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Business Continuity Coordinator

Location: UK, Glasgow
Agency: HRC Recruitment

Do you have a proven track record in managing and coordinating Business Continuity processes? Are you available to start work immediately and commit to a 12 month fixed term contract (FTC)? Do you have solid organizational skills, coupled with the ability to manage expectations? This could be the role for you.

This HRC Recruitment client is a global organization, based in Glasgow City Centre with an enviable modern office space. They are looking for a Business Continuity Coordinator to join the team on a 12 month FTC. Working closely with the Head of Policy & Compliance, you will be assisting the wider team with the review, submission and upkeep of the business continuity management.

Job role

  • Days will be very varied, so it will be challenging and busy
  • Review of all management / BC related documentation
  • Management of files, records and policies
  • Assess the impact on management systems from potential global projects
  • Maintaining the crisis management plan
  • Implementation of changes
  • Review of accuracy and completeness
  • Liaising with internal stakeholders to ensure all required documentation meets company standards
  • Coordinating policy statements, procedure upda5tes and new legislative changes
  • Supporting and reporting to the Senior Management Team
  • Preparing MI for the Senior Management Team
  • Leading audit procedures as required.

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