This Corporate Counsel role will support the company’s privacy program goals and compliance obligations across a number of business functions. The role will be responsible for negotiating vendor and customer-facing DPAs and security addenda and reviewing sponsorship and partner agreements pertaining to collection, use, and sharing of personal data in accordance with regulatory and contractual requirements. The Corporate Counsel, Privacy will also contribute to various program initiatives, as needed.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
- Build strong cross-functional relationships to achieve successful business outcomes.
- Review and negotiate data processing agreements (DPAs), security addenda, and agreements intended to facilitate the sharing of personal data.
- Maintain the privacy team’s templates and guidance across internal sites and collaboration tools.
- Assist with data mapping and documentation of Article 30 records of processing, complying with data subject requests, and data management.
- Provide timely and pragmatic legal advice to business stakeholders.
- Stay informed of applicable laws, regulations and industry guidance that may impact the company’s privacy practices.
- Perform other duties and projects as assigned.
ESSENTIAL KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:
- Demonstrates knowledge of key privacy concepts, terms and compliance obligations for state, federal, and international regulations and laws pertaining to the use of personal data.
- Ability to understand and apply the foundational privacy principles outlined in the GDPR and CCPA, as well as to effectively communicate these concepts to stakeholders.
- Strong relationship-building, problem-solving, and collaboration skills.
- Proven ability to successfully multi-task, remain responsive and agile to changes in business priorities, and to deliver pragmatic, risk-based recommendations.
- Demonstrated ability to work and manage time spent on projects independently.
EDUCATION, EXPERIENCE AND/OR LICENSES:
- JD from a top law school; member of at least one state bar in good standing.
- Minimum of 3 years’ direct experience (post-bar) in the legal practice of privacy or technology law and negotiation of DPAs required.
- In-house experience preferred.
- Experience negotiating partnership and data-sharing agreements or security addenda.
- IAPP Certified Information Privacy Professional (CIPP) or willingness to complete such certification within a reasonable time following hire.
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