Join Western Union as a Manager of Crisis Preparedness and Response.
We’re a FinTech that’s using insight from customers and colleagues worldwide to improve financial services for families, small businesses, multinational corporations, and non-profit organizations. We’re a team of over 10,000 people spanning 200 countries and territories. We believe when money moves, better things happen.
We will look to you to be responsible for assisting in the global rollout and continuous improvement of a proactive, disciplined crisis preparedness and response program. This will include pre-planned activities, communications, roles and responsibilities and training to prepare the company to respond quickly, transparently and on-point to the impact occurring.
We need you to be bachelor’s degree educated and have at least five years of experience in a crisis preparedness and/or response role for a large global 24/7 organization. You will have experience working well in a cross-functional global teams and are able to facilitate communication amongst teams effectively.
Western Union is transforming its business and shaping the financial services sector by driving quality, convenience, and customer service to new levels of excellence. It’s an exciting time for our organization, as the largest cross-border money transfer operator, trusted by millions of consumers around the world. If you’re ready to unleash your potential to help drive change through bottom-up innovation, apply now.
We’re a company on the move, and we want our people to grow and develop. You’ll have plenty of opportunities to learn new skills and build a career, as well as a great salary and benefits package.
Inclusion and diversity are fundamental to our culture and success. Western Union is proud to be an EqualAction Employer. The company will provide accommodation to applicants, including those with disabilities, during the recruitment process, in accordance with applicable laws. We are committed to equal employment opportunity regardless of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy or related medical conditions), national origin, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity, age, disability, martial status, or any other protected category.