Process Re-Engineering Manager
- Permanent, Full time
- Standard Chartered Bank
- 09 Jan 17
Please view Job Description for details.
The Process Re-Engineering Manager is responsible for leading process improvement initiatives applying proven Process Improvement methodologies such as Lean Six Sigma, Kazan etcs to transform current state processes to a set of highly efficient(lean) and effective processes that are aligned to our strategy
Key Roles and Responsibilities
Base-lining Process Reengineering Initiatives
- Responsible to establish the base-line (as-is). This will include canvassing the full environment for pain-points / issues / feedback from any touchpoints
- Responsible to engage all stakeholders in the base-lining exercise to create acceptance
- Responsible to propose recommendations on reengineering initiatives that can be done
- Responsible to project-manage any process reengineering initiatives, i.e follow project management practices to ensure good execution of process reengineering initiative
- Responsible to prepare weekly update on the progress of the initiative
- Responsible to prepare the benefits summary once the initiative is completed
- To be the source of reference within Technology Services in sharing, recommending, promoting and creating awareness of the best practices to achieve Quality Process. These best practices can be drawn upon from industry experience and/or external frameworks
- To ensure any info sharing and recommendations are relevant in content and realistic in the practical applications to the functions/teams
- To own, drive and lead the process reengineering initiative
- To demonstrate thought leadership capability and good conduct in the role
- To develop good working relationship with Process Owners so that process reengineering initiatives are understood, agreed, sponsored by management from initiation to closure.
- This refers to both the Process Owner for the process reengineering initiative as well as any other impacted Process Owners due to the process reengineering initiative
- To be able to work together with Process Practitioners to establish baseline processes as well to ensure on-going partnership in any process reengineering initiatives.
- This refers to anybody performing the activities in the process which is part of the process reengineering initiative, may or may not be in the same team as the Process Owner.
- To be able to work together with any Technical Teams (whether from Engineering or Support, whether internal or external) whose tools/systems/portals are used to manage the workflows of the processes.
- To be able to work together with Process Risk Manager to ensure that the process reengineering initiatives are aligned to the controls and requirements of the Operational Risk Framework.
Qualifications and Skills
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
The Process Re-Engineering Manager manages overall process reengineering initiatives assigned to the person and to be successful in this role, must operate within the Technology Governance remit, as evidenced by:
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