IT Brief NZ - ANZ looking for new head of technology

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ANZ looking for new head of technology

ANZ Bank is looking for a new head of technology. 

Located in the Auckland CBD, the bank is looking for a Head of Technology for Institutional and Commercial and Agri Banking.

The bank says it is looking to become a ‘super regional bank’, providing the scale and quality of a global business to customers in Australia, New Zealand, Asia and the Pacific. 

“This role is key in fostering relationships between the business and technology with responsibilities including thought leadership and the end to end delivery of technology services,” the job description says.

The new head will contribute to the enablement of business unit strategies whilst managing business unit and group relations working in collaboration with senior leaders to drive the transformation required to embed the bank’s Technology Operation model. 

While facilitating and balancing business segment priorities, staff resourcing and development, and IT budgets, the head will also ensure alignment to the ANZ technology roadmap. 

The bank says it has made progress in improving the representation of women at certain levels. “Our approach and progress in creating a more gender balanced business is recognised through our citation as Employer of Choice for Women by the Workplace Gender Equality Agency (formally known as EOWA) for the eighth time.”

ANZ currently employs over 48,000 people around the world. “We want high calibre people who share our vision and values,” it says. “You'll be part of an out-performing and collaborative team, building something new, with access to the opportunities that come with a fast growing, super regional bank. We provide competitive remuneration and benefits as well as opportunities to grow and develop your career.”

Get in quick, applications close tomorrow.

 

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