NATIONAL SAVINGS AND CREDIT BANK
APPLICATION DEVELOPMENT, MAINTENANCE & SUPPORT MANAGER
1. Purpose of the Job
To maintain, support, and upgrade existing systems and applications needed to keep the business running and lead a team of software developers.
2. Key Responsibilities
a) Manage the development, deployment and support of new application, systems software and/or enhancements to existing applications throughout the bank
b) Ensure that development projects meet business requirements
c) Ensure that all system applications in production are well maintained and supported according to agreed service level agreements
d) Collaborate with Business Analyst, Developers and System owners in the testing of new software programs and applications
e) Manage and provide direction for the Application and Development team in support of business applications
f) Review and analyze existing applications’ effectiveness and efficiency and develop strategies for improving or leveraging these systems
g) Research and make recommendations on software products and services in support of procurement and development efforts
h) Co-ordinate feasible studies for software and system products under consideration for purchase, and give advice based on findings
i) Prioritize projects assigned to the Application and Development team
j) Responsible for the Development lifecycle of the Bank’s software systems, including gathering requirements, database, management, software development, testing , implementation, user follow up, support and project management.
k) Develop and implement change control processes for the development team to follow
l) Provides ad-hoc reporting and decision support required for management decision processes
m) Makes technology decisions that affect Software Development.
n) Works on special IT projects as and when required
o) Assist with the planning and development of the overall ICT strategic planning to ensure operational business needs are met across the bank
p) Any other duties as assigned by superiors.
3. Qualifications and Experience