Location Type: Hybrid
Travel: 0%
Visa Requirement:
US Citizenship / Permanent Resident
Recruiter: Steven Delvalle
Email: sdelvalle@requesttechnology.com

Overview

Business Continuity Analyst
Salary: open + bonus
Location: Chicago, IL or Austin, TX
Hybrid: 3 days in-office, 2 days remote
*We are unable to provide sponsorship for this role*

Qualifications
•Bachelor’s degree
•2 years practical experience in Business Continuity regarding the development of plans, procedures, strategies, risk assessments, business impact analysis, audit reviews, and exercise facilitation.
•Experience in Business Resumption Planning, Crisis Management Planning, Incident Response Planning, Disaster Recovery Planning, Plan Exercising/Testing, Conducting BIAs.
•Experience in performing BC audits or in managing and coordinating the response to a major, unplanned disruptive event that required activation of the BC/DR/Incident or Crisis Management Plans. Proficient with Microsoft Office Suite or related software.
•Administrator level skill with Emergency Notification Systems and similar planning applications.
•Hands-on experience implementing business continuity management software is a plus.

Responsibilities
•Supports the management and delivery of the program that addresses business recovery and emergency response management.
•Maintain the planning, governance, implementation, maintenance, and execution of Business Continuity components.
•Work with critical process leaders to ensure that policies, plans, procedures, and strategies effectively provide the recovery framework for restoration of critical processes that meet or exceed business demand.
•Coordinate the development and maintenance of comprehensive Business Impact Analyses (BIA), Risk Assessments, Change Management, and Audit Management program components.
•Provide input and integrate policies, guidelines, and controls to govern program effectiveness and alignment with industry best practices.

Tagged as: audit, business continuity, business impact analysis, crisis management, disaster recovery, risk