Job Title: Compliance and Operational Risk Manager
LOB: Enterprise Privacy
Corporate Title: Vice President or Director
The Enterprise Privacy Compliance and Operational Risk is looking for a seasoned privacy professional to join as a Compliance and Operational Risk manager.
In the role you will need prior experience advising on EMEA data privacy and cross border data movement activities and implementing a privacy compliance program. This role will have visibility to senior legal/risk/compliance/business leaders, and be expected to help set the strategic direction for privacy within the region.
The Enterprise Area of Coverage (“EAC”) Compliance and Operational Risk Manager for Data Privacy is a subject matter expert responsible for contributing to the independent compliance and operational risk oversight of Front Line Unit (“FLU”) and Control Function (“CF”) performance and any related third party/vendor relationships by engaging with the risk officer teams for the FLUs/CFs to independently advise those leaders on effectively managing compliance and operational risk in the area of coverage for the EMEA region. This role is responsible for providing EMEA wide oversight of adherence to the Privacy and Cross Border Data Movement Enterprise Policy and specific privacy and cross border data movement related laws, rules, regulations, and regulatory guidance, such as the EU General Data protection Regulation through the identification, escalation and timely mitigation of compliance and operational risks in alignment with the Compliance and Operational Risk Management Program and the Global Compliance Enterprise Policy (“GC Policy”).
As the Enterprise Privacy Compliance and Operational Risk Program Manager your responsibilities will include:
Working closely with cross-functional teams in legal/risk/compliance to advise the business on data privacy and cross border data movement activities within the EMEA regional primarily; may have global data privacy responsibilities as well
Overseeing the global privacy compliance program in EMEA including but not limited to identifying and remediating issues, development of monitoring and testing activities, implementation of regulatory changes
Overseeing key regulatory activities impacting EMEA including General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and Safe Harbor/Privacy Shield requirements
Collaborating with Enterprise Privacy and regional leadership to provide strategic guidance on emerging privacy trends and requirements
Privacy compliance and/or cross border data movement experience including implementing and overseeing global privacy law, rules, regulations (i.e. EU General Data Protection Regulation)
CIPP or other certification
Ability to build relationships internally and externally
Ability to think strategically
Excellent written and oral communication skills
A Self-motivated, hands-on, driven individual
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