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Privacy Manager

BBBH2298_1541000813
£75000 - £85000 per annum


Opportunity to join a market leading international payments and technology company as a Privacy Manager!
Do you want to help shape the privacy policies at one of the world's market leading international payment and technology companies? Does the sound of being part of a rapidly growing colligative team structure in a privacy setting appeal to you? A multi-national online payments company are looking for a permanent Privacy Manager to join their privacy function within the business.
The day to day role

  • Support the Group privacy officer with the complying of all Data Protection regulations
  • Act as the SME for European Data Protection Laws including GDPR and be willing to develop knowledge of Data Protection laws globally
  • Assist the Group and Deputy Privacy Officer in meeting GDPR compliance and other global privacy laws
  • Establishing and maintaining the company's global Data Protection compliance framework
  • Establishing and managing Privacy Champions across group offices
  • Providing advice on projects and to act as a key point of contact for Data Protection issues
  • Reviewing and advising on DPA clauses in customer terms and supplier contracts


Notable requirements and experience needed

  • Ideally 3-4 years' experience as a privacy officer
  • Significant experience in UK & European data privacy laws and a good understanding of the GDPR and it's implications, ideally within an international organization
  • Practical privacy experience in a private sector B2C facing company
  • Experience working with cross border data transfers alongside cross jurisdiction experience
  • Experience working on data privacy impact assessments
  • Data governance and information governance experience is desirable
  • ISEB DPA and/or IAPP CIPP qualifications, especially CIPP / E and CIPM.
  • Candidates from a finance, insurance or technology background are desirable
  • Post graduate certification in one or more of data privacy, legal, compliance, information technology desirable
  • Candidates with or without legal qualifications are welcome, but must have strong data privacy knowledge and experience, including a strong academic background

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  • Great base salary
  • 20% bonus
  • Great pension contribution
  • Unlimited paid holiday
  • Flexibility


If this position appeals to you and you feel you meet the above criteria, then please get in touch with Aimee Ashworth via email with your CV to arrange a time to talk in more detail at

Please also feel free to pass on to your network if you know someone who may be open to discussing confidentially

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