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SAP HR / Success Factors Consultant

Job Title: SAP HR / Success Factors Consultant
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Birmingham, West Midlands
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Salary: £500 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J6193
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email: chrisg@montash.com
Job Published: about 1 year ago

Job Description

We are looking for a strong SAP HR / SuccessFactors Consultant to work with a global organisation with their implementation of SuccessFactors. This is for an initial 6 month contract but will extend beyond that and will be based in the UK. You will be assisting with all aspects of their global implementation ranging from Employee Central through to Advanced Reporting, LMS and Performance Management.

The ideal SAP HR / SuccessFactors Consultant will have experience in:

* SuccessFactors
* SAP HR
* SuccessFactors Employee Central (EC)
* SuccessFactors LMS (Learning Management System)
* SuccessFactors PMS (Performance Management System)
* SuccessFactors Advanced Reporting
* Role Based Authorisations within SuccessFactors
* Knowledge of Dell Boomi integration

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