SAP FICO Analyst

R121's direct end-user client is looking for an SAP FICO Analyst to join them on a full-time, permanent basis in Los Angeles, CA (near Lakewood). These are a just few great things about working with this company: They pay out on an hourly basis. That means you get paid overtime! They match your 401(k) contributions They have 13 paid holidays Friendly company culture Fast-paced Open communication Cross-team collaboration US citizens and those authorized to work in the US are encouraged to apply because we are unable to transfer or sponsor H1b candidates now. Qualifications 7+ years of SAP FICO experience Expertise in designing and configuring multiple areas of FICO, including General Ledger, Accounts Payable, Accounts Receivable, Fixed Assets, Controlling, Treasury, and/or COPA Experience working with BW team to create reports Strong integration experience to SD and/or MM Multiple end-to-end implementations of SAP FICO Must have outstanding communication and interpersonal skills Bachelor's Degree from an accredited university (or equivalent) R121 Company Description R121 has placed over 5,400 SAP Professionals since 2003. We understand the SAP marketplace and pride ourselves on serving SAP candidates as individuals, not commodities. As one of the only Staffing Specialists to concentrate on SAP, we recognize a candidate's personalized skills and can match them with both direct end clients and select consulting partners. Additional Information If you are interested, please respond to this ad with an updated resume and a summary of your skills. We look forward to hearing from you soon. All your information will be kept confidential according to EEO guidelines. SAP is the trademark of SAP AG in Germany and in several other countries

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