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  • Manager - SAP Production Planning

    Job Locations US-NJ-Piscataway
    Posted Date 3 weeks ago(6/28/2018 8:55 AM)
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  • Overview

    The Manager - Product Planning  provides support, setup, configuration, customer guidance for all SOIP related functions including production reporting activities for the LWTA manufacturing plants and distribution centers. This position will be responsible for both onboarding new sites and will maintain the current manufacturing related activities.


    The successful candidate will work with the SOIP business leaders in order to configure and support all Production Planning (PP) related functions within ECC to include production and scrap reporting, rework, MPS, MRP, Forecast and QM. This role is also responsible for setup and support of variant configuration, characteristic based forecasting, Engineering Change Management (ECM) to include changes in Encgineering Change Notifications (ECN) as well as configuration and support for Document Management System (DMS). Support and configuration of processes within APO-SNP as they relate to PP will also be required. In addition, this role will collaborate with internal customers on developing queries and will work in conjunction with ABAP development to generate SOIP specific reporting


    Bachelor’s degree in Engineering or related field

    At least 7-10 years working experience in ECC including configuration and support of the following modules:

    • PP
    • MM
    • QM
    • APO-SNP
    • Working experience in Repetitive Manufacturing, Discreet Manufacturing and variant configuration.
    • In depth knowledge of WM, FI, SD required.
    • Two full lifecycles implementing and supporting Production Planning within SAP
    • Completed at least two full SAP Life Cycle implementations
    • Working knowledge of S4 HANA PP and Manufacturing preferred
    • S4 HANA Certification in PP and Manufacturing preferred


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