data protection lead in london

posted
10 July 2019
contact
harvey thompson, randstad technologies
job type
permanent
salary
£ 50,000 - £ 65,000 per year, Benefits
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posted
location
london
specialism
IT
sub specialism
Network, Systems & Security
job type
permanent
working hours
Full-Time
salary
£ 50,000 - £ 65,000 per year, Benefits
reference number
HTRB82363634
contact
harvey thompson, randstad technologies

job description

Randstad Technologies are delighted to be partnered with a luxury fashion retailer in London on their search for a Data Protection Lead. The role is newly created due to continued company growth and will be working at group level.

The company are globally admired and a true pioneer in their field, as such, they've got a very robust security function in place. The fundamental purpose of the role is to keep the company in line with EU GDPR and the Data Protection Act 2018. You'll be doing this by undertaking impact assessments, overseeing data requests, responding to alleged breaches, conducting Privacy Impact Assessments and generally building a culture into the business.

Experience Required:



* Prior experience as a DPO, DPM or above.
* Expert knowledge of data protection law and practises.
* Hands on experience of developing and embedding data privacy programmes that provide full business awareness of data breach risks.
* Ability to translate technical concepts to non expert business areas.

What's in it for you?



* Generous basic salary.
* Staff discount.
* A comprehensive benefits package.
* Flexible working.
* The chance to have a genuine influence and impact on a security team within a globally admired business.

Randstad Technologies Ltd is a leading specialist recruitment business for the IT industry. Please note that due to a high level of applications, we can only respond to applicants whose skills & qualifications are suitable for this position. No terminology in this advert is intended to discriminate against any of the protected characteristics that fall under the Equality Act 2010. For the purposes of the Conduct Regulations 2003, when advertising permanent vacancies we are acting as an Employment Agency, and when advertising temporary/contract vacancies we are acting as an Employment Business.

skills

information security