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ProfileCounsel, Privacy & Data Governance
Qualification and Experience
The candidate should have a J.D. from an accredited law school and 7 - 10 Years of related experience required.. In-house and top-tier law firm experience, with substantial focus on privacy, data governance and employee data protection compliance. Experience building and managing successful data governance programs, including management and protection of customer and other sensitive data. In-depth knowledge of domestic and global privacy laws and regulations, including China Cybersecurity Law and associated standards, GDPR, PIPA, CPRA, BIPA, CUBI. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, impeccable integrity, good judgment, and strong analytical skills. Someone who is flexible, pragmatic, and has a keen sense of humor. Collaborative by nature and able to build strong partnerships. Comfortable in a fast-paced environment, with the ability to manage and prioritize a diverse and complex workload. Ability to influence beyond authority in a complex and matrixed organization. Demonstrated ability to develop and implement global, enterprise-wide policies and practices. Demonstrated ability to support and collaborate cross-functionally (IT, Infosec, R&D, marketing, sales, commercial legal and engineering teams). Experience with data privacy impact assessments, risk assessments, and data mapping. Familiarity with cybersecurity standards and frameworks. CIPP preferred. CISSP or technical/systems background a huge plus. Multiple language proficiency a huge plus. Experience with platforms like OneTrust or TrustArc a plus.