ERP Implementation Consultant, anywhere in the UK

Recruiter
Ambis Resourcing Partnership
Location
Milton Keynes
Salary
£30k - £45k pa + £4.8k car allowance + BUPA
Posted
09 Aug 2017
Expires
16 Aug 2017
ERP Implementation Consultant for a thriving reseller where you will be given plenty of autonomy once you have learned the ropes. They are looking for an experienced ERP Software Implementation consultant who has worked with similar products such as Sage 200, MS Dynamics NAV or GP, SAP Business One, Unit4, Sage 500, Aptean, Pegasus Opera, Greentree, Infor, Protean, Syspro, DMS, Pinewood, SyteLine, Kerridge, eFacs, COINS, Exact or any of the mid-market ERP solutions. Broad salary range from £30-45k (depending on your level of experience) plus £4,800 car allowance, private health care and life assurance. This software implementation role is focused on an ERP solution which is a functionally rich mid-market software product. It sells especially well in the mid-market sector and covers Finance (invoicing, ledgers, AR, AP, fixed assets, foreign currency) Manufacturing (bill of materials, orders, MRP, forecasting) CRM, BI, Supply Chain (inventory management, purchasing, sales, EDI) Payroll & HR, Service Management and Mobile. It was designed as a new generation of ERP product and from a user perspective it is much richer with amazing reporting and dashboarding functions, plus the reporting is superb. So companies often buy it because it does the ERP bit well, but all the reporting is already available. This particular software house sells the product into the service management market, (also called Field Service) market which is for people whose role is based driving around in vans fixing things, repairing and maintaining equipment. The product has excellent mobile functionality including workflow, sales, servicing, mobile inventory control, alerts, timesheets and photo storage. The product sits on SQL Server and comes either as an on-premise or cloud based solution. As an ERP Implementation Consultant here, you will initially shadow one of the experienced consultants, there are 3 currently. Then you will start doing your own projects which will typically be software implementations for 5 to 50 users. Once you are established you will do most of the project yourself and you will have the autonomy to decide how things should be done. So quite often you will be talking to clients about the product functionality and trying to help decide what business processes should change and what needs to be bespoke. The degree of freedom that they give experienced Implementation Consultants here is unusual and this is one of the reasons why people tend to stay for a good length of time. You will be home based travelling to client sites in the UK. A lot of the projects are around the South East of England but you could work on projects anywhere in the UK. If you have ERP software implementation experience and would like to know more, send your CV to Jake King or Carolyn MacLurg at Ambis Resourcing, or give us a call to discuss the role in more detail.