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Business Continuity Officer

Location: Australia, Newcastle, Maitland & Hunter
Organization: The University of Newcastle

In collaboration with internal and external stakeholders, you will be responsible for managing the Universities business continuity priorities, and coordinating the response to incidents. As a self-starter, you will be responsible for proactively implementing critical incident training and processes across The University.

Job role

  • In consultation with key stakeholders, develop and implement The University’s business continuity framework. This includes governance, management practices and systems to support effective organisational resilience practices;
  • Engage internal and external stakeholders, across all UON campuses, to effectively test and manage plans for emergency, critical incident and business continuity processes;
  • Provide guidance to key stakeholders on the design and implementation of end-to-end communication, education and training strategies which encourage successful integration of organisational resilience principles into day-to-day work;
  • Maintain effective contacts with key external emergency support and other organisations to support the timely management of incidents or events;
  • Support the University’s Critical Incident Team and Critical Incident Director during the response to incidents; and
  • Management of post incident reviews, reporting and recovery.

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