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Senior SAP MM Analyst/Consultant

Job Title: Senior SAP MM Analyst/Consultant
Contract Type: Permanent
Location: Republic of Ireland, Republic of Ireland
Salary: £0.00 per annum + Competitive salary + Bonus
REF: J8090_1496842641
Contact Name: Gabriel Johnson
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Montash are currently working with a global organisation based in Ireland that have a fantastic opportunity for a Senior SAP MM Analyst/Consultant to join their growing team.

As a Senior SAP MM Analyst/Consultant you will lead an exciting and driven team where you will be responsible for various implementations, upgrades and support programmes across the organisation global SAP platform.

You will need to have;

  • Strong hands on experience within SAP MM (Material Management).
  • Team management experience.
  • Implementation / full end to end experience within SAP MM.
  • Knowledge / experience with integration modules into SAP MM.
  • Configuration / Implementation experience of SAP SRM or Ariba would be highly advantageous but not essential.

Experienced SAP MM professionals who would be interested in hearing more about this opportunity should get in touch for further details.

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