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Embedded Senior Intelligence Analyst DescriptionSibylline Ltd is looking for a professional and insightful Embedded Senior Intelligence Analyst to join our team in an embedded role within a client's security team. Reporting to our EMEA HQ, the candidate will represent the firm’s analysis to the client as part of a tight-knit team. Analysts detect, analyse, and advise on adverse conditions that could affect the safety, security and operational continuity of our clients. These conditions include but are not limited to: political instability and unrest, crime, terrorism, governance risks and an awareness of cyber threats. The role has a global nature, requiring a broad understanding of intelligence in world affairs, but candidates with Asia-Pacific expertise and experience will be preferred. LocationLondon (remote) DepartmentEmbedded
Operator, Global Security Operations Center (GSOC) DescriptionWe are looking to hire a Security Operations Center (SOC) Operator to join our team. This is a hands-on position working in a state-of-the-art purpose-built GSOC. This SOC Operator role reports directly to a GSOC supervisor. This position will be responsible for monitoring physical security functions, detecting and assessing threats, reporting on incidents while determining their impact to our business operations, employees, and facilities. The SOC Operator will use a variety of tools such as global access control and alarm monitoring systems, integrated video monitoring systems, enhanced visitor management systems, and in-house applications used to detect threats and incidents that may impact the company. These situations can include political instability, crime, terrorism, extreme weather or technical failures. Successful candidates should be able to think quickly, multi-task, problem solve, prioritize and coordinate responses in a fast-paced work environment. They should also be able to write accurate and concise reports for team members and department supervisors LocationArizona, USA DepartmentEmbedded
Junior Case Manager DescriptionSibylline is looking for a Russian-speaking Case Manager to join the growing CI team. Applicants should have experience working as a Case Manager, and no less than 2 years of experience working in a consultancy on corporate investigations, such as due diligence, asset tracing and litigation support. The person will: be responsible for undertaking and managing complex integrity due diligence investigations with the support of a Senior Case Manager; understand client requirements and draft competitive and insightful proposals; be able to develop and manage human source networks; knowledge of open-source databases e.g. Factiva, Lexis Nexis, Orbis BVD, Videris, civil litigation checks, criminal records, and property and corporate databases; have excellent written English and be able to present complex ideas clearly and concisely, as well as having a clear eye for detail; have confidence in presenting ideas and thoughts orally and engaging with clients; be able to manage multiple deadlines and deliver high-quality work to a deadline. Other languages and regional expertise are a bonus. LocationLondon, UK DepartmentCorporate Investigation Branch
Global Security Analyst DescriptionSibylline is recruiting for a position to be embedded with a global technology client in London (although works from home for now). The position would suit those with an interest or experience in threat monitoring and geopolitical analysis, ideally with operational experience in the security environment. The role will involve shift work, generally 3 days on, with 3 days off. As a newly created function, the position offers scope for positive career development. GSAs identify, analyze, and advise on adverse conditions and threats that could affect the safety, security, and operational continuity of the client. These conditions include but are not limited to political instability and unrest, crime, terrorism, governance risks, and an awareness of cyber threats. The role is global in terms of coverage, requiring a broad understanding of dynamics in world affairs. LocationLondon, UK DepartmentEmbedded