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Privacy Manager

Fourthline are currently recruiting for a global Fortune 500 company who are searching for a newly appointed Privacy Manager. My client is offering 75,000-105,000 (dependent on experience), great benefits and the opportunity to join a vibrant, fun office.

You will act as the EMEA data protection specialist and drive the on-going compliance of GDPR and other privacy regulations across the business. Their office is based in the South West of England, what's more, there is the opportunity to travel to their offices across Europe and the rest of the world.

Life of a Privacy Manager…

  • Develop strong relationships with legal, IT, digital, HR & marketing, as well as, external supervisory authorities.
  • Support the positive transition into the new IT and digital age by making the best use of personal data.
  • Contribute to and develop data protection policies, procedures and processes.
  • Understand, implement and complete data mapping, Subject Access Requests, Privacy Impact Assessments and Privacy by Design.
  • Conduct training and procedures to ensure correct data privacy practices are carried out.
  • Respond to data breach incidents and ensure notifications are made with investigations carried out.
  • Carry out audits of processes relating to personal data and report this back to the Audit and Compliance Committee.

Who they are looking for…

  • Someone with expert knowledge in Privacy regulations, strong working understanding of IT and digital systems.
  • A great communicator with proven ability to work collaboratively with colleagues on an international scale.
  • Experience applying Data Protection to a franchise, retail or commercial sector.
  • A legal background is preferred.
  • An organised individual that is self-motivated and able to train people at every level of the organisation.
  • Someone that is willing to travel, predominately across Europe, but also globally.

If this is of interest, I would like to hear from you and look forward to arranging a conversation to discuss this exciting new role.

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Data Protection Officer

£50000 - £60000

A multi-billion pound technology organisation, with over 20,000+ staff members across the world, are looking to hire their new Data Protection Officer.

This B2B company, based in North Wiltshire (with excellent flexible working available) are paying up to 60,000 p/a. The successful candidate will initially begin smaller scale by managing their UK data protection requirements with a small team, before developing into the management of the company’s EU privacy requirements, and eventually their global function over time.

This very well invested and well supported GDPR change program has been in operation for a period of time, and the incoming DPO will required to manage their migration from this into a more business-as-usual structure.

You will have…

  • a deep knowledge of data protection, GDPR and other surrounding relevant regulatory requirements;
  • experience working within data management/information risk in a large-scale B2B organisation;
  • the expectation of driving the company’s privacy program throughout the business;
  • communication with senior management and stakeholders regularly;
  • a dynamic approach when viewing what data protection requirements that the company has;
  • the responsibility of being the go-to person for all data protection queries and advice;
  • a team to manage, and expectations over time to grow the team;
  • experience leading an audit program
  • a vision for their future global privacy strategy and will create a roadmap to get to them there.

The successful candidate will be…

  • someone with experience managing a privacy team or can demonstrate that they are ready to manage a team;
  • the subject matter expert on privacy and GDPR;
  • experienced with multiple jurisdictions around the world within a multinational/global company within a privacy role;
  • has a good understanding or how a global privacy function operates;
  • a strong leader of their entire privacy function and has the confidence in their knowledge to make decisions by themselves;
  • open to occasional travel, when required.

Very few opportunities come around which offer the right candidate such excellent flexible working arrangements, the opportunity to travel across the world, and promise that plan to develop their career to Global DPO status with such good support throughout.


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