Anvil (an Everbridge company) currently have a fantastic opportunity for a Risk Intelligence Analyst to be office based in our Christchurch, UK office.
The primary area of the Risk Analyst role is to report on worldwide events in real time, which have the potential to impact the interests and assets of our clients, by monitoring major news sources and gathering intelligence using a number of mediums.
This information is subsequently used to provide a risk and threat assessment, in the form of an incident report, which is then uploaded to our system using dedicated software and passed directly to the client as an alert.
Each Risk Analyst has responsibility for an assigned managed region. This involves ensuring that all data held within our Riskmatics platform for every assigned country is reviewed and updated within set service level agreement timeframes.
Our BDR team operates as part of the Marketing and Business Development team. This is a unique opportunity to play a critical role in developing the sales pipeline needed to achieve our revenue goals.
As an outbound telemarketer you will be responsible for qualifying prospects in key verticals across the UK.What you'll be doingClosely monitor current worldwide news events using a variety of mediums such as the major news channels, mainstream press, news aggregators, social media and intelligence sources.
Identify any emerging trends or upcoming events which could impact our clients.Check for updates and amend systems within our dedicated software package to ensure travel information is current.
Ensure assigned managed countries are reviewed / updated within SLA.Continually add events to the system in real time, as they happen.
Check and respond to queries via email within SLA, both internally and from our clients.What you'll bring : Minimum A Level English.
Relevant degree desirable or equivalent industry related qualification.Related experience in travel risk, risk management or journalism preferred.
Competent computer operator, with an emphasis on Microsoft Office, and preferably with an industry recognised qualification.
Excellent written, oral and communication skills with particular emphasis on grammar, spelling and punctuation.A keen, demonstrable interest in worldwide current affairs.
Excellent geographical knowledge.A good aptitude for analysis and a naturally enquiring mind.The ability to work alone or as part of a team in an often pressure intense environment where deadlines and priorities change constantly.
Keen attention to detail with a strong emphasis on accuracy and getting the job right first time.The ability to think laterally and objectively, avoiding assumptions, whilst remaining unbiased throughout.
Flexible and adaptable regarding working hours, shift patterns and overtime.Strong constitution to be able to deal with researching often harrowing worldwide events whilst always remaining culturally and politically sensitive.