Accenture Oracle Merchandising Sr. Manager in Florham Park, New Jersey
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A transformation maven with the skills to help clients meet the challenges of digitization. Your human superpower? Using your know-how, creativity, and analytical powers to solve clients’ most complex business problems to help their companies do more. You’re as comfortable leading projects and teams as you are diving into the details of workstreams and configuring Oracle solutions. Or you specialize in one or the other, our practice covers the functional & process side of Oracle as well as the technical development & technical architecture. Additionally, you have the communication and people skills to inspire teams to bring their A-game.
· Help clients understand leading business processes so they can transform their business with Oracle
· Spot strategies, risks, and options, and then recommend approaches that sidestep problems and help clients and functions meet their needs
· Lead, coach and advise a small project team in addition to managing their performance (depending upon the structure of a project)
· Give clients options for designs using prototypes
· Set up, document, and test the Oracle system; understand and apply Oracle methodologies
· Work with clients and stakeholders to make sure they get where they want to go
· Gain the trust of your client, teammates, and managers to make sure projects get delivered
· Keep growing your skills to help your team with business development and sales efforts
· Stay in the know on leading industry trends and Oracle features to give your clients the best solutions for their needs
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Here’s what you need:
Minimum of 7 years of experience working on the Oracle Retail Merchandise Operations Management (MOM) suite
Minimum of 3 years of leading a specific functional or technical track of a MOM implementation
Demonstrated ability to drive an overall implementation (beyond that of a traditional PMO)
Proven ability to interact with Senior Executives
Bachelor's degree or equivalent (minimum 12 years work experience). If Associate’s Degree, must have equivalent minimum 6 year work experience.
Bonus points if:
Extensive experience with implementing capabilities in the Oracle Retail MOM Suite – RMS (Foundation, PO, Stock Ledger, Inventory, Replenishment), Price Management (RPM), Invoice Matching (ReIM), and Sales Audit (ReSA)
Experience implementing the latest on premise version of RMS (v16), or Merchandising Foundation Cloud Services (MFCS – v19, v21)
Experience with integrating the Oracle Retail MOM Suite with legacy systems via the Retail Integration Bus (RIB) or Retail Integration Cloud Service (RICS)
Proven ability to build, manage and foster a team-oriented environment
Proven ability to work creatively and analytically in a problem-solving environment
Desire to work in an information systems environment
Excellent communication (written and oral) and interpersonal skills
Excellent leadership and management skills
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