A major international bank is in the market for a new CTO. Is it you?
Their US operation is in the process of installing a new senior leadership team, and all they’re missing is the Tech component. The right Gun here will be a seasoned exec with buckets of experience in commercial banking and wealth management, and who has invigorated teams and knows integration and infrastructure inside and out. Sound good so far? It gets better.
You’ve got plenty of large enterprise experience in a financial services firm (domestic is fine, but global is better). This means you own strategy, engineering, delivery, and infrastructure. When it comes to setting the technology agenda, you know how to drive innovation while miraculously reducing costs.
To land this role, you must have run sizable tech teams. You’ll have 100+ folks reporting to you, and you need to be able to marshal outsourced solutions like nobody’s business. Systems architecture, Networks, Engineering, Data Management and CRM are all well within your grasp, and you’ve got a definite POV on how each one of these should be implemented and managed. You also believe that you don’t have to build everything yourself and know how to integrate packages and manage a constellation of suppliers that greatly surpasses your peers in the industry.
As a major player the senior management puzzle, you’re going to be very, very busy. The bank sees substantial upside to serving their commercial and private banking customers through technology and you’ll be charged with productizing and delivering on that roadmap.
Because the leadership team is so new, this gig will be heavily strategy in the early days, and then evolve into development. But never fear: there are plenty of tough tech knots to untangle. And speaking of teams, you’ll have full rein to reinvent yours.
Experience at an international bank with a global customer base is ideal. If you can show us how you’ve helped a financial organization improve their tech profile while reducing costs, you’ll go straight to the top of our charts.
If you’re ready for the key technology role at a major institution, a role where you’ll get to mold a new team to your liking and leave your stamp on every aspect of the bank’s technology strategy, dial up your resume and hit send.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, creed, age, sexual orientation, veteran status, marital status, disability, or any other status protected by applicable law.