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Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning Analyst

Location: US, Remote, Illinois
Company: Claire's

The BCP Analyst provide technical planning and implementation of Disaster Recovery and Business Continuity Planning (DR/BCP) strategies, and coordination of DR/BCP events.

  • Organize meetings that include vendors, and/or internal teams to construct and maintain detailed and comprehensive documentation and plans for BCP/DR exercises and events
  • Plan, managed and coordinate testing activities.
  • Create and implemented Disaster Recovery standard templates
  • Defines, tests and matures the Disaster Recovery capabilities
  • Lead all aspects of activities to ensure all Disaster Recovery procedures and plans are tested, detailed and supervised and provide rapid response and recovery to system events
  • Leads all aspects of DR tests/exercises to identify gaps and ensure continuous improvement
  • Work closely with Risk Management to help develop risk analysis for all Platform services to resolve vulnerable points in the system and establish strategies for risk mitigation
  • Participate in testing that ensures compliance to the Resiliency Operations standard and all supporting processes
  • Maintain status reports and meet regularly with business and technology owners to ensure non-compliant products and systems are remediated on a timely basis
  • Keep the disaster recovery teams on track with pre-determined expectations and goals.

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