Employer: FHI 360
Location: Juba, South Sudan
Working closely with the Security Director; the position holder will support security management in the South Sudan office and will be responsible for the threat, vulnerability, and risk assessments, security analysis, security networking, and security management.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Develop appropriate relationships that will foster the establishment of a security-risk related information-gathering network.
Develop a set of policies and procedures that include minimum security guidelines, security protocols, and safety guidelines.
Work closely with the COP and security contacts to ensure adherence to the security standards, which will be monitored and reviewed regularly and updated as necessary.
Provide ongoing advice and guidance in relation to such things as establishing curfews where needed.
S/he will liaise with subcontracted security companies to ensure smooth and timely provision of guard forces, personal security details, etc. as required.
Conduct a baseline threat, risk, and vulnerability assessment for FHI 360 South Sudan programs and/or update as necessary.
Work with the Director to develop and update the Safety and Security Contingency Plan (SSCP) which will include evacuation plans.
Ensure adequate dissemination and training on the SSCP to FHI 360 South Sudan staff, visiting staff, consultants, and partners.
Conduct office and residential security surveys and recommend physical security measures for FHI 360 owned and managed property.
Coordinate emergency preparedness training including evacuation, first aid, and firefighting training to both international and national staff.
Hold security meetings to provide an avenue for staff to voice security-related concerns.
Record and report immediately, all significant threats to staff and security and all security and safety incidents to the national, zonal, and state offices.
Perform other relevant duties as assigned.
Knowledge, Skills & Attributes:
Demonstrated ability to work on complex activities simultaneously.
Ability to supervise, maintain confidentiality, and use sound judgment on sensitive matters.
Ability to develop effective work plans and priorities in order to meet business objectives.
Demonstrated expertise in building an effective relationship with key stakeholders.
Good report writing and documentation skills
Ability to identify and resolve problems in a timely manner.
Ability to manage tight deadlines and deliver high volumes of work with minimal or no supervision.
Ability to travel on a regular basis (up to 30%).
Qualifications and Requirements:
BS/BA in International relations/affairs, International politics, Political science, Risk and prevention, and another job-related field with 7 to 9 years’ experience in risk and security management or another closely related area.
Or MS/MA in International relations/affairs, International politics, Political science, Risk and prevention, and other job-related fields with 5 to 7 years’ experience in risk and security management or other closely related areas.