Manufacturing Lead Consultant – Infor M3

Primary Job Role

  • Provide functional support for M3 Manufacturing module implementations
  • Engage in training, scenario testing, business analysis & process mapping, data validation
  • Lead, manage and participate in day-to-day client operations, enhancements, projects implementations and post go-live support
  • Partner with businesses in assessing, defining and documentation of requirements and drive the development of business cases and system solutions
  • Promote process improvement and innovation to drive business process optimization
  • Perform and document impact analysis and estimates for change requests

Key Skills & Competencies

  • Competency in following areas in M3 Manufacturing and Planning modules:
    • Product data management
    • Capacity requirement planning
    • Material requirement planning
    • Manufacturing order processing
    • Manufacturing execution
    • Quality management
    • LAB and inspection control
  • Thorough knowledge of the F&B domain
  • 3+ years of Infor M3 experience
  • Exposure to end-to-end Infor M3 implementations
  • Sound communication skills

Qualifications

  • Degree or equivalent professional qualification
  • Infor M3 certification will be an added advantage

Equal Opportunity Employer

All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, or veteran status.

Send In Your CV To: FTD-Careers@fortude.co

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