• Competitive
  • Raleigh, NC, USA
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Credit Suisse -
  • 23 Apr 19

Security Intelligence and Travel Security Specialist # 130466

We Offer
This position will have a key focus on security intelligence and travel security. The department also deals with global physical security issues, including, but not limited to intelligence assessments, security reviews, and networking with internal and external partners.

The Security Intelligence and Travel Security Specialist is responsible for monitoring open sources to detect possible vulnerabilities in regards to the physical security of Credit Suisse and its employees. The position responsibilities includes analysis of gathered intelligence as well as internal escalation during emergencies. The position is a member of the global emergency team and supports in emergency handling.

The role requires close collaboration with the department and function leads as well as with multiple internal groups within the Bank.

Core Functions
  • Maintain the Open Source Social Media Monitoring Program and report potential threats as necessary.
  • Support business travelers by advising on security issues and measures for all regions.
  • Collect, analyze and disseminate global security intelligence for country security assessments, site surveys, ad hoc reports, etc.
  • Provide support in developing and/or revising global security policies, procedures and processes.
  • Analysis of Country Security Ratings.
  • Assist with vendor management (contracts, login info/users/user training/uploading relevant material/reporting, etc., vendor review).
  • Liaise with both internal colleagues as well as private sector colleagues, law enforcement, government contacts and intelligence vendors.
  • Produce monthly and weekly security intelligence reports and contribute to the maintenance and development of Security Intranet pages.
  • Support in emergency response activities.

Credit Suisse maintains a Working Flexibility Policy, subject to the terms as set forth in the Credit Suisse United States Employment Handbook.

You Offer
  • Minimum of Bachelor's degree in International Relations, Security Studies, or related topic.
  • You have proven proficiency of intelligence activities and emergency management, to include the collection of open source information (specifically social media monitoring), analysis, and preparation of intelligence reports.
  • You have the ability to compile security assessments and intelligence reports (incl. methodology, analysis technique).
  • You have experienced knowledge in emergency handling and travel security services.
  • You have a consistent track record of producing collaborative relationships in a large organization and externally with peers and other security, government, law enforcement, intelligence and business organizations.
  • You have established understanding in international affairs (specifically pertaining to security).
  • You have broad network and ability to expand network effectively within the financial and corporate security industries, as well as with law enforcement agencies and government entities.
  • You are able to successfully prioritize simultaneous activities and meet demanding deadlines.
  • A solid drive with a self-confident hands-on approach to initiate change.
  • You have clear and concise communication competency. Written and spoken English fluency is a requirement with additional languages an advantage.
  • You are positive, calm and confident when dealing with stressful situations.
  • You are aware and sensitive of different cultures and business operating methods.
  • You are skilled in computer programs and business functions, to include intelligence and social media platforms.