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GDPR Consultant

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FourthLine are currently working with a Times 100 Financial Services institution based in Yorkshire. They are looking for a GDPR Consultant to join their current Data Protection team and provide advisory capability to a number of their workstreams.

Role Requirements:

  • Contribute to the development of Data Protection strategy. Supporting plans, ensuring that progress against plans within own area of responsibility is monitored, reported and managed
  • Active stakeholder influence, engagement and management to ensure delivery of key objectives
  • Propose and help implement policies, processes and practices that are pragmatic, customer focussed and aligned with business requirements
  • Take ownership for complex issues, working across all business areas to ensure a compliant, timely and pragmatic solution is applied
  • Provide accurate and timely expertise and advice that aligns with organisational and colleague requirements and the GDPR
  • Take ownership of personal objectives, ensuring these are monitored and evaluated on an ongoing basis
  • Inspire and engage others through role modelling the values and behaviours within your team and support the development of a high-performance culture
  • Ensure risks relating to own area of responsibility and/or the wider business are robustly anticipated, mitigated and managed

Experience Required:

  • Ability to engage, influence and work in partnership with a wide range of stakeholders, explaining legal and regulatory concepts to business managers to ensure buy in
  • Records and Processing activity workstream exposure
  • Experience of drafting Privacy Notices
  • Good end user IT skills (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
  • Proven ability to focus on detail and deliver high quality outcomes
  • Understanding of the GDPR and wider Data Protection legislation
  • Working in a function with responsibility for Data Protection/Privacy
  • Working in a regulated environment and/or working to industry standards
  • Using initiative to solve problems and seeking advice where needed
  • Working successfully in a professional team to achieve functional objectives

If this role sounds of interest then please apply with your CV today

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