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SAP Programme Manager - £120-£150K Basic

Job Title: SAP Programme Manager - £120-£150K Basic
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: London, London
Industry:
Salary: £120000 - £150000 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
REF: J6232
Contact Name: Emmanuel Acheampong
Contact Email: emmanuela@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

SAP Programme Manager - Transformation - Global Scale £120-£150k Plus Package

Montash have been engaged by a highly prestigious global business who are a FTSE 250 organisation.

Our client is looking for polished individuals from consultancy or end client that want to work on a large scale programme happening in the UK and Globally.

London based, with up to 20% International Travel
£excellent basic and benefits - basic is dependent on skills and experience

Experience Required:

* Extensive programme management experience, ideally covering change / transformation?
* Delivered multiple SAP projects and or programmes?
* Worked on Country Wide implementations.

* Excellent stakeholder management & consulting skills?
* Exceptional interpersonal & presentational skills?

To Learn more about the opportunity please apply today for a call back.

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