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Apr 282017
 

This African risk management consultancy are based in Nairobi, with regional offices throughout East Africa, central and West Africa is looking to hire an Information Manager. The company supports multi-sector industries in the land and maritime dimensions, creating business assurance in complex and difficult domains for private, corporate, agency and government entities.
Key Responsibilities:
• Flash security incident alerting and writing of security reports
• Research through open sources
• Data handling and sorting of information by priority in order to support Junior and Senior Analysts
• Security Advisories
• Bespoke Research Projects
Qualifications:
• Educated to degree level or currently completing a degree
• High Level MS skills
• Aged between 25-30 years
• Demonstrable interest in the security situation both on and offshore East Africa
• Background in conflict studies, international relations, political science or journalism
• Two to five years’ experience in either a risk management or humanitarian environment.
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