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Consulting SAP TM (Transport Management) - CVs in English - Darmstadt


In an International project, we are looking for a SAP TM Consultant to work on the implementation of SAP TM in Germany (in full-time). You will work in an International team in the IT department. You will participate to the roll out of SAP TM in the logistic and transportation areas for Germany.

SAP TM Business Architect has key responsibilities in collecting business requirements, designing business process, testing processes. Good English speaker with good communication and understanding requirements are keys for this job

  • Work with business to collect business requirements
  • Design Business Processes
  • Analyze business requirements and write Functional Specifications
  • Closely aligns with technical subject matter expert for related IT systems to ensure seamless alignment of process, data and IT solution
  • System Configuration
  • Install TM settings (TM master data)
  • System Testing
  • Training end users
  • Site Implementation and Hypercare (support our end users


  • At least 3-5 years of experience in SAP implementation in SAP TM
  • Skills in SD
  • Good communication, able to make clear presentationLanguages:

  • Fluent English and German (Written and Spoken)


Gianfranco Stefano Lapi
Telefon: +49 611 4456 360
  • Branche Chemie & Pharma
  • Ort Darmstadt
  • Start asap
  • Dauer 14.06.2020
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