SAP coördinator Samsung

  • Amsterdam
  • HBO
  • Salary indication €17.24-25.00
  • 40 Hours per week
  • Fulltime
  • #1AV0045291

About the job

Do you have experience with SAP FI-CO and do you feel at home in an international environment? Than we are looking for you!

The new fulltime SAP coördinator at Samsung will be based at the Benelux headquarters at Schiphol. You will maintain and support the MIS systems (Management information system) and assist users with system and software functionality and technical issues

Your main responsibilities will be:

  • Execute/lead projects which requires SAP FI-CO knowledge;
  • Provide Support and training to end-users;
  • Understand and translate business requirement into system requirements (esp. FI, CO area);
  • Resolve SAP related Issues;
  • Enhance SAP experience for end users.

Job requirements

  • You have a HBO or University degree, for example in the direction of IT;
  • You have experience with SAP and Finance & Control;
  • You are very accurate and you feel at home in an international environment;
  • You have a very good knowledge of the English languages, knowledge of the Korean language is preferabele;
  • You have at least 2-3 years experience in a similar job.

About the company

Working at Samsung Electronics Benelux is what you will be doing. Besides the fact that Samsung is one of the biggest brands at the moment, it is also a very nice employer. You start your day with a nice coffee from the barista and for some extra vitamins the fruit basket is ready for you. There has just been a test with water coolers and now you can choose between cold, ice cold or bubbly water. Lunch is served in the company restaurant where, in addition to a traditional Dutch sandwich and salad, you can also enjoy the specialties of the Korean chef. You burn off the calories by taking the stairs instead of the elevator. At the end of the day you can give your body a boost in the Samsung gym.

What we offer

  • A competitive salary based on your education and experience;
  • A good bonus system per quarter;
  • Large offer of training through Samsung-U's own Online Campus and the possibility to develop yourself further;
  • 26 free days per year;
  • 8% holiday pay;
  • Your travel expenses will be fully reimbursed, the Samsung office at Schiphol Airport is easily accessible from Utrecht, Haarlem, Alkmaar, Amsterdam, Leiden, Rotterdam, The Hague, Almere;

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Vestigings gegevens

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Breestraat   51   -53
2311 CJ, Leiden

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