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Business Continuity & Risk Analyst

Location: India, Trivandrum, Kerala
Company: EY

The Business Continuity & Risk Analyst is responsible for the administration of the creation, completion and management signoff of IT Business Continuity Management and more general risk documents using established policies and procedures. He/she will also work on the ongoing cycle of periodic refresh and signoff of existing documents ensuring compliance with established standards and policies.

Key responsibilities:

  • The post holder will be required to work to existing policies and procedures and to handle exceptions to those policies with the agreement of the team leader
  • The post holder will be required to use existing precedents and procedures as a guide when making decisions,(for example, on the criticality of a process or system based on similar examples in other geographic locations), but may be expected to review this with an appropriate member of the management team before final signoff
  • Strong understanding of key performance indicators relevant to the role
  • Demonstrated skills in efficiently implementing agreed roadmaps and managing a work stream
  • Able to work independently but with some supervision as required.

More details and apply.

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