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SAP Test Manager

Job Title: SAP Test Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Germany
Salary: €600 - €700 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 3 Months
REF: J7274_1487953471
Contact Name: Deniss Snitko
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently recruiting for SAP Test Manager to start ASAP in Hanover, Germany.

Both German and English speaking consultants are required for the role.


Test preparation

Test planning

Test execution

1-2-1 meeting with business process owners and key Stakeholders at a senior level

Participation in user session

Ensuring coordination of test scenario's

Ensuring review of test scripts

This is a full Monday to Friday role (commuting home on a Friday is not possible in this instance)


Able to manage criticism


Get stuck in approach - checking, calling, driving


Proactive - physical running around not just phone


Proven experience in test mgt or test coord roles on several large projects

SAP finance implementation experience

Fluent native German speaker (there is a UAT tester on the team who is German)


Experience of German rollouts in particular from a finance perspective

Pan European rollout experience (but don't get too hung up on this)

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