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£40,032 - £45,288 (plus contributory pension).
Reporting to the Director of Programmes, you will be MAG’s organisational lead on security management, providing quality security information, training, policy and standards guidance, and consistent support that enables the management of travel, deployment and programme delivery in accordance with MAG’s duty of care obligations and in line with their Security Policy and Standard Operating Procedures. You will be responsible for monitoring and supporting global security compliance, assisting country programmes to meet the Security Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and revising or establishing security protocols for staff and visitors. This is an excellent opportunity for an experienced individual to take a leading role in security management for a global organisation, working in some of the most challenging environments in the world.
You will have previous experience in a lead security role within an international NGO or similar sector. You will be able to use your experience to support colleagues and facilitate their engagement and compliance with policies and procedures, assist the learning of others and support training initiatives. You will also need the ability to work successfully on cross organisational initiatives, in liaison with colleagues across diverse disciplines and teams. You will therefore need excellent communication and reporting skills, and to be an efficient and pro-active self-starter with an ability to work independently and as part of a geographically diverse team, prioritising tasks, and delivering against deadlines with good project management skills including the ability to think strategically.
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