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SAP SRM Project Manager - Frankfurt - €800 to €1000

Job Title: SAP SRM Project Manager - Frankfurt - €800 to €1000
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: €800 - €1000 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 7 Months
REF: J7873_1493729339
Contact Name: Emmanuel Acheampong
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently looking for 2 project managers to work with a Pharmaceuticals company in Germany working on their global rollout.

Main skills:

  • SAP SRM, Catalogue Content Management (Hubwoo), Electronic Document Exchange (Hubwoo), Excel
  • Excellent knowledge in end-to-end Source-to-Pay processes and systems
  • Experienced project manager, used to working with conflicting priorities

Main tasks:

  • Maintain HR org structure in SRM, including company codes, plants, purchasing organization, purchasing groups, attribute templates, CPIC user
  • Maintain attributes and responsibilities
  • Maintain delivery addresses
  • Align, prepare and upload content of mapping tables
  • Maintain purchasing group relationships
  • Setup/Maintain HR mini master data
  • Setup Catalogue Content Management: framework + internal & external catalogues, also for Plant Maintenance
  • Nominate suppliers for catalogue and Quick Quote
  • Manage supplier on-boarding for electronic document exchange
  • Support with Hyper-care

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