Country Security Manager
Myanmar Japan Tobacco Co., Ltd
Main areas of responsibility:Provide timely advice based on analysis/assessment of security risk / threat and impact to enable well informed business decisions to protect the supply chain and reduce risks to the storage and transport of finished goods, semi-finished goods, NTMs, leaf and machinery in the supply chain within both the Market and GSC/Manufacturing.Develop and execute security plans and business-aligned security measures and procedures to meet Market and GSC/Manufacturing business objectives ensuring compliance with JTI and Corporate Security standards via successful audit track record.Implement necessary security counter-measures, based on existing Corporate Security policy and physical security guidelines and industry best practices and J-SOX annual audit recommendations. Carry out IM and non IM security audits and self-certifications as required by the Regional Corporate Security Director.As directed by the Regional Corporate Security Director, manage all aspects of personnel, asset and supply chain security across both Market and GSC/Manufacturing including, but not limited to: traveler security, event security, security support to IA/STA, Executive Protection, factory security, depot and warehouse security, transportation security, incident management and investigations.Manage all aspects of assets and supply chain security for both Market) and GSC/Manufacturing, including: supervise the contracted guard force; destruction of finished goods and NTM'S; access control systems, alarm systems, CCTV camera installations, and other security systems, processes and procedures, transport security and field sales force security.As directed by the Myanmar General Manager and Regional Corporate Security Director, participate in the preparation of Crisis Management plans, and crisis management awareness and training in support of the local Security Risk management Committee. Plan and conduct security and supply chain investigations and reviews of security breaches as directed by the General Manager, factory Operations Director and Regional Corporate Security Director.Lead the preparation and maintenance of the Country Crisis Management Plan, and factory Emergency Response Plan, in accordance with the JTI Crisis Management Plan Template and Crisis Management Procedures. Plan and conduct Crisis Management Team and Emergency Response Team training. Lead Crisis response efforts as Security Adviser to the Crisis Management team. Plan and conduct security investigations and reviews of security breaches as directed by the Regional Corporate Security Director, or as requested by General Manager, Operations Director or local Compliance Manager.Maintain effective trusted network relations with LEA, appropriate authorities and security and emergency services and professionals from other companies. Manage all third party security suppliers across both Market and GSC/Manufacturing, monitor the effectiveness of contracted services and review service scopes and SLAs.Assist the Regional Corporate Security Director with the protection of executives (including expatriates who have additional exposures), employees, customers, stakeholders & visitors.Utilizing SIMP, carry out, continually review and maintain currency of risk assessments to employees, assets and the business, and risk mitigation measures. Plan and implement a security awareness/training program across both market and GSC/Manufacturing.Position requirements: Education : University Degree preferred.Work Experience : At least 5 years’ experience with a major military, law enforcement, or intelligence organisation, or private sector corporate security organisation. At least two years’ experience in oversight of or leading a guard force or similar team.Language & Computer Skills : Fluency in English and the local language (if different) is essential.Functional Skills : Sound MS Office skills, strong knowledge of physical security, access control and CCTV systems. : Good investigation and interview skills. Prepare, conduct and report interviews. : Able to establish the initial facts of security incidents, record and escalate them accurately to local EXCOM and Corporate Security. : Understand the implications of the facts as reported and is able to formulate a comprehensive report with appropriate findings and recommendations and action plan to senior management. : Knowledge of security issues of Information and Cyber Security and ability to manage security records in accordance with Records Management Policy. : Good negotiating and influencing skills, good written and verbal communication skills..