Johnson & Johnson Careers
Global Security China Manager
Requisition ID: 1805659741W
Protect people, places, and assets from current and future risks that could potentially affect Johnson & Johnson Global and Regional Operations. Supervises and directs the company regional security interests in handling major security issues such as bomb threats, labor disputes, criminal and ethical violations, workplace violence situations, kidnappings and crisis management situations.
Develop and Implement an enterprise security strategy that protects people, places, and assets. Collaborate with internal and external resources including law enforcement agencies. Undertake threat and response assessments, providing threat and vulnerability assessments to business units; maintain ongoing security projects flow and assessment of events in the region.
Identify and implement innovative, appropriate, and risk based technology solutions. Identify and evaluate emerging technology that improves the efficiency and effectiveness of security. Undertake the Regional Security Operation Center to provides professional expertise in its area of responsibility investigating major/complex security breaches often resulting in substantial losses or significant business or political impact for the enterprise. This includes monitoring performance of contract or private investigative agencies.
Improve the security culture across the enterprise through actionable intelligence dissemination, awareness, guidance, and training programs to mitigate risk. Establish subject matter expertise through credentialing. Provides assistance to emergency management preparedness and coordinates this effort with units and facilities.
Provide exceptional and efficient security services in response to security incidents or threats to support business growth. Develops and oversees regional personal protection assignments and services for special events such as Board of Director's Meetings, executive protection, product shows, visiting dignitaries, as well as other major events. Provides assistance to emergency management preparedness and coordinates this effort with units and facilities.
Identify opportunities for self and staff development through training, mentoring or engagement of outside resources. Provides regional oversight and strategic direction to enterprise contract security providers as well as company units to ensure the proper safety/security of physical assets, proprietary information, employees and visitors.
Select, train and manage security consultants as required, to include drafting, recommending consultants, negotiating contracts, providing leadership and guidance to consultants once retained. Coordinate training for law enforcement and regulatory officials; provide briefings to government officials as directed by Global Security and Regional Director, coordinating and collaborating with other internal and external stakeholders as required.
Develop, maintain and ensure sound liaison with regional law enforcement and regulatory agencies as well as officials in the region, working with in-country/regions management to enhance those relationships as required. Maintains close liaison with law enforcement agencies and criminal justice prosecutors, and other government agencies.
Comply with all Global Security directives, whether written or oral, issued by the Vice President or his designee; with all Global Security policies, procedures and guidelines; and with all Global Security reporting requirements.
Prepare memoranda, written reports, security assessment, position papers and other communications as requested. Align with other directorates within Global Security, both regional and functional, coordinating efforts as required. Provide support and advice to Site Security Officers with regarding to the development and implementation of security policies and programs
Establish relationships with business leaders to identify security needs and develop plans of action to meet those needs; inform business leaders of the formulation and implementation of security policies, goals & objectives and best practices as required..
Other tasks as assigned by the Vice President and Regional Director, or their respective designees.
B.A. or equivalent required; professional certifications preferred. Degree in a security discipline or equivalent experience.
Minimum 8 years experience in business or government or law enforcement agencies. Law enforcement especially in the investigations and/or management areas, private security, or specialized military training. Intra-company security related experience helpful.
Must have or be able to quickly establish positive relationships with government officials in the region, particularly in the countries and regions within scope of responsibility. Knowledge about security systems and related security technical.
Strong written and verbal communication skills, including ability to communicate complex issues clearly and concisely; ability to prepare and deliver high level presentations and briefings, for both internal and external stakeholders.
Strong organizational, analytical and problem-solving skills; ability to gather and critically evaluate information and prepare written documents that clearly and concisely identify the issues presented and their proposed resolutions.
Strategic thinker with a firm understanding of the balance between business and security.
Able to work on and prioritize multiple tasks; must be able to work well under pressure, both internal and external and exercise sound judgment.
Basic computer skills, including familiarity with Internet, email, word processing and database programs.
Ability to speak, read and write Mandarin Chinese, good written and oral command of English
J&J (China) Investments Ltd (7046)