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SAP PaPM Specialist (M/F)

  • Location

    Switzerland

  • Sector:

    Banking Operations

  • Job type:

    Contract

  • Salary/Rate:

    To be negotiable - Depending on your level of experience

  • Contact:

    Frederic Martin

  • Contact email:

    fmartin@skillfindergroup.com

  • Job ref:

    15181USER_6

  • Consultant:

    Frederic Martin

SAP PaPM Expert - Contract role - Switzerland

For a well-known client based in Switzerland, the project role consists of leading subprojects, requirements analysis and implementation in SAP PaPM as well as training of internal employees on the SAP PaPM module

Main Responsibilities

The first phase of the projects foresees the following sub projects and activities:

1. Installation of the SAP PaPM module on Dev, UAT,Prod environment of the existing MIS platform (BW on HANA).

  • Support the internal SAP Basis Team to install SAP PaPM (especially with testing)

2. Implementation of the Use Case “Net Interest MarginCalculation”

  • Migrate the existing net interest margin calculation from SAP SEM-PA to SAP PaPM.

  • Develop the PaPM model together with the internalManagement Accounting employeesc. Document the model

3. Implementation of the Use Case “New Fund Transfer Pricing”

  • Migrate the existing “New Fund Transfer Pricing” calculation from MIS (BW on HANA) to SAP PaPM

  • Develop the PaPM model together with the internal management Accounting and ALM employees

  • Document the model

4. Implementation of the Use Case “Net Interest MarginSimulation”

  • Implement a “Net Interest Margin Simulation” based on the model developed in Error! Reference sourcenot found. together with internal ALM employees

5. Training of internal employees on the SAP PaPM module

  • Train internal Management Accounting, MIS, and ALM employees on SAP PaPM

The profile the client is looking for

Expert knowledge in SAP PaPM, Expert knowledge in Net Interest Marging Calculation and Funds Transfer Pricing

Language skills : English (absolutely necessary), German is a great asset

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