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Business Continuity Management Officer

Location: Canada, AB, Edmonton
Organization: Alberta Health Services, Edmonton Zone

The Zone BCMO position will serve as a central point for BCM activities; coordination, development, implementation, maintenance, and evaluation to further support BCM Policy and BCM Framework objectives, in alignment with AHS values, mission, vision, policies, and BCM Program objectives.

Applicants with knowledge/experience within clinical operations are welcomed to apply – this experience is desired and would add value when engaging with AHS departments and sites.

The Zone BCMO position is recognized as knowledgeable and confident in the fields of BCM and Emergency Management planning, preparedness and response.

While working independently and in a team environment, the Zone BCMO provides operational leadership, mentorship, and specialized BCM Subject Matter Expertise to AHS Support Structure and Interested Parties – ensuring goals and objectives of the BCM Policy and BCM Program are understood, supported, and all BCM planning activities follow a consistent approach. Leads and facilitates Zone departments and sites through BCM Engagement and Sustainment activities, following the BCM Methodology and Process Flow; supports activities that build BCM awareness, development and maintenance of Departmental Business Continuity Plans and Site Recovery Plans; finally, keeps knowledge and practical experience up-to-date in a fast-growing industry.

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