Jan 31, 2016

Corporate Security Manager

Recruiter: Mackinnon Bruce International
Location:  Singapore

Reference Code: MBDD-CSM -5534
Salary: Competitive Salary + Accommodation + Transport + Bonus + Family Status

Job Description:

Mackinnon Bruce is working closely with one of the leading EPC Contractors in the world today. It is a company which is focused supplier of engineering, procurement and construction services to its customers in the world's oil and gas and has experienced phenomenal growth in the last 20 years to become a household name.

HQ Security Manager Job Purpose:
Ensures the security of employees, capital assets, and proprietary information of the organization by providing strategic direction, tactical management, emergency planning, and disaster recovery strategies in an International EPC environment. This is a role that
encompasses security management in high risk countries with credible external threats and in places where little if any threat other than standard loss prevention is needed. He/she is required to ensure the security of equipment, information, and personnel the company from fraud, physical assault, industrial espionage, terrorism, robbery, and kidnapping among other threats. He/she will plan, direct and monitor the implementation of security systems for protection of industrial and commercial organizations. This professional is also responsible for hiring, training and supervising new employees who would be a part of the security department.He/she will make recommendations for project hire security personnel. He/she is the primary POC for all security issues.

Secures the organization and its people by maintaining an intelligence network; designing and implementing policies and strategies of organization security (including internal investigations); safeguarding executives, Board of Directors, and their immediate families from random or premeditated threats; preventing workplace violence; implementing and securing technological protection systems, proprietary information protection; providing crisis management; maintaining environmental health and safety.

Determines executive protection equirements by gathering and reviewing pre-planning travel intelligence information; issuing travel advisories; modifying travel itineraries; making travel security arrangements, including guards, secure accommodations, and security-equipped transportation.
Develops new security programs by strategically reviewing existing security programs; conducting comprehensive studies of present and anticipated threats; evaluating, analyzing, and continuously reviewing collection activity results on potential threats against the organization.
Provides protection of organization assets, capital assets, and proprietary assets by providing consulting support; building consensus on the appropriateness and timeliness of physical and electronic monitoring improvements or enhancements; developing and implementing changes.
Provides crisis management team and disaster management team leadership by providing state-of- the art expertise; collecting, analyzing, and summarizing intelligence data and trends; developing cutting-edge strategies.
Maintains protection systems by developing and refining philosophy and design standards relating to protection systems (burglar, fire, and duress alarms and video coverage); re-defining procedures (international and domestic travel, kidnap, ransom, event security); examining organization security emergency response systems; reviewing building design (construction, modifications, walls, fences, and landscape); making recommendations for physical plant security improvements.
Provides information by reviewing, developing, and continually refining security operation's operational manuals and procedures; briefing executives and managers on security-related issues.
Secures information systems by dealing with electronic threats and vulnerabilities, privacy issues, physical security, and operations continuity; applying security forensic technologies; monitoring network and systems management processes; maintaining security platforms with certification authority, and state-of-the-art security management products, tools, and offerings.
Updates job knowledge by maintaining "expert" status in the security industry; applying state-of-the art security measures; participating in educational opportunities; reading professional publications; maintaining personal networks; being sought as an authority to contribute to the security industry body of knowledge; participating in professional organizations.
Enhances organization security reputation by accepting ownership for accomplishing new and different requests; exploring opportunities to add value to job accomplishments; keeping the organization and its people out of harm's way.
Represents the company through networking with other companies Security personnel, government and police representatives and military personnel as need be. Will function as the primary POC for all security related issues.
Client Relationships, Intruder Detection, Information Security Policies, Building Relationships, Verbal Communication, Informing Others, Functional and Technical Skills, Integrity and Trust, Attention to Detail, Reporting Skills, Scheduling, Management Proficiency, Surveillance Skills, Analyzing Information , Informing Others, Staffing, Coordination, Tracking Budget Expenses, Handles Pressure, Reporting Skills, Scheduling, Dealing with Complexity.

Experience: at least 20 years of security management experience
Former Police or Military Police experience preferred ( will suffice for 5 years of experience) Knowledge of applicable security related laws, standards, codes and regulations. . Executive Level Protection certified
PPO (Personal Protection Officer) or similar Close Personal Protection training
Evasive Driving training
Firearms qualified
Experience at one of the leading EPC Contractors: Fluor, Jacobs, Foster Wheeler, Technip, KBR, Bechtel etc.

Language Skills: - Fluent English is necessary. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, procedure manuals and government legislation. Ability to write detailed reports, investigations and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

Mathematical Ability:
Must be able to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret graphs.

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