Master Data Specialist Job In Doncaster, South Yorkshire

Published 2021-12-16
Expires 2022-01-16
ID #794890785
40000 £
Master Data Specialist Job In Doncaster, South Yorkshire
United Kingdom, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom,
Published December 16, 2021

Job details:

Job type: Full time
Contract type: Permanent
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Master data specialist
Min. Salary: 35000.00

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SAP Material Master Data Specialist - Doncaster - Engineering / Manufacturing

Our client, a manufacturing & engineering business based in Doncaster, are now looking to recruit a SAP Material Master Data Specialist.

As a Material Master Data Specialist, you are a key member of the master data maintenance team in SAP who is responsible for the material master creation and maintenance in SAP/S4 HANA MM and the coordination of the Master Data Processors.

You are responsible for the creation, update, release and withdrawal of material masters and ensure the quality of the master data is achieved by checking the consistency and integrity of the master data for the respective business processes

In the role of Material Master Data Specialist, you keep a very close and active communication to the project and operations teams as well as other departments including production, engineering, purchasing, finance, sales and warehouse.

You take an active part in project handover activities to ensure the correct data definition and the seamless integration of all material master data for the required logistic processes. Striving for operational excellence, you follow through on supporting the departments with creation of material master data related objects within the operations space (i.e. creation of mBOM, preparation of routing, etc.).

The role of Material Master Data Specialist functions within a global team of specialists and reports to the global Master Data Owner and the local operations teams.

Key Responsibilities:

* Creation and enhancement of materials

* First contact person for the Material Master Data Processors

* Consulting, support and training of Material Master Data Processors

* First contact person for material master data relevant issues

* Identification of process change potentials out of the day-to-day business

* Support for the Master Data Owner in preparation of IT-requests

* Evaluation of the feasibility of process changes and their increase in efficiency

* Processes data change request of local organization in cooperation with Material Master Data Processors

Core Skills and Knowledge

* Completed training in an IT-specific profession with a production or operations background or a manufacturing/ engineering profession in combination with strong IT-skills, or comparable training

* Knowledge of material management in SAP ERP (module MM)

* Knowledge in classification and bill of materials handling is a plus

* Understanding of the business processes relevant to manufacturing, customer service, purchasing, engineering and logistics

* Experience in with cross-departmental logistic processes

* Ability to articulate problems as well as to propose changes in a clear and understandable manner

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