Purchasing Card Product Manager

Position Description:
The Purchasing Card Product Manager effectively manages the strategic direction, product development, pricing, servicing, revenue/profitability/budget and day-to-day operations of the Bank's Purchasing Card program. This leader has P&L responsibility for this card program. Develops business cases and leads product enhancement initiatives that require interaction with numerous bank departments, all levels of management, and current and perspective software and hardware vendors.

Partner with Executive Management, Marketing, Sales, Operations, and Legal/Compliance to evaluate and implement product solutions. Serve as expert on industry and product trends; research and report on best practices and advancements at peer financial institutions to ensure assigned products maintain competitive parity.

This position is responsible for Product Management which may include the following treasury products (each product manager will manage various / multiple products and assignments are subject to change): Retail/Wholesale Lockbox, Electronic Lockbox Integrated Receivables, Electronic Bill Pay, Remote Image Deposit, Payroll, ACH, Data Exchange, Fraud Prevention, Smart Safe, Purchasing Card, etc.

Position Requirements:
Basic Qualifications:

Bachelors degree with a minimum of 6 years experience in bank operations or product management, with at least 2 years of product management experience in a supervisory capacity.
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High school diploma or GED with a minimum of 10 years experience in bank operations or product management, with at least 2 years of product management experience in a supervisory capacity.

5 or more years of card experience, preferably with the Purchasing Card specifically.

Advanced technical skills including proficiency in Microsoft Office products. Proven leadership abilities.
Demonstrated project management skills.
Strong time management skills and sense of urgency.
Ability to prioritize tasks, multitask, delegate and work under pressure.
Strong written, oral and presentation skills.

Certified Cash Manager (CCM) or other Association for Financial Professionals (AFP) or NACHA certification.


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