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Business Continuity Analyst Trainee

Location: UK, London
Company: Societe General

The Business Continuity Management team supports the business in the delivery of their Business Continuity Plans.

BCM sets up and maintains effective business continuity and crisis management solutions; and proposes and formalises the overall resilience strategy.

Job role

  • Establish and maintain the Business Continuity framework for GBIS by co-ordinating and supporting departments and entities in the delivery of the business continuity programme
  • Provide administrative support of the mass alert notification system
  • Contribute to oversight of critical service providers’ business continuity planning
  • Contribute to clients’ due diligence process regarding SG’s business continuity programme
  • Develop and maintain the crisis management framework and arrangements
  • Seek opportunities to improve, enhance or innovate the BCM framework and response
  • Horizon scanning for existing, new or emerging threats and amending, updating or developing plans accordingly
  • Proactively mitigate potential risks, ensuring that they act within the best interest of the Company and its clients
  • Engage and work in collaboration with colleagues to reach a common goal to find solutions, ensuring adherence to SG policies and procedures

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