Manages crisis events by rooting out and understanding variables involved and making decisions based upon these variables; activating and coordinating crisis responders from various disciplines from across the company based upon the needs of the situation; leveraging partners to bring the proper resources, assets, and services to ensure resolution of the crisis event; ensuring proper event communication updates to the appropriate stakeholders and leadership based on the event; leveraging technology and communications platforms to capture event information and coordinate the event; closing out events in internal systems when appropriate; and conducting and coordinating post-event analysis for continuous improvement.
Oversees data-driven assessments of internal and external security risks to people, business operations, and assets by evaluating the likelihood of crisis events; determining the vulnerability of company assets to the identified risk; evaluating the impact of risk to critical business operations; evaluating the effectiveness of existing security programs in relation to the identified vulnerabilities and risks; translating security risk data to identify business risks for stakeholders to determine appropriate risk response.
Mitigates risks to company assets by evaluating requirements, constraints, assumptions, and variables for businesses; identifying and assessing available risk management options for effectiveness in reducing business and security risks; conducting cost benefit analysis relating to business risks; and supporting implementation of value-based security and protective programs that are consistent with industry security standards and company policies.
Provides recommendations and support to leadership in the development of strategic disaster response and recovery processes, global governance, and mitigation projects to reduce company losses and closure times by assisting in the development and implementation of procedures, forms, and global governance associated with hazard mitigation; ensuring compliance with applicable corporate policies and procedures, local, state, federal, and foreign laws and regulations, and regulatory agency directives; supporting collaborative working groups aimed at implementing mitigation measures; providing input on facility design to better prepare facilities for disaster resilience; and leading process improvement efforts to reduce store closure times.
Manages cross-functional security risk projects for the enterprise by supporting various security programs globally; making recommendations for security measures, approval processes, and risk assessments; influencing and training leadership on global security strategies; assessing and developing protection strategies for stores, clubs, distribution centers, corporate critical infrastructure, and international facilities to mitigate security risks; and ensuring program objectives are being met by identifying and developing relationships with internal and external stakeholders and collaborating with strategic partners.
Minimum Qualifications...Outlined below are the required minimum qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no minimum qualifications.
Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor’s degree in Human Resources, Risk Management, or related field and 3 years’ experience in security, emergency management, risk management, law enforcement, fire service, or related area OR 5 years’ experience in security, emergency management, risk management, law enforcement, fire service, or related area.
Preferred Qualifications...Outlined below are the optional preferred qualifications for this position. If none are listed, there are no preferred qualifications.
Emergency Management, Project Management, Supervising Associates
Masters: Business Administration