Business Continuance Staffing Agency
Tier2Tek staffing and recruitment company provides solutions for Business Continuance Staffing. A Business Continuance specialist analyzes and researches ways to keep a company running successfully even in difficult times. They are one of the most important employees especially for large companies to protect all areas of the company.
For Experienced Business Continuance Staffing
Tier2Tek staffing firm has had many years of experience staffing for Business Continuance Staffing. We will take the time to determine the business needs for your company and help find the best possible candidates for your company. In addition, we take the time to have the knowledge of your company and find the right fit for you within your timeframe to help your company. We look forward to helping your company with any Business Continuance staffing needs.
What Does a Business Continuance Specialist Do?
A Business Continuance Specialist typically holds responsibilities such as auditing strategies for business continuity, including how to manage in a crisis and how to recover after a disaster. One of their main jobs is to find weak points in a company or business and find safety risks in how they run or make decisions. They are also responsible for finding the best way to handle states of emergency in the business and train management and other staff on these processes. Moreover, Vital skills include building relationships, communication, planning, evaluation, and problem solving. They are massively important to the inner workings and ultimate success of a company.
Overall, they hold a lot of responsibility in a company or business. In addition, they oversee making sure the company can run efficiently even in times of crisis. As most companies face turmoil at one time or another the business continuance specialist makes sure the company will continue to thrive and avoid as little negative impact as possible.
Responsibilities of a Business Continuance Specialist Include:
- Maintaining communication with management and staff.
- Be the risk vs reward leader of the company.
- Conduct risk assessment exercises and conduct analysis to understand trends or patterns and be able to suggest strategies to mitigate risks.
- Analyze and understand IT gaps on business functions or information systems to find acceptable recovery time periods and resource requirements
- Identify opportunities for strategic improvement or mitigation of business interruption and other risks triggered by business, regulatory, or industry-specific change initiatives
- Create, review, or update existing business continuity, disaster recovery, and crisis management plans
- Preserve and update emergency management plans for recovery decision making and communications.
- Track and maintain critical departmental processes, or temporary shut-down of non-critical departments to ensure continuity of operation of the company and its branches.
- Maintain training and awareness for company, managers, and employees by conducting at least annual tests to ensure compliance requirements, that can execute plans as needed.
- Create and track reports to summarize testing and recommended goals, plans, scheduling and ultimately the execution of these recommendations.
- Act as a coordinator for continuousness efforts after a disruption event.
- Assist with audit preparation/interviews.
- Oversee various departments of the company.
- Manage data collection to update operations to achieve productivity targets, reduce cost and eliminate errors.
- Provide corrective procedures to resolve problems.
- Be available for on-call responsibilities and on demand client needs.
- Be available for overtime work when needed.