The Security Project Manager plays a critical role in the successful delivery of the Security Improvement Programme (SIP). The primary purpose of this role is to lead the planning, execution, and monitoring of projects within the SIP. The Security Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring that all allocated projects are delivered on time, within budget, and to the required standard.
The SIP is focused on enhancing the security posture of Burberry through a range of initiatives, including technology upgrades, process improvements, and employee security training. The Security Project Manager will play a vital role in ensuring that these initiatives are delivered efficiently and effectively, with minimal disruption to the business.
The Security Project Manager will work closely with the SIP Director to define project objectives, scope, and requirements. They will develop and maintain project plans, timelines, and budgets, and ensure that all projects are aligned with the overall goals of the SIP. They will also work closely with cross-functional teams, including IT, legal, compliance, and HR, to ensure that all project deliverables are completed on time and within budget.
In addition to project management responsibilities, the Security Project Manager will also be responsible for managing risks and issues related to the allocated projects. They will identify potential risks and issues and develop mitigation strategies to minimise their impact. They will also be responsible for reporting on project progress and status to the SIP Director and other key stakeholders.
Ultimately, the Security Project Manager will be responsible for ensuring that the SIP delivers tangible benefits to the organisation, including improved security, reduced risk, and enhanced compliance. They will play a key role in achieving the overall objectives of the programme and will be instrumental in ensuring that the organisation is better equipped to manage the ever-evolving threat landscape.