Oracle Financials Functional Consultant - New Large Global Project (10 roles)
Location: See Below – WANT LOCALS TO THE COUNTRY WHERE POSSIBLE
Length: 3 months + extension
Start: November 1st
Rate: Open + expenses USD
International Resource 1 Australia
International Resource 2 Brazil
International Resource 3 Poland
International Resource 4 China
International Resource 5 South Africa
International Resource 6 Peru
International Resource 7 Canada
International Resource 8 Indonesia
International Resource 9 Russia
International Resource 10 Netherlands
• Must be extremely strong the financials suite of Application( G/L, AR, AP, Cash management, FA)
• Must have knowledge or experience of R12 version.
• Knowledge of Supply chain area is a plus.
• Must also be well versed with the Localization and statutory requirement knowledge of the specific country.
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