Are you a Functional Analyst? Have background with SAP Production Planning? Qaulity Management? Then this position might be of interest to you.
In short, our direct client has asked for help locating a new PERMANENT hire for this role. They are open to h1 transfers if the candidate is the right fit. Ideal candidates have solid expertise of processes and transactions throughout Order Fulfillment, MRP, Consumption-Based Planning, Production Order/Process Order Creation & Execution, and Routings/Master Recipes. For a detail list of skills targetted see the qaulifications list below.
So, if sounds like you, APPLY TODAY!!!
(in order of desirability)
#1 - SAP MFG Analyst (Functional); PP/QM SAP Modules; Integration exposure (RFC, BAPI, etc.); Data Conversion work; Ability to read ABAP a plus.
SKILLS - CORE:
SAP -- Functional Roles
SAP -- Production Planning (PP; MRP and SFC specifically)
SAP -- Quality Management (QM)
Is the candidate open to permanent hire?
SKILLS - MAJORITY REQUIRED:
SAP ECC -- 6.0
SAP -- Materials Management (MM)
SAP -- Sales and Distribution (SD)
SAP -- Inventory Management (IM)
SAP -- Consumption Based Planning
SAP -- Process Order and/or Production Order Creation
SAP -- Routings/Master Receipes
SAP -- Order Fulfillment
SAP -- Functional specifications for configuration objects and RICEF objects
If not listed in resume, notate here ALL education details for candidate (institution, degree, year of graduation)
Provide either (1) an online profile (LinkedIn URL, etc) or (2) a reference that you reported to. If providing reference, share name, company, phone, and email where email is from the domain of the company. If neither, put NA in comments.
ABAP -- Ability to read / debug to troubleshoot
SKILLS - ALSO CONSIDERED:
Certifications -- APICS
SAP -- PLM Module (Recipe development, etc.)
SAP -- Advanced Planner and Optimizer (APO; Demand Planning)
1st Language English or equivalent (i.e. 8 years in US, AUS, Singapore, Europe, etc.)
Is the candidate willing, if requested, to authorize background checks and/or education checks as part of selection process?
Is the candidate willing, if requested, to take drug screen as part of selection process?
Screens with candidate (phone and/or video) may be recorded to enable the overall selection process. Are you comfortable with that?
If your submsision gets this contract, what is the rate to the employer of record? If you are employer of record just put $0 in the comment field.
Employment Type: Perm Hire
Role: SAP PP/QM Functional Analyst
Location: Greeley, CO.
Compensation: Up to $115000/year in base salary.
Current pool: 0/0 (In Play/Submitted). Click HERE for summary view of candidates submitted so far.
|Last Update ||12/13/18 13:56 PM. Tim Bauer. Closing this. Not getting feedback from client (per agent). We'll reopen if that changes.. (full detail change log at bottom).|
|Shortlist On ||12/14/18|
|Start On ||12/31/18|
|Duration ||Duration is NA, this is a direct-hire, perm position.|
|1st Post Date ||11/07/18|
|1st Screened by Amplified||0|
|Submitted to Client||0|
|Interviewed by Client||0|
|Client||Shared after 1st Screen|
|Contact for Lead
|Interview Details||Face-to-face interview is required after phone screen. If not possible, let LEVERAGEncy know on submission if Skype or other options could work (or none).|
||Client is only considering candidates with work authorizations of: Any Type
||The overall rating for this lead is A. This is due to Amplified only working perm positions with its direct clients.
|Layers||Between Amplified and the End Client there are 1 layers. In addition, the end client prefers that Amplified limits the layers between Amplified and the Employer of Record of the candidate to 0.|
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