At SBS Bank, our members come first. SBS Bank is a dynamic and progressive organisation offering home loans, term investments, and day to day banking services throughout New Zealand.
In this Invercargill based role, which reports to the General Manager Member Banking you will be responsible for the performance, growth (member usage and product sales) and member experience of digital channels.
Other key functions of the role include;
Be the Digital Thought Leader and act as SBS's Digital Champion and foster a culture of Digital led thinking
Ensure maximisation of value for SBS Bank across all channel from digital led initiatives
Act as the key business SME on the digital programme and play a key part in both the determination of the overall strategy and the implementation of the SBS Digital journey/roadmap.
Naturally you will have experience in growing and developing Digital Channels and demonstrated project planning and management experience, preferably in the finance industry.
Strong organisational and self-management skills and the ability to work in a team environment are essential and if you have the ability to be flexible and embrace change, make good judgment calls and have excellent communication skills we want to hear from you!
You will be someone who will stay true to SBS values, and above all possess the passion and drive to assist SBS Bank on our digital journey. This is a great opportunity to further your career so contact us now and become part of the SBS Bank team.
To apply for this job go to: http://sbsbankcareers.co.nz & enter ref code: 3667763. Applications close 25 August 2017
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