Bruin are currently seeking candidates for their open Senior Data Privacy Manager position in Surrey, Greater London through Go Job Search. Are you an experienced candidate looking to take up a Senior Data Privacy Manager role such as with an industry leading company like Bruin?
Leading Asset Manager seeking a Senior Data Privacy Manager to join their Surrey office with a regional focus on APAC.
- Provide lead regional support for the firm’s APAC jurisdictions
- Assist the business with developing procedures, controls and protocols relating to the data privacy/protection risks of the firm for region (APAC) and topics of coverage that this role leads on,
- Investigate and respond to any supervisory authority enquiries in partnership with jurisdictional DP partners on data privacy/protection issues.
- Provide advice and guidance to the business areas by pro-active support and involvement in business projects and respond to day to day queries on data privacy/protection issues.
- Conduct Regulation horizon analysis, as it relates to Privacy matters co-ordinating with Privacy team members,
- Support the APAC DP Partners and the business in the analysis and implementation of any new Data Privacy/Protection legislation identified as part of the Reg Horizon process specific to the region;
- Support and guide on any Data Privacy/protection related monitoring carried out by Compliance, Audit, Quality Control or Information Security teams.
- Maintain and further develop relevant departmental procedures and standards
- Contribute to the quarterly & annual MI, with specific responsibility for International Data Transfers, Reg Horizon process and regional activities
Skills/ Experience Required
- Strong compliance skills, namely enquiring, reviewing and ability to challenge
- Good understanding of Data Privacy/Protection legislation
- Good understanding of the Privacy arrangements as it applies to the APAC countries
- An understanding of Investment Management products and the wider FS landscape would be advantageous
- Excellent organisational skills, ability to manage and prioritise several tasks simultaneously, working under pressure and to tight deadlines.
- Confident questioning and effective listening skills.
- Team player who can also work independently.
- Good interpersonal skills with the ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.
Bruin recognises the positive value of diversity, and aims to promote equality and challenge unfair discrimination. As a champion of equal opportunity employment we welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons – men and women, people of all ages, sexual orientations, nationalities, religions and beliefs. We particularly encourage applications from women, disabled, and Black, Asian and minority ethnic candidates as these groups are underrepresented throughout the financial services industry. Our clients work with us because they value a diverse workforce, and subscribe to our shared principle that all appointments are made on merit and that ability to perform the job will be the primary consideration.
Apply now and a member of the team at Bruin will get in touch with you to discuss your career options further.