Associate Consultant – Finance
Primary job role
The Finance Associate Consultant will directly participate in Infor M3 ERP implementations, support services, and work package delivery on the finance and costing module for ERP solutions offered by Fortude. The individual will also need to develop his knowledge and skills on the Infor product suite while transferring the same to team members.
Main duties and responsibilities
- Investigate, analyze, communicate, and document business processes and business requirements.
- Document gap analysis, blueprint, and scenarios related to the finance and costing module.
- Design Infor beta solutions.
- Perform configuration, data migration, test data creation, and testing for Infor beta solutions and present the solutions.
- Design the solution, document the integration specifications, and test integrations.
- Create training material and train and evaluate key users and end users.
- Monitor system testing.
- Plan data migration, data cleansing, and validation.
- Perform production configuration for the finance and costing module.
- Provide first-level, second-level, and third-level support during go-live.
- Provide post-go-live training and testing related to the finance and costing module.
- Provide post-go-live functional L2 support.
- Design solutions for change requests, provide estimates, document specifications, test and present the solutions.
- Design, test, present, and document pre-sales solutions and prepare estimations for them.
- Mentor project teammates with regard to consulting, writing, speaking, presentation, and training skills.
- At least 2-3 years of experience in finance ERP consulting
- A degree or equivalent professional qualification in business management, finance, and accounting such as CIMA or ACCA
Knowledge in at least one of the following ERP modules:
- Management accounting
- Financial accounting
Knowledge of at least one of the following industry verticals is a must:
- Food and beverage
- Equipment service management and rental (ESM&R)
- Communication skills
- Client orientation
- Teamwork and collaboration
- Sound understanding of IT systems and infrastructure
- Ability to develop and maintain effective internal and external business relationships with various levels of management and non-managerial stakeholders
- Ability to effectively work with key client executives and manage expectations
- Willingness to travel overseas and work on different shifts and time zones
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