Global Security’s vision is to provide world-leading expertise to enable ExxonMobil to manage security risks and conduct business safely and securely. Global Security Intelligence Advisors work within a global team to proactively identify and assess current or emerging security threats that may impact ExxonMobil personnel, operations and facilities.
The Global Security Intelligence Advisor collects, analyzes and disseminates timely intelligence information critical to our business’s understanding of the dynamic security environments around the world.
We are seeking an international security and intelligence professional with knowledge and experience of Europe, Russia and Central Asia regions to join the Global Security Intelligence team.
We offer an excellent remuneration and benefits package, which includes a competitive salary, defined benefit pension scheme, share incentive plan and private health care for employees and their families.
The closing date for this role is Friday 19th July 2019.
Job Role Responsibilities
The key responsibilities include:
Providing support to key business initiatives by developing and disseminating threat-related intelligence analysis
Preparing security threat assessments, security consideration summaries, and strategic intelligence communications
Conducting regular country threat assessments, ExxonMobil facility threat assessments, ad hoc threat assessments and security updates as required
Establishing and maintaining liaison networks with national, state, and local governments and law enforcement agencies, as well as with business, academia, and other sources, in order to ensure the timely flow of intelligence and threat information that may impact the security of personnel and operations
Establishing and maintaining liaison with security intelligence counterparts in the energy industry
Representing ExxonMobil in energy and security industry forums
Developing strategies and plans for the implementation of new or updated security intelligence practices, processes, or requirements
Assisting in risk mitigation efforts and the implementation of security risk assessments and surveys
Participating in emergency response groups and deployments as appropriate
Providing threat analysis in support of the planning and execution of security programmes for selected company events and executive protection assignments
Expected Level of Proficiency
Essential Job Requirements:
Undergraduate degree in an area of study relevant to the position, for example international security
Deep knowledge of European, Russian and Central Asian security and international affairs issues
Substantial analytic and critical thinking skills, with relevant experience working in the intelligence analysis field within an intelligence, diplomatic, military, law enforcement organization or in an intelligence analysis-related private sector job
Candidates should also have demonstrated work experience and / or knowledge of:
Providing intelligence analysis and briefings, in both oral and written form, to senior decision-makers
A wide range of Open Source intelligence methods and techniques
Strong IT skills, specifically being an experienced and competent user of Microsoft Office
Excellent written skills; ability to draft succinct, impactful intelligence assessments, often under time pressure
Strong oral presentation skills, with experience briefing small and large audiences and senior management
Ability to work independently in a global virtual team structure
A “can-do” attitude and flexibility to respond to time-sensitive requirements or security developments
Willingness and ability to travel, sometimes at short notice
Conditions of Employment
Successful candidates will be made a conditional offer of employment. The conditions include, but are not limited to: a satisfactory criminal records disclosure; satisfactory employment references over five years (where applicable); verification of qualifications, including any professional accreditation stated in the application; completion of a pre-employment medical, including a test for illicit or unprescribed drugs in accordance with the Company's safety policies; and the legal right to work on the agreed commencement date.
Equal Employment Opportunity Policy
ExxonMobil and its United Kingdom subsidiary companies, Esso Petroleum Company, Limited, and ExxonMobil Chemical Limited, are equal opportunity employers and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment. All applicants are offered equal opportunity to demonstrate their abilities during our recruitment processes, therefore, please contact the Recruitment Team if you wish to discuss any particular requirements to enable you to complete our recruitment process.