Security Manager

Employer: Serco
Location: Hampshire

We are currently recruiting a Security Manager, to be a focal point within the Division in providing ‘on site’ specialist security advice, assurance and investigatory support across all contract locations ensuring contracts are managing security in accordance with corporate, contractual and regulatory requirements. This is a Home Based role, however the successful application will require an element of flexibility as the role involves travel to all sites across the UK.

Principal Duties:

On site delivery of timely, accurate and competent security advice across all areas of the Division and relevant business units.

To plan, manage and deliver a schedule of risk-based security “compliance/assurance” audits to ensure understanding and adherence by Division/business unit contracts with corporate, contractual and regulatory security requirements.

Support the continual improvement, development and implementation of security procedures, processes and awareness in order to embed a consistent security management system and quality across Divisional/business unit contracts that is aligned with corporate strategy.

Ensure security awareness and security best practices are understood and shared across Division/business units.

Provide the Head of Service Excellence with security-related reports, analysis and information.

Support the identification and delivery of security-related training and education required within Division/business units

Provide pragmatic and compliant security advice and guidance to ensure effective processes and control measures are in place to anticipate, understand, mitigate/reduce security risks, threats and vulnerabilities to Division/business unit contracts.

Support the development and implementation of security-related communications.

Provision of investigatory support in response to security related incidents within Division/business unit.

Qualifications, Skills and Experience:

Either recent (proven) experience within a Security Management role or holding / studying for appropriate professional qualification; (e.g.,CISM, or equivalent security management qualification).

Registration as a Certified Security Professional is desirable.

A sound appreciation of the risks and regulatory environments which exist across the Local & Regional Government sector.

Evidence of ‘hands on’ delivery of security advice.

Evidence of the ability to work with and advise contract and business unit level management.

If you have the skills and experience required to fulfil this role, please apply now and upload a copy of your CV.