We have received
instructions from one of the world's most innovative consultancies for an Oracle E-business WMS Solution Architect. This exciting and challenging project is happening in a beautiful and vibrant city in Belgium and will provide long term (6+ months) job continuity and lots of job satisfaction.
At least one full-cycle implementation of Oracle E-business WMS as Solution Architect
Experience of minimum 10-12 years as Oracle E-business WMS Solution Architect / Functional Consultant
Proven success in contributing to a team-oriented environment
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Experience of managing multiple stakeholders. (Customer, Customer Business users, TCS team, Non TCS teams, external stakeholders)
Experience of managing and working with people from different ethnicity and culture.
Collecting, analysing and describing what the system must do (functional system requirements) and defining the system scope for the project.
As Solution Architect, take the lead in requirement analysis, solution design, solution mapping and configuration and providing the solution architecture
Collecting, analysing and describing the qualities and restrictions of the system : the non-functional requirements.
Responsible to acquire necessary knowledge and support project development and implementation from a functional perspective
Support technical team in developing technical solution for the functional requirements and validate the technical solution.
This is a critical position; interviews are taking place this week so contact me if you would like to be submitted or even a for a confidential chat.
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