Wat houdt deze functie in?
KBC is an integrated European bank-insurer with 36.000 employees serving over 10 million clients in Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Hungary, Ireland and Slovakia. Our vision is to be the reference for bank-insurance in all these core markets.
To support this vision, we are now replacing our disparate legacy systems in several markets with a modern, integrated, open core banking platform that will better serve the end-to-end digital needs of our customers.
We are now establishing a Group-wide Center of Competence to support and guide this transnational effort, and we are looking for a Vendor and Implementation Manager to join our team, to help us implement the target architecture and new core banking system of the Group.
Location : Brussels (or Bratislava, Budapest, Dublin, Prague, Sofia or Warsaw if you prefer)
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Wat verwachten we van jou?
The Vendor and Implementation Manager (VIM) will support, challenge, and coordinate the internal and external resources involved in the implementation programs to implement the new core banking system and target architecture in Bulgaria, Hungary, Ireland and Slovakia.
The role of the VIM is a Group-wide position that will cover the following scope:
- Monitor and coordinate internal and external “implementation power” throughout the Group;
- Monitor and develop relevant knowledge (Temenos T24 and other) throughout the Group;
- Represent International Markets Business Unit’s interests towards Procurement (vendor management) and suppliers both internal (e.g. IT Infrastructure) and external (integrators, implementation consultants, vendors), including ongoing cooperation, coordination, and escalation of issues.
The VIM will report to the Competence Center Director and will work together with the Group Enterprise Architect, Project and Program Managers and local business and IT architects from different countries.
The VIM will be part of a broader, international and distributed virtual team, comprised of members of a (multi-location) central team plus local counterparts in each entity.