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Embedded consultant – Specialized Threat Manager at Control Risks

  • Full Time
  • Onsite
  • Permanent
  • United Kingdom
  • London

Website Control Risks

Embedded consultant – Specialized Threat Manager

Description

The Regional Specialized Threat Manager (RSTM) will provide program management services to the client’s Specialized Threat Program and Workplace Incident Management team. The RSTM will be responsible for implementing the company’s global preparedness strategy for specialized threat incidents, including kidnapping-for-ransom and extortion, at the regional level. The RSTM will focus on driving strategic objectives for the client, ensuring that key stakeholders across business lines are supported. As a subject matter expert on a range of security threats including extortive crime, the RSTM will work closely with the client’s security and support teams to secure the company’s people and assets throughout the region, providing security advice, training, incident response support, and threat assessment products.

The RSTM will embrace the concepts of continuous process improvement, innovation, and proactive security risk management. While the role is primarily based on the relevant region, the RSTM may be focused on tasks of a global nature that require a broad understanding of security drivers affecting kidnapping and extortion threats to multinational companies.

The ideal candidate will be a self-starter with a passion for independent, creative problem-solving, possess strong analytical skills, and be an excellent oral and written communicator. Must have a history of taking ownership of issues with a strong commitment to raise the bar of performance to deliver results. Customer obsession is a core aspect of the role and the ideal candidate must demonstrate a proven track record of managing a large and varied stakeholder network in pursuit of exceptional service and support. The RSTM reports to the Global Manager of the Specialized Threat Program, based in London.

RESPONSIBILITIES

Represent and embody the client’s values of professionalism, relentless improvement, high attention to detail, and customer obsession.
Successfully deliver and grow the client’s global Specialized Threat Program at the regional level in EMEA, engaging with local site, country, and regional leaders to provide exceptional support. Be a recognized subject matter expert and internal centre of excellence for awareness, readiness, and response for extortive crime and kidnapping threats facing the client.
Build collaborative, cross-functional partnerships and contribute to multi-disciplinary security efforts across the enterprise. Work closely with security teams, Human Resources, Employee Relations, Legal teams, and others, leading education and awareness sessions.
Develop exceptional, highly-focused threat assessments on kidnapping and extortion trends and risk mitigation in collaboration with relevant business partners and external vendors.
Develop and deliver training products for regional teams, and deliver threat awareness briefings in support of travel risk teams and global corporate security framework.
Support regional security and business leaders in the company’s response to special threats-related incidents while maintaining confidentiality and the highest standards of customer engagement.
Provide support to the client’s Workplace Incident Management team as and when required, to deliver a safe and secure workplace.
Cultivate internal and external stakeholder networks through international travel, focused on mutual capacity-building and collaboration in incident response.
Requirements
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS

Master’s degree or equivalent in a security-related field with formal government, military, corporate security, and/or law enforcement experience desirable
Exceptional written and verbal communications skills
Familiarity with global security drivers, threat actors, and trends, in particular surrounding kidnapping-for-ransom (both criminal and militant) and extortion issues
Extensive experience producing threat and risk assessments based on a variety of intelligence sources, both proprietary and open source. Working knowledge of ISO31000-standard security management approaches desirable
Experience using data analytics and mapping software in security assessments and threat awareness
A proven history of building effective partnerships with internal and external cross-functional teams, including leading training and subject matter expertise briefings
Experience managing projects in a regional or global security setting – private sector experience preferred
Results-oriented with strong influencing skills and comfortable working in a fast-paced and highly confidential environment.
An understanding of personal security and risk mitigation techniques for operating in and travelling to higher-risk geographies.
Demonstrated ability to identify security gaps and opportunities and develop appropriate mitigation recommendations and plans, from a multidisciplinary perspective.
Regional language skills and familiarity with Microsoft Office suite. Proficiency at creating presentation materials and using case management software.
FURTHER REQUIREMENTS

Required ability to perform with a high degree of professionalism and enthusiasm as part of a diverse global team with colleagues from all backgrounds, in a respectful and collaborative manner.
Willing to participate in the Control Risks pre-employment screening process, which may include background investigation.
Meet the country’s age requirement.
Reliable means of communication (i.e., email, cell phone).
Reliable means of transportation (public or private)
Legal right to work in United Kingdom (or in their country of residence).
Must be willing and able to travel internationally in support of client operations approximately eight weeks out of the year.
Must be willing and able to work flexibly and as part of an agile global team. Out-of-business-hours and weekend work will be occasionally required as part of the team’s incident response commitments.
Able to attend the client’s offices in central London or another regional hub at least three days per week.

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Embedded consultant – Specialized Threat Manager at Control Risks
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