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SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant

Job Title: SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: United Kingdom,London
Industry:
Salary: £450 - £550 per day
Start Date: Asap
Duration: 6 Months+
REF: SDMMSHAR_42180
Contact Name: Laurence Lefevre
Contact Email: laurencel@montash.com
Job Published: over 3 years ago

Job Description

SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant - Contract - 6 Months - £450 - £550 Per Day - ASAP - London

My client is a global FMCG organisation in need of a Talented SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant.

The succesful SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant will ideally come from an extensive background of global implementations for large blue chip organisations.

The successful SAP SD/MM functional consultant will have extensive experience in SAP SD/MM and a good understanding of the SAP LE module. It is advantageous if you have experience in Debugging.

Key Skills: SAP SD/MM, SAP SD, Sales and Distribution, SAP MM, Materials Management, SAP LE, Logistics, debugging.

If you feel you are a perfect match for this SAP SD/MM Functional Consultant position please apply and call me ASAP 0207 014 0231

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