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SAP SD (OTC) Consultant

Job Title: SAP SD (OTC) Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Amsterdam, North Holland
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Salary: €0.00 - €650 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J5856
Contact Name: Richard Howley
Contact Email: richardh@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

Montash are excited to offer an experienced SAP SD / OTC Consultant a 12-month contract for a global organisation based near Amsterdam, Netherlands.

As a SD / OTC Consultant, you will work extensively with stakeholders both within the business and with clients to lead the GAP analysis, redesign and template change management exercises in support of global programmes.

  • Worked in both project and support environments
  • Multiple full SAP SD lifecycles are essential
  • Strong consulting skills
  • Experience in the rollout of global templates
  • Desire to assist with pre-sales activities
  • Flexibility to travel around the Netherlands
  • Excellent English skills, both written and verbal is highly advantageous

The daily rate for this role is €650 per day.

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