Global Process Steward

Company Name:
Koch Davis
The candidate works within supply chain development and optimization organization which has responsibility to support the design, build, implementation and sustainment of enterprise ERP and supply chain solutions based on a SAP technology platform. Must exhibit expertise in the areas of material management(MM), inventory management(IM) and warehouse management(WM). Have a hands on roll in business process development, application of global blue printing standards, liaison between functional and technical resources, gap analysis to global standards, unit and integration testing, go-live deployments and post go-live support. Have a strong understanding of master data, subcontracting, and third party order processing. Able to demonstrate experience in inventory management, goods receipts, goods issue, invoice verification, stock transfers, transfer postings, material to material transfers, physical inventory, stock determination, and cycle counting. Support the global deployment of ERP within the corporation. Support the identification of opportunities to standardize processes and system configuration globally and ensure compliance across all implementations to these standards. Collaborate with representatives of other SAP functions to ensure end to end process integration and consistency. Develop, prototype, test and implement solution improvements to increase stability, usability and functionality to enable end users to meet business objectives.
A Minimum of 5+ years functional experience with SAP. Strong oral & written communication skills. Detail and task oriented skills with program management experience. ERP: SAP and Front end tools: MS Access, MS Excel, MS Office, MS Word, MS Power point, sharepoint, webx. Experience with integration of 3PL systems is preferred. Experience with Cold Chain Solutions preferred.
Bachelor Degree in Engineering, IT, Logistics, Supply Chain, or Business field.
The client company provides a worldwide healthcare and pharmaceutical services.

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