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SAP Transformation Manager

Job Title: SAP Transformation Manager
Contract Type: Contract
Location: West Midlands, England
Salary: £700 - £800 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 12 Months
REF: J8626_1500643075
Contact Name: Chris Gibbs
Contact Email:
Job Published: 3 months ago

Job Description

The SAP Transformation Manager will deliver a cash processing project. We are ideally looking for someone from a Treasury background with extensive 3rd Party Management experience.

Skills needed: Finance system implementation and configuration of financial modules in SAP (GL, AP, AR, PS, TR)

"Deliver agreed business outcomes in support of the strategy against defined and measurable KPI's

"Successful cost effective delivery of business change across functions

"Delivery of all aspects of change against standards in the most effective manner.

"Effective co-ordination, communication and stakeholder management across the organisation for all activity related to the programmes change;

"Cost effective use of resource for change implementation (internal and external suppliers);

"A sponsor held to account for the quality of programme deliverables.

"Delivering through and with external suppliers & third parties, holding them to account for specific deliverables

"Identification and management of programme risks, issues and dependencies.

"Quantify and produce contingency plans. Facilitate complex problem solving initiatives relating to risks. This will require a high technical competence and ability to think strategic solutions from the customers' perspective.

"Lead and motivate the programme team to perform and deliver requirements.

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