#13661 | 2019-04-23 Stockholm, Sweden

Senior Business Project Manager

For a client in the financial sector, we are looking for a Business Project Manager for the credit data foundation initiative within the CRISP programme (transformation programme within business risk management). The Credit data foundation initiative are in need of a senior Business Project Manager to create the structure and drive the project activities.

Main tasks/responsibilities include:
  • Overview of the common data requirements for existing solutions within credit risk units
  • Common target architecture for the sourcing and storage of data in cooperation with architects
  • Roadmap and transition plan for the migration to the target architecture
  • Coordination of sourcing plans for other projects within CRISP and the credit risk area

We expect that you have a strong background within:
  • Financial/Banking sector
  • Project Management
  • Credit Risk Processes

You have good understanding of:
  • Data Sourcing
  • Data Architecture

Start: 24th of April 2019
Duration: 30th of August 2019
Work location: Stockholm, Sweden
Requirements: Min. 5 years of professional IT experience.
Job type: Freelance

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