Dublin | Ireland
Group Manufacturing Division 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.
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. Projects often involve significant complexities including regulatory requirements, complex legacy infrastructure, multiple business units, IT security considerations and critical service introduction activity. 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
Provide technology leadership in relevant field, supporting projects and service as required Understanding both existing and new and emerging technologiesin supporting the Banks change portfolio is key to the success of effective change delivery.
What is the opportunity
Opportunity to work on both existing and new/emerging technologies within the Bank, helping shape and define success in IT projects and broader transformation as required.
Qualification/Accreditation and/or experience in relevant technology field
Essential Skills & Experience
Desirable Qualifications, Skills & Experience
Experience on large scale programmes and projects, with financial services background.
Competency 1: Achieving Results - 2. Developed / Advanced
Competency 2: Delivering Quality - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 3: Solving Problems - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 4: Using Market Knowledge - 3. Advanced / Leadership
Competency 5: Being Innovative - 2. Developed / Advanced
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