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CAO – Global Security & Investigations – Security Intelligence Analyst APAC Lead – Vice President

Req #: 180008282
Location: Singapore, 01, SG
Job Category: Admin & Facilities Services
Potential Referral Amount: 8000 Singapore Dollar (SGD)

Security Intelligence Analyst – APAC Lead

The Global Security & Investigations (GS&I) team provides protection, investigation, resiliency, and crisis management services in support of JP Morgan Chase & Co., its employees, customers, assets, and facilities throughout the world. This responsibility includes the development of security and safety policies and procedures, regulatory and legislative compliance, Security Guard management, alarm response, branch and corporate building security, customer safety, physical crime investigations, workplace violence, fire and life safety, executive protection, due diligence, pre-employment screening, security operations globally, and fraud investigations. This mission is executed through the implementation of technology, best in class talent, and client collaboration.


This position on the Global Intelligence Team is responsible for leading the Asia/Pacific (APAC) intelligence analysis portfolio by proactively integrating and analyzing information to evaluate threats that may impact the firm’s people, assets, events, and reputation; their likelihood; and their potential tactical and operational impact and strategic implications.


The ideal candidate must have a high degree of technical understanding, be able to handle a high level of complexity within their span of control, be able to deal with and work through ambiguity, be flexible enough to shift workload in accordance with changing priorities, and be comfortable leading in a sometimes stressful and fast-paced, priority-driven environment, and be prepared to brief senior firm leadership.

Additionally, the candidate must exhibit a high level of critical thinking acumen, with the ability to engage complex and multidimensional challenges with innovative, rigorous, and transdisciplinary analytical methods to produce proactive and reliable assessments. The candidate must also be a highly motivated individual who possesses strong interpersonal skills to develop and maintain relationships.


The position is based in Singapore.




  • Lead the Asia/Pacific (APAC) intelligence analysis portfolio.
  • Liaise with and elicit intelligence requirements on an ongoing basis from regional security managers in the APAC area of responsibility.
  • Support senior management updates, including but not limited to summarizing activities related to tactical, operational, and strategic threats of concern, and briefing key assessments to senior leadership.
  • Deliver analytical assessments in clear, succinct, and appropriately caveated products that project credibility, convey recommendations, and reinforce key messages.
  • Collaborate with key stakeholders within and without the department and firm to design and test risk assessment models that integrate disparate and seemingly innocuous data/information.

10+ years relevant work experience in performing research, intelligence analysis, or investigative work.

Must be able to handle high-level of pressure associated with complex projects and programs in a demanding customer environment.

Must be confident and experienced in handling executive communication (written and verbal) with senior-level management.

Experience in strategic initiatives, delivering results, and change management.

Independent thinker with strong analytical and problem-solving skills: research, gather, arrange, compile, summarize, and evaluate data in recommending solutions.

Strong communication and presentation skills.

Strong negotiation and influence skills with all levels of organization.

Proficiency in social media research.

Proficiency with MS Office suite.

Ability to create effective presentations using PowerPoint.

Ability to influence people who do not report to you to assist you in completing projects.

Familiarity with ArcGIS or other mapping tool.

Undergraduate degree in Political Science, Psychology, International Affairs, Philosophy, or related discipline.

Master's degree in a related field desired.

Experience in law enforcement, military, or the U.S. Intelligence Community a plus.

Prior work experience in APAC desired.

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