Global Risk - Privacy Senior Manager, Deloitte Global, Primary Location-US-IL-Chicago, Specific locations available worldwide

Lead the Global Privacy team on current workstreams and develop strategies for current and future privacy efforts.

Detailed Position Description:

  • Lead the Global Privacy team on current workstreams and develop strategies for current and future privacy efforts
  • Recruit and onboard Global Privacy team members and serve as the go-to expert for privacy-related questions both on the Global Privacy team and across the global network
  • Manage and lead ongoing privacy compliance activities with an eye towards creating process efficiencies wherever possible
  • Define, update, maintain, and enhance privacy compliance program requirements
  • Complete privacy compliance reviews and oversee remediation activities across the global network
  • Monitor the system/process development for privacy compliance
  • Provide subject matter expertise insight on a variety of privacy-related programs, initiatives, and workflows (e.g., notices, assessments, cookies/consent management, third-party requirements, incident management, etc.)
  • Understand and apply how privacy technologies can serve as an enabler for privacy program operations and assist with deployment of privacy-enhancing technologies
  • Enhance the Global Privacy Program to improve governance and readiness for product, operations, and data-driven business models through the creation and revision of policies, standards, and guidance
  • Complete periodic reviews of applicable privacy policies in light of changes to laws, rules, regulations, and organizational policies
  • Monitor and evaluate evolving laws, rules, regulations, and guidance to maintain compliance and strategic alignment
  • Lead the development of the Global Privacy team’s eminence throughout the global network and to third parties

Qualifications:

  • Strong understanding of technology and security issues impacting privacy programs
  • Strong professional services orientation: must deliver quality, have demonstrated ability to build stakeholder relationships, conduct privacy stakeholder interviews and lead working sessions, and leverage excellent communication skills with executive presence
  • Excellent program management skills: proven ability of driving issues to resolution, strong independent judgment, and ability to evaluate risk
  • Adaptable and resilient: strong problem-solving abilities, flexible, able to navigate transformational growth and ambiguity, show initiative and anticipate needs, and able to focus on multiple workstreams at once
  • Bachelor’s Degree
  • Minimum of 8 years’ related experience
  • Certification in Privacy (e.g., CIPP, CIPT, CIPM, CDPSE certification)
  • Proficiency in MS Office - PowerPoint, Word, and Excel 

Other Qualifications:

  • Strong awareness of ongoing and recent developments across the privacy landscape
  • Experience and strong understanding of security for privacy concepts and technologies such as data access governance, data classification, data discovery, encryption, masking, tokenization, information rights management, and data loss prevention
  • Law degree and/or advanced degree with client services and/or in-house experience
  • Experience with privacy-related technology solutions (e.g., OneTrust)
  • Experience working in SharePoint, Tableau, OneDrive, and Teams

Other Position Locations:

US-TX-Houston, UK-London-London, US-TX-Dallas, US-TX-Austin, CA-ON-Greater Toronto, DE-North Rhine Westphalia-Düsseldorf, US-GA-Atlanta, AU-New South Wales-Sydney, US-FL-Miami, US-AL-Birmingham, US-OH-Cleveland, US-OH-Columbus, US-OH-Cincinnati, US-NC-Charlotte, US-PA-Glen Mills, DE-Berlin-Berlin, CA-BC-Greater Vancouver, US-MD-Baltimore, US-PA-Philadelphia, UK-Scotland & Northern Ireland-Edinburgh, BE-Region Center-Brussels, CA-AB-Calgary, UK-Wales-Cardiff

Application Submission Information:

Apply online: https://dtt.taleo.net/careersection/10400/jobdetail.ftl?lang=en&job=D109791