This role is to supervise the implementation and management of Security Operations of the company. It involves preparation and implemention of security plans for high risks activities, undertaking investigations, maintaining corporate standards, conducting audits, and ensuring that all SMI staff and security contractors promote best security practices across all areas of the operations and its premises.
Also, this role is responsible for the organization of a robust intelligence collection, assessment, and secured dissemination of information to counter or avert potential threats.
Key responsibilities:
1. Team Leadership - Manage response strategies, to ensure that SMI Security Standards, Policies and Procedures are cascaded and properly applied by staff and contractors.
• Provide appropriate guidance and resources to ensure delivery and implementation of security standards within the agreed timelines.
• Establish robust response strategies to ensure security contractor compliance to contractual obligations, local regulations, and company standards.
• Ensure all department/teams providing info on potential threats, brief the community on proposed operational activities, to include 100% reporting of all security-related observations and incidents. Ensure all departments/teams comply to the Security Policies and Procedures (Travel Clearance Policy, Roadblocks, Access and Identification Procedure, and all other security standards/procedure in place.
2. Reports Compliance – Regular and timely submission of required reports to include implementation and monitoring of milestones and KPIs.
• Maintain a detailed Training Register of Incident Reports and regular reports prescribed in the KPI.
• Timely updating and reporting of the Section’s KPI and Milestones Reports.
• Incident Investigation Report is completed and submitted on time and corrective action items are closed-out on time.
• Conduct regular inspections to check implemented plans and programs.
Key requirements:
• Any bachelor’s degree graduate in PMA / PNPA, master’s degree in security, business, public administration, external relations, or social sciences is a big advantage.
• At least ten (10) years private security experience in a senior management role in corporate setting.
• Experience working with mining communities and indigenous peoples is an advantage.
• Extensive exposure to field security operations, intel and research works.
• Preferably with experience in the police service as intelligence research analyst.
• Experience in research and analysis in management role with focus on security analysis of threat, secessionist, criminal, militant and anti-mining groups; personnel, physical and data security.
• Proficient in preparing both strategic and operational intelligence reports.
• With knowledge in conducting threat assessment.
• Good understanding on security contractors management processes.
• Familiar with the security, cultural, and socio-political landscape affecting mining or related industry.
• Proficient in security analysis, problem resolution, conflict negotiation, and management of diverse stakeholder issues impacting on security planning and operations.
• Demonstrated competencies in planning, organization, and coordination.
• Above average written and oral communication skills - fluent in both English and Filipino; preferably able to converse in Visayan or other local dialects
• High level of awareness on health, safety, environment, and stakeholder engagement practices and standards
• Proficient in MS Office applications
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Sagittarius Mines Incorporated