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|Title:||SAP Systems analyst|
|Job Location:||Singapore, Central Singapore - Singapore|
|Salary:||$850.00 - $1,200.00 - US Dollars - Daily|
|Employer Will Recruit From:||Worldwide|
SAP Systems Analyst required for Mining Consultancy working with SAP>
Fantastic 12 month contract based in Singapore but seeking US or Asian based candidates who may have the skillset.
SAP Logisitics or Procurment Analysis
Serial number tracking experience
My client is a SAP Consulting firm supporting a Mining Consultancy. The work they have at the moment is in Singapore but they feel the SAP expereinced candidate they are after may be in the US. This is a very specialised role.
They require a Systems Aanalyst/specialist consultant in the SAP arena. This skillset is not common and is not specifically linked to a module in that it spans several modules and is a skill set developed by SAP for specific manufacturing / distribution companies who require very specific unique serial number tracking from within a lot. For example: a serial numbered ‘sku’ (with source tracking of everything that was used to make it) in a packaging of XX number in a ‘sku’ full of other packs. This ‘sku’ of bundled packs is combined to make a lot with many other ‘skus’ so we would appreciate your assistance. This is for a mining / commercial provider of explosives and innovative blasting systems to the mining, quarrying, oil and gas and construction markets, and a specialist provider of ground support services in mining and tunnelling.
Description of the Resource Skill Set:
We are looking for a specific skill, probably from the Pharma sector, that understands unique serial number tracking from within a lot. For example: a serial numbered cigarette (with source tracking of everything that was used to make it) in a pack of 20 in a carton full of packs. This carton of bundled packs is combined to make a ‘sku’ or ‘lot’ with many other cartons. Several ‘skus’ or ‘lots’ then combine to make a pallet, which is then distributed. Basically this gets down to a very low level of detail. To understand the uniqueness of this skill, SAP themselves only have about 10 people who know about this and usually go to their partners when they need resources, hence us but unfortunately we do not have this skillset in house.
Singapore (and possibly other travel required).
To be determined based on the skills of the consultant.
Will be included.