Business Continuity Officer


We are looking to hire a qualified Business Continuity officer to join our dynamic team:

Core responsibilities include but not limited to:

· Manage and oversee IT projects to improve organizational resilience.

· Coordinate in Business Impact Analyses and Assessments.

· Contribute in design and development of pragmatic BCP structures.

· Support business units in drafting BCPs and then exercising them.

· Report gaps and issues in recovery processes and oversee the maintenance schedule.

· Develop training material and carry out training sessions

· Coordinate in Technology Resilience projects

· Manage the Crisis Management Centre technology and equipment.

· Manage the Business Continuity Management software

· Building best of breed Business Continuity Management Program

· Development and improvement of BCM Policy and Procedures

· Simplification of Business Impact Analysis (BIA) and Business Continuity Plan (BCP) structures

· Supporting entities, including pilot entities, develop customized BCPs

· Designing and delivering exercise sessions

· Maintaining and enhancing the corporate BCM software

· Enhancing BCM preparedness of the supply chain

· Reflecting BCM requirements in the IT Disaster Recovery and Service Continuity Plan.

· Preparing short- and long-term roadmaps

· Reporting updates to the Audit Committee

Candidate must have completed a Bachelor’s degree in Business Administration or equivalent field with a Min. of 6 Yrs of experience in BCM, Risk Management, Organizational Resilience, Disaster Recovery, Crisis Management.

A strong Background in the Banking Industry is preferred

Recruiting Local candidates only (Doha)

Salary Range 15000 – 20000 QAR

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