• Negotiable
  • Singapore
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Standard Chartered Bank Singapore
  • 09 Nov 17

Programme PMO - BCBS 239 Data

  • Location: Singapore
  • Salary: Negotiable
  • Job Type: Full time

Please view Job Description for details.

SCB established the Chief Data Office (CDO) in early 2014, reporting to the Group CIO. The primary objective of the CDO is to establish the data quality management framework (DQMF) and propagate adoption of the DQMF, allied procedures and processes across different functions of the Bank.
The Chief Data Office at SCB ensures awareness of, and confidence in, the bank's data in support of conduct objectives, risk management, regulatory reporting, customer experience, MIS/ business decision making and analytics.
The CDO Function plays a pivotal role in enabling the Bank's compliance with the various regulatory & compliance requirements. The team has been involved with a number of key programs like BCBS239, FATCA, IFRS, Financial Crime to ensure the adoption of the data quality management framework.
CDO is also driving the Enterprise Data management stream for normalization of the banks front to back data flows. It provides oversight for Data Architecture and Innovation across the bank.
Define, implement & manage the programme PMO (Program Management Office) activities for the BCBS239 Enterprise Wide Data Programme

Key Roles and Responsibilities

  • Define the program governance artefacts, including delivery dashboards, ongoing status report templates & all documentation requirements, in line with the PMO standards.
  • Liaise with the Program Manager, Program AE & the Project Managers for each of the underlying projects to agree the delivery plans, project terms of reference & the governance standards for the Program.
  • Implement the governance standards for the Program and the underlying projects.
  • Liaise with the Portfolio PMO to understand the program PMO artefacts to be produced & ensure necessary completion on time.
  • Track delivery progress, risks & issues and financials through Clarity.
  • Act as the Secretariat for the Program Governance Committee - including creation of the Program Status Packs & allied documents.
  • Work closely with the Program Manager to create the delivery roadmap to enable BCBS239 full compliance.
  • Define the business case for 2018, 2019 delivery and enable presentation to the BCBS239 PRC for approvals.


Qualifications and Skills

  • Masters Degree from a recognised university.
  • 10 years + experience in the Banking / Financial Services industry.
  • Experience managing PMO activities for programs in the regulatory change and / or data management areas.
  • Minimum 5 years' experience in project & program tracking, budgeting, delivery management, planning & stakeholder management on large scale transformational programs.
  • Experience in establishing & managing a Program PMO for multi-million dollar programs.
  • Proven experience in establishing program governance standards, mechanisms & dashboards for delivery tracking.
  • Strong communication & stakeholder management skills - with experience in interacting with Senior Management (MD level) stakeholders.
  • Experience in Regulatory Change programmes with cross-functional programme management teams.
  • Hands on experience in Clarity.
  • Expertise in program governance activities & exposure within the Chief Data Office.
  • Outstanding ability to write clear, concise and plain English.
  • Outstanding ability to communicate with a wide range of stakeholders from a broad range of backgrounds.
  • Outstanding ability to negotiate with senior stakeholders to achieve strategic outcomes.
  • Structured thinker with the ability to break down complexity into smaller parts to aid communication and implementation
  • Self-starter and individual contributor who is comfortable with working within a geographically diverse line management structure
  • Experience in developing policies, procedures and controls.
  • Helpful
    Experience in BCBS239 Data Governance & Data Quality workstreams.


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