Dublin | Ireland
Description of business unit
Group Manufacturing Division was established in January 2006, and is a key enabler for the development of the Group Operating Model. Group Manufacturing continues to support the Group's priorities in supporting our customers, strengthening capital, improving funding, rigorous management of our asset base and managing costs, with a particular focus on People, Customer, Finance and Risk priorities. Our ambition is to deliver flexible, scalable, and simple technology that is secure that engages and enables our customers, colleagues and communities to thrive.
Purpose of the Role
The Business Analyst is responsible for liaising with the business to define requirements and to facilitate the design of business and technology solutions that best support the achievement of customer goals. Projects often involve significant complexities including regulatory requirements, complex legacy infrastructure, multiple business units, IT security considerations and critical service introduction activity. The Bank has a set of standards that should be applied to both waterfall and agile delivery approaches, and all projects should use these standards to ensure successful delivery.
Demand and Portfolio Management Support
Process / Org / Op Model Design
Project Delivery Support
Alignment and Support
Risk and Compliance
Essential Skills & Experience
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