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Data Protection Manager

  • £70000 - £100000 per annum
This is a brand new role for a data protection professional to join a leading law firm as the manager that governs data for the global business. The Data Protection Manager will be part of the in-house operations that drive forward the firms data management policies, procedures and standards. They would be looking for this professional to lead on their strategic direction alongside the directors of the firm. Day to day of the role.. Advise all areas of the business on their data protection strategy to ensure everyone understands the direction of the business along the lines of their firm wide risk appetite. Develop and maintain data protection standards that ensures the confidentiality of company and client data. Report on these standards to ensure firmwide compliance with the regulations. Educate colleagues across the business on the importance of good working practice in relation to data protection. Develop an action plan in the event of a data breach and train colleagues on how to react to if an actual breach takes place. Work alongside the privacy champions so they understand their responsibilities as the department leads. Your experience.. Strong experience as a data protection lead or has been second in command ready to take that next step in their career. Strong knowledge and working practices of data protection practices, approaches and toolkits in a working environment. Someone that is proactive to learn more about the regulation so you can keep the firm up to scratch with changes to data privacy laws and policies. Prior experience advising on best practice and providing recommendations. Project or change management experience is desirable. Experience raising awareness and training members of staff in line with the regulation. Strong experience drafting data protection policies, technology provisions and outsourcing agreements. Someone that has a global mindset and feels confident working across multiple jurisdictions. Please do send across your CV if this role has tempted your interest and I will give you a call if you have the desired experience! #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Data Privacy Lawyer

  • £55000 - £70000 per annum
We are working with a global law firm that are looking to build out there in-house team of data protection lawyers. This leader in the law field are looking for someone with solid experience advising on data protection in a commercial environment. What a week with the firm will look like: Assist, deal with and respond to Subject Access Requests. Assist and role out Data Privacy Impact Assessments across the business when applicable. Assist with breaches to notify and respond to incidents. Review and advise on data protection terms in supply contracts and terms of engagement with clients. Providing data protection input on client questionnaires and bids. Working with key stakeholders on data protection aspects of the firm's projects and procurement. Help prepare the firm for data protection issues arising from Brexit and for the new e-Privacy Regulation. Develop training materials and assist with training. Supporting the firm's network of Privacy Champions. Provide appropriate advice on data protection law as it impacts the firm's activities and business operations. Research key requirements of data protection law applicable to offices of the firm operating outside the UK and liaise with external advisors. Manage audits of data protection compliance within the firm, of suppliers and from clients and identifying actions necessary for remediation. Most import experience for this role: Solid experience advising on data protection in a commercial environment. Law degree and practising certificate. ISEB Certificate or other qualification in data protection. Ability to take responsibility and act autonomously. Ability to plan, organise and prioritise tasks and projects. Ability to work in a team and with partners or directors in the business. Apply with your updated CV to find out more about this role and we can arrange a call to see whether this is the right opportunity for you. #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Privacy Manager

  • £65000 - £85000 per annum
This is an in-house opportunity to be the Privacy Manager at a law firm that represents a wide range of entities across the globe. You'll have the opportunity to work alongside the partners and present to the directors when new projects are launched for the firm. The day to day role.. Collaborate with colleagues across the business to ensure ongoing, company-wide compliance with the GDPR and data privacy. Create and deliver innovative training tailored to different areas of the business. Conduct and implement Data Privacy Impact Assessments. Review, negotiate, advise and draft data protection agreements and contracts. Manage records related to data protection and data subject requests. Manage data incidents and breaches in coordination with the firms key players. Your experience.. Someone legally qualified OR experience within a legal compliance team. An expert to lead the firms data privacy and GDPR strategy. The ability to work collaboratively with colleagues across the business at all levels across UK and international offices. Strong project management, interpersonal and organisational skills. A global mindset to data privacy. Someone that is confident in their ability to work autonomously and voice suggestions that will develop a better firm wide data privacy strategy. Apply with your updated CV to find out more about this role and we can arrange a call to see whether this is the right opportunity for you. #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Compliance Analyst - CRD - Market Abuse - Best Ex

I'm working with an Investment Management firm who are looking to bring in a Compliance Analyst on a 3-month contract (with scope for extension), to start immediately, working around Market Abuse and Best Execution (essential) The Role; The job holder will be responsible for conducting monitoring activities in alignment with the Compliance Monitoring Programme, including testing and escalating matters to Senior Compliance Monitoring Managers. Key Responsibilities; Carry out and deliver core work of the CMP on a monthly basis in line with the plan Assisting on ad-hoc Compliance Monitoring tasks Logging and ensuring appropriate follow-up actions are taken on all errors and breaches Assisting with the coding of client investment restrictions to the Charles River system, communicating with fund managers and Investment teams Liasion with business teams to seek remedial actions for identified deficiencies Providing consultancy support and technical expertise to the business on BAU and project related risk and control issues Provide MI to senior management Key Skills Required; Experience in Charles River and Bloomberg Proven experience in a Front Office monitoring environment, covering Market Abuse and Best Execution If you qualify for the above description, and are interested in the role, please apply within. #LI-AP1

Data Protection Manager

  • £40000 - £45000 per annum
A global tech firm are looking for a new Data Protection Manager to join their team of privacy specialists based in the UK. Location: Chester OR Liverpool This data intelligence leader are seeking a professional to take responsibility of certain projects and business areas that are shared across the team. You will act as a trusted advisor within their international network of customers and business units. This role will offer great opportunities to learn from a privacy team that have a wealth of experience with differing customers across multiple jurisdictions. The chosen professional needs to be ready to step up to the challenge of working for an international player where data drives the success of the business. About the role... Be a trusted advisor to the team and across the business, respond to questions and nurture relationships with colleagues, clients and partners. Conduct audits internally and support external audits. Advise certain arms of the business on different regulatory issues. Ensure data compliance through the implementation and maintenance of Privacy by Design. Perform Privacy Impact Assessments and lead the necessary actions. Respond to Subject Access Requests. Provide compliance training to staff to ensure all team members are aware of what is required and advise on their best practices. About you... Worked in line with with the GDPR, DPA, PECR, ePrivacy and other relevant regulations to provide expert advice to clients and customers. Has a strong compliance track record within a complex organisation. Ability to understand legal contracts and regulatory requirements. Evidence that you are a quick learner and have an inquisitive nature to uncover the full picture for further investigation and resolution. Ability to persuade and influence others at all levels. Benefits offered in return.. Live Cover, Income Protection, Private Medical Insurance, Pension, Childcare Vouchers, Cycle to Work and Holiday Buy. If you would like to know more about the role, please apply with your updated CV and we can arrange a call to see whether this is the right opportunity for you. #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Senior Data Privacy Specialist

  • £50000 - £52000 per annum
I'm looking to find the next Senior Data Privacy Specialist to work for a revolutionary FS business based across North Wiltshire/Swindon area.This position will be a full-time position as part of a small, but quickly growing, office and will be paying £50,000.This role will give the successful individual to opportunity to…Work in a highly regulated field as a privacy specialist;Become the subject matter expert surrounding data protection and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR);Build a working engaging relationship directly with their stakeholders presenting to them findings and analysis;Carry out incoming Subject Access Requests;Perform and support the Data Privacy Impact Assessments being conducted and assist with the remediating steps;Have direct contact with the ICO.The ideal candidate will have…Risk management experience and the ability to both identify risks and drive the necessary steps required as part of a team;Had experience either reporting directly into stakeholders or have had stakeholder engagement experience in a previous position advising on information risk;Expert knowledge surrounding the Data Protection Act of 1998 & 2018 and the GDPR;Delivered data protection and/or GDPR training to a team before.

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Managing this Role: Christopher Fox

Senior Accounting & Financial Reporting Consultant

  • £45000 - £55000 per annum
FourthLine are currently recruiting for a leading Financial Services Firm who are looking for a Senior Accounting & Financial Reporting Consultant. The role consists of:Prepare statutory financial statements under FRS 102, FRS 101 and IFRSs, including consolidations and cash flow statements.Ensure all client needs are met relating to queries and issues and seek solutions to client's accounting problems and being able to independently research and suggest potential resolution.Providing financial reporting advisory services including accounting standards and adoption of new accounting standards which include IFRS 9, IFRS 15, IFRS 16.Personally review iXBRL tagged financial statements and ensure tags are appropriately applied and answer any tagging queries from clients.Supervising, coaching, motivating and developing trainees and reviewing and appraising work at the end of the assignmentProviding clients with value-adding recommendations for improvements in processes and controls.In order to qualify for the role, my client is looking for candidates who have/are:Must be qualified Accountant. Previous experience of preparing statutory financial statement in relation with FRS 102, FRS 101and FRSs.Training and knowledge of FRSs ( 9, 15 & 16) is essential.Previous experience of working within a consultancy or advisory team is essential.If you think you are suitable for the role and you're looking to further your career please apply by providing an updated CV.

Data Protection Advisor

  • £55000 - £75000 per annum
A global retailer are building out their data privacy team from their central London office. The group are looking for a subject matter expert to focus on the advisory side of their data privacy compliance programme. If you are a data privacy professional with a real interest in the fashion industry then this opportunity could be ideal for you! Please apply to find out more if you.... Have strong experience as a Data Protection advisor! Can create and implement Data Privacy Impact Assessments. Are technically sound at processing privacy by design and default. Have prior experience working in-house for a consumer facing, fast paced business or with retail clients as a consultant for data protection matters. Are able to apply data privacy requirements to a consumer-facing, global organisation that needs advice in line with commercial priorities. Can proactively monitor compliance in line with privacy risks that may approach a commercial business. Have been part of a GDPR readiness programme. It would be a real advantage if you had experience as a project manager and IAPP or ISEB data protection qualifications. Benefits Company performance related bonus. Discount from company brands and other retailers. Enrolment onto company pension plan. Optional core hours to be flexible with your lifestyle. Option to buy extra holidays! Please do send across your CV if this role has tempted your interest and I will give you a call if you have the desired experience! #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Data Protection Manager

  • £45000 - £65000 per annum
A global retailer are building out their data privacy team from their central London office. The group are looking for a subject matter expert to focus on the responsive side of their data privacy compliance programme. If you are a data privacy professional with a real interest in the fashion industry then this opportunity could be ideal for you! Please apply to find out more if you.... Have strong experience completing privacy risk assessments. Prior experience working in-house for a consumer facing, fast paced business or with retail clients as a consultant for data protection matters. Have been part of a GDPR readiness programme. Can build relationships and influence senior stakeholders across group functions with a global mindset. Are able to apply data privacy requirements to a consumer-facing, global organisation that needs advice in line with commercial priorities. Can create and deliver comprehensive privacy training. It would be a real advantage if you had experience as a project manager and IAPP or ISEB data protection qualifications. Benefits Company performance related bonus. Discount from company brands and other retailers. Enrolment onto company pension plan. Optional core hours to be flexible with your lifestyle. Option to buy extra holidays! Please do send across your CV if this role has tempted your interest and I will give you a call if you have the desired experience! #LI-JTM1

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Managing this Role: Jade Turner-McBride

Senior Data Privacy Specialist

  • £50000 - £52000 per annum
I'm looking to find the next Senior Data Privacy Specialist to work for a revolutionary FS business based across North Wiltshire/Swindon area.This position will be a full-time position as part of a small, but quickly growing, office and will be paying £50,000.This role will give the successful individual to opportunity to…Work in a highly regulated field as a privacy specialist;Become the subject matter expert surrounding data protection and the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR);Build a working engaging relationship directly with their stakeholders presenting to them findings and analysis;Carry out incoming Subject Access Requests;Perform and support the Data Privacy Impact Assessments being conducted and assist with the remediating steps;Have direct contact with the ICO.The ideal candidate will have…Risk management experience and the ability to both identify risks and drive the necessary steps required as part of a team;Had experience either reporting directly into stakeholders or have had stakeholder engagement experience in a previous position advising on information risk;Expert knowledge surrounding the Data Protection Act of 1998 & 2018 and the GDPR;Delivered data protection and/or GDPR training to a team before.

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Managing this Role: Christopher Fox
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