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Business Continuity Manager

Location: UK, Edinburgh 
Company: The University of Edinburgh

The purpose of this job is to provide leadership of the University’s Business Continuity Management programme within the overall risk management framework, and be responsible for its on-going development and coordination to support the University and its constituent Colleges, Support Groups and subsidiary companies in achieving their business continuity goals.

Job role

  • Develop the business continuity management strategy and framework to support the University’s strategic risk management goals. 10%
  • Integrate business continuity framework with the University’s Major Incident Response Plan. 10%
  • Working with business partners, ensure that business continuity risks are properly identified, understood and managed across different levels of the University. 30%
  • Ensure that business continuity plans at all levels are up to date and regularly reviewed by Senior Leaders and the Risk Management Committee. 30%
  • Liaise with relevant staff across the organisation to prepare reports in relation to business continuity management for internal and external auditors seeking assurance that business continuity management procedures are adequate and fit for purpose. 10%
  • Develop and deliver training / briefing sessions regarding the importance of the University’s approach to business continuity management. 10%

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Closing date: 22nd June

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