SAP IBM Tivoli Consultant - Remote

PA - Mechanicsburg

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100% Remote Now

50% remote in 3-4 Months

Potential for 4-day work weeks

Long Term Multi Year Contract Potential

Salary: $104-135,000/year

JobTracks is currently seeking a full-time IBM Tivoli Workload Scheduler position. He/she must have 7+ years of experience with strong analytical and communication skills. You will be responsible for Scheduling, testing, and managing SAP jobs through the Tivoli and monitoring SAP jobs through Tivoli.

Successful candidates for these positions will work onsite and offsite. However, some travel is expected and all candidates must be willing and able to travel to meet our client needs across the US. Travel is typically related to knowledge transfer and training at the client site (Monday thru Friday). You are expected to travel up to 50% of the time. This is a traditional office position. Currently this position is 100% Remote. At some point, it will return to being 50% remote. This is not a work from home position.

Technical Expertise:

5 + years of experience working Tivoli Scheduling tool

3 + years of experience supporting a SAP environment

Scheduling, testing, and managing SAP jobs through the Tivoli or comparable job scheduling too

Monitoring SAP jobs through the Tivoli or comparable job scheduling tool around the clock

Document, report, escalate, triage job failures to the appropriate teams

Assessing impacts to scheduled jobs due to external forces (e.g. hardware or application failure, interface outages, etc.)

About the Navy ERP Project:

Enabling a World-Class Navy Business Enterprise

Navy Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) is the Department of the Navy (DON) financial system of record, meaning it provides reliable information for Navy leadership to keep our Navy moving forward. Using sophisticated business management software, Navy ERP streamlines the Navy's business operations, namely financial and supply chain management. This enables the DON to be diligent stewards of taxpayer dollars while supporting the Navy's mission to "maintain, train and equip combat-ready naval forces capable of winning wars, deterring aggression and maintaining freedom of the seas. "

Navy ERP's mission is to develop and sustain a business capability that enables the Navy business enterprise to budget, account for, and audit its resources so that it can monitor and make decisions about how the resources are obtained, allocated and utilized for the benefit of the warfighter and the US taxpayer.

The vision of Navy ERP is to provide the Navy with information technology services to manage its worldwide resources: people, supply, and financials. The integration of financial and supply solutions on a single platform provides real-time data access and decision support to the Navy Enterprise.

Supporting Our Ships and Sailors

Navy ERP provides financial, acquisition, and supply management functionality to the Navy's major commands, ensuring that our Sailors receive the support they need to be a "Global Force for Good. " By integrating complex business data into a single system, Navy ERP has laid the groundwork for improved management, performance, and readiness across the Navy enterprise.

Through Navy ERP, the Navy can realize:

Better anticipation of the fleet needs and more proactive solutions

Improved mission performance and financial accountability from headquarters down to field activities

Accurate information, available anywhere in the Navy to support decisions, financial auditability and compliance regulations

Improve DON's knowledge of business operations to improve fleet readiness

More efficient and traceable global distribution of material in the Navy supply chain

Information Technology

Navy ERP is a powerful business system with over 64,000 users around the world. Approximately 50 percent of the Navy's budget is currently executed within Navy ERP, and the Navy is considering increasing that percentage.

Navy ERP replaced out-of-date, single-purposed business systems that cost millions of dollars and duplicate thousands of critical transactions. By retiring these older "legacy " systems, the Navy becomes a more efficient business operation, suitable to an organization of over 700,000 people and $130 billion; ninth largest among comparably sized business enterprises in the United States.

For the first time in Navy history, finance and supply will be fully integrated to provide real-time information to users worldwide.

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