Applications Support Manager (IT) Applications Support Manager (IT) …

TEKsystems Hong Kong
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 May 20
Competitive
TEKsystems Hong Kong
in Hong Kong, Hong Kong, Hong Kong
Permanent, Full time
Last application, 26 May 20
Competitive
Applications Support Manager (IT)
Job Responsibilities:
- Develop technical aspects of the company's application operation standard to ensure alignment with its business goals
- evaluate effectiveness of technology operations, discover and implement new technologies that yield competitive advantage,
- response to stakeholders' feedback and make necessary improvements and adjustments to technology
- Supervise system operation and management in order to ensure functionality, efficiency as well as mitigate technology risk
- Build and continuously review the change management, quality assurance standard to mitigate risk associated with operations, application configuration and security.
- Make review of incident, and corrective action, assessments on internal and external parties on the effectiveness of technology operations.

Requirements
- BSc/BA in Computer Science, Engineering or a related field; MBA or other relevant graduate degree is a plus
- Minimum 10 years of working experience, with at least 5 years of application support in Finance sector. Application development and project management experiences a plus.
- Knowledge of technological trends
- Ability to conduct independent technological analyses and research, evaluate the technology feasibility from all various of aspect
- Understand the operations of financial institute, including but not limit to core trading and settlement system, middle office, etc
- Excellent communication skills and organizational abilities.
- Strategic thinking, Problem-solving aptitude and people management skill.
- Understand of SFC electronic trading standard, HKMA cyber security guidelines, MAS technology risk management guidelines, Web Application security is a plus.

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