Regulatory Change Programme Manager
Group Technology and Change at Schroders is not just about technology; it's about problem solving using cutting edge technology to support the business and deliver high end solutions. We encourage innovation and value excellence. We are a global function that's managed locally and this allows us to develop and deploy systems and processes across our international offices. To learn how we've grown, explore our interactive timeline to see how we've been shaping financial futures since our very beginnings.
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Schroders is proactively responding to a changing regulatory environment. With a team of individuals focusing on different regulatory change projects there is a need for support of global group co-ordination.
We require an individual with an excellent track record of co-ordinating individuals to ensure delivery of multiple projects. The individual will support and facilitate the compilation of updates to give a single view of regulatory status, risks and financial management within change. As such the individual will be working across multiple domains and should have excellent communication and collaboration skills. The individual will act upon this view to mitigate risks, remove blockers, enable team members to deliver and ensure the Head of department is always informed about the status of regulatory projects. Delivery will be enacted in an Agile framework, and a driven individual should support teams to success in a collegiate manner.
• To ensure there is an accurate, cross-programme view of Regulatory Change Delivery.
• To manage risks and proactively work to remove blockers to delivery
• To ensure each team member completes timely and accurate reporting to the Enterprise Programme Management Office.
• To manage communication of progress and changes to the wider organisation
• To manage all budgetary aspects of the programme
• To manage the dependencies to / from adjacent regulatory and data programmes of work
General and Technical Skills:
• Understanding of the regulatory change horizon working in collaboration with colleagues in our Compliance and Legal teams
• Understanding of the Asset Management business
• Clear leadership skills demonstrated by successful delivery through enabling multiple teams to their best performance
• Ability to manage and motivate across multiple departments
• Evidence of multiple senior stake holder management
• Strong consultative skills with the ability to collaborative when appropriate and influence across a broad, senior stakeholder base
• Ability to deliver difficult messages where necessary and the ability to explain complex concepts in a clear and concise manner to stakeholders
• Ability to take decisions and resolve challenging issues
• Ability to manage multiple budgets and can simplify into a single transparent cohesive financial picture
• A collegiate approach with knowledge of agile methodologies
• Able to make trade-offs to ensure priority value items are delivered
• Can drive to make decisions
Note to Agencies:
Schroders does not accept speculative CV's from agencies. We do have a PSL who are invited to support us when required. We only pay fees to agencies instructed to send CV's and are submitted through our recruitment portal. We do not pay fees on speculative or unsolicited CV's sent to Schroders or Schroders employees and reserve the right to contact unsolicited CV's directly.