at CPM UK
Thame, England, United Kingdom - OX9 3PG
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We’re looking to recruit an experienced Data Privacy and Compliance Manager to join our team here at CPM. Salary up to £50k per annum, 26 days holiday plus bank holidays and 1 day extra per year of service up to 31 days. Buy/sell holiday scheme for an additional 5 days; Company Bonus, Pension scheme, Life Insurance and Employee Benefits & Discounts portal (discounts from a wide range of retailers plus much more!)
Location: Thame OX9 3PG United Kingdom
Working as part of the wider compliance team across the global CPM group, the data privacy and compliance manager is responsible for the adherence of CPM UK to group led policies and procedures, as well as regulatory, legislative, internal and external requirements.
Performing regular audits, maintaining control systems, and helping to design and implement company policies, they will monitor internal compliance to ensure that the business has a coordinated strategy for managing Data privacy, governance, risk management and compliance. Identifying issues and then working with internal stakeholders and project owners at all levels to drive focus and improvement across our business to remediate and manage.
Experience of driving change and compliance in a large organization, including good working knowledge of governance, project planning, risk and issue management and mitigation.
Strong knowledge of EU & UK data privacy and data protection regulation, and a good understanding of other major privacy frameworks and evolving legislation worldwide.
Detail-oriented approach needed to recommend and implement strategic improvements on a range of data privacy and data protection issues.
Ability to provide clear advice to help and support the business to achieve their objectives while also doing the right thing for CPM and its clients and employees.
Ability to present accurate and concise updates, ensuring that significant risks and issues are escalated as appropriate.
Strong interpersonal and stakeholder management/influencing skills, with the ability to make a ‘sometimes difficult/technical’ subject seem simple.
Bachelor’s degree in a technical or analytical field or equivalent experience
EU GDPR-F & EU GDPR-P Certifications
Coordination with stakeholders e.g. Legal and Data Privacy to translate local policy requirements into actionable items.
Support the creation and/or maintenance of local policy, process and procedures.
Support the maintenance of existing frameworks e.g., ISO 9001, ISO 14001 and Privacy Management by co-ordinating external audit programmes/consultants to maintain accreditation and certification.
Support with business continuity planning (BCP) – this will include being involved in the maintenance of the BCP document and involvement in testing of the BCP.
Work with various vendors and service providers to ensure compliance with applicable standards.
Undertake the role of Data Protection & Privacy champion for CPM UK, working collaboratively with Data Protection & Privacy champions across the CPM group and participate in regular meetings and learning events.
Adopt the role of approver and “local administrator” of the OneTrust Privacy, Security & Governance platform.
To assist in the data privacy impact assessment and record of processing activity process and ensure assessments are carried out in a timely, accurate manner
To respond in a timely manner to data and information security incidents and breaches
Carry out regular reviews of CPM UK’s data processing operations and the accessibility of personal data.
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A technical or analytical field or equivalent experience
Thame, United Kingdom