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SAP Security and Authorizations - €550 - €600 - Brussels

Job Title: SAP Security and Authorizations - €550 - €600 - Brussels
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Brussels
Salary: €550.00 - €600 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J7285_1488366784
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash is Currently looking for an SAP Security and Authorizations Expert To work with our client in Brussels

Consultant position description

The SAP Security and Authorizations Consultant will assist global SAP Security Manager in activities related authorizations (re-)design and audit, as well as related risk remediation in several SAP systems (e.g. ECC, SRM, Solution Manager, MDG, GRC).

Job description

The consultant will be responsibility for:

  1. Designing and implementing task-based authorization concept
  2. Analysing requirements for role and authorizations changes, and proposing adequate design solution (including technical set up like SU24 settings)
  3. Documenting authorizations solution (roles, organizational restrictions)
  4. Assisting SAP Security Manager on improving / enforcing SAP Security baseline
  5. Providing regular ad hoc audit analyses on authorizations
  6. Advising on technical set up of audit rules in GRC

Mandatory Experience

  1. SAP Authorizations (re-)design and audit (with accelerator tools)
  2. Segregation of duties analysis skills on technical level, with understanding of related business risks
  3. Roll-outs on large scale (multi-country, multi-system)

Formal Education

  1. Degree/Masters level and above
  2. ITIL V3, PMBOK, Prince 2, SAP certification in SAP Security


Dutch & English Native Speaking

Montash - SAP - Security - Authorizations - Expert - Brussels

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