March 31

ERP Support Engineer

March 31
We have been retained by a West Yorkshire based manufacturer to recruit an ERP Support Engineer. This role is to focus on supporting the business in advancing their ERP system as well to support general I.T. queries. Reporting into the I.T. Manager and as part of a team…   You will be responsible for the following:
  • Troubleshoot and resolve ERP related software, user access and other issues
  • Gain an understanding of the manufacturing process and scope out improvements to the ERP system
  • Create User guides and documents all changes
  • Participate in continuous improvement projects
  • Monitor system performance, usage and maintain security and reliability of access
  Currently in an I.T. support role OR in an ERP support role, you will have gained experience of supporting users on an ERP platform. Experience of Netsuite is preferred but is not essential. You will be used to working with multiple stakeholders, managing people expectations, and dealing with multiple queries simultaneously.   As an expanding organisation and one that is extremely entrepreneurial, you will be rewarded with a competitive salary and package of between £30,000 and £40,000.   Handley James Consulting was launched by its founders to provide clients with a quality recruitment service on a committed basis.   HJC apply unique Search and Selection techniques to all of your recruitment requirements. Irrelevant of whether this is a skilled engineering role or an executive placement we provide the same level of service to clients and candidates alike. We understand that irrelevant of discipline or level; your next career move is vitally important and we treat everyone equally.   Our key differentiators are that the founders of Handley James have both worked in manufacturing and engineering organisations themselves, they are extremely down to earth and honest in their approach and they don’t apply pressure tactics to either candidates or clients. We respect your need for time when making decisions.    
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