APAC Program Management is part of the APAC COO organisation. We are accountable to execute front to back divisional change programs, ensuring strong governance with clear escalation, developing a keen understanding of the subject matter and deploying experienced managers across multiple Business sponsored initiatives, predominantly focused on growth, control and entity transformation.
Key responsibilities of this role :
Handle multiple program / projects focused on Business growth, control or entity transformation, from initiation to closure.
Orchestrate deliveries from front to back by partnering with Business COOs / cross-departmental Change / IT / SMEs as well as platform teams.
Define project scope, objectives and governance in collaboration with senior management and partners.
Actively handle project scope and objectives against quality standards, targets and budgets.
Plan, handle and track project delivery achievements, resources, timeline and budget.
Identify risks, issues, dependencies and issues as well as actively track / drive respective mitigations.
You have at least 6-8 years of change management experience in a financial services environment and / or experience in delivering Business growth / controls / entity transformation projects.
You have solid track record in motivating change and delivering implementations across Business lines, front-to-back functions and infrastructure.
You have the ability to prioritize and adapt quickly to shifting priorities, demands and timelines.
You demonstrate analytical mindset and creative problem-solving capabilities.
You have excellent written and interpersonal communications skills.
You have extraordinary partner management skills in the interactions with various internal business partners across different seniority levels (including Business Heads / COOs, corporate functions).
Your deep understanding of banking operations processes and products (preferably across business divisions) changes can be of an advantage, but not mandatory.
You possess the ability to build collaborative, responsive and effective relationships with cross-functional and cross-geographical partners.