You will coordinate and provide personal protection, premise and (movable) property security, to support the management of the EIB Group’s corporate security services and enable the organisation to carry out its core business. Operating Network:
In this role you will report to the Head of Corporate Security Unit.
You will have regular contact with colleagues in other directorates as well as external contacts with relevant public authorities in Luxembourg but also counterparts within public authorities of the EU member states, other international organisations and finally external service providers.
This role requires availability beyond the regular office hours; at night, on weekends and/or bank holidays even over a longer period, in particular in the event of incidents or crises.
This role includes frequent travel. You may have to carry out on-call services on a regular basis.
Coordinate and support personal protection operators during missions inside and outside the EU
Provide personal protection and other security services in Luxembourg and while travelling abroad
Contribute to the development, planning, delivery running and, if needed, adaptation of the corporate security services with a focus on but not limited to personal protection activities for EIB agents
Take immediate and appropriate response to all corporate security related incidents and/or crises
Contribute to the conduction of risk assessments, protection alerts, clearances and situation reports as well as special service plans
Participate in monitoring, briefing, inspection and, if needed, correction of vendor service activities to ensure that corporate security services are delivered inline with applicable law, organisational regulations and agreed service levels
Participate in the measurement of the delivery of services and products by means of performance indicators including KPI
Contribute to the development of corporate security policy, procedures, processes and other organisational regulations and ensure that these are complete, accurate and kept up to date
University degree (minimum an equivalent to a Bachelor) preferably in a field related to protection including corporate security, risk management, or equivalent
Minimum 3 years of relevant professional experience involving protection in the public (police and/or military) and/or private sector and/or international organizations
Demonstrable knowledge of corporate security concepts
Experience in the field of diplomatic close/personal protection in governmental organisations or an international organisation is an advantage
Additional certifications in risk analysis, personal protection, physical security and/or security training instructor would be considered as an advantage
Excellent knowledge of English and/or French (**), with a good command of the other. Knowledge of other EU languages would be an advantage.