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Privacy Compliance Auditor

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The Privacy Compliance Auditor will perform day to day activities centered around monitoring, testing, and remediation of business processes and controls in support of compliance with privacy obligations. The analyst will work closely with a variety of compliance teams, and the Privacy Office and will partner regularly with business units across the enterprise. The analyst will work with the Privacy Office to identify new privacy obligations and activities and will document the processes and controls for ongoing monitoring and testing. Once documented, the analyst will be responsible for maintaining the accuracy, completeness, and integrity of the data and will be responsible for creating and executing workpapers and test plans. The analyst will continually monitor risks relating to privacy compliance activities, perform regular testing of controls, and will assist in designing and implementing appropriate procedures to ensure processes and compliance activities are being performed.

What you'll do in your role.

  • Help implement and maintain a detailed Privacy Compliance Monitoring & Testing plan that will identify the monitoring and testing activities that the analyst will perform during the year. Status reports from these activities will be provided to the Sr Manager, Monitoring & Testing.
  • Interview, gather and obtain documentation relating to the privacy obligations and related activities across the entire company. The analyst will summarize the data and systematically capture the information in a GRC tool.
  • Evaluate privacy obligations and activities in coordination with the Privacy Office and business process owners; identify, document, and perform required or recommended monitoring & testing of controls.
  • Create a series of compliance reports that will be used to manage and oversee all significant privacy obligations related compliance activities.
  • Ensure quality, consistency, and operability of new and existing controls
  • Work with process and control owners to monitor and manage requirements related to ongoing privacy obligations down to the process level
  • Validate and update documentation as needed to ensure scope, testing, and remediation activities are accurate and effective.
  • Execute the Monitoring and Testing plan, document the results of the monitoring and testing, socialize and work with business owners to remediate monitoring and testing findings.
  • Participate in projects centered on new privacy regulations to gather legal requirements and inventory controls for the purposes of compliance monitoring and testing.

The experience you'll bring.

  • 2-4 years of experience identifying, documenting, analyzing and testing controls
  • Familiarity with Privacy laws and data protection regulations
  • Strong knowledge of risk identification and management
  • Skilled in documenting Compliance requirements, controls, and processes flows
  • Experience working in an agile environment comprised of varying levels of compliance maturity
  • Good project management skills and the ability to quickly learn new technology
  • Excellent communication and writing skills
  • Good technical skills including a good working knowledge of Excel, PowerPoint and Visio.

License or Certification (preferred)
  • CIPP (Certified Information Privacy Professional)
  • CCEP (Certified Compliance & Ethics Professional)
  • LPEC (Leadership Professional in Ethics & Compliance)

Education
  • Bachelor’s Degree. Accounting, Finance or Business or related fields Compliance, Legal, or Audit experience
Position details

Req ID: 131360BR

Department: Legal

Travel Required: No

Position(s) remaining: 1

Position posted for
72 days
# of candidates that have applied 62
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