Dublin | Ireland
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. Group Manufacturing comprises a number of key business areas: Group Customer Operations, Group Payments, Group Services, IT@BOI, Core Banking Systems Programme, Group Information Security, Business Controls & Assurance and the Integrated Programme Office. These businesses are supported by HR and Finance partners.
Description of business unit
Bank of Ireland ChangeZone is a multi-vendor change delivery team running large and complex programmes across both legacy and new IT estates. 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
Ensuring the quality of and consistency in the design of solutions for the relevant business area .
The Solution Architect is accountable for ensuring the quality of and consistency in the design of solutions for the relevant business area, working closely with Strategy, Architecture and Innovation to take fit with existing or planned architecture into account.
Change Portfolio Support
What is the opportunity?
To work in a multi-vendor change delivery team running large and complex programmes across both legacy and new IT estates.
Essential Skills & Experience
Competency 1: Setting and Meeting Priorities - 4. Leadership
Competency 2: Delivering Quality - 4. Leadership
Competency 3: Communicating - 4. Leadership
Competency 4: Influencing - 4. Leadership
Competency 5: Managing Change - 4. Leadership
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