage senior stakeholders within the organisation.

The ideal candidate will have extensive experience working as a Project manager/Project lead on several ERP implementation projects. You will also have a strong understanding of SAP (other ERP systems may be considered). You will be Prince 2 qualified, and have a strong track record of delivering projects to strict deadlines.

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