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Juno Release Manager

Westpac Group - Sydney, NSW

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JOB DESCRIPTION

Job Description

How will I help?

We are looking for a Release Manager to be a part of a newly created platform team here at Westpac. This role will be focussed on leading the release management, environment allocation and change governance across the Juno (Open Pages platform). The platform team is establishing a squad model and will be working towards an Agile Release Train model. The role holder will also be responsible for engagement with business teams and relevant stakeholders.

Core Responsibilities in the role will include –

  • Provide guidance across the Open Pages environment including outsource partners in the operation of the release and deployment process
  • Identify opportunities to improve planning of releases and the release policy
  • Collaborate with Programme and BAU teams to assist with release planning and introduction of new initiatives into release planning and management
  • Ensure release planning activities adhere to standards, policies, and best practice
  • Track, monitor, remediate and escalate planned releases that may create a conflict with other planned releases
  • Ensure planned releases are captured on the release calendar the forward schedule of change
  • Manage multiple environments and work with the teams on a regular basis to allocate initiatives to environments and govern that allocation and assignment on a weekly to fortnightly cadence
  • Work closely with Change Management and Release and Deployment to ensure smooth operation of Release Planning activities

What’s in it for me?

The Juno Platform team has a significant regulatory focus and is expected to grow exponentially as Risk Management becomes embedded as a key facet of daily life in Westpac. You will play an important and significant part in the future of a business that has been around for 200 years. Our vision is to become one of the world’s great service companies. So, we will back you in the development of your career, with internal career prospects and flexible working. You will also be backed by a fantastic team of people in a can-do, supportive structure.

What do I need?
  • Demonstrable experience working with Open Pages platform
  • Strong stakeholder management and collaborative skills
  • Ability to work with technical and business stakeholders to ensure timely releases
  • Experience in release or change management
  • Experience in Agile Release Trains and coordination of multiple streams of work into regular releases
  • Some experience and understanding of data management and analytical concepts

What is it like to work in Westpac?

As well as good pay and a great culture, joining the Westpac family means you will get some of the best banking, wealth, and insurance benefits in the market. We back our employees by helping them work towards industry-recognised qualifications, using online learning, training modules and career planning tools for you to grow with us. We will even pay you to do volunteer or community work. As an equal opportunity employer, we are proud to have created a culture and work environment that values diversity and flexibility – and champions inclusion.

How do I Apply?

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As part of our commitment to creating a diverse and inclusive workplace, this role is open to experienced candidates seeking a discussion around workplace flexibility. We invite candidates of all ages, people with a disability and Indigenous Australians to apply.

The health and wellbeing of our employees is our top priority. We’ve developed clear standards to ensure our people are confident, safe and healthy whether they’re working from a Westpac Group site or working from home. These are based on expert medical advice and Safe Work Australia guidelines.