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JOB PURPOSE/ROLE This role can be based in London, Madrid, Milan, Rotterdam or Antwerp. The Business Continuity Management (BCM) Analyst acts as the BCM representative in support of the global BCM program through the oversight and administration of the BCM life cycle. The BCM Analyst will need to work both independently and with the global team to assess and identify the potential risks that may hinder the reputation, safety, security and financial prosperity of the organization. Once these risks have been identified, assessed and evaluated, the BCM Analyst is then tasked with implementing processes and procedures to ensure local AGCS office locations are fully prepared to deal with any potential business continuity (BC) threat. The BCM Analyst is inspired by the mantra, “prevention is better than cure.” The BCM Analyst should be highly analytical and have the ability to build relationships across each function and line of business to assure the preparedness and readiness of the organization regarding BC. The BCM Analyst will assist with the implementation of the BCM Program by arranging and facilitating meetings, testing exercises, and BCM learning sessions, as directed by the team lead. During a business continuity incident, the BCM Analyst will assist the Team Lead and will act as backup to the local incident response coordinators, when unavailable, and will support and be a partner to the incident response team and be available throughout the life of a business continuity incident. During any business interruption the BCM Analyst will keep the Team Lead and key contacts informed on developments, action items, and next steps. The BCM Analyst will document and escalate event action items as described in the Business Continuity Plan (BCP) and log business continuity events. The BCM analyst will take a risk based approach to address gaps and will act as a liaison with the critical business areas to understand their processes and interdependencies at each location to better support and manage the BCM life cycle. KEY RESPONSIBILITIES Administers regional BCM activities in support of the global program and executive directives. Assists to design and implement local Business Continuity Plans and assists with addressing recovery efforts when an incident or crisis occurs. Ensures that personnel are familiar with the business continuity plans and their responsibilities. Documents and analyzes gaps to improve the BCM life cycle. Coordinates meetings and correspondence. Data capture and meeting minutes. Facilitates data entry into the central repository system. Reviews and updates critical applications, key resources, Recovery Point Objectives/Recovery Time Objectives, financial impact, and other BC key information. Maintains, produces, extracts reports, and distributes as needed for approval. Provides testing and facilitation and Incident and Crisis Support. Executes/facilitates BCM Incident Response Teams on-boarding and BCP exercises (schedules and agendas included). Distributes meeting material, Lessons Learned, and meeting minutes. Provides Incident and Crisis Support to Local Incident Response team and Core Crisis Management Team. Captures/helps address incident and Crisis Management exceptions. Helps with the development and maintenance of BCM Key Performance and Key Risk Indicators. Consolidates and uploads incident reports. Prepares monthly achievement/activity reports. Reviews and analyzes local office data (i.e., LoBs, personnel, key staff, critical systems, etc.) to improve KPIs/KRIs. Facilitate on-boarding sessions with local staff (e.g., BCM focus topics/overview of program). Prepares and rolls-out awareness campaigns (e.g., BCM global card, BC Awareness Week, etc.) Maintains and updates BCM standard operating procedures. Assists with publications on the intranet. Translates and supports the introduction of new processes and systems as well as the continuous improvement in effectiveness and efficiency of all current processes and systems. Supports special projects (eg. Global Training Module, Crisis Management Program, and Employee Health & Safety). KEY REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS/EXPERIENCE University degree in Business, Finance/Economics or analytical background, or equivalent combination of education and experience (Master’s degree preferred). BCI Certified or ability to obtain BCI certification within first 90 days. Solid
Sobre la empresa
Allianz is a German multinational financial services company headquartered in Munich. Its core businesses are insurance and asset management. As of 2014, it is the world's largest insurance company, the largest financial services group and the largest company according to a composite measure by Forbes magazine, as well as the largest financial services company when measured by 2013 revenue.
Its Allianz Global Investors division ranks as a top-five global active investment manager, having €1,933 billion of assets under management (AuM), of which €1,408 billion are third-party assets (as of 2015-03-31), with specialized asset managers including PIMCO (bonds), RCM (equities) and Degi (real estate).