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SAP Success Factors Consultant

Job Title: SAP Success Factors Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Germany, Germany
Salary: £80000 - £90000 per annum + Package
REF: J9168_1503579486
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: about 2 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global consultancy based in Germany who currently have a fantastic permanent opportunity for an experienced SAP SuccessFactors Consultant.

As a Senior SAP SuccessFactors Consultant you will be responsible for all aspects of implementation, upgrade and support work across various customer sites.

Candidates will need to have;

  • A strong and proven background within SAP SuccessFactors
  • experienced with a consultancy background (preferred but not essential)
  • Strong knowledge/experience of SAP HCM capabilities
  • worked on global SAP HCM/SuccessFactors projects
  • Excellent stakeholder management and customer engagement skills
  • Must be German speaking (business fluent at least)
  • willing to travel

For further information regarding this fantastic opportunity, please get in touch for further details.

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