- Initial 2-3 month contract
- National Organisation
- Port Macquarie Location
Great opportunity for a Peoplesoft Consultant to join huge organisation in the beautiful Port Macquarie on an initial 2-3 month contract
Your chance is now available to head over to the beautiful region of Port Macquarie on an initial 2-3 month engagement to work on an exciting project with a huge utilities organisation.
LAFHA can be claimed by candidates who temporarily relocate to Port Macquarie whilst keeping a property where they have relocated from (Candidates who are originally based in Port Macquarie or who permanently relocate to Port Macquarie are not eligible for LAFHA)
- Monitor batch processes, investigate process failures, investigate and resolve problems
- Log technical issues with Technical Support and track through to resolution
- Leading the implementation of current system functionality improvements including:
- Improving PeopleSoft Procurement to Pay usage to improve internal controls and meet findings of recent audit including introducing Supplier portal and removing the risk and effort associated with the maintenance of supplier master data, remittance delivery.as well as increase end to end auditability.
- Improving the Logistics and Inventory Process in PeopleSoft including improved receipting and stocktaking
- Very strong PeopleSoft FSCM 9.2 module skills experience (2-5 years)
- Thorough understanding of end to end business processes in particular procure to pay, order to cash and supply and demand
- A working knowledge of PeopleSoft Integration Broker.
- Strong understanding of SQL
- Strong understanding of People Code
To be considered for the role click the 'Apply' button or for more information about this and other opportunities please contact George Davies on 02 94645955. Please quote our job reference number: 200166333.
Reference Number: 200166333_1
Contact Details: George Davies- 02 9464 5955
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Contact Phone: 02 9464 5955
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