Dublin | Ireland
While customer experience and technology continue to evolve, the payments landscape is also changing. Our ability to clearly articulate our own strategic direction from a payments perspective, with the appropriate technology to enable this, is critical to the strategy of the organisation overall.
Group payments SP&I will be responsible for the future planning of our Payments strategy and roadmap.
Working in partnership with the business, SP&I team will play a key role in planning of how to operationalise the future payments strategy within the bank, taking into consideration the development and implementation of our new core banking and payments (including card processing) IT infrastructure, and upcoming regulation (e.g. PSD2).
As the business analyst, you`ll work across the Operational Continuity programme, support the assessment of the current organizational structure and our ability to meet the regulators requirements across a wide range of topics e.g. how services are provided and the people, property, IT that supports their provision, our reliance on third parties, the robustness of our contracts, the cost of services, to name a view areas.
Relevant 3rd level qualification
Business Analyst qualification/certification preferable but not essential
Essential Skills & Experience:
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