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Senior SAP Consultant (Functional) - Frankfurt - €850 a day

Job Title: Senior SAP Consultant (Functional) - Frankfurt - €850 a day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main, Hessen
Salary: £850 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 months
REF: 654655599_1507555807
Contact Name: Jonathan Malone
Contact Email:
Job Published: 8 days ago

Job Description

  • Perform prgramme configuration/modification and set up activities on multi-scale projects using specific company process techniques
  • Gather detail requirements from business users gathering documentation, set-up activities, configuration, testing and user support for SAP application software
  • Coordinate User Acceptance testing (UAT) with the business client. Provide input to Business Requirement Documents (BRD) and functional specification documents to UAT and system test groups
  • Provide technical direction for specific process and sub-process areas or assigned tasks
  • Will understand how to estimate, configure and leverage SAP functionality to meet business process needs.
  • Has 8-10 years of SAP experience including five or more years direct hands-on experience in full lifecycle
  • Minimum three full lifecycle SAP implementation experience and an in-depth understanding of SAP integration and ASAP methodology. Five years complex data analysis and reporting experience in an SAP environment is strongly preferred.

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