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Sap Project Delivery Manager

Job Title: Sap Project Delivery Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £500 - £650 per day
Start Date: Asap
Duration: 9 Months
REF: SPDMAPO_80767
Contact Name: Laurence Lefevre
Contact Email: laurencel@montash.com
Job Published: about 3 years ago

Job Description

Sap Project Delivery Manager - SAP Delivery - SAP APO- Contract - £500 - £650

My client is a global consumer goods organisation in need of a talented Sap Project Delivery Manager to run a project to implement a Global Material Planning solution to support the implementation of above factory material planning for filter tow - based on SAP APO.

The successful Sap Project Delivery Manager will as well as having strong project management experience be a strong project delivery professional; on full life-cycle. This will either be a project to build on existing (heavily customised) solution, or ramp-up a new instance.

You will have strong SAP based delivery experience and will ideally have experience delivering a solution that has required ramp-up of new server infrastructures within a data centre

SAP APO experience is desirable.

The succesful Sap Project Delivery Manager Must have:

  • Knowledge of best practice project Management and implementation methodologies
  • Excellent Project Manager Skills, Initiation,Estimates,Prince 2 methodology.

This is a fantastic opportunity to get on board with a great blue chip organisation.

If you are a perfect match for this Sap Project Delivery Manager position with APO experience please apply and call me asap on 0207 014 0231

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