Operational Security Manager - Asia Pacific
As a Director within the team, you will work to ensure delivery of the operational security objectives and requirements, and ensure adherence to related standards, protocols and processes. You will be required to establish internal and external networks with Macquarie stakeholders, law enforcement, peers and service providers in the AsiaPac region.
Your successful execution of this role will require collaboration with Technology, Human Resources, Legal and our internal Risk Management Group, as well as business leaders. In addition, you will be required to provide assurance oversight for the effective implementation of WO11 requirements for AsiaPac.
You will be a forward-thinking, proactive leader, committed to affording Macquarie people and operations a secure, resilient working environment that is necessary for the successful conduct of our business globally. Concurrently, there will also be a focus on ownership of operational security for the AsiaPac region.
You will be responsible for regularly liaising with law enforcement and external agencies, conducting physical security audits and inspections on corporate offices of assets and be recognised as our subject matter expert on Crisis management leadership. You will assist in the development of security related training material and development plans for security and fraud awareness as well as other specialised training areas. International experience, leadership, innovative thinking and an inquisitive mind are key attributes.
In this role, you'll need to demonstrate leadership and management on all operational security related issues and incidents throughout the AsiaPac region, whilst also demonstrating the ability to collaborate with stakeholders on implementation of security standards and policy, including WO11.
We are looking for someone who is motivated and a reliable self-starter with a drive for high quality results. You are execution focused, positive and professional with at least 20 years' experience in security management, with either a law enforcement, military or intelligence agency background. You have excellent communication and personal leadership skills and
strategic and tactical knowledge of cyber risk management as well as a baseline knowledge of AI. Lastly, you'll need international experience and an innovative way of thinking.You will act as a champion of our Corporate Operations Group culture, strategy and vision.
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The Corporate Operations Group (COG) brings together specialist support services including workplace, human resources, market operations and technology. COG's purpose is to drive operational excellence through business-aligned services with a focus on quality, cost and risk. COG comprises the following divisions: Business Improvement and Strategy, Business Services, Human Resources, Market Operations, and Technology.
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25 Jun 2019 AUS Eastern Standard Time Applications close:
26 Jul 2019 AUS Eastern Standard Time