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VP/AVP, Technical SME (Payments), Institutional Banking Group Tech, Technology and Operations

Keywords / Skills : VP/AVP, Technical SME (Payments), Institutional Banking Group Tech, Technology and Operations

7 - 50 years
Posted: 2018-07-11

Banking/ Financial Services
Other Information Technology
Posted On
11th Jul 2018
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Job Description

Business Function
Group Technology and Operations (T&O) enables and empowers the bank with an efficient, nimble and resilient infrastructure through a strategic focus on productivity, quality & control, technology, people capability and innovation. In Group T&O, we manage the majority of the Bank's operational processes and inspire to delight our business partners through our multiple banking delivery channels.
  • Responsible for application design, enhancements and overall end-to-end functionality. Responsible for overall quality, stability and performance of the system.
  • Transform requirements into architecture and blueprint for the solution being created. Conversion that is based on several factors: previous, successful design patterns, reference architectures and enterprise architecture guidance. 
  • Provide technology perspective to business to help guide roadmap and prioritization by keeping abreast with industry trends. Where required, help business the complexity of problem, simplify and define MVP.
  • Provide technical leadership and guidance to the development team, during the SDLC. Get development team’s buy-in into accepting the design to be implemented. Provide thought leadership to ensure minimal technical debt and best of breed technology is used.
  • Ensure that the solution architecture aligns with the roadmaps established by the enterprise architecture, and that it adheres to the enterprise architecture principles. Act as the bridge between Enterprise / Application Architecture and Delivery.
  • Be a consumer and contributor to architecture collateral. The patterns and guidance developed should be reusable in a broader enterprise architecture context. 
  • Document and manage how multiple applications are poised to work together. Involves defining the interaction between application packages, databases, and middleware systems in terms of functional coverage.
  • Generate migration plans for systems which are at the end of the software life cycle or which have inherent technological risks.

  • An experienced Enterprise SOA and EOA Architect 
  • End-to-End Enterprise Architecture understanding, including Enterprise Java Stack (JEE), Rich UI and Front-End technologies e.g. native, Kony, mobile applications (Android and iOS), Middleware technologies e.g. Mulesoft, Tibco, Solace, Mainframe technologies, Databases, Data Warehouses, and Core Banking solutions. 
  • Good relevant understanding of Enterprise Integration and Messaging Patterns, SOA Governance practices
  • Strong communication skills including engaging senior management on strategic plans, leading project steering committees and status updates.
  • Experienced in Agile methodology.
  • Capable to handle multiple concurrent initiatives.
  • Excellent organizational, vendor management, negotiation, and prioritization skills.
  • Proactive and able to work under pressure, strong problem-solving skills and positive "can do" attitude.

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We offer a competitive salary and benefits package and the professional advantages of a dynamic environment that supports your development and recognises your achievements.

About Company

DBS is a leading financial services group in Asia, with over 280 branches across 18 markets. Headquartered and listed in Singapore, DBS has a growing presence in the three key Asian axes of growth: Greater China, Southeast Asia and South Asia. The bank's capital position, as well as "AA-" and "Aa1" credit ratings, is among the highest in Asia-Pacific. DBS has been recognised for its leadership in the region, having been named “Asia's Best Bank” by The Banker, a member of the Financial Times group, and “Best Bank in Asia-Pacific” by Global Finance. The bank has also been named “Safest Bank in Asia” by Global Finance for seven consecutive years from 2009 to 2015.

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