Senior Business Strategy Manager (Omni Channel Management) Senior Business Strategy Manager (Omni Channel  …

Bank Of China (Hong Kong) Limited
in Hong Kong
Festanstellung, Vollzeit
Seien Sie der erste Bewerber
Competitive
Bank Of China (Hong Kong) Limited
in Hong Kong
Festanstellung, Vollzeit
Seien Sie der erste Bewerber
Competitive
Senior Business Strategy Manager (Omni Channel Management)
Responsibilities:
  • Align with the bank's business and channel strategy and reference best market practice to formulate short-, medium- and long-term omni-channel strategy and optimization plans.
  • Support the bank's cultural change management on digitalization and omni channel transformation.
  • Drive business users and suggest improvement / creative idea for making platforms competitive with design thinking or other methodology.
  • Work closely with segment and product managers to develop business use cases with the best market practice and excellent customer experience.
  • Perform program and project management, develop detailed project development plan, track and monitor project progress, ensure effective implementation of new services / initiatives and perform post-implementation review after launch.
  • Liaise with external vendors / suppliers / IT to ensure high quality deliverables / services.
  • Perform regular management reporting and service benchmarking.
  • Prepare documentation on new products and services for internal control departments' review and approval
Requirements:
  • Degree or above with major in Business Administration, Finance, Economics, Statistics, or related disciplines
  • More than 7 years of relevant experience in banking industry with proven track records in strategic planning or project management & implementation, including at least 3 years' experience at senior managerial role
  • Be a good team player and self-motivated with strong analytical mindset plus able to manage multiple projects

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