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Mar 142019
 

Expert in high profile Enterprise ERP Architectures, SAP and transformational global ERP solutions? Are you interested in working in a constantly changing organisation that is going through a major (international) digital transformation? Then we advise you to read through! Description Digital technologies are rapidly transforming the construction world and BAM. BAM wants to set the tone in the digital transition in the construction world; ‘Doing new things’ is a motto from our strategic agenda. A professional and international IT organization is crucial to achieve this. As a result of this and the strategic objective OneBam!, BAM IT creates BAM wide IT architectures and implements BAM wide ERP solutions and functionalities. For this reason, the need has arisen to hire an Enterprise ERP Architect. As the Enterprise ERP architect, you are responsible for the global architecture and (technical) roadmap of our ERP solutions. Together with the representatives of the business you validate, challenge and help improve the high-level business requirements and set the functional and technical principles, guidelines, standards and global architecture of our global ERP solutions. Because SAP solutions are widely used within the organization, the emphasis is on SAP technology. You define the architecture of the ERP solutions and monitor the implementation of it in a complex and international ERP programme. Together with our IT professionals, business representatives, end user community, vendors and the transformation programme you design possible ERP architectures and scenarios. You draw up project architecture documents, such as a PSA (project start architecture). You maintain contacts with customers, enterprise architects of BAM and project stakeholders regarding these deliverables. You are responsible for the architecture organization of the programme, which includes a design authority. You create architecture deliverables with the aim of ensuring the transfer of them to stakeholders within BAM IT and in the business. You base the ERP architecture on new technological possibilities and developments, using the right ERP module/functionality for the right purpose. You make sure that the ERP architecture is integrated in the overall application landscape of BAM and is aligned with the requirements, scope, principles, guidelines and standards of BAM IT. You facilitate the ERP architecture decision making process by working directly with the programme management, the solutions team, the SAP competence center and the enterprise architecture team. You work closely together with them to solve architectural problems, mitigating IT solution risks, and escalating IT architecture issues/risks when appropriate. To be able to fulfil this role well, you speak the language of the business and are well able to build productive relationships. You have experience with the dynamics of a commercial and/or project-driven organization. You possess the ability to operate at board level as well as local business level. Also, you can communicate complex insights to both technical and non-technical audiences. You are excellent in Dutch and English, both written and oral. You are passionate about ERP, data and technology. You have at least 5 years’ experience in a similar position within a multinational organization. You have done SAP S/4 Hana full life cycle implementations. Preferably you have 10+ years’ experience in SAP architectures and you are S4Hana certified. You possess S4Hana FICO and PO knowledge and experience. Preferably you have experience of CPM, MM, PS, SD and ETM. Also, you possess in-depth knowledge of business processes regarding Finance; Logistics; Purchasing; Plant and commercial project structures. Experience with reporting standards within construction is desirable as is knowledge of IT controls, compliance security and master data management. You possess strong Enterprise Architecture leadership skills and strong senior stakeholder engagement experience. This includes in-depth knowledge of and experience with Enterprise Architecture. Preferably you have knowledge of Togaf, DYA, Archimate and BizzDesign. Also, you know how to apply Enterprise Architecture in Agile delivery and in a continuous improvement environment. As a person you have a hands-on mentality and are pragmatic, a self-starter and meticulous. You like to help people and you work fast, proactive, professional and solution-oriented. You have minimum Bachelor/Master work and thought level, preferably training in Business Administration or Computer Science. Frequent international travel will be required. A challenging and constantly changing environment in an organization in which IT is an essential part of the realization of the new business strategy ‘Building t… Original job ad is published on StepStone.nl – For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit StepStone.be!

Match criteria: Building Materials, ICT, 40 hours, Prov. Utrecht, Non

Company name: Stepstone NL

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