14 апреля, 2017
Direct, coordinate and control the management of corporate security to guarantee the protection of all Bayer personnel, facilities and products in the country fulfilling both the requirements of local laws and according to the parameters provided by BAG-RC Corporate Security.
Current and up-to-date knowledge and implementation of valid local/regional laws, permits and official ordinances & regulations relevant to security.
Ensure effective security through development and implementation of plans, programs and guidelines to provide for the protection of the company's assets.
Applying internal regulations and guidelines, as well as key security processes and guidelines and procedures relating to security (e.g. Site Security, IT-Security, etc.) and ensuring that these are implemented and taken into account at the local level as far as possible (e.g. with respect to group policies, corporate compliance initiatives and local laws/regulations). This comprises both local/regional guidelines as well as guidelines from the Group and/or BAG-RC Corporate Security.
Evaluate financial transactions in terms of internal controls, compliance and loss prevention.
Planning, coordination, management and monitoring of local/regional security requirements with regards to site security, personnel security and cyber-crime; contribute to the preservation of the company's human and physical resources by evaluating practices, conducting audits and monitoring compliance with Group and Local Guidelines and Policies.
Act as primary local liaison to law enforcement and security related government agencies & security consultants based on Corporate Compliance Policy.
Provide security advice and assistance to Corporate Site Management through effective two-way communication. Maintain data collection and reporting systems for key security-related information.
Regular, timely and in-depth reporting to BAG-RC Corporate Security regarding country-specific and internal factors affecting the overall security situation; as well as main activities and actions performed.
Manage and coordinate local crisis management structures (core team, training, hand-books, readiness, Family Data Sheets, etc.) in close cooperation with Senior Bayer Representative, Top Management & Site Management; develop local crisis scenarios as required; local input into the worldwide Early Warning System (BayERS).
Ensure and maintain a functioning framework for travel security in the country/country group (in close cooperation with respective Travel Manager), including development of local travel policy, hotel security assessment, crisis communication (in compliance with Group Guidelines and Polices and local laws).
Ensure and maintain a functioning framework for cyber-crime related issues with IT, including development of a local policy to manage such events based on global guidelines.
Provide detailed evaluation of and advice/support concerning national events in regard to security aspects (event venue, possible security measures for participants, etc.); support BAG-RC Corporate Security re security advice/measures of high-level visitors (e.g. Bayer Board Members).
Provide constant, update information to local Bayer Management regarding the security situation in the country as well as specific security relevant rules of behavior.
Provide training programs in all areas of security to Corporate Site personnel to expand their knowledge and professionalism. This requires planning, developing and conducting training sessions, providing informational and educational materials and evaluating the performance; assist BAG-RC Corporate Security re global awareness campaigns (e.g. Know-How Protection).
Assist and/or conduct investigations which relate to compliance issues such as Anti-Counterfeiting investigations (contact to local authorities, gathering of evidence which can be used in court), internal investigations re loss of Know-How, cyber-crime, risk to employees, compliance incidents etc. These should be conducted in close cooperation with the corresponding function(s) such as HR, Legal Department, Internal Audit as well as with BAG-RC Corporate Security. All local investigations (fraud, extortion, conflict of interests, other criminal activities) need to be documented and reported to CFO and BAG-RC Corporate Security.
Perform and document security audits as required and/or mandated using the BAG-RC Corporate Security audit tools (Site Security, C-TPAT, Risk & Crisis Management, etc.) as a guiding basis in close cooperation with HSEQ and relevant SubGroups/BUs.
Be an active member of the world wide Security Community structure.
The post holder needs the ability and integrity to act as part of a team or as an individual tasked with managing the reputation of the company. This creates a challenging role where the LSM must have the strength of character to stand alone and practice the company values possibly under great pressure and in an adverse environment, maintaining the highest levels of personal integrity.
On other occasions they must be an influential team member when working on combined projects.