NetSuite Functional Consultant - Montreal, Quebec - $90k - $115k CAD
A rapidly growing company in the Montreal area is looking for a NetSuite Functional Consultant to join their team. My client is seeking to fill this position immediately paying up to $115,000 salary plus generous benefits and remote flexibility. You will be traveling on-site to client sites often in order to help with NetSuite training and implementations. This role will allow you to take on a leadership role, as you will be assisting all clients on how to use the platform.
If you like innovative challenges and projects, then this is the role for you!
* Prior experience with NetSuite full life-cycle NetSuite implementations
* Strong team leadership skills
* Past experience with providing user training and user support
* English-French bilingualism is highly preferred
Some benefits that are offered for these roles are:
* Above average salaries
* Remote flexibility
* Great health benefits
* Retirement Saving Programs
* 3 weeks PTO
This is a great opportunity to grow professionally since you will be working with a team of skilled Consultants. Interviews are scheduled for next week and my client is looking to secure this hire within the next month. If you are interested or know someone who may be a good fit for this role, you can contact me at email@example.com or call 212-731-8272 ext. 3931.
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By specializing solely in placing candidates in the ERP market we have built relationships with most of the key employers in the US and have an unrivaled understanding of where the best opportunities and ERP jobs are. Anderson Frank is acting as an Employment Agency in relation to this vacancy. We are a part of Frank Recruitment Group, one of the most successful global recruitment businesses in the last 10 years and backed by private equity firm TPG Growth.