PKO Bank Polski is expanding its IT teams and will employ 130 specialists

PKO Bank Polski is developing IT project teams and is currently recruiting for 130 new positions, the bank announced. We are looking for: analysts, architects, project managers and programmers, as well as data warehouse experts, application administrators and DevOps engineers.

“PKO Bank Polski has nearly 12 million customers, of which 63% are digital customers. We have 7.6 million active IKO applications, and by 2025 we intend to make all our websites available in remote channels. We are implementing more and more projects using artificial intelligence and we are at the stage of transferring the IKO mobile application to the cloud. We build the most advanced analytics on the market – our MLOps platform is the first solution of this type in the Polish banking sector. We simultaneously run many IT projects that are very complex and which, due to the scale of our operations, have a large impact on the market,” said Piotr Krawczyk, director of the Application Development Division at PKO BP, quoted in the release.

PKO Bank Polski is developing IT project teams and is currently recruiting for 130 new positions. We are looking for specialists in virtually all IT areas: analysts, architects, project managers and programmers, as well as data warehouse experts, application administrators and DevOps engineers. The need to expand project teams results from the large scale of ambitious projects implemented in the field of technology, including: using Data Science, RPA, Machine Learning or Artificial Intelligence, are given in the material.

Currently, 2,300 people work in IT teams in various areas of the bank. These are multidisciplinary project teams combining IT and business competencies. When building applications, PKO BP develops the DevSecOps approach, which allows for ensuring security at every stage of technology implementation. In its daily work, the bank uses the Agile methodology, a mode of work of small teams that understand each other well and feel a strong sense of responsibility for the product. This approach increases efficiency and improves work comfort, it was also indicated.

The bank emphasizes that the scale of IT projects implemented by the bank will increase. The PKO BP strategy for 2023-2025 assumes even greater focus on the use of modern technologies.

He emphasizes that it is an attractive place to work for experts in the field of technology. This is evidenced by the resignation rate (leaving on the employee’s initiative) in the IT area, which in PKO BP over the last 12 months was 7.1%, which is much better than the market average.

PKO Bank Polski is the leader of the Polish banking sector. The bank’s shares have been listed on the WSE since November 2004; is included in the WIG20 index. The bank’s total assets amounted to PLN 431.45 billion at the end of 2022.

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