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Intelligence ManagerApply Now Apply Later Job ID 522090BR Location Singapore, Central Singapore Community Development Council, Singapore Business The Walt Disney Company (Corporate) Brand The Walt Disney Company (Corporate) Date posted Jan. 28, 2018
The ideal candidate must be able to work and complete assignments independently, think critically, write objectively and have a proven track record of producing consise, honest, business relevant and influential intelligence products presented effectively with full confidence in the assessments provided or recommendations put forward to senior decision makers. A key measure of success is in the ability to provide interpretation of the data and provide the ‘what this means to the business’ reporting
The IM must be willing to respond 24/7 to support requirements ranging from escalation in threats to site locations, traveling ABC News reporters headed into war zones and high-risk locations; and risk assessments for theatrical, film and television productions. The IM must rapidly learn the regional risk environment and understand threats to staff and travellers working and travelling across cities subject to geopolitical, national and extremist disruptions.
Be required to independently prepare strategic assessments for Senior Executives (and below) to contextually understand the full range of risks associated with business development, growth and acquisition decisions.
The IM must be capable of working independently but also within a team environment with defined, yet highly flexible, requirements often dictated by changing customer needs. As a result, the ideal candidate for this position must be prepared to respond independently to immediate requirements and remain flexible to continuously evolving business segment intelligence requirements.
Reporting – Produces intelligence assessments, updates and rapidly developing situations from both open and closed sources. Manages information updates and insights from a network of his/her professional contacts for international, national, and local intelligence that may affect the security of TWDC interests. IM will be a Subject Matter Expert on issues such as regional security, threat Intelligence, social media, or international affairs.
Analysis – Anticipates threats and scenarios, analyses information, and produces ‘consumer appropriate’ written and verbal assessments, oral briefings and warning forecasts for Disney Regional Security management, Country Heads and the APAC Executive. Remains constantly abreast of threat developments regionally, on a daily basis, and uses that knowledge to proactively identify areas of concern and risk to TWDC. Recommends forward thinking – time-sensitive strategies - to mitigate potential security risks and developing threats across the region before they become breaking news in the media – giving executives advanced warning to facilitate proactive, not reactive decisions.
Writing and Presentation – Ability to think critically and experienced in oral and written communications, presentation skills and the ability to brief intelligence support assessments to senior decision makers and interact with TWDC executives in the absence of Director or Senior Manager.
Partnering – Building strategic partnerships and trusted relationships within the Walt Disney Company, Foreign government entities, and the corporate business sector that significantly add value to completion the overall intelligence mission and products that deliver timely, relevant and effective intelligence to our supported Business Segments.
You are accountable for:-
Analysis – Understanding the Issues and the Customer - Responsible for regular written, and oral briefings and presentations for partners and stakeholders up to the senior executive level.
Information Management – Leveraging Technology - Responsible for planning, implementing, maintaining and improving the technological and information management systems employed in support of key security partners and Business Segment consumers.
Writing and Presentations – Communicating Effectively and Thinking Creatively - Responsible for independently assessing, predicting, and proactively identifying threats and risks to the Company, its employees, guests, travelers, and facilities.
Partnering – Building Strategic Partnerships - Identify, develop, manage and productively utilize external networks of intelligence relationships to enhance the Global Intelligence mission and access to critical intelligence insights.
- Ideally you must have at least a minimum of 7 years relevant experience with a postgraduate degree in a related subject
- Proven track record of intelligence threat analyst experience in the government, law enforcement, military, or private sector. E.g. The subject matter expertise in one or more of the core Intelligence Collection Disciplines; regional geographic specialization; transnational threats; corporate intelligence; Social Media monitoring. Specialized government training or skills in open source (OSINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Counterintelligence (CI), Transnational Organized Crime, Social Media intelligence; Advanced HUMINT/CI collection training are highly sort after
- Ability to work independently, think critically, and experience in oral and written communications presentation skills and the ability to brief intelligence support assessments to senior decision makers and interact with TWDC executives in the absence of Director. Therefore someone with experience of working in large matrix organizations where persuading and influencing decisions across multiple stakeholders is key to success for this role
- Experience as a member of a team of intelligence analysts focused on the development of in-depth business relevant intelligence assessments, threat trend analysis, and analyzing the specific threats posed by criminal organizations; non-state threat actors; extremists; transnational threats; and competitive intelligence targeting.
- Demonstrated success or recognition in risk analysis of actively countering existing and future threats, emerging technology and Social Media threats.
- Critical thinking applied to all intelligence activities with superb oral and written communications presentation skills with experience briefing intelligence support assessments to senior decision makers; ability to fully and authoritatively represent TWDC to internal senior executives, external partners, and government law enforcement/intelligence agencies without presence of Director or other executive leaders;
- A strong service focus with the need to listen and understand the essential requirements of different client groups
- A flexible approach to variable working hours/travel requirements is essential
- Fluent written, oral and spoken English is a must.
- Conversational knowledge of at least one other regional language will be advantageous
At Disney, having a diverse workforce is critical to our business. We welcome a variety of opinions, ideas and perspectives to ensure we continue to top our own performance and represent our global marketplace. When our people reflect the communities we serve, it enhances the way we connect to our guests, audiences and consumers. Together, we work toward an inclusive environment that fosters creativity, innovation and camaraderie across all of our companies.
About The Walt Disney Company (Corporate):
At Disney Corporate you can see how the businesses behind the Company’s powerful brands come together to create the most innovative, far-reaching and admired entertainment company in the world. As a member of a corporate team, you’ll work with world-class leaders driving the strategies that keep The Walt Disney Company at the leading edge of entertainment. See and be seen by other innovative thinkers as you enable the greatest storytellers in the world to create memories for millions of families around the globe.
About The Walt Disney Company:
The Walt Disney Company, together with its subsidiaries and affiliates, is a leading diversified international family entertainment and media enterprise with the following business segments: media networks, parks and resorts, studio entertainment, consumer products and interactive media. From humble beginnings as a cartoon studio in the 1920s to its preeminent name in the entertainment industry today, Disney proudly continues its legacy of creating world-class stories and experiences for every member of the family. Disney’s stories, characters and experiences reach consumers and guests from every corner of the globe. With operations in more than 40 countries, our employees and cast members work together to create entertainment experiences that are both universally and locally cherished.
This position is with The Walt Disney Company, which is part of a business segment we call The Walt Disney Company (Corporate).