US Senior Business Security Manager
Corporate Security (CS) is a Global Function within the company that provides strategic advice and assurance to the Business regarding all aspects of security. The USA hosts the most significant proportion of materiality including the Renewables and Energy Solutions, Upstream, Chemicals and Products, Pipelines, Projects & Technology, Trading & Supply, Mobility and Aviation businesses, and related projects. The USA is a strategically important country for ?s Powering Progress strategy and operations.
The Renewables and Energy Solutions business grows at pace with biofuels, electric vehicle charging, wind, solar, hydrogen, and its Energy business providing clean fuels B2B and to customers. Sites are often impacted by regulations and government oversight for federal security initiatives such as the North American Electric Reliability Corporation (NERC) standards, the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA), the Chemical Facility Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS), and the Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (CTPAT) initiative.
All business and external events require direct security planning and support. The USA is a medium security threat country with salient security risks of an active shooter, workplace violence, and information theft remaining in focus; regular adverse climatic conditions (hurricanes, fires) can also cause unique security conditions requiring close support to crisis management teams.
The US Senior Security Business Manager is therefore influential by supporting and advising a wide range of internal stakeholders for all security matters from security awareness briefings to special events security requirements, risk assessments, and security plans.
This requires an ability to develop internal and external stakeholder networks at local, state, and federal levels.
The US Senior Business Security Manager will also take a lead role in the development and use of emerging security technologies in the USA in close liaison to the CS Strategy and Assurance team and acting as an ambassador for the Deployment of Enterprise Security Solutions (DESS). The incumbent needs to be an analytical thinker, possess a good understanding of business models and commercial propositions, and will play a vital role being integral to the successful onboarding of new energy company acquisitions into and will engage and influence at senior business levels.
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