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Business Continuity Specialist

Location: UK, London
Company: WorldRemit

WorldRemit is looking for a talented Business Continuity Manager with a focus on strengthening an existing BCM programme, building disaster recovery policies, and strategising how the company adapts and regulates its programme as it continues to grow as a business. The right person will thrive whilst working within a fast-paced environment, has experience managing business continuity programmes, and has the ability to build relationships with wider teams to work collaboratively on BCM documentation.

Job role

  • Maintain and improve full spectrum to business continuity framework documentation and processes
  • Recognise and produce a framework for continuous improvement within the BCM framework
  • Support the ongoing improvement of resilience framework including policies, procedure and strategy
  • Manage the technology risk register, maintaining and managing controls on existing risks and identifying new risks
  • Run regular meetings with stakeholders across business continuity, operational resilience workstreams, disaster recovery, and risk
  • Produce and manage a global testing schedule including e2e disaster recovery tests
  • Contribute inputs to various ad hoc regulatory workstreams and special project as the BC/DR SME.

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