Business Continuity Program Manager
- Published: Wednesday, 11 September 2019 08:00
Location: US, CA, Redwood City
Company: Genomic Health
The Business Continuity Program Manager is responsible for establishing, maintaining and managing the Genomic Health Business Continuity Program (BCP), related systems, processes and procedures for the purpose of identifying, quantifying and minimizing potential business interruptions and risks that could impact the normal operations of the business. The BCP Manger will develop and implement business interruption recovery strategies that strengthen the Company's resiliency while reducing business interruption duration and cost of returning the business to normal operations following an interruption. The BCP Manager will coordinate and work closely with all areas of the business to understand and document normal processes, operational risks and detailed recovery plans to minimize any potential business interruption of normal operations. Working with business process owners, the BCP Manager will conduct individual Business Impact Analysis (BIA) surveys from which risks are assessed and quantified by probability and potential impact, including cost of the interruption to the business. Following the BIA, the BCP Manager will work with subject matter experts to develop detailed plans to minimize business interruption risks and to develop recovery plans should such an interruption occur.
The BCP Program Manager will have a background in developing and implementing related policies, procedures and programs which help to ensure that the Company at all times is aware of and remains prepared to respond to a business interruption event, including major disasters. The qualified candidate will possess proficiency in related program development, organization and administration of business continuity programs. The BCP Manager will routinely communicate with a broad and diverse audience while working closely with internal clients to coordinate the BCP. The Manager will possess an excellent working knowledge of applicable Local, State and Federal protocols typically followed by supporting agencies. The Manager will serve as Chair of the Business Continuity Team and will participate on the Emergency Response (ERT) and Disaster Recovery (DR) Teams responsible for acting as first responders to potential business interruptions.