Dublin | Ireland
We are seeking talented Project Managers to work across a wide range of projects and programmes.
The Bank's IT Dept., IT@BOI, are building an internal delivery capability and are actively recruiting for Project Managers who will work within the newly-formed Project Management Competency within IT@BOI.
Group Manufacturing Division was established in January 2006, and is a key enabler for the development of the Group Operating Model, 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 Project Manager is responsible for the delivery of change projects, from initiation to closure, to meet defined business and technical objectives within agreed time, cost and quality standards.
What you will do
What is the opportunity?
Given the plannedlevel ofIT transformation, the successful candidates will also have the opportunity to bring their skills to help create and shape the new functions and ways-of-working into the future.
Essential Skills & Experience
Desirable Qualifications, Skills & Experience
Competency 1: Setting and Meeting Priorities - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 2: Delivering Quality - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 3: Using Market Knowledge - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 4: Communicating - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 5: Influencing - 3. Advanced / Leadership
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