Project Manager - Warehouse Management
SAP Project Manager
Whitehall Resources are looking for a SAP Project manager for a project with a prestigious client based in Stockholm, Sweden.
Start Date – 14/01/2019
End date – 31/12/2019
Assignment Description – SAP Project Manager / Warehouse Management
The Client is developing a new warehouse management solution and have a high pace rolling out the new solution. They are looking to strengthen the AD team in FA Warehouse with an Application Expert (AE)/Project Manager. As a member of the AD-team you will be part of delivering a state of the art warehouse solution to the business, currently in use in several of the clients key planning markets.
For this role it is important that you have several years of experience implementing WMS solutions and SAP. It is important that you easily communicate and coordinate with colleagues as well as customers.
Primary tasks are:
-Lead for initiatives e.g. PMC prestudy, transitions
-Interact with other teams in meetings to hand-over.
-Process design and documentation
-Review of planning, design and test
-Project Management experience
-Application experience from WMS area
-Experience from SAP implementations and roll-outs
-Experience in SAP implementation projects with many people involved
-Business experience from logistics/warehousing
-Experience of data migrations
-Training experience as a trainer
-Straightforward and open minded
-Skilled in thinking both on helicopter- and on a detailed level
-Team player and a can-do –attitude, always helping peers and supporting the team
-Be a driven, well organized person with excellent communication skills
-Good verbal communication and documentation capacity in English
-Available for long term assignment
Rate must be in SEK
If you are interested, please get in touch with Harris on +44 1206 212 101
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