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

Job Title: Senior SAP Consultant (Functional) - Frankfurt - €850 / day
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Frankfurt am Main (60488), Hessen
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Salary: €850 per day
Start Date: ASAP
REF: 1234353_1507555576
Contact Name: Brogan James
Contact Email: BroganJ@montash.com
Job Published: 8 days ago

Job Description

This position is responsible for:

- 8 - 10 years of SAP experience including five or more years direct hands-on experience in full life cycle, complex data and reporting experience preferred

- Minimum 3 full life cycle SAP implementation experience and an in-depth understanding of SAP integration and ASAP methodology

- UAT with the business client. Provide input to BRD and functional specification documents to UAT

- Provide SRD and SES documents to UAT/system test groups, to assist with testing scenarios

- Expert technical direction to functional configurators and contractors

- Analyse, design, customise, test, maintain and support specific SAP applications

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