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Company is seeking a senior intelligence analyst on the Global Corporate Security, Security Operations and Analysis Command Center (SOACC) Intelligence & Analysis team responsible for conducting analysis on the convergence of risks across multiple lines of business, regional and subject-matter issues (Geopolitical, Economic, Political Instability, Civil Unrest, Terrorism, Crime, etc.) as well as providing analytic guidance and mentorship to junior analysts and assisting management with time sensitive requests and ad-hoc projects and initiatives.
Collects, researches, and analyzes, risk, intelligence-related data and information derived from a variety of sources - to include input from various lines of business - to identify and evaluate patterns and trends indicative of potential risks to Company and assist Global Corporate Security leadership in threat/risk mitigation. Works closely with other analyst teams to drive the development of analytical products, verbal and written briefings, and communications that outline a well-rounded overview of a particular risk, event, trend, development. Responsible for identifying emerging risks, trends, events, developments common across various regions or convergence risks and leads the appropriate analytical reporting efforts, to ensure awareness across the bank.
Develop partnerships with other risk functions and lines of business (LOBs) across the enterprise, to identify opportunities for collaboration or convergence risks/indicators
Work with management and key stakeholders to identify key priority risks/events/trends of interest/concern and develops a working understanding of the identified priority items/risks
Identify information gaps in terms of the team’s understanding of the priority items/risks and recommend ways to amend information gaps
Anticipate new, emerging risks through horizontal scanning; track leading indicators, complete scenario analysis
Fuse complex and disparate information to identify the convergence of risks or threats
Conduct predictive analysis on possible future events and potential impacts to decisions during an event
Researches, compiles, analyzes, and disseminates risk intelligence and information
Research and draft content for convergence analysis and deep-dive assessment products
Assist supervisor with special projects and ad-hoc requests, as directed
Supports analytical and regional security team during times of emergencies and other events
Serve as liaison to outside sources and entities to proactively receive and/or improve data streams
Understand the complexities of Company operations and be able to communicate effectively across multiple LOBs
Will serve in a rotating 'on-call' capacity to support real-time events
Must have Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience
At least five years of intelligence or risk experience; private sector experience is preferred
Able to develop and maintain partnerships with internal/external entities for information sharing and event management.
Must have proven track record in intelligence/fusion analysis field, such as previous experience with a federal, state, local, or private sector intelligence or law enforcement entity; demonstrated familiarity with the intelligence cycle (collection, analysis, and dissemination).
Demonstrated experience with analytical tools and processes (ArcGIS, PowerPoint, Excel macros, pivot tables, V-lookups, linking tables); experience in research methods related to the social science discipline (quantitative, qualitative, and evaluation research).
Superior research skills, including ability to quickly research and provide analysis on complex and unfamiliar topics.
Superior writing skills with knowledge and understanding of intelligence analysis writing style (clear, effective, and brief)
Strong interpersonal and communication skills (written and verbal); proven ability to interact with and effectively support a wide range of consumers, up to and including senior leaders; excellent briefing skills and ability to synthesize large volumes of data quickly for multiple customer sets.
Proven ability to work independently with little to no direction; ability to juggle multiple tasks simultaneously, to assess and meet deadlines, and to collaborate with analysts based in other regions to produce value-added intelligence analysis; ability to balance direction from supervisors in multiple locations.
Creative thinker, capable of spotting and forecasting emerging trends, risks, and tactics
Proven business acumen and ability to leverage databases to input data and extract trends from them; expertise in using mapping software to portray security/risk/intelligence trends.
Proven ability to operate efficiently and effectively in a high pressure time sensitive environment.
Shift:1st shift (United States of America)
Hours Per Week: 40
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