SAP PM PS Functional Analyst

Location: Brisbane CBD, Queensland
Job Type: Contract
Posted: 2 days ago
Contact: Elisha Saggar
Discipline:
Reference: 200785_1579151723

The Department requires the services of an experienced SAP Plant Maintenance (PM) / Project Systems (PS) Functional Analyst to advance the SAP Improvements and MSBI Reporting.
This role plays an integral part of a multi- disciplinary team.
The SAP Functional Analyst (PM/PS) must consistently aim to deliver quality services and/or solutions that meet business requirements and ensure that goals are accomplished in line with business objectives.

They will have responsibility for the following activities and delivery of
the following key tasks:

  • Work as part of a team of functional consultants and analysts to enhance the Plant Maintenance and Project Systems solutions for the department.
  • Develop and test functional enhancements for the business solution.
  • Working across integration points of FICO, MM and AA.
  • Assist with testing, implementation and refinement of the process.
  • Provide end user training when required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • 5 years SAP PM Module solution experience
  • 5 years SAP PS Module solution experience
  • Minimum of 2 SAP full life cycle implementations

ESSENTIAL REQUIREMENTS:

  • Demonstrated experience with strong technical and business knowledge of both the SAP Plant Maintenance and Project Systems modules.
  • Demonstrated experience in the full project lifecycle and ITIL.
  • Demonstrated analytical, conceptual and innovative problem solving skills
  • Demonstrated experience developing and recommending options and implementing solutions to enhance business performance and reform business processes.

DESIRABLE REQUIREMENTS

  • SAP ERP 6 experience would be highly regarded
  • Experience working in a government environment with Prince2 methodology and ITIL Change Management.

Apply Now! Or contact Carrie Watts or Elisha Saggar on 33197502 for a confidential discussion today quoting reference number 200785