• Delivery Manager

    Job Locations CN-Shanghai
    # of Openings
    Position Type
    Permanent Full-Time
  • Role Description

    To take responsibility for a team of highly qualified cross-functional experts, build their trust and continue to develop them, to develop and deliver world class solutions.  Responsible for the creation, execution and proactive delivery of end to end plans for which deliver projects to FNZ customers. 


    The role will be aligned to client project teams to facilitate and enable the Shanghai Solution Centre to deliver project outcomes to our customers on time and to a high level of quality. Develop and maintain standards of delivery planning, tracking and documentation.  

    • Key contact for client facing team and be the solution centre leader responsible for planning, organising, monitoring and controlling all aspects of the applications development, in accordance with SDLC and Development Standards.
    • Undertake project scheduling, resource management and planning including resolving scheduling conflicts with other projects and teams.
    • Understand the project requirements, solution, and any technical or delivery dependencies and coordinate with resources and direct the projects in the right direction in a timely manner and to a high standard.
    • Be an innovative leader by planning and delivering the project in the most efficient way.
    • Manage Development project activities for multiple projects across all project phases, including initiation, planning, execution, monitoring, control and closure.
    • Work collaboratively and innovatively with the development team, Systems Analysts, lead architect and the Project Manager to determine technical direction and approach to system design and implementation, including service support.
    • Create, manage and track project artefacts, including, but not limited to:
      • Project development schedules.
      • Detailed build project plans.
      • Build scope statements.
      • Build estimates.
    • Continuously improve the Build Management process and artefacts by contributing to the FNZ continuous improvement agenda.
    • Manage the day-to-day activities of projects and staff; communicate with project teams at all times and frequently to ensure build deliverables are on schedule and within cost and quality parameters.
    • Provide input into strategic planning.

    Experience Required

    • Significant experience in leading the technical delivery of IT projects.
    • SDLC knowledge essential.
    • Degree qualified or equivalent experience.
    • PMP, PRINCE 2, Scrum master certified – desirable.
    • Agile, Lean, DevOps experience – desirable.
    • Expert in Microsoft Project
    • Resilient and a self-starter; able to work independently in a fast paced environment.
    • Enjoys a personal challenge and strives to succeed/improve.
    • Good communication skills both verbal and written in English.
    • Experience of managing senior project stakeholders.

    About FNZ

    FNZ is a global FinTech firm, transforming the way financial institutions serve their wealth management customers.  We partner with banks, insurers and asset managers to help consumers better achieve their financial goals.  The business has grown rapidly in recent years, as its institutional customers have used FNZ’s platform to improve transparency, choice and drive down long-term costs for consumers of wealth management products across all segments: from mass-market workplace pensions to mass-affluent and high-net-worth clients.


    Today, FNZ is responsible for over £330 billion in assets under administration (AuA) held by around 5 million customers of some of the world’s largest financial institutions, including Standard Aberdeen, Santander, Lloyds Bank, Vanguard, Generali, Barclays, Quilter, UOB, Aviva, Zurich, UBS, BNZ, Findex and FNZC. In total, FNZ partners with over 60 financial institutions across the UK, Europe, Australia, New Zealand and South-East Asia.  The company has over 1,400 employees in the UK, Czech Republic, Shanghai, Singapore, Australia and New Zealand.


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