Corporate Counsel - Privacy & Compliance, Tandem Diabetes Care, San Diego, CA

What you need for this position:

  • Juris doctorate (with a license to practice in the state of California) preferred, but equivalent education and significant applicable job experience will be considered (if no JD, job title would be reconsidered).
  • BS/BA degree in a related field.
  • Security, Privacy or Audit Certifications, such as CISSP, CIPP, CISA, CISM strongly preferred.
  • Minimum 5-7 years of practical privacy compliance experience involving personal health information (e.g., conducting privacy assessments, drafting privacy notices and/or external privacy collateral, advising on privacy-by-design, developing internal policies and procedures, etc.) in key global markets
  • In-depth knowledge of data protection and privacy laws, such as HIPAA, PIPEDA, US Patriot Act, Breach Notification laws, EU 95/46, GDPR, regional and country specific laws throughout globe, ISO and other standards bodies and international standards.
  • Knowledge of, and working experience with, appropriate responses to privacy breach events, including interactions with relevant federal and state authorities.
  • Experience reviewing, drafting, and negotiating:
    • information security and privacy provisions in agreements
    • privacy and data transfer or processing agreements
    • network access, disaster recovery and other related technology agreements
  • Demonstrated privacy, compliance or other form of operational experience translating legal and regulatory requirements into a comprehensive privacy program that utilizes practical processes and practices for global IT systems, services and operations.
  • Experience advising clients with heavy direct to consumer contact through multiple channels of communication (phone, email, text, web).
  • Understanding of risks facing a global medical device company, such as anti-bribery, anti-corruption, and anti-kickback laws, rules and regulations.
  • Ability to identify compliance issues and resolve them through both internal and external research.
  • Ability to operate independently and develop and implement strategies to maximize the efficiency and effectiveness of the global legal function.
  • High level of integrity supported by sound judgment and ethics.
  • Effective verbal and written communication and presentation styles to interact with diverse audiences, including outside attorneys, senior management and business associates.
  • Technical understanding of IT infrastructure, web-based software and mobile Apps and ability to work with IT and engineering teams in applying privacy-by-design principles.
  • Familiarity with global import/export and logistics compliance matters.
  • Understanding of business and privacy sensitivities of healthcare organizations
  • Ability to handle complex matters, across multiple simultaneous initiatives that require discretion, confidentiality and prioritization.

Application Submission Information:

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