Technology Risk Manager - Scotland
The Technology Risk Manager is an individual within the team providing expert technical advice, guidance and support on technology risk projects with our clients.
You will be a generalist but have specialities in one of the specific areas listed below which can be developed and honed as your career develops. This role would suit someone who is comfortable working across the technology risk spectrum, disciplines and industries.
In return we offer:
Variety - An impressive list of clients with different needs and issues at both a technical and strategic level.
Opportunity - To develop your technical and business skills and enhance your business advisory, presentational and inter-personal skills.
Support - We work as a team and support each other on a day-to-day basis. We also actively encourage an ongoing exchange of knowledge across the many specialists operating within PwC.
Training - PwC is recognised for the quality of its training programmes that cover both technical and 'soft' (e.g. report writing) skills.
Challenge - We work in an atmosphere which encourages you to be proactive and imaginative with the emphasis always on serving clients' needs.
Managing and delivering multiple assignments, including producing documentation and reports.
Maintaining technical IT knowledge and certifications, sharing this knowledge with junior team members.
Managing multiple teams in delivering client engagements
Building client relationships and establishing credibility by demonstrating knowledge of various aspects of technology risk, and identify opportunities where PwC can assist.
Working as a subject matter experts in your field.
Working with colleagues in other services areas and support our clients’ technology risk needs.
Qualifications and Experience:
A significant track record in technology risk with a specific speciality in either IT enabled transformation project assurance, Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP) systems assurance or data assurance
An understanding of technology risk methodologies, best practice and industry standards
Excellent communication skills – both oral (for interviews/meetings, presentations) and written (for designing and writing reports which can communicate findings and clearly convey the message).