Sunday, September 21, 2008

Banking Job at ANZ Panin Bank Head Office

ANZ is accelerating the growth of its business in Asia. Our solid foundation for significant growth and investment has been built over more than 39 years since ANZ opened its first office in Asia. We recognise our greatest asset is our people. That is why we are creating a unique climate of inspiration, leadership and great opportunities that will enable the best in market to thrive as part of our diverse team.

Technical Project Manager(Contract role for 6 Months)
(Jakarta Raya - Jakarta)

Bachelor/Master degree in Information Technology is essential for this role. You will be required to possess extensive experience in stakeholder management and managing competing technology and business priorities. Also this role requires experience in a technical environment with relevant business work experience. A demonstrated experience in managing complex IT projects activities covering both application and infrastructure elements is required for this role. In addition to the above, ability to present to and influence senior and executive management internally and externally.

Reporting to Head of IT Projects, you will manage the design, development and implementation of technology to enable key Interchange and Channels projects in ANZ Panin such as Bersama and Prima interchange, Scheme Debit and Cards Payment solutions. The role will also require you to manage projects and system integration activities, as well as strong engagement with technology partners and vendors. In addition to the above, the role will also require to liaise closely with a Regional and global technology partners, including the core banking implementation project and key payments application owners. This role requires you to understand the business and translate business needs and requirements into IT solutions that are aligned to the business environment. Also you will identify issues well in advance and resolve them and ensure key milestones and deliverables are achieved. As a Technical Project Manager, you will require to liaise and conduct negotiations with a wide range of internal and external parties for providing technology solutions. This role expects you to identify potential technology challenges and presents technical solutions, options and cost-benefits (tangible and intangible) to senior and executive management that will overcome such challenges. In addition to the above, you will lead and develop the team of dedicated project resource.

This is an opportunity to undertake a role with development opportunities. With our global head office in Melbourne you will have exceptional opportunity for professional development with a broad range of career paths.

Due to regulatory requirements, this role is only open to Indonesian Nationals.

“Valuing everyone between A aNd Z”.

Please apply at http://, quoting JAK 100097

Closing Date:11-10-08

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