Privacy Associate - MPS (Managed Privacy Service)
|Job Title:||Privacy Associate - MPS (Managed Privacy Service)|
|Salary:||£40000 - £55000 per annum + benefits (negotiable)|
|Contact Name:||Nathan Wilson|
|Job Published:||September 11, 2018 18:16|
You will be directly delivering a MSP service requiring data privacy subject matter expertise alongside senior management and project teams. Working to design, develop and launch a MPS service clients.
The 'MPS' service will entail a range of focus areas;
*Streamlining Privacy impact risk assessment & SAR processes
*Answering queries that come in from individuals on privacy matters - customers, employees etc.
*Designing processes of the service tailored for clients
*Work with onboarding new clients (not selling)
*Providing training resources
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
*Work with teams addressing complex compliance and risk management challenges relating to data privacy, information/cyber security and information risk.
*Analyse legal or regulatory requirements, including as developed through administrative or judicial proceedings.
*Review and analyse client written materials, such as policies, procedures, and governance artifacts. Assist in drafting and revising client deliverables-including reports, correspondence, presentations, and written tools such as policies and templates.
*Play a hands-on role in business development, such as by helping to draft proposals and participating in meetings with current or potential clients.
*Participate in client meetings, such as interviews or presentations, which often include senior executives or directors of the client.
*Monitor and prepare reports on global regulatory developments.
*Work with senior management and project teams to design, develop and launch MPS services to our clients
*Directly deliver MPS services requiring Data Privacy Subject Matter Expertise
*Lead the development a written knowledge management system to enable measurable, predictable and repeatable delivery of MPS services
*Travel as required to client sites in the United States and internationally.
*Performs additional duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
*Superior writing and editing skills with the ability to construct well-founded, clear, and concise analyses and recommendations.
*Strong attention to detail.
*Strong analytical skills.
*Ability to handle complex information, solve problems, and manage multiple tasks.
*Ability to communicate effectively with clients and within all levels of the organization.
*Ability to establish and maintain positive relationships and build teams.
*Strong reputation for integrity and ethics.
*At least 3 years of experience relating to data privacy, information/cyber security and information risk matters.
To discuss this opportunity in more detail please do not hesitate to apply to this advertisement or get in touch with Nathan Wilson direct at Lawrence Harvey - Privacy recruitment specialist.
Email - firstname.lastname@example.org
Direct Line - 02039295885
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