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SAP Project Manager

Job Title: SAP Project Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Copenhagen, Copenhagen Municipality
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Salary: €700 - €800 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J7300_1488535280
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email: chrisg@montash.com
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

  • SAP knowledge in terms of overall processes, strategy, methods and management tools
  • Knowledge of the SAP processes
  • Minimum of 3 full SAP project life cycles of significant size, scope and complexity
  • SAP R3 knowledge and experience
  • Demonstrable SAP delivery
  • Lead role in SAP opportunities exceeding £2m of sales p.a.
  • Strong communications skills and ability to communicate and influence at all levels
  • Leadership skills demonstrated through management and/or team lead roles covering planning, reporting, issue & risk management and people management skills
  • Knowledge and experience of the sales process for consulting services
  • Commercially aware in terms of contractual aspects and value added propositions

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