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Business Continuity and Major Incidents Manager

Location: UK, Oxford
Organization: University of Oxford

The Business Continuity, Major Incident and Organisational Resilience Manager is the University’s professional lead on all aspects of business continuity and major incident management/response, ensuring that appropriate arrangement are further refined integrated, embedded, continuously improved and operating effectively and efficiently across the University.

This key role focuses on further developing, delivering and embedding a programme of work to achieve organizational resilience. A key dimension of the role is the ability to provide advice, guidance and support to colleagues across the University (e.g. Divisions, departments, professional services). The post holder will need influence and persuade colleagues to deliver an ambitious agenda across a large and complex organisation where responsibility and accountability for business continuity are often devolved to a significant degree.

This role will be instrumental in developing and delivering the new University operational resilience strategy and business continuity programme. All areas of the University require a business continuity plan which this role will help the University to deliver. In addition, a structured approach to incident management is required and this new role will assist with developing the new framework, which will become a standard across the University.

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