Current destinations of MSC vessels require country and port analysis to mitigate any risk to the vessel, guests and crew. New destinations will need to be assessed at an early stage in cooperation with the Port Operations Itinerary Committee as the Fleet expands.
The position of the Senior Security Intelligence analyst is responsible for the collection, production and dissemination of the sensitive information relevant to the Safety and Security of people, Fleet and operations.
- High-level English language, written and spoken;
- Experience of geo-political analysis within a government or military environment;
- Minimum 5 years of proven analytical experience and intelligence in the maritime sector;
- Knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, executive orders, agency rules, and the democratic political process, Public Safety and Security;
- Knowledge of relevant equipment, policies, procedures, and strategies to promote effective local, state, or national security operations for the protection of people, data, property, and institutions;
- Knowledge of computer software, advanced proficiency in the utilization of personal computers within a windows environment including e-mail. Microsoft world, and excel;
- Expertise in the use of advanced analytics techniques to develop tailored intelligence analysis and report. Expertise in statistics, and their applications;
- Expertise in conducting risk assessment and in incident management;
- Expertise in all-source research; resourcefulness, versatility, synthesis and integration of intelligence from multiple sources in reporting and correspondence.
- Ability to present analytical findings and recommendations to Senior management.
The reliability of this position is imperative as it represents a key role to raise awareness concerning the Safety and Security risks of the Company operations.
Builds up intelligence, identifying trends which could affect the fleet;
- Collates intelligence, evaluating reliability and credibility of data;
- Develops relationships with governmental agencies;
- Crafts relevant data for dissemination to the fleet and MSC Group;
- Analyses incidents to identify trends, defines actions, and produces statistics;
Develops new and existing contacts to expand worldwide intelligence;
- Participates in counter-terrorism, intelligence community, law enforcement or industry working groups, Committees and others as applicable.VISA REQUIREMENTS (if any)
- Able to travel without any restrictions to establish local network for the working scope;
- Eligibility to work in the UK.
Part of the MSC Group, MSC Cruises is the market leader in the Mediterranean, South Africa and South America, and sails year-round in the Mediterranean and the Caribbean. Its seasonal itineraries cover northern Europe, the Atlantic Ocean, South America, southern Africa, and the Persian/Arabian Gulf. MSC Cruises was born in the Mediterranean, and draws inspiration from this heritage to create a unique experience for holidaymakers worldwide. As a result of a euro 6.5 billions investment programme launched in 2003, MSC Cruises’ fleet comprises 13 state-of-the-art cruise ships belonging to four different classes: Lirica, Musica, Fantasia and Meraviglia. The fleet’s average age is 7 years, the youngest in the industry. In 2014, MSC Cruises launched a euro 9 billion, 10 year investment plan to support the second phase of its growth through the order of up to 11 next generation mega cruise ships. As a result, MSC Cruises’ fleet will double by 2026, while the passenger capacity will triple to reach five million passengers per year. MSC Cruises is the first cruise company to develop an investment plan of this length and magnitude. MSC Cruises feels a deep responsibility for the environments in which it operates, and was the first company ever to earn the Bureau Veritas “7 Golden Pearls” for superior management and environmental stewardship. In 2009, MSC Cruises began an enduring partnership with UNICEF to support various programmes assisting children worldwide.