Dublin | Ireland
IT Vendor Management are a central team within IT@BOI responsible for managing strategic IT Vendors
WithinIT@BoI, the VM function sits under the office of the COO and works closely with multiple internal stakeholders like Procurement, Finance, Programme delivery, Assurance & Risk functions.
Currently the VM team manages 22 of the bank`s critical IT vendors.
The IT Vendor Manager is responsible for owning the relationship with strategic IT service providers to Bank of Ireland, driving value, innovation and high performance, ensuring that contractual arrangements and activities are in line with overall sourcing policies and analysing potential risk factors associated with relevant IT Vendors..
The role requires strong influencing, negotiation and relationship management skills with an ability to focus on multi-supplier integration, partnership efficacy and strategic outcomes,
Excellent communication and teaming skills combined with the ability to effectively lead and drive initiatives in a fast-paced environment are key aspects of this role.
This role will initially operate within the Core Banking Systems (CBS) programme and entails the on-boarding of multiple new vendors to the Bank.
Location: This role is based in IT Centre in Cabinteely, D18.
1 - Relationship Management
2 - Performance and Governance Management
3 - Contract Management
4 - Risk & Compliance Management
Where Agency assistance is required Bank of Ireland Recruitment Team will engage directly with suppliers. Unsolicited CVs / profiles will not be accepted for this role.
Bank of Ireland Group is an equal opportunities employer and is committed to fostering an inclusive workplace which values and benefits from the diversity of our workforce.
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