Management Information Programme Manager

  • Negotiable
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Deutsche Bank
  • 08 Jan 18 2018-01-08

Your primary focus as a MI Programme Manager is managing the MI transformation programme for Compliance globally and driving the adoption of data-driven decision making across the department.

Job title: Management Information Programme Manager
Corporate title: Director
Division: Regulation, Compliance and Anti-Financial Crime
Location: London

Overview:

This programme is a key priority for the Global Head of Compliance & Global Chief Operating Officer (COO) of Compliance.

Your primary focus as a Management Information (MI) Programme Manager is managing the MI transformation programme for Compliance globally and driving the adoption of data-driven decision making across the department. This is a multi-year programme currently at the end of year one. Your role requires building on the implemented framework by embedding the operating model, growing the platform in line with the strategy and demand, further tightening governance over systems and data access and enhancing MI and metrics further through AGILE development.

You'll also be responsible for management of resources in the program, communication and reporting to Senior Management, reinforcing relationships with MI Product Owners across the department and forging connections between teams and technology. You will ensure a globally consistent, efficient and effective approach to MI, from automation of information visualisation and distribution via Tableau, implementation of the MI governance framework, development of cross-functional operational analytics and reporting to Senior Management and Stakeholders.

Key Responsibilities:

  • Being responsible for execution of the full programme including design, development, testing deployment and sustainability
  • Overseeing relevant areas in Audits and Regulatory inquiry, as well as related contribution to other change programmes. Developing and owning remediation programmes and overseeing delivery
  • Managing the developing MI strategy and plans. Aiming for consistent and disciplined execution, ensuring best practices are followed and cross-functional focus on Compliance risk and operations is enhanced
  • Supporting the establishment of MI processes across the functions, for internal management purposes and external communication, utilising the department's strategic platform
  • Managing technology and operational risks to MI sustainability, including disaster recovery, record retention and data protection and data security risks
  • Managing the global budget for this programme
  • Developing and maintaining Information Technology (IT), systems, controls and operating model strategy for these functions, linking key processes, systems and people where relevant across the various groups
  • Helping create connections to other Compliance Transformation teams in Process and Technology to drive the wider Compliance Transformation agenda
  • Being responsible for controls to manage data access and entitlements across these systems
  • Co-ordinating centralised and indirect MI teams, monitoring adherence to the programme fundamentals and providing open fora for feedback and ideas. Encouraging sharing ideas and removing silos is an important aspect

Skills & Qualifications:

  • Experience in managing transformation programmes, a robust understanding of enterprise technology and data, as well as business processes
  • Expertise in embedding change in a complex and sometimes ambiguous environment
  • Ability to articulate risk and operational performance indicators within a Compliance setting (Beneficial)
  • Experience in leading technology focused transformation programmes
  • Excellent communication and organisational skills as well as a strong global collaborator
  • Ability to appropriately collaborate with and challenge Senior Management
  • Track record of delivering programs of change, to a very high standard
  • Ability to think strategically and operationally to understand and visualise risk, ability to contribute opinions clearly and constructively and influence change
  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team and virtual working groups

Deutsche Bank is an equal opportunity employer who seeks to recruit and appoint the best available person for a job regardless of marital / civil partnership status, sex (including pregnancy), age, religion, belief, race, nationality and ethnic or national origin, colour, sexual orientation or disability.

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