Automation Process Owner, Warszawa
Nordea is on a transformational journey of becoming a digital organization. With our customers in focus, we aim to further develop the future relationship bank.
Digital transformation will be powered by shared scalable technology platforms. Nordea is building a market leading capability that will leverage next generation platform architectures to automate, enhance and accelerate the digital journey. Interested in coming on the journey with us?
Within Nordea, Automation Excellence & Governance is responsible for delivering Nordea’s next generation framework for prioritization, transformation and automation of cross organizational IT-Services. Our vision is to design and implement a systematic automation framework that fosters a culture that focuses on end-to-end integration, metrics and clear business benefits.
You will be the key person who works with enhancing Nordea’s automation capability and you will be reporting directly to the Head of Nordea Automation Excellence & Governance.
As a part of the team you will:
- Explain the benefits of automation and shared platforms to multiple audiences
- Constantly challenge the automation framework and procedures to ensure iterative improvements on functionality and performance
- Review total cost of ownership and ensure a scalable economic model is achieved via automation – through creating and monitoring of metrics
- Spread and train the automation spirit, mind-set & approach to a broad audience
- Manage ongoing governance & oversight
- Be responsible for automation metrics/tools & focus on business value
- Communication with end-users and stakeholders
- Represent the automation IT capability within Nordea
- Identify and manage organisational and technical obstacles
The role is based in our location in Warsaw. Welcome to a team with a passion for automation and collaboration.
Who are you?
Collaboration. Ownership. Passion. Courage. The four key values that guide us in being at our best and that we expect all our colleagues to be committed to.
To build a successful career with us, you’ll work well with others and always act with the customer’s needs in mind. You love learning and trying new things, and you’re excited about bringing your ideas to the table. You’re honest and dependable, willing to speak up even when it’s difficult, and committed to empowering others. You’re passionate about doing a great job.
To be successful in this job, you will need to participate in different IT areas. Therefore, you have to be service oriented, pragmatic and forceful; likeable personality is required. You will operate fluidly in highly complex, matrix organizations.
- You have management skills, and knowledge of value based leadership.
- You are passionate for the science of automation and driven by the opportunity to shape the automation framework and you drive automation initiatives.
- You're enthusiastic with a driven and committed attitude and take ownership when important changes are required.
- Knowledge of automation platforms
- Excellent communication and presentation skills
- Entrepreneur spirit
- You communicate well both orally and in writing in English.
An optimistic approach and “can-do” attitude are invaluable assets to make you a great match to our team.
If this sounds like you, we look forward to welcoming you to the team!
More information and send application
For more information about the position, you are welcome to contact Jen Friis Bentzen – firstname.lastname@example.org
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