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Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Dallas TX Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Houston TX Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Corporate Counsel, Privacy

Austin TX Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred. Legal 3 - 0 Full-time 2019-03-16

Corporate Counsel-Privacy, Data Security, & Product

Austin TX Duties: Manage data protection and cyber security, and ensure compliance with US, Canadian, provincial, and state laws. Create, manage, and ensure compliance with corporate policies. Conduct internal auditing of systems to ensure compliance with data protection and security laws and policies. Work closely with internal teams (e.g. IT, Member Services, Claims) in both North America and Europe to ensure that data is secure, and that company and member data is secure and protected. Manage response system and respond to cyber threats, potential data breaches, and similar risks to the integrity of information systems and data. Formulate and enact cyber security incident response process and post-incident response process. Learn and understand technology and forensic findings, and be able to effectively discuss such topics with technically skilled individuals and employees without technical familiarity. Advising on day-to-day data protection and cyber security issues. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with Privacy Policy. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with privacy disclosures on websites, app, and through other digital channels. Work closely with internal teams in North America and Europe to ensure that member data is recorded, maintained, and released only when appropriate or with the required documentation. Respond to requests from or complaints to federal, provincial, and/or state inquiries from governmental and/or consumer entities, agencies, or commissions. Ensure that any digital assets created by the company, or emails sent to members, comply with applicable privacy laws. Advise on day-to-day privacy issues. Serve as subject matter expert and primary point of contact for the global and North America product team as concerning developments and future strategies concerning technology, the vehicles and onboard equipment, the app, and the website. Provide high level advice to product team, including risk assessments, as concerning future product developments, and, work with team throughout lifecycle of the project. Update and draft supplemental terms and conditions. Provide and implement a standardization process and/or workflow for product team to follow when obtaining legal advice on product/technology topics. Develop and maintain a legal FAQ document for the product team. Monitor and share legal developments in data protection, privacy, and advertising laws across the company, and provide training and/or recommended course of action, if necessary, to ensure compliance. Work collaboratively across divisions to identify, develop, and share best practices. Ensure compliance with annual operating budget by, among other things, containing and effectively managing outside counsel legal fees and costs for responsible areas of law. Other duties, tasks, and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Top 20% of graduating class preferred. Current membership in the Texas State Bar. 2+ years of experience in legal representation of businesses on data protection, privacy, technology issues, technology law. Must also have experience in the following areas: Data protection, privacy, and/or technology law, Advising businesses, Working closely and collaboratively with IT, IS, and technology professionals, Applicable case law and statutes, The transportation ecosystem and competitors. Judicial clerkship or experience on law review or moot court preferred. Must be a business-savvy attorney who is detail oriented and works with the business to find solutions to complex challenges. Will be expected to exercise independent judgment on tasks, and manage multiple responsibilities, priorities, and deadlines. Ability to gain trust and work with all levels of an organization. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex legal issues, topics, and risks to non-lawyers. Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders and colleagues. High level of critical and analytical thinking.
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Business Analyst III-Ops
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Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# UBRY143037
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# OBIO143045
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel, Privacy
Refer job# TUVK143046
 
Corporate Counsel, Privacy The candidate assists with implementing and maintaining the organization's privacy program, including, training and awareness activities, advising and guiding implementation of process changes, maintenance of policies and procedures, and monitoring of privacy and data-related compliance and adherence to global privacy requirements and standards. Builds strategic relationships with key stakeholders across functions and regions to understand touchpoints for data management across the organization and to help problem-solve solutions for any compliance gaps. Enables deployment of a comprehensive privacy program, including documenting and maintaining internal policies and processes, including, processing activity logs under the GDPR, completing regulatory filings, drafting notices and contract templates on privacy and data related matters, and developing internal and external privacy program guidance summaries. Assists with implementation of compliance requirements related to the GDPR and other region/country-specific privacy requirements, data protection regulations, and data transfer restrictions or requirements. Participates in conducting periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation and works with functional teams to develop compliance strategies based on assessment outcomes. Drives vendor assessment processes for due diligence, contracting, and audit needs in partnership with legal, procurement, and security teams as needed. Delivers training and ongoing awareness and continuous improvement efforts related to data protection, privacy, and data hygiene. Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of all business associates and business associate agreements to enforce company privacy program standards. Facilitates and actively promotes longer term enterprise projects to address appropriate maintenance and retention practices for company data, including personal data, and engages with business teams to drive internal adoption of new practices and ways of thinking about data. Maintains current knowledge of applicable global, federal and state privacy laws and accreditation standards. Conducts information privacy related research as needed and delivers concise, accurate, and supported recommendations. Must have Law degree from an accredited law school. Should have 3+ years of active practice focused in the areas of data privacy, technology law, or compliance; or 5+ years of legal practice and demonstrated experience working in industries or areas of focus requiring enhanced regulation of data and/or data practices (i.e. financial, healthcare, audit, human resources). Experience with data privacy regulatory requirements and/or in-house experience with technology companies strongly preferred.
 
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Corporate Counsel-Privacy, Data Security, & Product
Refer job# RXEU142533
 
Duties: Manage data protection and cyber security, and ensure compliance with US, Canadian, provincial, and state laws. Create, manage, and ensure compliance with corporate policies. Conduct internal auditing of systems to ensure compliance with data protection and security laws and policies. Work closely with internal teams (e.g. IT, Member Services, Claims) in both North America and Europe to ensure that data is secure, and that company and member data is secure and protected. Manage response system and respond to cyber threats, potential data breaches, and similar risks to the integrity of information systems and data. Formulate and enact cyber security incident response process and post-incident response process. Learn and understand technology and forensic findings, and be able to effectively discuss such topics with technically skilled individuals and employees without technical familiarity. Advising on day-to-day data protection and cyber security issues. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with Privacy Policy. Maintain, update, and ensure compliance with privacy disclosures on websites, app, and through other digital channels. Work closely with internal teams in North America and Europe to ensure that member data is recorded, maintained, and released only when appropriate or with the required documentation. Respond to requests from or complaints to federal, provincial, and/or state inquiries from governmental and/or consumer entities, agencies, or commissions. Ensure that any digital assets created by the company, or emails sent to members, comply with applicable privacy laws. Advise on day-to-day privacy issues. Serve as subject matter expert and primary point of contact for the global and North America product team as concerning developments and future strategies concerning technology, the vehicles and onboard equipment, the app, and the website. Provide high level advice to product team, including risk assessments, as concerning future product developments, and, work with team throughout lifecycle of the project. Update and draft supplemental terms and conditions. Provide and implement a standardization process and/or workflow for product team to follow when obtaining legal advice on product/technology topics. Develop and maintain a legal FAQ document for the product team. Monitor and share legal developments in data protection, privacy, and advertising laws across the company, and provide training and/or recommended course of action, if necessary, to ensure compliance. Work collaboratively across divisions to identify, develop, and share best practices. Ensure compliance with annual operating budget by, among other things, containing and effectively managing outside counsel legal fees and costs for responsible areas of law. Other duties, tasks, and responsibilities as assigned.

Qualifications: JD from an accredited law school. Top 20% of graduating class preferred. Current membership in the Texas State Bar. 2+ years of experience in legal representation of businesses on data protection, privacy, technology issues, technology law. Must also have experience in the following areas: Data protection, privacy, and/or technology law, Advising businesses, Working closely and collaboratively with IT, IS, and technology professionals, Applicable case law and statutes, The transportation ecosystem and competitors. Judicial clerkship or experience on law review or moot court preferred. Must be a business-savvy attorney who is detail oriented and works with the business to find solutions to complex challenges. Will be expected to exercise independent judgment on tasks, and manage multiple responsibilities, priorities, and deadlines. Ability to gain trust and work with all levels of an organization. Excellent oral and written communications skills, including the ability to communicate complex legal issues, topics, and risks to non-lawyers. Ability to collaborate with multiple stakeholders and colleagues. High level of critical and analytical thinking.
 
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