Head of Product Business Processes


  • Job Type: Full-Time
  • Function: Engineering Prod Mgmt/Dev
  • Industry: FinTech
  • Post Date: 01/12/2022
  • Website: finaro.com
  • Company Address: , Valletta, Malta

About Finaro

Finaro provides brilliantly simple, multidimensional, tailored global payments solutions.

Job Description

We are looking for a manager who dreams processes!

Are you interested at automating long and complex processes with multiple working components?

Are you a multi task person which enjoys seeing the big picture but isn’t afraid from the details?

Are you technic but enjoy knowing the business needs? Come join us!

This role includes:

· Building and designing our company’s main business processes in order to achieve organizational goals. 

· Analyzing, developing and identifying new initiatives for continuous improvements and optimization of our business processes.

· Working with our main stakeholders across the company to gather, monitor, prioritize and manage ongoing issues and new requirements.

· Ensuring we are compliant with customer and banking regulations.

· Reviewing PRDs and technical specs for development teams.

· Working closely with our CRM team and other development teams during projects implementations.

·Managing a team of product and Product Operations  which are owners of  different Product lines and manage the day to day issues and ongoing changes.


Candidate should have:

  • 5 years of proven experience in collecting business requirement and translating them to technical ones(System analyst experience)
  • 3 years of management experience (Product management or parallel management experience)
  • At least 2 years’ experience in Salesforce (CRM) implementation or Salesforce administration and architecture.
  •  5 years of proven experience in digitalization of business processes in Fintech/Banking/Insurance or similar area
  • Advanced analytical skills and multi tasking.
  • Strong learning skills and attention to details
  • Leadership skills and ability to work in a cross-functional structure

We use cookies to customize your user experience. Click “Agree” if you agree with our Policy.