Head of Data Protection

Reports To: Data Protection Officer
Department: Data Protection and Privacy
Location: Gibraltar
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Key Responsibilities / Duties:

  • Review new and existing market requirements.
  • Prepare the business for any regulatory changes or updates in advance of them becoming a legal requirement.
  • Prepare Board and C-Level updates on data protection relevant data protection matters and regulatory changes.
  • Work with the Data Protection Team to ensure the business has robust response plans for customers and internal stakeholders.
  • Collaborate with group stakeholders across all brands to ensure company can provide accurate and timely responses that are compliant with legislation.
  • Manage the Data Protection Team’s preparation of group wide data mapping.
  • Manage privacy team capacity to ensure regulatory deadlines are always adhered to.
  • Manage the Data Protection Team’s role in supporting the business with all relevant data protection laws, regulations, policies, and procedures.
  • Periodically review and where update (as needed) all customer facing privacy notices and internal policy documents to meet the highest standards.
  • Oversee the delivery of additional privacy awareness training to key stakeholder groups.
  • Review and advise on Data Processing Agreements, Data Sharing Agreements, in coordination with Legal and Information Security teams.
  • Conduct Data Protection Impact Assessments, in collaboration with the relevant internal stakeholders.
  • Liaise directly with regulator as required from time to time.

Key Working Relationships:

  • Privacy.
  • Business Process.
  • Compliance.
  • Information Security.
  • Internal Audit & Risk and Legal.

Person Specification, Skills, Experience & Qualifications:

  • Organised, focused, adaptable, and professional.
  • Proven track record in privacy programme management.
  • A strong communicator, with good interpersonal skills.
  • Able to manage a team.
  • Able to handle pressure.
  • CIPP/E, CIPM or equivalent qualification.

The successful candidate will have a proven track record working in Data Protection and Privacy, with a good working knowledge of IT Security, preferably dealing with multiple markets and territories. Experience in the Gambling Industry is preferred but not essential.

An excellent level of awareness of the current challenges faced by the ecommerce industry, in relation to data protection and privacy and able to articulate an appropriate and execute plans to address these challenges.

They will be able to work independently or collaboratively as part of a wider team, taking responsibility for delivering against the Data Protection and Privacy team’s wider objectives.


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