SAP Master Data Lead (Project Manager)

  • Location

    Cambridge, Cambridgeshire

  • Sector:

    Data

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary:

    £500 - £600 per day

  • Contact:

    James Jarvis

  • Contact email:

    james.jarvis@xcede.co.uk

  • Job ref:

    HQ00029552_1572953955

  • Duration:

    9-12 Months

  • Startdate:

    ASAP

SAP MASTER DATA LEAD / PROJECT MANAGER / CUSTOMER DATA / PRICING DATA / DATA CLEANSE

SAP Master Data Lead / Lead Project Manager
Duration: 9-12 Months
Location: Cambridge
Pay Rate: £500-600 per day

My client is Looking for someone with deep SAP master data experience. This is not an IT role but is focussed solely on customer and pricing data (i.e. not vendor). Ideal candidate will have design and operational experience (likely a GPO Global Process Owner in a global organisation).

The Ideal experience would include:-

*Deep SAP customer master data experience (ideally including pricing)
*Someone who's successfully driven (not just been part of a team) global improvements in quality (preferably more than once)
*Ideally with experience in using a 3rd party service provider to enrich and maintain data
*Project management skills would be a benefit, able to influence people up / down an organisation

Leading multiple successful data cleanses and/or system migrations / consolidations -

*A hands on type of leader
*Minimum 10 yrs. experience
*Working with external vendors and internal stakeholders to cleanse and enrich existing data
*Deep knowledge of best in class tools and processes to on-board, amend and retire customer records
*Ability to influence senior stakeholders, build a case for change and implement
*Experienced in developing policies and controls
*Design appropriate metrics / KPI's to track progress and monitor quality
*Experience of end to end O2C (order to cash) process a benefit

They have multiple instances (5) of ECC SAP, all are configured slightly different and there is some overlap of customers. They are high revenue business and growing with an urgent need to cleanse the data in the first instance and then develop a clear design, policy and governance framework.
The stronger and more qualified the better.