Director - Corporate Security EMEA and APAC(

Employer:Bristol Myers Squibb
Location: Uxbridge

Bristol Myers Squibb has a vacancy for a Director Corporate Security Director EMEA and Asia Pacific to be based at our offices in Uxbridge.

Role Objective:
Provide security risk mitigation guidance and assistance to business partners for the protection of corporate assets including facilities, personnel, proprietary information, financial information and products. Supports the business in Crisis Management and travel security. Protect patient safety through due diligence and risk assessments of entities in the global supply chain, as well as through investigations of counterfeit medicines and illicit pharmaceutical materials.

Key responsibilities:
Provide leadership, guidance and direction to Corporate Security Managers located in EMEA and ASIA Pac on a myriad of sensitive Security matters.

Establish and maintain robust business relationships with GMs and business leaders in EMEA and Asia Pac to ensure complete understanding of business processes to enable the delivery of viable security responses to reduce risk.
Through participation in professional organizations and pharmaceutical security networks maintain knowledge of complex industry trends and emerging security risks. Provide management briefings on security risks that could impact company business.
Due Diligence: Working with Compliance and Ethics, Global Procurement and Global Logistics, conduct review of third party vendors/partners operating within the supply chain to protect BMS reputation, reduce risk and verify integrity of the entity.
Investigations: Oversee product counterfeiting investigations for the EMEA and Asia Pac. Conduct investigations with the utmost discretion, judgment and professionalism, including investigations of significant threats and/or the loss or misappropriation of assets including Intellectual Product and Property Loss, Cyber Crime, Theft, etc.
Physical Security: Remains current on the latest technical advances in security-related equipment to assure that Company physical security infrastructure is effective and up to date. Conduct Asset Protection Surveys.
Miscellaneous: Respond to security related problems, make of independent judgments and decisions on diverse matters ranging from violations of security procedures to serious emergencies involving law enforcement or medical authorities, twenty four hours a day, seven days a week.
Establish and maintain effective personal liaison with the Pharmaceutical Security Institute, key law enforcement agencies at local, state and federal levels and in industry to promote optimal degree of cooperation in matters of mutual interest.
Develop/Support/Lead/Product Security Integrity initiatives to include anti-counterfeiting, illegal diversion and anti-tampering/sabotage programs.
Develop and lead multidisciplinary, cross-functional Product Security Team which manages all product security matters.
Monitor emerging threats to supply chain security as well as related country/region specific regulations. Develop, implement and monitor appropriate security programs.
Work with internal/external suppliers to develop, implement and monitor supply chain security programs across global manufacturing and distribution operations.
Plan and direct supply chain security reviews/audits and risk assessments and make recommendations to improve the protection of supply chain assets.
Lead global anti-counterfeiting initiatives ensuring measures technologically sound. Consult with key stakeholders, both public and internal, to communicate product security initiatives.
Provide support to external entities (i.e. FDA, EMA, FBI, Interpol, Customs, etc.) as part of ongoing investigations related to supply chain security incidents (theft, counterfeit, etc.).
Develop and implement supply chain security related policies and SOP’s. Support the development of harmonized policies, SOP’s, work practices, etc. within global commercial supply chain.


Qualifications and requirements:
Bachelor degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, security or loss prevention. Other degree types will be considered if security management capability is demonstrated.
Significant experience working in a relevant security related role where security management and program development are primary focus. Experience in the Pharmaceutical industry is a plus.
Ability to analyze and interpret technical materials, procedures, or governmental guidelines.
Strong technical writing capability. The incumbent can write reports, business correspondence and procedures.
Ability to understand and maintain a high level of confidentiality.
Strong knowledge of counterfeiting operations in Asia and Europe.
Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate to diverse audiences at multiple levels within the company using written, oral and multimedia modalities.
Experience with program/product/process implementation.
Working knowledge of common business software and communication applications like Microsoft Office.
Self-motivated and begin projects and work tasks without supervision or direction.

Travel required: 30% of time

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