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PMO Manager

£65000 - £65000

FourthLine are currently working with our Financial Services client based in the West Midlands. Our client is going through a vast amount of change and are searching for a PMO Manager to support large scale change projects.

Essential skills:

  • Overall PMO Analyst skills including the ability to manage RAID logs, and process complex information through various tools (Excel, Sharepoint ect)
  • Experience supporting large change Projects
  • A proven track record of managing a large team of Analysts
  • The ability to challenge senior stakeholders with resilience

The ideal candidate will have experience working in the Financial Services sector, with a proven ability to measure deliverables and set up governance framework for large scale Programmes.

If you have the required experience and would like to be considered for the role, please email the email address stated or apply directly.

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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.


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