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Manager, Site Risks and Data Security

Company : Safran Landing Systems Job field : Trade compliance and risks Location : Ontario , Ontario , Canada Contract type : Permanent Contract duration : Full-time Required degree : Bachelor's Degree Required experience : More than 5 years Professional status : Professional, Engineer & Manager

Job Description

The Manager, Site Risks and Data Security is responsible to outline, execute and manage the security and compliance requirements of Safran Landing Systems Canada's intangible goods (i.e., technical data, personal data, proprietary information, business sensitive information, etc.). The role ensures that the requirements for access to, storage, dissemination, classification, handling, and disposal of such intangible goods are compliant with various regulations, customer requirements, and Safran policies, and supports activities and projects focused on the safeguarding of Safran Landing Systems Canada's data. Additionally, this position acts as the Risk Representative of the site and has the delegation of the Risk Manager for the local execution of all tasks associated with Risk Management.
Risk Management
• Establish and update a training plan under the coordination of the Risk Manager and the appropriate functions (Training coordinator, Managers) within the entity (in Enterprise Risk management, Crisis management and Documentary risk).
• Establish and update the site risk cartography (and the risk register combined).
• Host, minimum on a semester basis, the Site Risk Committee.
• Ensure methodological support to the operational functions located in the site.
• Suggest areas for improvement of risk management to the Risk Manager and implement areas for validated improvement.
• Support the BCP approach (Business Continuity Plan), as site BCP Coordinator
• The Risk Representative of the entity ensures, among relevant stakeholders, the implementation of crisis lessons learnt.
• Participate in the implementation of the procedure ‘Litigation Procedure (Legal) Hold Group' among relevant stakeholders.
• Participates to audits of insurance consultants, and ensures the inclusion of their recommendations in the site risks cartography.
• Bring any support requested by the Corporate Insurance Manager.
Data Security
• Translate requirements under the ITAR, EAR, Canadian Controlled Goods, DFARS, Safran's internal policies, CMMC and Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) into practical work solutions to ensure data is secure and the organization is compliant.
• Train, support and guide employees in the process of identification and classification of data that is controlled under the International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR), the Export Administration Regulations (EAR), the Canadian Defense Production Act as well as data that is considered Controlled Unclassified Information (CUI) in accordance with NIST requirements.
• Work closely with IT / IS / Cybersecurity and other stakeholders to find concrete solutions for the implementation of compliance and security requirements related to digital transformation.
• As the subject matter expert and focal point, provide guidance and training to employees across the organization on how to identify, classify, and protect data.

Complementary Description

• Responsible for the submittal of license applications, or other authorizations, to export technical data and CUI. Meet mandatory reporting requirements. Determine the appropriate use of license exemptions and exceptions, where applicable.
• Responsible for the vetting of Safran Landing Systems Canada's supply-chain to ensure that data transmitted is only to authorized suppliers.
• Create, implement and maintain Technology Control Plans (TCP) for a variety of programs.
• Ensure that data record keeping requirements under various regulations are followed and perform internal audits to identify gaps and improvement opportunities.
• Support and lead audits performed by various government agencies, and lead the implementation and resolution of improvements and potential non-compliances.
• Be a part of the Safran Landing Systems international network of Security and Compliance professionals.
• Provide cross-site support to other Safran Landing Systems entities, as required.
• Perform internal audits to ensure that departments are adhering to data security and compliance requirements.
• Oversee the development, implementation and deployment of policies, procedures and practices related to data security and compliance.

Job Requirements

Skills & Core Competencies: Rigorous attention to details and strongly displays Proactive Safran Integrity Program (PSIP behaviour). Ability to maintain a calm composure and remain level headed during times of extreme stress (e.g. a crisis). Ability to develop strong working relationships quickly acting as a team player. Strong organizational, planning, project management, strategic influencing, Microsoft office and communication skills.

Education &/or Certifications: University degree in business or other related field preferred. A college degree in a trade compliance related field combined with applicable work experience will also be considered.

Work Experience: A minimum of 5 years relevant work experience, preferably in the Aerospace or similar industry. Military program experience a plus.

Specialized Knowledge: Become a Designated Official under the Controlled Goods Program. Must be Canadian citizen or Canadian permanent resident, and pass and maintain relevant security clearances.

Communication Skills
Internal: Ability to communicate effectively with and to report to senior and executive management
External: Government agencies etc.

What's my next step?
Feeling hesitant to apply because you do not meet all of the job requirements? Don't be! Safran Landing Systems is committed to creating an inclusive, diverse and equitable team and encourages all applicants to apply.
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Eligibility requirements:
All applicants must meet the following requirements: Minimum age of 18 years. Must pass the Canadian Controlled Goods Regulations (CGR), U.S. International Traffic in Arms Regulations (ITAR) and Canadian government security clearances and applicable contractual obligations.

Diversity, Inclusion and Accommodations
We welcome applications from individuals regardless of race, colour, ancestry, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, age, citizenship, marital status, disability, gender identity or Veteran status. SafranLS is committed to a positive, supportive, and inclusive environment with continual learning opportunities and a focus on well-being in the workplace. SafranLS offers accommodations for people with disabilities in all aspects of the hiring process and will work with applicants to meet accommodation needs that are made known to SafranLS in advance.

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