IT Governance Specialist (f/m/d)

Date: 13-Oct-2021

Location: Frankfurt am Main, DE

Company: Deutsche Börse Group

Field of activity
The IT Governance section will drive the implementation of a consistent management approach for meeting IT governance requirements, covering governance components such as management processes, a Quality Management System and reliable and repeatable activities and policies. One core activity of the section is the COBIT 2019 process framework implementation, which supports minimizing overall business risk.

Join the team and support the provision of governance components such as standardised methods, a Quality Management system and processes used for the division. The successful candidate is responsible for implementation and maintenance of such governance components. This includes process & policy enablement, continuous improvement and respective reporting.


  • Establish, maintain and improve Governance components, e. g processes and policies, based on the COBIT defined set of requirements
  • Design COBIT based processes
  • Supervise and drive activities related to process rollout in the IT Organization
  • Refine and increase maturity of assigned Governance components on an ongoing basis 
  • Drive activities addressing operational regulatory requirements in the IT organisation

Qualifications/required skills

  • Profound experience in IT Governance, IT Operations, process management or audit with at least 2 years in practice
  • Candidates must have awareness and understanding of financial services and respective regulatory requirements, primarily BAIT
  • Knowledge of IT, operating systems, databases and applications is beneficial
  • Excellent analytical and project management skills
  • High degree of initiative and assumption of responsibility
  • Team orientation and strong communication skills
  • Experience with COBIT 2019 (or COBIT 5) framework round off your profile
  • University or comparable degree in Computer Science, law or related discipline preferred Proficiency in written and spoken German and English