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NetSuite ERP Functional Consultant
Invoke Technical ConsultantsAtlanta, GA
Hands on experience and implementation of Record to Report, Procure to Pay & Order to Cash processes, ARM and CRM;
Last updated 30+ days ago
Oracle HCM Cloud Lead (Remote)
Invoke Technical ConsultantsAtlanta, GA
Our Oracle HCM practice offers you the opportunity to help leading global organizations optimize HR Enterprise Technology as part of their Digital Journey and Cloud First strategy.
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Oracle HCM, Conversion and Integration expert (Remote)
Invoke Technical ConsultantsAtlanta, GA
What we offer: Great pay and remote work.
Full-timeRemote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Oracle HCM Cloud Lead (Remote)
Invoke Technical Consultantsatlanta, ga, GA
Job Requirements:Things you need to be an expert in: Client facing Business Process Transformation, Solution Architect for Core HR; Change Management Champion; Solution Configuration expert including prototypes; Data Conversion Lead; Testing Lead;
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
NetSuite ERP Functional Consultant
Invoke Technical Consultantsatlanta, GA
The Role: Lead a dynamic team with ownership of managing and implementing NetSuite Projects in Financial and/or Supply Chain/Inventory Management.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Oracle HCM, Conversion and Integration expert (Remote)
Invoke Technical Consultantsatlanta, GA
What we offer: Great pay and remote work.
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Oracle HCM Cloud Lead (Remote)
Invoke Technical Consultantsatlanta, GA
Job Requirements:Things you need to be an expert in: Client facing Business Process Transformation, Solution Architect for Core HR; Change Management Champion; Solution Configuration expert including prototypes; Data Conversion Lead; Testing Lead;
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Linux Cloud Engineer( Big Data) Remote
Invoke Technical ConsultantsSan Francisco, CA
Devops automation tools (Ansible, Terraform, Jenkins)
Full-timeRemote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Contract Technical Recruiter - Remote
Invoke Technical ConsultantsWashington, DC
Invoke Technical Consultants is a premiere provider of cloud computing consultants to rapidly growing companies.
Remote
Last updated 30+ days ago
Cloud Strategy Manager - Investment Management
DeloitteAtlanta, GA
Investment Management Cloud Manager
Last updated 3 days ago
Application Support Senior Technical Lead (Disaster Recovery & Operational Resiliency Support)
Freddie MacHerndon, VA
Demonstrates considerable technical knowledge of operational risk management, operational resilience, cyber security, data protection, IT Risk, Business Continuity Management, or IT Audit/Compliance.
Full-time
Last updated 5 days ago
Lead Technical Knowledge Manager
ManTech InternationalBethesda, MD
Basic Qualifications:Bachelor's degree in a Science, Technology, Engineering, or Mathematics (STEM) discipline preferred and 7 or more years' experience in knowledge management or similar field; or three to five years combined experience one or more of the following areas: program management, senior executive administrative support, and technical writing/editing, and/or four years direct computer forensic experience may be substituted for education.
Last updated 16 hours ago
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