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Project Manager – Technology

Reporting to the Head of PMO (“HOD”), the Project Manager - Technology (“PM”) is responsible for directing CIMA’s technology & information systems related projects in accordance with CIMA’s Strategic Plan and functions. This includes the planning, coordination, management, problem resolution, implementation and post-implementation review and evaluation of projects.


The successful candidate will:

• Assist the HOD in developing and implementing the project governance and management framework that aligns with CIMA’s Strategic plan and industry best practices and supports the management of risks that CIMA is exposed to;

• Develop project plans, setting the scope, timelines, objectives, responsibilities and deliverables, andresource requirements of CIMA’s technology & information systems related projects in collaboration with affected Divisions and supports the HOD in making recommendations to the Project Approval Committee;

• Monitor the implementation of projects, including change management programmes, and verifiesthat projects achieve stated objectives and expectations of quality;

• Proactively identifies project implementation problems and works with related stakeholders forremediation;

• Manage vendor and consultant relationships and contract milestones, and budgets;• Conduct research and analysis as necessary for the efficient project planning, execution andproblem resolution;

• Assist the HOD to ensure that the Division operates in compliance with CIMA’s internal policies andprocedures and that people are treated in a fair, consistent and transparent manner to promote a professional work environment and workforce;

• Lead and guide a team of Business Analysts and Junior Business Analysts in planning and managingprojects;

• Assist HOD in developing a divisional staffing plan including recruitment and development of staff;and

• Act as a positive ambassador at conferences, meetings and events and presents information, bringsback ideas, and makes recommendations to improve the regulatory regime and operations;

• Closely collaborate with all CIMA divisions for effectively implementing the project governance andmanagement framework and provides relevant training to CIMA staff;


• A Bachelor’s degree in Information Systems, Project Management, Business administration orsimilar area; and

• Seven (7) years of relevant experience in project management at the professional level intechnology and information systems field or relevant experience in the regulatory environment.

• A Project Management Professional qualification/certification is required.Professional certification in information systems, risk management or strategy management would be an asset

• Experience from within a regulatory environment and or in Fintech and Suptech areas would be adefinite asset.

• Strong knowledge of and experience with project and change management methodologies andbest practices;

• Experience in working on projects through full life cycle;

• Well-developed knowledge of information technology security and governance frameworks,information systems process documentation and workflows, information systems acquisition, user acceptance testing, and rollout;

• Good understanding of Suptech and FinTech;

• Good understanding of risk management;

• Effective organizational skills, detail oriented and the ability to manage priorities;

• Proficiency in all Microsoft Office’s standard applications - in particular, Excel, PowerPoint as well asvisual graphics creation.


(Only shortlisted candidates will be notified)

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