MUFG Union Bank Vice President, Systems Planning in Sydney, Australia
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About the role:
In your role as Vice President, Strategic Planning your purpose will be to work and partner with the Asia Systems Office Oceania (ASOO) management and regional Asia Systems Office (ASO) leadership to lead the Systems Planning team and act as the Technology Information Security Officer (TISO) for Oceania.
Responsible for overseeing the Systems Planning team to ensure oversight of the local implementation responsibilities for Global and Regional initiatives being deployed in Oceania and for Locally initiated projects. As the TISO for Oceania, advocating for and providing more focus in the uplifting of Cybersecurity maturity and IT risk management at the Branch level.
Contribute to innovation, change management in digitalization and the New Ways of Working
What you’ll be doing:
Contribute and support the short, medium and long term goals of the ASOO strategy that aligns to the Bank’s global and regional direction/vision, operating plans, and mid-term business plan (MTBP)
Programme manage all IT related projects for Oceania to ensure that project tasks for Global and Regional projects are completed within timeframes and for local projects to be delivered on time and within budget
Provide advice and guidance to Branch leadership on the key IT security risk and controls for strategic priorities
Monitor and manage to the budget assigned to ASOO and oversee all IT projects within the country to ensure they are implemented on-time and within budget
Support the enhance cost competitiveness and return of IT investments, aligning with global and regional strategy to improve cost efficiencies such as through close management of procurement and vendor contracts
Act as a trusted advisor to stakeholders on IT Systems Planning related topics
Contribute to building a culture of IT professionals focused on deep business alignment, accountability for outcomes and continuous improvement
Ensure an appropriate framework in place to monitor and govern IT vendors and suppliers to ensure expected level of services and performance are met
Responsible for managing a team
Analyst, Systems Planning (2)
Admin, Systems Planning
Act as ambassador for Systems team to internal and external parties including but not limited to local regulator, auditors and regional systems team
Responsible for managing (objective setting & performance management), developing (coaching, career progression & training) and rewarding (financial and non-financial reward decisions) the Systems planning team
Act as a role model to team members and adhere to all company policies/ guidelines
Act as primary contact for ASO in handling all regional requests for information as well as ad-hoc and regular reporting for Region
Ensure ASOO policies and procedures are maintained and comply with the annual review process
Technology Information Security Officer (TISO)
Localise and implement security standards and procedures adapting to local business and regulatory needs
Promote and advocate IT security awareness in the local branch
Work with local stakeholders on local IT security requirements, risk assessments and compliance with local IT related regulations
What we are looking for:
7+ years working in IT or related work experience
Experience working in a similar role from within banking or financial services
Proven record of successful IT programme management
Thorough understanding of relevant regulations or Australia and New Zealand, such as APRA CPS234
Experience in managing audits and requests from internal and external auditors
Strong interpersonal and communications skills
Excellent leadership including managing and mentoring a developing team
Collaborates and builds partnerships
Control and oversight of a department budget
Strong knowledge of project management principles
MUFG fosters a highly professional, supportive work environment that enables our employees to help maximize our customers' prosperity. We focus on building long-term customer relationships and giving back to our communities in order to develop shared and sustainable growth for a better world.
MUFG Bank Ltd & MUFG Securities Asia Limited (collectively referred to as “MUFG”) is an equal opportunity employer. We view our employees as our key assets as they are fundamental to our long-term growth and success. MUFG is committed to hiring based on merit and organsational fit, regardless of race, religion or gender.