Regional Security Officer
|Closing date||23 Oct 2020|
|Location||Democratic Republic of Congo( DRC)/Cameroon|
Opportunity Type: Employment
Greenpeace Africa is a growing movement of people acting in protection of the environment. Our campaigns use peaceful, creative confrontation to expose environmental injustices around the world and develop solutions for a green and peaceful future.
Overview of purpose of the role:
The Purpose of the Regional Security Officer is to ensure that all staff, volunteers, activists, colleagues and partners at Greenpeace Africa are safe and secure by promoting a Security Culture and providing advice, tools and up to date protocols and procedures along with specific and maintained documents.
The Regional Security Officer reports to the Security Manager and collaborates and coordinates with all our teams working in DRC and Cameroon and may be required to support other Greenpeace countries. The Regional Security Officer will carry out risk identification and assessment for activities, events, ship work, actions and investigations for specific projects, including duty of care to activists, coordinators, logisticians with budget control specific to security. The Regional Security Officer will ensure that the security management cycle is followed and each step implemented has the appropriate protocols, procedures and forms up to date and maintained for Campaign, Communication, Action and Investigations. The Regional Security Officer will advise on the process and procedure to follow in travel awareness, update on security situations across your regional hub which may affect operations, organisation, personally or information. The Regional Security Officer will ensure that security assessments and Standard Operating Procedures within Congo Basin are up to date, implemented and followed by facilitating discussions on risks, mitigation and grading for an overall security management plan per country. The Regional Security Officer will actively input into the unit strategy, creativity and tactical capabilities in order to achieve the objectives of Greenpeace Africa’s’ annual development plan and organisational strategy
KEY ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES Risk and Security
Tools and Policies
Risk and Security Training
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS, SKILLS AND EXPERIENCE
Please send a cover letter, CV and contact details of three professional references to the email address: email@example.com
Subject line: Regional Security Officer.
The deadline for receiving applications will be 23rd October 2020
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