Support Senior Director of Privacy’s efforts to lead and drive global privacy program operations across the Pfizer organization including matrix management of the network of over 30 business-aligned “Privacy Stewards,” keeping pace with the rapidly evolving privacy regulatory landscape including the new EU General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR).
Serve as subject matter resource and initial point of contact for Privacy Stewards including to:
- Manage resolution of issues escalated by Privacy Stewards to Global Privacy Office, including acting as a resource on operational issues related to data subject rights requests, privacy by design, executing data protection impact assessments and maintenance of data processing inventory.
- Use a variety of communication tools and techniques to educate, inform and train Privacy Stewards.
- Manage collection of privacy metrics from Privacy Stewards; analyze metrics to develop privacy reports for the Global Privacy Office and other organizational leadership.
- Act as subject matter expert; provide guidance to enable business areas to achieve goals and strategies while meeting privacy and data protection compliance requirements.
Manage privacy-related operational requirements for Pfizer’s legal division including:
- Maintain Legal Division personal data inventory
- Facilitate completion of data subject access rights requests
- Support data protection impact assessments
- Implement training and awareness for Legal Division colleagues.
Other areas of responsibility include:
- Coordinate with Business Technology and outside vendors to develop, implement and maintain technologies used to operationalize privacy program.
- Manage and conduct data privacy impact assessments in collaboration with in-house privacy counsel.
- Manage change necessary to achieve privacy compliance objectives and maintain a data privacy culture across the organization taking into account different market cultures and legal requirements.
- Support design and implementation of privacy program governance efforts.
- Manage relationships with internal and external subject matter experts, including outside counsel and consultants.
- Other ongoing day-to-day operational activities required to support the management of an effective privacy program including creating reports and documentation; improving tools and processes.
- Create presentation materials in support of above-described activities
- At least 8 years of relevant experience, preferably in a multi-national company
- Bachelor’s Degree required
- Excellent oral and written communication skills
- Strong interpersonal and teambuilding skills
- Ability to work well both independently and cross functionally
- Demonstrated ability to handle, prioritize and manage a high volume of varied projects
- Sound and practical business judgment and decision making
- Experience in privacy, legal or compliance
- Understanding of data privacy principles
- Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP)
EEO & Employment Eligibility
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