SAP Accounts Payable - Business Analyst - Corporate & Investment Bank

  • Salaire :up to £60,000
  • Lieu de travail :Birmingham, Angleterre, Royaume-Uni
  • Type de contrat :CDI, Plein-temps
  • Entreprise :Alexander Ash Consulting
  • Mise à jour le :16 juil. 19

Our client is a Top Tier Investment Bank who are looking for a SAP Accounts Payable Business Analyst to join their team. You will be working on delivering Information Technology (IT) change projects for the Chief Information Office (CIO) team that supports the Bank’s Global Procurement department in running all sourcing, procurement, contract management, accounts payable, vendor risk management and travel applications/processes.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Undertaking current state documentation and Fit/Gap analysis of as-is vs to-be
  • Writing business requirement documents and functional specification documents for IT enhancements across the Accounts Payable (AP) process including: master data interfaces, input tax determination logic, invoice posting interfaces
  • Ensuring design documents are signed off by business on time and delivered to offshore IT developers for build
  • Preparing for and conducting CSIT testing, and managing and supporting user acceptance testing, coordinate go live, cutover and migration
  • Taking responsibility for driving the transformation of existing accounts payable solutions to new locations being on-boarded to the global Procure to Pay (P2P) platform, while ensuring stability and controls of existing operations

Skills and Qualifications:

  • Proven hands on SAP R/3 FI/CO configuration experience in a project/change environment (not support)
  • Good understanding of SAP Accounts Payable module, its configuration and business processes including at least one full implementation
  • Ability to design and implement interfaces between SAP and Non SAP systems e.g. for invoice posting, master data
  • Experience with implementing Tax and Payment solutions
  • Strong domain knowledge, with a broad understanding of the Source to Pay (S2P) function and its operational and strategic challenges
  • Experience working in the Financial Services industry