Position : Senior IT Business Manager
Office : Geneva
Start date :
Working hours : 100%
Field : GSS - IT
Group Shared Services (GSS)
The Bank's entire operations are managed by GSS and are headed up by the Chief Operating Officer. It strives to provide both in-house and external clients with a first-rate service to ensure our business operates efficiently and at the best possible cost. The GSS division comprises Operations, Finance, Information Management, Human Resources and Logistics. GSS employees are committed to providing, with professionalism and enthusiasm, an efficient, proactive, high-quality service that meets the needs of clients within the context of the Bank's overall strategy.
Directly reporting to the CIO, the Senior IT Business Manager will be permanent part of the IT Management team.
Member of the IT Management Team the role holder will ensure proper IT Budget (both Opex and Capex) and Headcount Management, compliance to Project Management Methodology with project status and prioritization reporting to GSS and Wider Bank Senior Management, organize IT Department Communication, and finally ensure compliance to the Group IT Risk framework.
Manage IT Budget, Cost and Headcount with close collaboration with other IT functions and Finance
Lead the PMO function with key services such as resource planning, budgeting and project status reporting
Review PMO Assessment and Implement Top 10 Improvement Recommendations
Work with the IT Management Team to define and execute IT Strategy
Ensure IT Department adherence to Group Governance
Organize and manage IT Department internal and external communication
Work with Group Risk function to manage IT Risks and Audit Points
Strong analytical, accounting and budgeting skills.
Supplier and stakeholder management
Experience in working in a multi-location/international environment
Excellent written and spoken communication skills in English, good spoken French
Team management (both internal and external)
At ease with project management methodologies
7-10 years of experience in IT Business Management.
1 – 5 years in a people management position.
University degree or equivalent
Fluent in English and in French
Swiss residence: optional
Recruiting agencies are not required for this role.
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