Published: October 29, 2018
Indianapolis, IN
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Job Title:         Procure to Pay Manager

Location:        Indianapolis, IN
Industry leading company has an immediate need for a Manager Procure to Pay (P2P) - (Order to Cash) for a permanent position.


Responsibilities include:

  • Provide day-to-day support of SAP application SD, MM and FI areas by resolving change requests and malfunction / incident tickets
  • Be responsible for providing IS solutions for various business requirements in the "Procure to Pay" business process using SAP and other applications such as Zycus
  • Be the project manager for small SAP and other projects in the P2P business process area
  • Be the main IS counterpart liaison with the P2P business process owners and Key users for finding IS solutions
  • Define IT strategy for these critical business processes by partnering with the business teams
  • Coach and mentor the technical and business analysts who support this functional area


Requirements include:

  • Bachelor's Degree
  • Must have SAP experience within a leadership role
  • Must have 5 years’ experience in supporting Sales and Distribution, Materials Management and Financial Accounting business processes
  • Project management experience in system development
  • Familiar with standards on application maintenance (e.g., ASL, BISL, ITIL)


This is a great opportunity with excellent upward mobility. Exceptional benefits and opportunity for career growth. Company will offer full relocation and interview expenses. There is no visa sponsorship or transfer available with this role.


Full job description available upon request.




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