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Security Manager HND / BA / BSc Job

2024-06-05 08:41   Security / Safety   Lagos   35 views
Job Details

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES:

Responsible for implementing, maintaining and optimizing the country/operation Security Risk Management program within the Country.
Responsible for the Security of Maersk employee’s, assets and operations through strong knowledge of the Security Risk Management Methodology and expertise in implementing Physical Security, Supply Chain Security (incl. Loss Prevention) and employee Duty of Care
Responsible for responding to, reporting and investigation of security incidents involving Maersk employees, assets (including facilities and cargo) and operations
Manage Maersk employee travel risks and Journey Management Programme in country (country team/visitors)
Member of the core Country Senior Management Team, advising Managing Director and colleagues on all Security Risks Management aspects.
Acts as Country level Crisis Management Coordinator to Country Crisis Management Team
Manages day-to-day supervisory activities for all internal and outsourced security staff. Conduct security related training of staff and maintain associated records
Responsible for monitoring both routine and emergency staff communication channels and systems

WHO WE ARE LOOKING FOR:

Minimum 5 - 8 years of security experience, either in the public or private sector & at least 3 years at Management level
Must have in-depth knowledge of security procedures for journey management residential security, facilities, IT, CCTV and perimeter security
Must have a full understanding of preventative security measures, baseline security and Security Management Planning
Requires full understanding of local safety laws and regulations
Requires an understanding of international standards of safe work practices for the industry
Must have extensive knowledge in investigative procedures and report-writing
Requires excellent organizational skills, including planning, directing, and monitoring activities
Requires good problem-solving skills, with an ability to define the problem, examine solutions, and select the best solution, and this must be done at times immediately under stress
Requires ability to remain calm, but able to direct others, in times of emergency
Requires certification in first aid and CPR
Will and drive to excel together with others
Alignment with our values
An international mind-set and inclusive behaviour
An excellent command of spoken and written English

Company Description
APM Terminals is an international container terminal operating company headquartered in The Hague, Netherlands. It is one of the world's largest port and terminal operators as well as providing cargo support and container Inland Services, and is the largest port and terminal operating company in ter... read morems of overall geographic scope operating a Global Terminal Network with interests in 63 operating port and terminal facilities in 39 countries on five continents, with seven new port projects in development, as well as over 160 Inland Services operations providing container transportation, management, maintenance and repair in 48 countries. APM Terminals was named "International Terminal Operator of the Year" at the Containerisation International Awards in October 2013 for the second consecutive year. APM Terminals was also named the winner of the Lloyd's List Asia Awards 2013 "Port Operator Award". In 2012 APM Terminals was also named winner of the "Port Operator of the Year" Award at the Lloyd's List 2012 Global Awards.
2013 Results The APM Terminals Global Terminal Network handled 36.3 million TEUs in 2013, (weighted by equity share) representing a 3% growth over 2012's container throughput.[5] APM Terminals earned a profit of USD $770 million on revenue of USD $4.33 billion during the year, with a return on invested capital (ROIC) of 13.5%. Operational cash flow for 2013 was USD $923 million, compared with USD $910 million the year prior.
Portfolio developments in 2013 included the formal signing of an agreement between APM Terminals and Turkish-based Petkim to develop and operate a new deep-water port facility near Izmir, on the western Anatolian Coast. APM Terminals Izmir will be one of Turkey’s largest container and general cargo terminals, and will be able to accommodate vessels of over 10,000 TEU capacity. It is scheduled to open by mid-2015.
APM Terminals, along with consortium partners Bolloré Africa Logistics and French-based Bouygues Construction, was also named winner of the concession for a second container terminal at the Port of Abidjan, in the Ivory Coast. The Public-Private Partnership terminal project will be able to accommodate vessels of up to 8,000 TEU capacity, greatly expanding the role of the port as a regional hub for West Africa.
Global Ports Investments PLC (in which APM Terminals holds a co-controlling 30.75% share) completed the acquisition of NCC Group Limited, Russia's second-largest terminal operating company, and Brasil Terminal Portuário, in which APM terminals holds a 50% interest, was officially inaugurated at the Port of Santos, South America's busiest container port.