Sorry, this advert is now closed. Click here to view our live vacancies.

Business Continuity Analyst - Anywhere in the UK

Business Continuity
Ref: 141 Date Posted: Monday 14 Nov 2022
Company:           Financial Services
Location:            Hybrid Croydon, Wakefield or Bournemouth 
Reports to          IT Disaster Recovery Manager
Salary:                 £50,000
 
The Role
 
We’re recruiting for a Business Continuity Analyst to join our IT department and provide day-to-day support to the IT Disaster Recovery Manager, ensuring appropriate plans & preparations are in place to mitigate the effects of disruption to the operations of Team Technology.
 
Your role:
 
•             Create, develop, & maintain Business Continuity plans to cover key places, people, work & equipment across the Team Technology organisation;
•             Create & maintain Corporate BC Planning artefacts such as BIAs & Site BC Plans in co-ordination with local site Team Leaders
•             Create, arrange, manage & carry out physical testing of Team Technology BC Plans;
•             Create, manage & maintain “Key Personnel Risk” and “Staff Succession” planning processes in co-ordination with existing Team Technology resource planners.
•             Assist with training records management processes & maintain the subsequent SFIA records
•             Manage & administer the BC-related aspects of IT Department vendor contracts;
•             To update and maintain BC software and any centrally held records relating to BC data;
•             Creation of MI relating to Business Continuity and Disaster Recovery analysis;
•             Develop key relationships across the IT Team Leader community and build strong comms links internally to ensure effective BC & Incident management;
•             Escalation of identified gaps within the BC environment to the BC Manager;
•             To be aware of BC industry good practice guidelines and external factors that may impact BC deliveries;
 
Your Skills, Experience and Qualifications:
 
•             You’ll ideally be a member of the BCI
•             Experience in a similar role and an awareness of BC industry good practice guidelines
•             IT literate with a good working knowledge of Microsoft Office, particularly Word, Excel & PowerPoint is essential
•             Excellent interpersonal skills, including listening, verbal and written communication
•             You’ll have strong organisational skills and will be able to work well under pressure
•             Must be willing to travel across the UK and potentially internationally
•             Eligibility to work in the UK