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SAP FICO Senior Business Analyst to $105K + Bonus

Company Name:
Arca24.com
Start date: ASAP
Minimum salary: 85000.00 USD
Maximum salary: 105000.00 USD
Salary period: Annual
SalaryAdditional: Bonus + Relocation
ZERO travel/full-time SAP FICO Senior Business Analyst position with our global Manufacturing client in Virginia.
Compensation:
$85 - 105K base + bonus (5-10%) + full benefits + relocation to the Lynchburg area of Virginia.
NOTE:
This is a Functional position. They want an SAP pro with FICO experience that is 70% (or more) Functional
Required:
Strong experience working with SAP FICO end-users to translate business requirements into SAP FICO system specifications 3 to 5 years of SAP configuration experience with the FI and CO modules Minimum of 2 full-life cycle SAP implementations
Duties:
Support the existing SAP FICO design, application configuration, and custom system enhancements/integration points Develop procedures, processes and guidelines that are efficient and focused on the quality of the process or end state deliverable Develop SAP FICO functional design specifications in support of existing and new application requirements Collaborate with various technical teams to evaluate SAP FICO design alternatives, optimize design solution and minimize impact to performance Develop and execute functional unit test cases in support of new SAP FICO application requirements Collaborate with cross functional teams to perform SAP FICO test activities Responsible for managing SAP FICO design issue/defect resolution Support the deployment of production applications and provide post-production support related to the custom system enhancements, and integration points Interact with users that use SAP FICO

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