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SAP S/4 HANA Consultant (FICO)

Job Title: SAP S/4 HANA Consultant (FICO)
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: €0.00 - €900 per annum
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J9729_1506357335
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email:
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

Montash are looking for a Senior SAP S/4 HANA FICO Consultant to join a greenfield SAP S/4 HANA programme for a key client based nearby to Frankfurt, Germany.

This is an excellent opportunity to be involved with the latest SAP technology for a global client that can offer a long-term project.

You will need:-

  • In-depth knowledge of SAP FI/CO, with a minimum of 5 full E2E project lifecycles
  • Understanding of SAP's product strategy and roadmap, including positioning of S/4 HANA and enabling tools. Strong project experience with S/4 HANA is highly desirable
  • Experience with leading project teams or operating as Senior Consultant on relevant programmes
  • Excellent stakeholder management skills
  • Fluent English written/verbal is essential, with German as an additional language ideal

The daily rate for this position is up to €900 per day.

This is an excellent opportunity for growth in new SAP technologies - if you are interested then please apply today.

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