Chief Information Officer

An exciting strategic leadership opportunity to help shape Bank of us! 

Bank of us is the only Tasmanian customer owned bank. They have 32,000 customers, more than $1.2 billion in assets, seven retail stores statewide and a broad range of digital channels. Bank of us offers a comprehensive and competitive range of banking products and services designed to meet all personal banking needs along with a limited range of business banking products and services. For further information on the business, please visit bankofus.com.au.

Bank of us is seeking to appoint a Chief Information Officer (CIO) to its Executive team. The operating environment is dynamic, and this provides an exciting opportunity for a CIO to be involved in the ongoing shaping of the business for future success and long-term sustainability.

The CIO is responsible for providing the strategic leadership of Bank of us technology functions to support the delivery of the organisation’s strategic priorities and position Bank of us as a main financial institution with a point of difference as a high tech/high touch Tasmanian customer owned bank.

This role oversees the day-to-day operations of the Program Management Office, Networks & IT Systems, Operations and Data Analytics functions and builds upon existing capability.

Key to your success in this role will be your ability to lead, coach and develop a multidisciplinary technology portfolio, proven ability to operate at a strategic level and present compelling business recommendations at an executive and board level, and to proactively manage internal relationships with the executive team and organisational support functions, whilst maintaining a hands-on approach with your teams.

This role can be based in either Launceston or Devonport.

You'll find the position description for this role above, or for a confidential discussion, please contact Lynne Chapman on 0467 229 445 or lynne@chapmanexecutive.com.au. 

To submit an application, please apply online at www.chapmanexecutive.com.au by Wednesday, 29 September 2021.