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Founded in 2001 and headquartered in Seattle, Slalom has organically grown to over 7,500 employees*. Slalom was named one of Fortune's 100 Best Companies to Work For in 2019 and is regularly recognized by employees as a best place to work.
Job Title: Data Privacy Program Manager
This candidate will be responsible for supporting and managing the Global Privacy Program and should have prior exposure to global privacy and data protection laws and regulations, fair information practices and core privacy and data protection principles, direct marketing techniques, workplace monitoring, financial privacy requirements, online privacy, and information security.
Oversee and be the first escalation point for data protection queries, data subject rights requests, data protection impact assessments, and data mapping.
Work cross-functionally within Slalom to manage data privacy and related compliance projects, processes, and technologies. Ability to build relationships with the various departments and to strategically input privacy into current and/or future state operations. Surface technical and scope trade-offs required to allow for informed decisions.
Work with the Slalom Legal Team and the business to raise awareness of data protection best practices, drive compliance to privacy regulations, and ensure that stakeholders are incorporating privacy protection into their ongoing ways of working and decision making.
Work with the Slalom Legal Team to collaborate with and assist business units to develop corrective action plans for identified privacy compliance issues.
Work cross-functionally within Slalom to develop continuous improvements to privacy program.
Evaluate the impact, and monitor the performance and effectiveness of, data protection assessments; undertake other privacy and data protection-related investigations where necessary.
Inventory, review, and continually update data sources, data flows, and data processing activities.
Write and update data protection documentation and guidelines; document processes and process amendments as required by regulations.
Coordinate and participate in the development of guidance as well as training and awareness materials for relevant business functions involved in the processing of personal data.
Participate in new business initiatives and product development activities to identify and escalate privacy considerations.
Provide regular program status reports and metrics to stakeholders.
Participate in external data privacy-related organizations to share and collaborate on best practices.
Conduct privacy impact assessments to assess and mitigate risks related to processing, transmission and storage of PII data specific privacy-related requirements and potential vulnerabilities, including managing the privacy impact assessment process.
Be willing and able to be a self-starter who can work independently, while managing multiple priorities.
Minimum of a Bachelor's Degree or equivalent experience
Minimum 5 years of experience in data privacy program development and management
International Association of Privacy Professionals (IAPP) Certification - CIPP, CIPM or CIPT
Ability to work with key business and technology stakeholders to develop and implement solutions to ensure that appropriate data privacy standards and practices are in place
Evidence of strong data privacy program or project management skillset with working experience to manage concurrent initiatives
Demonstrated ability to understand and articulate the complexity of business processes, and build/develop practical communications plans based upon those needs
Demonstrated ability to translate business needs into technical requirements
Demonstrated knowledge and work experience in data protection and adherence to privacy regulations such as GDPR and CCPA
Experience with OneTrust Tool
Prior data privacy-related consulting experience
Professional Skills Requirements
Excellent communication (verbal and written), facilitation, and interpersonal skills, including the ability to communicate effectively at multiple levels of the organization, ranging from detailed product documentation for engineering to executive level presentation skills to developing sales training materials
Inquisitive, adaptive, and agile learner
A hands-on privacy practitioner with the ability to shift between operational and strategic mindsets
Highly motivated self-started with the ability to work collaboratively and independently
Demonstrated ability to navigate unstructured processes and to simultaneously manage responsibilities of multiple/concurrent work streams and competing demands
Demonstrated competency in thinking strategically, analytically, conceptually, and innovatively, including the ability to synthesize and analyze data
Ability to flourish in a challenging, fast-paced, constantly evolving environment, operate with high standards and integrity, and exhibit excellent multi-tasking skills
Demonstrated ability to build relationships, establish trust, and form effective alliances across teams and functions to ensure optimal end-to-end delivery
Demonstrated commitment to high quality and attention to detail
Demonstrated ability to work cross-functionally with multiple stakeholders and competing priorities
Slalom Is An Equal Opportunity Employer And All Qualified Applicants Will Receive Consideration For Employment Without Regard To Race, Color, Religion, Sex, National Origin, Disability Status, Protected Veteran Status, Or Any Other Characteristic Protected By Law.