global privacy lead in brentford

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brentford, south east
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Pharma Global Privacy Leader

Location: Brentford

Contract: 12 months

Pay rate: Competitive

An exciting new opportunity to work in a Lead role dealing with privacy within one of the largest pharmaceuticals companies in the world, dealing and interfacing with senior stakeholders and managing multiple business users.

Key Responsibilities:

1 Develop and lead the Pharma BU global privacy programme utilising a risk based prioritisation approach (agreed/signed off by risk owner and Leadership team member), and provide informed challenge and input into Privacy CoE plans to ensure appropriate adopt/adapt strategy of the Enterprise Risk Plan.
2 Design and drive the implementation of the Privacy Internal Control Framework into existing and new Business activities, including tracking agreed actions to closure and ensuring ongoing maintenance and review. This includes completing privacy impact assessments, developing and implementing mitigating controls and reviewing results from monitoring and auditing to ensure any findings or risk are remediated by the BU or GSF
3 Understand and articulate the needs of business and technical stakeholders via regular dialogue and proactively advise them on Privacy issues to mitigate risks
4 Status report to senior governance bodies such as BU RMCBs
5 Support the design, global implementation and tracking progress of privacy-related training for BU staff
6 Analyze and implement process changes required from the changing global landscape on Privacy laws
7 Embed Privacy by Design into new Business activities, including assessing impact and influencing framework change where necessary, including by staying current with ever changing Privacy Laws
8 Maintain ongoing communication with Country Privacy Advisors and other LOC stakeholders to ensure continued alignment between global and local processes
9 Support submission by DPOs or CPAs to Regulators for any notifications of processing of personal information and assist in any complaints, incidents or breach notification impacting their BU.
10 Support responses to Individual Rights Management requests, ensuring the right stakeholders are engaged in the information collection.
11 Drive continuous improvement and support capability/quality innovation including benchmarking with other BUs internally and external companies - both within and outside the industry


* Bachelor's Degree in business administration, Law or equivalent Privacy qualification
* Extensive experience of working within the Business unit or Global Support Functions (or previous organisation) as a process owner or experience of application compliance
* Experience in Privacy or Governance, Risk and Compliance, particularly with regards to delivery of risk management internal controls and compliance
* IAPP Certification or similar

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