Consulting IT Junior PMO
|Job Type||Full time|
|Salary||Open for Discussion|
Standing among the top financial institutions in Thailand, our client provides a full range of investment banking products and services, ranging from equity fundraising, retail and commercial lending and insurance products. Established in Thailand over 100 years ago, continues to be at the forefront of Thailand’s financial services company. Due to a recent expansion of their technology group, our client has an opening for an experienced IT Coordinator to assistant in a digital transformation project to take upon the following role
IT PROJECT COORDINATOR – BANKING
PROJECT MANAGEMENT – BANKING TECHNOLOGY
The sought-after candidate will report to the Project Manager and assist on a digital banking project with one of Thailand’s banks. The role will be involved with several stakeholders and IT Manager’s to ensure the roll out and ongoing implementation is measured and implemented to strict timelines and performance KPIS.
Organizes and assists in project meetings
Work with cross-functional team members to assess feasibility of project scope & IT Business Leaders and develop detailed project timelines to ensure that there is sufficient flexibility and contingency in the plan to respond to unanticipated difficulties.
Identify, monitor, communicate and resolve issues, scope changes, budget variances or other FPO hurdles that may arise during the project execution.
Interface with regional and/or worldwide cross functional teams to obtain project relevant information.
Ensure compliance against governance as required.
Prepare and present project progress reports & presentations as required.
Qualified to Degree level in an IT related subject
2-4 years of Business Analyst or Project Management experience gained within a similar role preferably within the Banking / Financial sector
Candidate with previous experience in a bank and/or have experience with a digital based project related to the IT sector are preferred.
Good command of English – Written and Spoken is essential