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SAP Supply Chain Analyst

Job Title: SAP Supply Chain Analyst
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Geneva, Switzerland
Salary: €800 - €1000 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J9736_1506358240
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: 22 days ago

Job Description

Key deliverables of the SAP SCM Professionals:

  • Design & deliver global SAP SCM templates including SAP MM, Ariba, SAP PP, SAP QM, SAP GTS, SAP APO, SAP IBP
  • Single point of contact for all Solution Architecture activities
  • Responsible to oversee the SAP SCM build
  • SME for SAP Supply Chain
  • Lead a team of SAP SCM consultants
  • Requirements gathering
  • Fit-gap analysis
  • Deliver full project life-cycle
  • Stakeholder management

Key criteria required of the SAP SCM Professionals:

  • 8+ years SAP SCM deployment experience
  • Proven experience in SAP Solution Architecture, design and build or global template solutions
  • Subject matter expertise in several of the following modules - SAP MM - Procurement / Ariba, SAP PP - Planning (Strategic and Operational), Manufacturing, SAP QM - Quality Management, and SAP GTS - Global Trade Services, SAP APO
  • European template roll out experience
  • Strong consulting & stakeholder management skills
  • Team Lead Experience
  • Excellent communication skills in English

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