Legal Privacy Analyst

18 Mar 2017
17 Apr 2017
Contract Type
Full Time
An exciting opportunity has arisen for a Privacy Analyst to join a world leading global organisation, our client Unilever are currently looking for a Privacy Analyst to work in the Global Privacy Team, based at Unilever's prestigious facility in Blackfriars, London. This is a full time temporary role for a period of 6 months working a 36.25 hour week. This role is paying £220 per day limited or £44,115 pro rata, depending on experience.

Main Job Purpose
The role requires an individual with experience or strong knowledge in the field of Privacy, Data Protection and IT Security and legal background.

Responsibilities (under supervision of the Global Privacy team):

*Maintain a database of the Global Privacy Network including Data Protection Officers, Privacy Champions, and other key contacts pertaining to privacy, together with records of training and outstanding actions.
*Be the first point of contact for the Global Privacy Network and escalate queries where necessary. Maintain a log of advice provided.
*Maintain a global register of notifications to regulators of processing activities and potential personal data breaches. Assist with the co-ordination of filing and registration requirements when required.
*Monitor the status of all internal data breach investigations, and update the CPO and CISO.
*Support the Global Privacy CoE in conducting global privacy assessments of business units. Consolidate information obtained during the assessment, complete analysis as assigned, and assist with the production and communication of the final report.
*Coordinate and report on the remediation activities following privacy assessments.
*Maintain working knowledge and understanding of privacy laws and guidelines with respect to the EU market and GDPR.
*Establish close relationships with local Data Protection Officers, Information Protection Officers and other members of the legal function.
*Support the M&A function with privacy review of new acquisitions and other BAU activities post acquisition.

Skills and experience required:

*Legal background
*Proven ability and commitment to work both independently and collaboratively with numerous people at all levels throughout the company.
*Demonstrated ability, in a positive, commercial and practical manner, to identify, prioritise and resolve issues quickly and effectively.
*Logical thinker with excellent organisational, communication, and administrative skills.
*Exceptional written and verbal skills.
*Good knowledge of Microsoft Office (Word, PowerPoint and Excel)
*Sound business judgment, and flexibility/adaptability to manage multiple wide-ranging matters, conflicting deadlines, and new areas of expertise, as business needs change.

Desired Characteristics:

*English plus other language skills (French/German) an advantage.
*We're looking for a tenacious individual who will approach challenges in a solutions-orientated way.
*You will be a relationship builder: an excellent communicator and influencer who builds strong networks and relationships, internally and externally It is essential to be a juggler - a leader who can organise and manage their time to deliver to deadlines, juggle priorities and handle a changing environment.
*You will be a true international and will have a holistic and legal understanding of different territories.