At Union Bank of California, our people are our greatest asset.
We are currently looking for a Unit Manager for our Commercial Division in Los Angeles.
UNIT MANAGER – Product Management and Development / Cash Management Products
Responsible for the management of Cash Management product lines and the development of related
new products and major enhancements. Coordinate product development and management activities
of Product Managers with Bank departments and outside vendors to promote and deliver quality
products to the marketplace profitably and effectively. Ensure that the appropriate consulting
and sales functions are informed of new products and enhancements and that planned profit goals
on assigned products are achieved. Oversee the development and management of delivery and
accounting systems which have multiple products.
Oversee the development of new services and products in assigned areas based on the Bank's
goals and objectives. Analyze and evaluate new concepts and determine feasibility and market
potential. Coordinate the research effort by determining market segments. Advise management of
potential new product capabilities through preparation of strategy presentations or papers
which define markets, product design, profitability, marketing costs, alternative systems,
operating expenditures and capitalization. Manage Product Management efforts on existing
product lines, ensuring that state-of-the-art technology is applied. Maintain awareness of
major strategic recommendations to management through presentation of proposals which analyze
user groups and customer procedures, pricing cost and internal/external technology and
procedures needed to effect change. Responsible for approving and managing annual Bank
forecasts of related product volume,
revenues and costs. Coordinate the development and enhancement of multi-product delivery and
accounting systems and between product managers, users and delivering departments. Oversee the
development of strategies for pricing, advertising, marketing and training of assigned product
lines. Review requests from line management to modify and/or change the design of existing
products. Determine cost effectiveness and compliance with auditing procedures and legal
Job Accountabilities/Additional Information
Typically requires a degree from a four-year college (e.g., B.A., B.S.) and 6 to 10 years of
technical experience with 3 to 5 years of supervisory experience.
If you meet the requirements, please email your resume as a WORD document to: