Lead SAP Landscape and Change Management Engineer

Description:

The SAP Landscape and Change Management Engineer within Target is chartered with the critical tasks of providing a streamlined delivery mechanism to get changes in a complex landscape from development to prod while reducing risk by implementing the proper controls and processes. They ensure compliance with SOX and internal standards for all change within the landscape. This role is embedded in the Basis team and requires both process and technical capabilities to ensure the strategy, deliver and education allows for maximum utilization of the environment to move change. This role will also encompass the overall responsibilities that are enabled within the Basis team as well.

Key Goals of the Position:

Lead, Plan and deliver Change Management processes and landscape design in alignment with SAP best practices and agile work delivery.

Define and lead change governance processes to ensure landscape consistency and supportability. Developing processes and governance compliant with SOD and SOX.

Assist in road mapping of the SAP landscape and drive the evolution of change processes to support architectural evolution.

Design and configure tools to support agile work delivery within a SAP landscape.

Train scrum and kanban teams on change management processes to effectively manage work within the release process.

Support development team in debugging transport issues for both ABAP and CTS+ transports and assisting technical users.

Engage in Basis design, build and support activities.

Job Requirements

5+ Years of change management experience and a minimum of 2 in SAP.

Expert in landscape management for N and N+1 environments

Experience in both ABAP and Java object collision and impact analysis.

Experience of core SAP transport mechanisms and advance tools (Charm, Rev-Trac) to manage transports.

Strong Verbal and written communication skills

Strong facilities skills working with all levels of the organization

Strong collaboration skills working with change owners and developers.


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