SAP ByDesign (ByD) Finance Consultant – Home Based – UK Wide

SAP ByDesign (ByD) Finance Consultant – Home Based
UK Wide Home Based
Attractive Salary + Company Benefits Package

About the Company:

We are a leading global provider of full service SAP solutions in the Analytics, Applications, Cloud and services environments.

The SAP ByDesign (ByD) Finance Consultant Opportunity:

To support the growth of our UK business, there is a need to augment the ByDesign team with additional high quality and experienced consulting skills. Your knowledge and understanding of SAP ERP solutions will be key in developing opportunities and meeting and exceeding our client and project expectations. You will have transferable consulting skills that can be developed in the ByDesign space and you will become an integral part of our consulting team, helping to build key relationships, design and deliver solutions that resolve client technical challenges and ensure referenceable projects provide the base for the development of the practice.

Role Purpose:

The SAP ByDesign Consultant takes ownership of consulting and client activity by advising, defining and delivering solutions to meet client expectations and contracted terms. They are also a proficient specialist, recognised as a leader in their area who provides subject matter expertise to the business and client base and assist in developing and mentoring others and innovating company propositions. Consultants are focussed on delivering sales revenue through delivering personal and company utilisation targets. The Consultant also assists in proposition development, IP development, and supporting attaining winning bids.

Personal Profile:

+ Drives results, effects, convinces and inspires by his/ her personality, behaviour and communication style. Respected as a valued dialogue partner. Creates a broad atmosphere of trust.
+ Has the mental ability to plan and complete several tasks simultaneously and makes solid and reliable decisions in all situations including those that are tense and politically charged.
+ Drives results and demonstrates a high level of commitment to the implementation of company strategy and vision.
+ Recognises risks and proposes ways to minimize or avoid these.
+ Recognises the potential of follow- up business in terms of the company‘s overall service spectrum. Refers on and delivers input.
+ Has the ability to meet the needs of each customer and successfully influences team members in delivery of service.
+ Actively shares and transfers own expertise and operational knowledge in a structured method, thus making it useful and functional.

Experience & Skills:

It would be expected that the successful candidate will have 5 – 10 years or equivalent of industry experience and been a consultant, actively contributing to at least 3 end to end projects.

Consultants must be prepared to travel to client sites and spend time away from home.

Become part of a Global Company with a history of success and ambitious plans for the future.

Career opportunities exist along multiple route maps from people and leadership, products and expertise and project management. Which route you take is up to you but we are on hand to provide guidance and support. Join us to start the journey that is your career path.

We are an equal opportunity employer. Please advise us should you require support for the interview process.

You must be eligible to work in the UK and undertake security clearance

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SAP FI CO Managed Services Consultant – Glasgow or Home Based UK Wide

SAP FI CO Managed Services Consultant
Glasgow or Home Based
Attractive Salary + Company Benefits Package

About the Company

We are a leading global provider of full service SAP solutions in the Analytics, Applications, Cloud and services environments.

Working with us:

SAP solutions keep evolving and so do we, with new product solutions coming to market that we help to design. Our work is complex and technical. We bring diverse backgrounds and skills together in a collaborative workplace, working with colleagues and customers, sharing our knowledge and passion for achieving high results. This is why learning is crucial to our success, so if you are a passionate, creative and committed team player, we should be your employer of choice.

Why join us?

We will support your career development to ensure that you are best supported and developed to attain your professional potential. We train and deliver high performing teams that benefit our long term success that deliver services beyond expectations to our customers. Mutual trust, respect and team spirit bring us together across 23 countries and more than 4470 employees. Exciting opportunities await you every day for personal and professional development.

The Role:

The Consultant implements and supports SAP Financials and Controlling to enhance the clients’ business functionality and overall performance, while maintaining a high degree of customer satisfaction. The role-holder will act as a liaison with the client for troubleshooting: investigates, analyses, and solves software problems and maps client business requirements, processes and objectives; develops necessary product modifications to satisfy clients’ needs.

Candidate Profile:

+ Excellent design, configuration and testing of core FI/CO modules (GL, AP, AR, CCA, PCA and IO)
+ Excellent design, configuration and testing of Asset Management
+ Excellent design, configuration and testing of CO-PA

Bonus Sills:

Experience and Knowledge of:

+ Report Writer and Report Painter
+ Product costing and Material Ledger
+ Key integration points with FI/CO modules
+ S/4 HANA Architecture
+ ECC on HANA implementation Architecture
+ Cash management powered by HANA
+ Bank account management (BAM)
+ Integrated business planning and BW IP
+ Roadmap BW and HANA Live architecture
+ Roadmap NWBC and Fiori deployment model
+ Concur integration with S/4HANA Business suite
+ Fieldglass integration with S/4HANA Business suite
+ SuccessFactors integration with S/4HANA Business suite
+ Ariba integration with S/4HANA Business suite
+ Simple Finance 2.0 Implementation SP1503
+ BPC 10.1 Unified and Classic
+ Bank communication management (BCM) functionality.

Interested? Just Apply Below…

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x2 Salesforce Technical Architect – London & UK wide

Salesforce Technical Architect – London & UK wide.

Opportunity to join an organically grown and successful Salesforce Practice.

Critical Needs
•Minimum 7+ years of development experience on the Salesforce platform.
•Minimum 5 + years experience leading Enterprise Salesforce implementation with over 300 users with integration with enterprise applications like Oracle, SAP etc.
•Minimum 1 complex data migration (i.e., ETL efforts) into Salesforce.com.
•Strong knowledge CRM business impact and demonstrated Global delivery.
•Participation in each phase of full Salesforce.com life-cycle implementations.
•In-depth understanding of the capabilities and constraints of the Salesforce.
•Strong technical foundation:advanced structured programming (APEX, Force.com, .Net, Java),relational database concepts and structures, structured system analysis and design methods, etc.
•Demonstrates successful implementation of Batch Apex and/or Schedule Apex development.
•Understands web services and other technologies that can be used to transport data in an enterprise environment and interact with Salesforce.com.
•Experienced in defining systems strategy and requirements, designing and prototyping, planning testing, and supporting training efforts.

Roles & Responsibilities
•Ownership of all technical aspects of a Salesforce.com program: data migrations, data quality, systems integrations, 3rd party applications, AppExchange products, and custom development.
•Technical leadership, setting best practices including integration and application development, deployment, testing (unit and systems), and iterative refinement.
•Define, communicate, and manage technical change management (e.g.,release) processes for all Salesforce.com related technology efforts.
•Assess Salesforce.com architecture and provide secure, high-performance technical solutions on the Force.com platform
•Design technical architecture solutions that span multiple platforms and include integration and authentication across systems.

Certifications
•Certified Salesforce Developer and Advanced Developer desired.
•Potential Certified Salesforce Technical Architect candidate.

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Regional Director

The demand for ChickTech’s programs and services is growing, and ChickTech is growing to meet it! In order to serve the increasing number of ChickTech chapters across the country, ChickTech is hiring four part-time (20 hrs/week) Regional Directors to serve our volunteer-led chapters, providing them mentoring, guidance, assistance, and services so they can be successful.

Regional distribution (cities in bold are existing chapters)

Northeast

States: Maine, New Hampshire, Vermont, New York, New York, Boston, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Delaware, Maryland, Washington DC + Toronto

South

States: West Virginia, Virginia, North Carolina, South Carolina, Atlanta, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana, Arkansas, Houston and Austin, Texas

Midwest

States: Ohio, Indiana, Michigan, Chicago, Illinois, Wisconsin, Minnesota, Iowa, Missouri, North Dakota, South Dakota, Nebraska, Kansas, Oklahoma

West – position filled

States: New Mexico, Colorado, Wyoming, Missoula, Montana, Idaho, Utah, Arizona, Nevada, Bay Area, California, Portland and Corvallis, Oregon, Seattle, Washington, Alaska, Hawaii, and Vancouver BC

Responsibilities

Support, assist, and guide ChickTech chapters in assigned region

Work with and support other Regional Directors as a cohesive team

Assist with the planning and attend the annual Leadership Summit in Portland

Document and implement new best practices

Required Skills

• Passion about gender equity and the tech industry

• Experience managing volunteers

• Interpersonal communication skills to effectively manage remote teams

• Ability to build strong personal connections with Chapter leadership teams to encourage, empathize, and drive positive action

• Web editing, e-newsletter, and cloud-based shared drive proficiency or similar skills.

• Experience with corporate sponsors to coach chapters to fund raise effectively

• Infrequent and intermittent paid overtime will be required depending on workload

• Ability and desire to learn new technology tools

• Excellent wi-fi connectivity (if working remotely)

Preferred Skills

• Salesforce proficiency

• Close proximity to a major airport

• Primary residence within the region you serve

All people are welcome to apply. ChickTech is strongly committed to diversity. Please see our inclusion policy (https://chicktech.org/about-us/inclusion-policy/) for more details.

Reports To

ChickTech Regional Directors report to the ChickTech Program Director. Regional Directors will have regular phone and video check-ins to update the Program Director and other Regional Directors on the status of the chapters in their region in addition to weekly meetings with the entire leadership team. This allows for a sharing of information, advice, and direction on how to move forward. In addition, the calls support a sense of community, a strong connection to the other regions, and a steady stream of support from Headquarters to the chapters.

Wages

20 hours per week $25.00/hour

Deputy Director

Real Food Real Stories (RFRS) is looking for a collaborative superstar who is passionate about igniting cultural change in the food system and helping lead the organization to a new phase of growth and service. The Deputy Director will oversee management and operation of the organization, strategy, organizational direction, managing execution, and at times rolling up their sleeves to get the work done. The Deputy Director will work closely with the founder & Project Director, who will focus on creative direction, partnership and fundraising, leveraging her strengths and relationships that gave birth to the organization, and synthesizing proposals collaboratively to support overall organizational development.

The ideal candidate is deeply aligned with RFRS€™ mission, steadfast, energetic, and can turn vague concepts into reality in a fast changing environment. They enjoy juggling very different projects: financial and program development, fundraising, marketing & PR oversight, and many other areas needed by a growing new organization. This is a great opportunity for an entrepreneurial professional looking to apply skills in a highly collaborative, mission-driven environment to create meaningful culture shift for the food system and organizational legacy.

Responsibilities (include but not limited to):

Strategy: Help determine and build opportunities for organizational growth, financial development, content distribution, & thought leadership in partnership with founder.

Management: Oversee RFRS team by amplifying their strengths and supporting their growth: Storytelling Program Manager (who handles programming and gatherings logistics), volunteer & intern program, and working closely with the founder.

Operations: Direct, implement, review and evaluate operations for a young, growing organization for maximum effectiveness.

Areas of Oversight:

30% Private RFRS programs: fee-for-service offerings (storytelling coaching, workshops, private RFRS experiences and more)

20% Public RFRS programs: expansion through satellite sites, public storytelling gatherings

20% Fundraising: strategy, donor relations, grantwriting, corporate sponsorships, etc.

10% Brand & communications: website, newsletters, social media presence, etc.

10% Administration: annual budget, accounting, reimbursements, reporting etc., often in partnership with Earth Island Institute.

10% HR: hiring, training, workflow, retention, performance and professional development of staff and volunteers.

Attend all RFRS storytelling gatherings.

Qualifications

Experience in a relevant field and committed to a regenerative, relationship-based and just food system

Strong writing & communications skills

Effective at leading collaborative decision making processes

Experience in development and implementation of a strategic plan

Ability to steward individual donors, engage community, and drive fundraising activities

Experience in financial planning, reporting and budget oversight

Ability to lead mission-aligned business development and secure corporate or private sponsorship

Empowering leadership to keep staff and volunteers on track

Ability to be vulnerable & build authentic relationships, core values to RFRS

Familiarity with Squarespace, MailChimp, and CRMs a plus

This is a full-time, exempt, salaried position with excellent benefits. Pay is $50,000-60,000, depending on experience. The preferred candidate is based in the Bay Area, but we are open to remote candidates who are willing and able to grow the organization outside the Bay Area. It is really important for us to find someone who can really own the role and nurture the organization’s growth; thus if you have less than full-time to offer but think you can still be a great candidate, please apply as we are open to finding a way that works for the candidate. RFRS does not have an office. All team members work remotely and must be able to attend evening and weekend events throughout the Bay Area on a regular basis.

Desired start date is January 2017. Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

RFRS is a project of Earth Island Institute (EII) and this position will be recognized as deputy project director, an employee of EII.

Earth Island Institute provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, national origin, age, disability, genetic information, marital status, amnesty, or status as a covered veteran in accordance with applicable federal, state and local laws.

Finance and Operations Officer

The Foundation for Sustainable Development (FSD) is seeking a person who is passionate about engaging people from the U.S. and around the world in supporting sustainable, international, community-led development to serve as its Finance and Operations Officer. The Finance and Operations Officer is a key member of the San Francisco Bay Area-based team, supporting the Executive Director (ED) in key fund and business development activities, organizational financial management, and Board of Director relations. The principle objectives for the Finance and Operations Officer are to (1) manage routine accounting, financial budgets, and reporting and provide analysis for effective forecasts and operational structures; (2) support organizational operations, such as contract management, insurance, legal and labor compliance in US and internationally and other key organizational functions; (3) support Board relations through clear communications of financial reporting and analysis. The priority of this position is to help assure the organization’s financial health and support its governance for sound organizational development thereby enabling furtherance of FSD’s programmatic mission and priorities.

In order to accomplish these objectives, we are seeking a person with strict attention to detail, strong problem-solving and analytical capabilities, and experience developing new systems. The ideal candidate will be comfortable taking a collaborative approach to systems improvement and be skilled in cross-cultural communication. FSD is a small but dynamic organization working across multiple countries in multiple types of programming. This role is best for a person who enjoys variety and new challenges in his/her work rather than routine. A willingness to act as a thought partner to the Executive Director engaging in strategic conversations while also rolling up your sleeves and attending to the nitty gritty details of organizational life is a must. FSD is currently operating as a virtual organization while we seek the ever-elusive adequate yet affordable office space in the Bay Area. Most staff members are currently based in the East Bay and work from their home offices. We come together for weekly staff meetings or more frequently as necessary for working meetings.

For a full description of the position, please visit our website here.

Institutional Relations Manager

The Institutional Relations Manager (Manager) is responsible for planning and executing strategies and tactics to secure financial support from foundation, corporate, business, organizational and government donors. The Manager is a core part of a development team and coordinates closely with staff to translate program goals and objectives into revenue-driving concepts. The Manager assists the Vice President of Development with overall development planning and accountability, informing fundraising goals, and creating cultivation, solicitation and stewardship strategies to grow revenue in support of the organization’s mission.

The Manager reports to the Vice President of Development.

The Alliance for the Great Lakes sets a protection agenda for the Great Lakes, a resource of global significance and the world’s largest source of surface freshwater. The Alliance seeks to protect the Great Lakes from their greatest threats, build a resilient future for communities and instill the value of clean water throughout the region. The Alliance is a four-star Charity Navigator organization. Learn more about the Alliance at www.greatlakes.org.

Responsibilities

With the Development Team, establishes annual fundraising goals for institutional revenue, based on organizational plans and fundraising landscape, and assesses performance toward those goals on a regular basis.

Delivers short- and long-term fundraising results from a pool of institutional donors, typically between the $25,000 – $500,000 level, to help meet and exceed revenue targets.

Develops, writes and submits timely proposals, budgets and reports with full cooperation of program staff.

Maintains accurate institutional fundraising calendar and roster, and institutional donor information in fundraising database and organizational records.

Builds and maintains strong collaborative relationships with program staff and develops a strong working knowledge of all Alliance objectives and program work plans.

Oversees complete moves management process (identification, research/qualification, cultivation, solicitation, and stewardship) of institutional prospects, both independently and in partnership with other staff, board and ambassadors that fosters long-term engagement and supports program strategies.

Serves as primary contact for institutional donors and prospects as appropriate, and supports program and leadership staff serving in that capacity.

Leads the development, implementation, and maintenance of a corporate partners giving program.

Helps create a culture of development responsibility across all relevant Alliance staff.

Knowledge/Skills

Bachelor’s degree is required, advanced degree is a plus.

5-7 years of experience as a fundraiser with demonstrated success at securing six-figure multiyear commitments.

The highest caliber communication skills are essential – this position must be able to comprehend a diverse set of program information and convert it to compelling language that will drive revenue.

Team player who can also be entrepreneurial and independent.

Exceptional ability to manage positive interpersonal relationships and keep staff focused on delivering information that is relevant and fundable.

Total commitment to use of database and project management to maximize development performance for the organization.

Software experience: Microsoft Office Suite; Raiser’s Edge, Salesforce or similar donor database system.

Job Parameters

This position is full-time and consistent with Alliance employment policy. Salary to be commensurate with experience.

Excellent benefits, including health, vacation and retirement plan, are included.

Occasional travel within the Great Lakes region where donors are located is likely.

Location is flexible including Alliance headquarters in Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; or Detroit, Michigan.

About the Alliance for the Great Lakes

The Alliance for the Great Lakes is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The search process will reinforce the Alliance’s belief that achieving diversity requires an enduring commitment to inclusion that must find full expression in our organizational culture, values, norms, and behaviors.

The Alliance’s vision is a healthy Great Lakes for people and wildlife, forever. Its mission is to conserve and restore the world’s largest freshwater resource using policy, education and local efforts, ensuring a healthy Great Lakes and clean water for generations of people and wildlife. For more information about the Alliance’s programs and work, please visit us online at www.greatlakes.org.

Volunteer & Education Director

Summary

The Volunteer & Education Director (Director) enables and supports people and communities to take personal action to protect and restore the Great Lakes. The Director believes in the power of individuals as change agents and the necessity of collaborating with communities around Great Lakes and water issues. S/he creates programs and participation that spark action and enduring commitments.

The Director is responsible for the organization’s Culture of Clean Water program, through which the Alliance engages thousands of people annually to learn about, use and give back to the Great Lakes. S/he guides and grows the program participant base as a reflection of the communities the Alliance serves. S/he seeks out new community partners and works to establish collaborative agendas that protect the Great Lakes and advance community priorities at the same time. S/he identifies and elevates volunteer leaders that are committed to advancing the Alliance’s goals, and seeks ways the Alliance can support them in their own communities. The Director makes volunteering a fun and social way to make the Great Lakes a better place to live for all people and wildlife.

The Director motivates an Alliance staff team to listen to communities and seek out ways that water and the Great Lakes can create community benefits that are shared equitably. S/he manages and evolves existing programs, and develops fresh approaches that build collaboration with priority Great Lakes communities. S/he is an inspiring speaker who is intentionally social, deeply innovative, and ever curious about how people of all ages and backgrounds can be part of protecting the Great Lakes. The Director is the program lead, working in collaboration with the Development Team, to create sustainable revenue for current and future efforts.

The Volunteer & Education Director reports to the Vice President of Operations.

The Alliance for the Great Lakes sets a protection agenda for the Great Lakes, a resource of global significance and the world’s largest source of surface freshwater. The Alliance seeks to protect the Great Lakes from their greatest threats, build a resilient future for communities and instill the value of clean water throughout the region. The Alliance is a four-star Charity Navigator organization. Learn more about the Alliance at www.greatlakes.org.

Responsibilities

Strategist

Ensures that all aspects of the organization’s volunteerism and education work build connections to the Great Lakes, grow the quality and quantity of the volunteer base, and help create capacity to advance overall organizational strategy.

Regularly reviews and assesses effectiveness of volunteer and education programs and makes recommendations for strategic shifts.

Evolves our approaches to reaching young people with opportunities to take action on Great Lakes issues.

Enhances and invigorates volunteer and education programs by reflecting the values and priorities of Great Lakes communities in our work.

Motivator

Manages and inspires a staff team in multiple locations, including the recruitment of seasonal staff and identification of additional skill needs for the team.

Manages volunteer resources including: assessing where organizational need and capacity for volunteers is greatest, directly managing volunteers, and providing guidance, support, resources and tools to staff who supervise volunteers.

Communicates about the Alliance’s work within the organization and to external audiences in a way that heartens resolve, galvanizes action and cements personal commitments to the Great Lakes.

Develops vibrant relationships with individuals and institutions needed to achieve organizational goals, with an emphasis on collaborations with communities of color, youth, young professionals and recreational users of the lakes.

Grows a culture of listening and community responsiveness in our volunteer and education programs.

Manager

Oversees multiple projects that require collaboration across internal teams and the management of colleagues and volunteers in multiple locations, across the Great Lakes region, including Buffalo, Chicago, Cleveland, Detroit, Grand Haven and Racine.

Grows and mentors high caliber staff team members through metrics, professional development and direct feedback.

Ensures the fulfillment of short and long-term work plans including completion of critical grant deliverables.

Builds and proposes annual expense budget to leadership team.

Creates and implements evaluation metrics for the Culture of Clean Water program.

Knowledge/Skills

Bachelor’s degree required, graduate degree preferred.

7+ years of experience as a volunteer manager, community organizer, formal or non-formal educator, or other relevant profession.

Demonstrated experience building relationships with communities of color, youth, young professionals and recreational users of the lakes.

Track record of new program plan creation, implementation and management.

Experienced, inspiring and positive people manager.

Highly self-aware and driven to create and cultivate positive interpersonal relationships.

Creative, collaborative innovator who can work across sectors.

Experienced with budgeting and financial oversight.

Exceptional quality communication skills are essential with an emphasis on public speaking and visual communication.

Experienced and comfortable with setting and working within an annual budget at the regional non-profit scale.

Eagerness to work at both the “nuts and bolts” and strategic levels of our education and volunteers efforts.

Driven by a strong commitment to public interest work and the values of the organization.

Bilingual Spanish speaker preferred.

Software experience: Microsoft Office Suite

Job Parameters

This position is full-time and consistent with Alliance employment policy. Salary to be commensurate with experience.

Excellent benefits, including health, vacation and retirement plan, are included.

Regular overnight travel required. The responsibilities of this position are regional.

Location is flexible including Alliance headquarters in Chicago, Illinois; Cleveland, Ohio; or Detroit, Michigan.