Embedded Security Analyst Team Lead

Sibylline is a leading intelligence and strategic risk consultancy in the security sector. Since 2010 we have supported businesses, governments and NGOs through the provision of high-quality risk analysis, due diligence and consultancy services.

The firm provides an innovative, entrepreneurial and fast-growing working environment, offering employees ever greater exposure to high profile clients and challenges. Sibylline offers fantastic opportunities for career progression within a successful company, and we aim to help our employees to build their own personal profiles as well-regarded analysts within the broader industry.

Key attributes of Sibylline employees are:

  • Self-motivated, and auto-improving individuals who can couple initiative and boldness with good judgement
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Clarity of thought and analytical flair
  • Strong, demonstrable interest in security and intelligence
  • The ability to work under pressure, demonstrate leadership when required but also be able to collaborate effectively in teams
  • Excellent attention to detail

Job Description

Sibylline is looking for an outstanding intelligence team lead to join us in an embedded role with one of our technology clients, managing a team of security analysts. Using the latest industry technologies and practices, the Security Analyst team will identify, analyse, and advise on adverse conditions and threats that could affect the safety, security and operational continuity of the client. These conditions include (but are not limited to): political instability and unrest, armed conflict, crime, terrorism, natural hazards and cyber threats.

The embedded Team Lead will direct a team of four analysts in the UK and US as part of a tight-knit operation providing actionable intelligence and advice to decision makers. This position will manage the process for gathering timely and accurate information / intelligence on threats and risks to the client. As such, the ideal candidate must be adaptable in a high-volume, fast-paced environment. The candidate must have previous exposure to tactical and operational security work, strong analysis skills, and be technically savvy with the ability to skilfully conceptualize and synthesise disparate information. The candidate should also have previous leadership experience.

The position will primarily work core hours in the UK, but must remain flexible to timings in the US for meetings and updates. Due to being embedded, the candidate will engage directly with clients to provide immediate support and consulting. This requires emotional intelligence, creative thinking, maturity and judgement in order to successfully interpret client requests and provide insightful information.

The candidate will report to the client’s security lead day to day, but will also report to Sibylline’s Embedded Operations team. Full support and guidance will be provided from our head office, including training and professional development.

This position represents an excellent opportunity for the right candidate to continue their development as an intelligence professional with a leading firm growing at 50% per year. We offer strong career progression and are invested in building individuals’ personal professional profiles. Moreover, being embedded truly offers “the best of both worlds”, giving a small firm ethos alongside large firm exposure and experience.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Support the growth of the intelligence function within the client company by working in collaboration with the client and other team leaders to develop and innovate assessment techniques and SOPs;
  • Supervise the team’s monitoring of open source, social media and vendor feeds for security risks and threats;
  • Draft and review incident alerts and analytical reports that are timely, credible, and provide actionable insight to internal stakeholders;
  • Provide thought leadership for internal stakeholders during ongoing incidents, senior management updates and crisis management briefings;
  • Display creative thinking and consulting skills to deliver a continually improving service for the client, supporting the global business;
  • Be an effective leader of a small team, focused on the delivery of lean, high-impact services;
  • Oversee SOPs for threat triaging and incident management;
  • Provide mentorship and supervision for team members; and
  • Work flexibly to ensure that client intelligence requirements are met.



  • Bachelor’s degree in Security Studies, International Relations or related field;
  • Knowledge of global politics, security, criminal and governance issues;
  • At least 3-5 years of relevant experience in private sector security, corporate intelligence and / or geopolitical analysis;
  • Fluency in English (both written and verbal);
  • Previous team leadership/management experience;
  • Ability to manipulate and visualise data, using advanced research skills;
  • Ability to rapidly digest, evaluate and “sift” large quantities of information;
  • A visionary mindset, with the ability to inspire others through expert guidance;
  • Ability to quickly determine how security events and crises impact business operations;
  • Analytical flair: the ability to provide rigorous, creative insight into complex situations;
  • Able to work in both individual and team environments;
  • Excellent attention to detail;
  • High level of competency with MS Office and Google Workspace tools.


  • Advanced (Master’s or above) degree in a relevant subject;
  • Foreign language skills;
  • Analytical and assessment experience for a geographic region (LATAM, MENA, SSA, Europe etc);
  • Cross-functional experience within a global security team (e.g. threat monitoring, travel security, business continuity and crisis management), particularly in a leadership role;
  • Experience with analytical software or OSINT tools.

Additional Information

Next Steps:

If you are interested in this role, please apply through our website, submitting your CV and cover letter.

Following filtration of candidates based on CV, a writing assessment will be conducted (at an arranged time to suit you) to test writing and analytical ability. Shortlisted applicants will then be invited to a virtual panel interview and a meet and greet with the client.

Sibylline is committed to the recruitment and selection of candidates without regard for sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, age, political beliefs, culture and lifestyle. The firm is committed to fostering a business culture that reflects these values and promotes equal opportunity.


Political & Security Risk Analyst

G4S Political & Security Risk Analyst

We are looking for a Political & Security Risk Analyst to join the G4S Intelligence and Advisory Service team in London, UK. We specialise in providing intelligence for clients operating in complex and hostile environments.

This is an ideal role for someone who is looking to further their career as an analyst, working with a specialist team to deliver threat monitoring, intelligence reports, and risk assessments to support a broad range of sectors and clients.

The G4S Intelligence and Advisory Services (IAS) division is the specialist analytical team within G4S Risk Consulting (G4S RC). IAS supports the operations of the wider G4S Risk Consulting and Risk Management (G4S RM) business, delivering bespoke threat monitoring and risk assessment support to a broad range of international clients.

Job Description

Scope of Role

  • Researching and producing threat assessments for a variety of clients, with an emphasis on reports related to current events and conflict
  • Corporate research and analysis using both open-source intelligence (OSINT) and G4S proprietary data
  • Contribute to daily, weekly and monthly briefs and analytical products, as well as supplementary reports, as required.
  • Delivery of thorough, accurate, timely and actionable analysis in line with G4S reporting templates

Position Type

  • This is a full-time role, which will involve both work in the United Kingdom and abroad
  • The role is hybrid, with a mix of work-from-home and office


Competitive salary

  • 25 days annual paid leave in addition to public holidays
  • Support through professional development
  • G4S Pension Scheme


  • Actively monitor security incidents in countries of interest and determine the impact on client operations.
  • Plan, research, and produce daily security reports, delivering actionable insights. Reporting products will also encompass broader regional security developments and threats to clients in various countries worldwide.
  • Deliver project-specific desktop risk assessments for events
  • Produce threat and risk assessments of the security and political environment in target countries
  • Engage with internal and external clients and stakeholders to ensure relevance and appropriate tailoring of reports to client requirements
  • Effective planning and delivery of client tasks
  • Develop and maintain information sources, including networks of in-country sources.
  • Collect, analyse, and interpret complex data with a strong understanding and application of analytical techniques.
  • Provide quality control of IAS products and services, including revision and formatting of complex documents to a high standard.
  • Provide research, analytical, bid and project support to IAS and G4S RC
  • Manage content on the G4S Security Intelligence database
  • Support and advise other analysts where required, providing constructive feedback for their work



  • Education degree level (Master’s preferred) in a relevant subject matter such as international relations, security studies, intelligence, or other relevant educational qualifications.
  • Eligible to work within the UK
  • Experience researching and producing thematic political and security analytical products
  • Proven IT skills in Microsoft Office programmes and G-Suite



  • Experience working with data to identify trends
  • Experience using OSINT tools and techniques to inform investigations
  • A broad understanding of the drivers of insecurity
  • Demonstrable experience collecting, analysing and producing analysis for senior decision-makers
  • Excellent editorial skills
  • Demonstrable experience of collaboration across inter-company business entities and external companies
  • Demonstrable experience in intelligence analysis databases and open-source research tools
  • Able to demonstrate the delivery of accurate, timely and actionable analysis


  • At least one year of experience delivering political or security risk analysis within a commercial organisation or in the public sector
  • Previous experience working within a private security company
  • Able to demonstrate knowledge of the security risk management consulting sector
  • Experience covering security developments in the following regions:
  • South Asia, Eastern Europe, Middle East and North Africa

Personal Qualities

  • Strong interpersonal skills
  • The ability to work unsupervised in a fast-paced team environment
  • Strong verbal and written communication
  • Diligence, organisational skills, and enthusiasm for working in new, challenging environments
  • Proven critical thinking skills
  • Self-motivated and a team player


  • French, Arabic, or Russian language skills are desirable but not required.

Travel may be required to visit clients on occasion. Responsibilities will evolve over time, with opportunities for ongoing development and progression.

Embedded PSOC Analyst

Sibylline is a leading intelligence and strategic risk consultancy in the security sector. Since 2010 we have supported businesses, governments and NGOs by providing high-quality risk analysis, due diligence and consultancy services.

The firm provides an innovative, entrepreneurial and fast-growing working environment, offering employees ever greater exposure to high-profile clients and challenges. Sibylline offers fantastic opportunities for career progression within a successful company, and we aim to help our employees build their own personal profiles as well-regarded analysts within the broader industry.

Key attributes of Sibylline employees are:

  • Self-motivated, and auto-improving individuals who can couple initiative and boldness with good judgement
  • Excellent written and spoken English
  • Clarity of thought and analytical flair
  • Strong, demonstrable interest in security and intelligence
  • The ability to work under pressure, demonstrate leadership when required but also be able to collaborate effectively in teams
  • Excellent attention to detail

Job Description

About the role

We are looking for a motivated security professional to join us as an Embedded Physical Security Operations Centre (PSOC) Analyst for a global financial sector client. Reporting to the embedded manager, you will join a 24/7 team of security specialists providing access control, incident response, threat monitoring, and intelligence analysis services in a state-of-the-art, purpose-built PSOC in the heart of London’s financial district.

In this multifaceted role, as a PSOC Analyst, you will assume a range of critical responsibilities aimed at ensuring the safety and security of the organisation’s personnel and assets. This includes responsibility for both physical security monitoring and intelligence analysis and reporting. You will also be responsible for disseminating mass communications concerning global events that hold the potential to impact the well-being of company personnel and valuable assets.

You will maintain a constant awareness of geopolitical and national issues that may impact the client’s employees, locations or reputation. You will conduct thorough horizon scanning to produce comprehensive reports highlighting emerging trends and incidents in regions where the company operates. This is delivered as comprehensive reporting and reviews for the client and key decision-makers.

As a central point for escalation, coordination, and communication during times of crisis and acting as a security concierge you will engage with various business functions, ensuring a holistic approach to addressing their needs, expectations, and concerns.

The PSOC operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. Therefore, you must be flexible to work on weekends, public holidays, and night shifts as required by the shift rota.


  • Provide security assistance, answer questions, and serve as the security concierge for employees, visitors and vendors.

  • Monitor CCTV feeds and action door alarms.

  • Respond to any calls from persons needing medical assistance.

  • Provide situational awareness and intelligence reporting of issues occurring at a high level globally, through internet observation, news media reporting, and intergroup communication with other support elements.

  • Assist first responders, and medical and law enforcement personnel as necessary.

  • Ensure that staff, assets, and access points are secured regularly, reporting any hazardous conditions to security management.

  • Follow the client’s escalation procedures to notify security management of any critical incidents, unsafe conditions, or technical failures.

  • Create accurate communications logs by reporting incidents in dedicated case management databases.

  • Utilise geographic information systems to ascertain potential risks and incidents that occur in the vicinity of the client’s assets.

  • Support investigations by utilising data and information available in sensitive security databases.

  • Display creative thinking and consulting skills to deliver a continually improving service for the client.

  • Facilitate the dissemination of information to mobilize the necessary resources to ensure that regional staff can mitigate immediate risks and incidents.

  • Perform any additional duties as required by the client’s Director of Security.

  • Engage and collaborate with other Sibylline teams globally to remain up to date with best practices, resources, and industry standards.


  • 1-4 years of relevant experience in military service, government, law enforcement, private security, corporate intelligence, or a related field.

  • Demonstrated interest in security policies, best practices, and procedures, with a customer service mindset.

  • Impeccable communication skills, with the ability to take urgent calls from concerned stakeholders with patience and professionalism.

  • Ability to monitor the news, social media, and other information feeds and quickly determine the impact of security events and crises on business operations.

  • Excellent research skills, with the ability to rapidly digest, evaluate and “sift” large quantities of information from a range of sources.

  • Ability to interpret, organise and visualise data.

  • Analytical mindset, with the ability to provide thoughtful insight into complex situations.

  • Excellent attention to detail.

  • High level of competency with MS Office tools.


  • University degree in Security Studies, War Studies, International Relations, Criminal Justice, or related field.

  • Experience with mass notification systems (e.g. Everbridge, Vismo).

  • Experience with security platforms (e.g. Genetec, CCURE, ProWatch).

  • Experience with social media monitoring software (e.g. Dataminr, Navigator, Skopenow).

  • Cross-functional experience within a global security team (e.g. threat monitoring, travel security, business continuity and crisis management).

  • First Aid qualification.

Interview process:  

  • Initial call with our Talent Acquisition team member

  • Timed written assessment (arranged at the time that suits you) to test writing and analytical capability.

  • Panel interview with Sibylline hiring manager and members of the embedded team.

  • Meet and Greet with the client.

Sibylline is committed to the recruitment and selection of candidates without regard for sexual orientation, gender, ethnicity, age, political beliefs, culture and lifestyle. We are committed to fostering a business culture that reflects these values and promotes equal opportunity. 


Resilience Advisor, Defence Critical National Infrastructure, MOD, Reading or London

The purpose of the role is multifaceted, unique and challenging. The post holder will provide an advisory function on Defence Resilience matters including oversight and assurance on CNI establishments and capabilities across the Defence Nuclear Enterprise (DNE). In addition, you will be responsible for owning, developing and shaping departmental business continuity policy and implementing this across the organisation. Through regular engagement across the DNE, you will maintain a strong understanding of the Nuclear landscape and the resilience risks to our sites.

 You will be the DNO TLB lead on Defence Critical National Infrastructure (DefCNI) and Business Continuity and as such, responsible for oversight of Statements of Critical Asset Resilience (SCAR) across DNE sites, including maintenance of Def CNI list on behalf of the Principal Security Advisor (PSyA). You will work closely with the DNE Enterprise Security Assurance team to support the assurance programme and work with the business management team to ensure coherence and coordination with business continuity policy, ensuring that business continuity maturity is developed at the team and SRO level.

The post will be based at Reading, however MOD Main Building in London is also an option. Irrespective of location, regular and frequent travel to sites will be required.

Security Officer


Hanslope Park, near Milton Keynes 


Total Package £35,597  
(Salary £24,739, Recruitment and Retention Allowance of £600, and a Shift Allowance of £10,258) 


Full time only, 42 hours per week on a day and night shift pattern. Shifts are 12 hours per day and include nights, weekends, and bank holidays. 


At HMGCC, we like to explore the limits of technology and discover the unexpected. Our systems help protect national security: both at home and overseas. If you have the skills we are looking for, you will find a place in our diverse team. 


Your role 

You’ll be part of a new, in-house Uniformed Security Team responsible for maintaining the security of our site and buildings. With your friendly, professional customer service skills, you will welcome staff and visitors to our organisation and always provide a reassuring presence. You will conduct security checks, monitor CCTV and the Automated Access Control System (AACS), and carry out patrols across our site. So, an eye for detail is key. Should an alarm go off, or an incident need your attention, you will do so calmly and with an open mind. And you will communicate with a wide range of people: from the staff you will greet every day, to stakeholders looking for advice on best security practice.  


What you need 

You will have experience in customer service or a public-facing role, as you will be welcoming people to our site and making sure they understand the procedures that keep things safe and secure. This will be supported by a Grade C/4 or above in GCSE English Language. Importantly, you’ll work well with others and enjoy being part of a team, as you will be joining a collaborative, supportive environment where we deal with any issues together. You might even be keen to mentor others as you grow into the role. Flexibility is important too, as you will be working on a shift pattern including nights, weekends, and bank holidays.  

What we offer 

You’ll be given all the training you need to fulfil the role, including support in gaining the required security qualifications. With significant opportunities to further your learning, you’ll also have access to a range of ways to grow your career: from internal courses to a distant learning degree. Plus, you’ll be part of a welcoming, inclusive environment where people from all kinds of backgrounds with different lived experiences and perspectivescome together. As well as a range of sports and social societies for you to join and meet new people, we’re proud to have a number of affinity groups including disability, LGBTQ+ and ethnic minority networks. It’s all to ensure you feel comfortable bringing your whole self to work. And, you’ll also get access to our excellent on-site facilities, including free 24-hour gym, free parking, and an on-site nursery. 


About us 

We’re HMGCC, His Majesty’s Government Communications Centre. Our teams work together to develop innovative, reliable, and secure communications systems for the UK government to protect national security at home and overseas. To achieve this, we look for a mix of people with different backgrounds, lived experiences, perspectives, and ideas. 


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Inclusion and diversity really matters to us. It’s not just about hitting targets or visible differences. HMGCC are committed to providing equal opportunities and encourage applications from candidates of all backgrounds, ethnicities, gender identities, sexual orientations, and those with disabilities or who are neurodivergent. 


We’re not looking for any one type of person. We’re looking for talent from all different backgrounds to join our organisation, where we genuinely respect and value each other’s differences, as well as our similarities. It makes us even better at what we do. 

The Scottish Parliament

As a Security Officer you’ll be the first point of contact in welcoming visitors to the Scottish Parliament and assisting passholders in accessing the building. You’ll be responsible for delivering a high standard of security across the estate to ensure the safety and security of all visitors and staff.  You’ll also be responsible for responding quickly and effectively to any issues that may adversely impact on the smooth running of Parliamentary business or the security of the building and its occupants.  

You’ll embrace change and a culture where you are empowered to deliver high quality work which will enhance the reputation of the Parliament. You’ll also support collaborative working, including with colleagues across the parliamentary service, promoting positive and open communication, as well as our commitment to diversity and inclusion. 

We particularly welcome applications from women and members of ethnic minority communities who are under-represented at this level. All appointments will be made on merit. We have a values-based culture of respect and inclusion embedded in our organisation, and everyone has the ability to make a difference. 

We offer a great range of benefits including: 41.5 leave days (including public holidays), flexible working, paid professional subscriptions, family-friendly policies, Season Ticket advance loans, an onsite gym, Health and Wellbeing Schemes including discounted gym membership, a confidential counselling and information service, and the Cycle to Work Scheme. 

You’ll also have the opportunity to join the Alpha Civil Service pension scheme, where we’ll offer you an employer contribution of 27.1% of your basic salary

ARC Security Operations Manager

RC Security Operations Manager up to £45k + Benefits Package DOE
Based Suffolk

The Company:
This is a fantastic opportunity to work for a major regional retailer as ARC Operations Manager.
In this exciting role the ARC Manager will monitor, supervise and support the ARC team in the day-to-day operation. The main objective for the ARC Manager is to ensure that the operating standards are at the required audit level and support the company through the SSAIB audit process.
The successful candidate will ensure that the ARC team, are trained and updated with matters relevant to their roles, with the aim of minimising loss and deterring criminal activity.

The Role

  • To ensure that the team and the ARC is operated according to the British Standards.
  • Maintain and update training records of ARC team as required.
  • Ensure that all telephone calls received by the ARC team are dealt with in a professional manner and acted on by following the appropriate escalation process.
  • To ensure that consistently high levels of customer service are delivered in the ARC to both internal and external customers.
  • Ensure that the database is appropriately updated with relevant information obtained from internal and external personnel.
  • To ensure that ARC team members are effectively monitoring CCTV and alarm systems and responding according to best practice within the expected deadlines.
  • Completion of the shift rotas for the ARC, ensuring that there are sufficient personnel scheduled to meet the operational needs of the business.
  • Arranging holiday and sickness cover as required to meet the operational needs of the ARC.
  • Attend and present ARC operations and services to Clients nationally as required.
  • Prepare stats and information for the Head of Secure Response for Exec and Board reports.

The Person

  • Previous experience in a similar role working as an ARC / SOC Manager within a Security / Retail environment.
  • Professional and self-motivated, including the ability to direct, motivate, develop and inspire others in the achievement of their maximum potential and business objectives.
  • The ability to foster and develop positive and co-operative relationships with others internally and externally.
  • Sufficient knowledge and understanding of the business environment in which the ARC operates to add value and effectively support customers.
  • Problem solving through the ability to identify issues and provide effective solutions.
  • The ability to develop new solutions or adapt existing practises.
  • The ability to comprehend information received and the capacity to make all those who need to know understand.
  • The ability to develop and maintain up-to-date professional and technical competence
  • Must hold a SIA CCTV License.
  • Experience in managing performance and completing investigations.
  • Flexible on working times and prepared to stay away overnight for business needs.
  • Experience and qualifications in loss prevention.

Security Manager

WCSS invites applications for the position of Security Manager in the stunning Turks & Caicos Islands. This role is more than just a job; it’s an opportunity to excel in an extraordinary environment. This leadership position demands a candidate who is not only exceptionally skilled and experienced but also someone who is also highly resilient and adaptable to secure positive outcomes in a challenging, yet rewarding environment.


  • Turks & Caicos Islands

Key Responsibilities Location 

  • Responsible for providing the highest service levels possible in security to our clients across a range of sectors with a key focus in the hospitality, residential communities, retail and commercial sectors as well as individual private clients.
  • Highly effective cross team coordination, objective setting and review and monitoring of teams and key individuals in the context of security provision, service quality, industry standards and client protection and satisfaction.
  • Coordinating the integration of front line, control centre and other functions to provide a seamless, effective, and efficient service to clients.
  • Ensuring the full and effective use of technology into security operations, including the approach to CRM to engage with and secure strong relationships and opportunities with existing and potential clients.
  • Oversee the development and implementation of comprehensive security strategies, policies and procedures.
  • Manage security operations and other team members for a diverse range of locations and clientele.
  • Ensure compliance with regulations and contract requirements.
  • Proven experience in leading security teams, preferably in hospitality, or similar sectors.
  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills and highly resilient when facing internal and external challenges.
  • Experience in using technological solutions like Video Surveillance Systems, access control and various IT platforms, including experience in working closely with a 24/7 control centre.
  • Highly experienced in client engagement, with excellent influencing and problem-solving skills to secure trust and long term client relationships.
  • Able to make the right things happen at the front line and all the way through the security service supply chain to our clients.


  • A recognized security qualification or substantial experience in sectors like law enforcement or HM Forces, with strong evidence of your ability to transition to the commercial sector.
  • Knowledge of security risk analysis, with a particular focus on hospitality security, and with strong, yet sensitive, influencing skills.
  • Experience of integrating the benefits provided by IT systems in developing strategic, operational, and tactical security solutions.

What We Offer:

  • A challenging yet rewarding role in one of the world’s most beautiful locations.
  • An opportunity to demonstrate your skills in a demanding yet fulfilling environment.
  • A chance to lead and inspire a team in achieving excellence in security management.

How to Apply:

If you are ready to tackle this challenging role and make a significant impact in a unique Caribbean setting, we encourage you to apply in the first instance by providing your CV with an introduction email to info@wcsstci.com

Security Manager

As an experienced security professional, you will be accountable for the development and implementation of site security designs and plans to ensure the protection of all site personnel, property, and assets.

Physical Security Advisor

DHSC Security is a small, specialist team which provides support and advice to the department on security matters and ensuring alignment with Government Security standards, adapting to support current and future requirements. This is a great opportunity to join a major government department where you will play an important role in delivering personnel security and be a member of the Government Security Profession which offers opportunities to develop your career.

Person specification

  1. Identify, assess and analyse physical security threats.
  2. Mitigate risks through effective planning and assurance of security arrangements.
  3. Provide an operational incident management and investigation response – including an on-call security duty office cover on a rota basis.
  4. Monitor security services to ensure they meet agreed performance levels.
  5. Collaborate with others to ensure effective information sharing and incident response.
  6. Manage multiple risks, activities and demands whilst delivering timely results including the provision of support and advice on security or risk management.
  7. Contingency planning, policy development, training and exercising.

Key Skills and Experience required for the role

  1. Evidence of leadership – delivering security outcomes at pace.
  2. Effective communication and influence at all levels.
  3. Developing effective partnership working with internal and external stakeholders.
  4. Evidence of supporting diversity and inclusion.
  5. Experience of risk management and contingency planning.
  6. Experience in delivering security operations (ideally gained in central government, UK police Service, UK military or corporate security function).


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