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About the Opportunity

Netflix’s India team is seeking an experienced Manager in Production Security to support the Production Security & Intelligence Team based in Mumbai.

The Role

This Singapore or Mumbai-based role will report to the Manager of Production Security & Intelligence. The role will be instrumental in assessing risk to an evolving production strategy in a dynamic and exciting APAC region.

Responsibilities

  • Evaluate production plans, scripts, and pitches for security concerns and coordinate local support
    Integrate existing intelligence effort to generate location risk assessments that assess security, medical, and travel concerns
  • Utilize analysis of global security and geopolitical events to keep Netflix productions safe, secure and resilient
  • Provide security/risk assessment support to production activity in higher-risk locations
  • Engage with relevant local stakeholders and drive the regional production/talent security source portfolio
  • Develop/review risk assessments and security guidelines and design security plans and specialized guidance for higher-risk production activities
  • Maintain collaborative relationships with key production and creative stakeholders

Who is it for?

  • 10 years of relevant experience, which can include security, intelligence, military, journalism, or NGO; with a focus on regional security issues
  • Advanced degree, in Security Studies, International Relations, or related major
  • Experience living/working internationally, with strong regional work experience
  • Experience with production, media/entertainment, or content creation a plus
  • Demonstrated body of work regarding security issues
  • Must be business fluent in English as well as Hindi, Japanese, or Korean.

Skills and Competencies

  • Interpret regional security signals, assess and lean into risk
  • Maintain an awareness of geopolitical/risk trends affecting the global entertainment sector
  • Communicate relevant analysis and forecasting to key stakeholders
  • Interact with a wide range of stakeholders, from internal executives, law enforcement, and intelligence agencies to community leadership and creative professionals
  • Travel regionally and internationally as required (approximately 25%)

Location

Mumbai, Maharashtra

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