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Senior Data Privacy Adviser

Employer
Manpower
Location
UK
Salary
Competitive
Closing date
15 Oct 2021

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Sector
Technology & New Media
Contract Type
Permanent
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Our Ambition

At ManpowerGroup our ambition is to lead in the creation and delivery of innovative workforce solutions and services that enable our clients to win in the changing world of work. We connect more than 600,000 people every day to meaningful work across a wide range of skills and industries helping to power the success of clients around the world. Working for us means you'll be part of a family of brands, each uniquely positioned to address different talent challenges.

Job Purpose

To support the Data Privacy Officer within a fast-paced environment with the provision of strategic advice, planning and compliance with all aspects of the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), Data Protection Act 2018 and associated legislation and guidance.

To review contracts and clauses from a Data Privacy position and support projects, conduct audits, administer Records of Processing Activities (ROPA)/Asset Assessments, undertake Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and demonstrate compliance with the GDPR/Data Protection Act 2018 as necessary, ensuring safeguards are in place so that personal data held by ManpowerGroup is compliant with the Data Protection related legislation, protocols, guidance and standards.

To administer statutory subject rights requests and act as a point of escalation for the Data Privacy Adviser with complex requests. To deliver training/development and awareness for ManpowerGroup personnel in their data privacy obligations.

Accountabilities

Support the Data Privacy Officer to direct and lead ManpowerGroup UK/Ireland with the provision of strategic advice, planning, and compliance with all aspects of the GDPR, Data Protection Act 2018, associated legislation and guidance
Support the Data Privacy Officer in representing the ManpowerGroup UK/Ireland with the Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) and other relevant Regulatory Authorities , and act as a main point of contact for data subjects in all matters relating to the protection of their personal data, including information rights, breach notifications, complaints, investigations, confidentiality arrangements
Work with project leads to ensure data privacy compliance is addressed at the outset of new proposals, services and developments within the ManpowerGroup, involving the processing of personal data
Undertake Vendor Data Privacy Risk Assessments
Maintain and develop active and effective relationships with ManpowerGroup personnel including representing the company at relevant meetings, conferences, forums etc, to share best practice
Develop, maintain, and administer the OneTrust (Data Privacy) application (or similar product)
Support the business to undertake their Information Asset Owner's and Business Process Owner responsibilities and develop Asset Operating Rules, DPIAs, Audit processes and Risk Assessments
Conduct and maintain Information Asset Register, Records of Processing and Consent Management as required.
Conduct GDPR/Data Protection compliance training and introduce support and guidance materials across the Group
Conduct specific information compliance projects escalating issues of threat, risk and harm as appropriate to the Data Privacy Officer
Conduct reviews in response to Information Commissioner's Office (ICO) or other Regulatory body Assessments, Data Breaches and to draft responses to the Regulator within the required time limits, escalating any significantly complex/contentious matters or areas of risk as necessary
Manage complaints and disputes from individuals on the handling of their information i.e. the accuracy and information held or the retention of information
Keep abreast of developments in relation to legal, regulatory, and best practice guidance on Audit and Compliance related matters, implement and communicate relevant updates
Support the Data Privacy Officer in making changes across the business to improve the management of informationPrinciple Competencies

Proven knowledge and practical application of Data Protection Legislation, information management principles and other relevant legislatio
Interact professionally with both internal and external customers, ensuring that data protection needs and expectations are appropriately understood, managed and delivered
Engage closely with the Business/Operational teams to clearly understand current processes, providing support and being able to provide an expert view on how the issues can be addressed
Be able to use expert knowledge to improve the understanding of other Manpower colleagues, translating technical terminology as appropriate to ensure effective communication
Ensure that data analysis models optimally support the underlying business processes as efficiently as possible, maintaining simplicity and focus upon deliverables and user requirements
Ensure that appropriate documentation is delivered in a timely manner ensuring accuracy and quality of output(s) at all times
Gain an enhanced understanding of Manpower's systems and how they inter-relate to be able to provide a view of the relationships and implications of potential changes
Demonstrate an ability to think ahead and anticipate opportunities and problems and actively anticipate the impact of decisions on a wider environment.Experience

Data Protection practical skills of at least 5-10 years in a large organisation
Data Protection Contractual Clause review
Vendor Data Privacy Assessments
Ability to analyse and interpret information related legislation.
Ability to present data protection requirements in an easy to understand manner
Ability to influence change to drive operational performance and efficiency
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