GDPR Officer


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GDPR Officer



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Job Description:The eID Solutions business, comprising over 200 colleagues, is at the forefront of creating secure identity solutions and new innovative services of tomorrow leveraging modern technology. Our state-of-the-art solutions empower private and public sectors to deliver fast, secure, and compliant digital services to their users. We are the trusted supplier of the Danish national ID infrastructure MitID and are expanding internationally through strategic relationships with banks, merchants and the public sector. Together we transform the way people identify. eID Solutions is part of the Nets Nexi Group – the European PayTech.Why join us in 2024?
Think of the digital tools we use daily – from virtual shopping to contactless payments. They’re shaping our future. Join us to influence the future of digital banking in an innovative environment. With our global merger, the opportunities for personal growth and collaboration are immense.If you join us in the role of GDPR Officer, this is what you can expect from us:

  • Attractive salary and an overall competitive package
  • Well-structured training for the job and constant support from your manager
  • Hybrid way of working
  • Flexible work hours
  • Home equipment allowance
  • Equipment needed for the role (laptop and mobile phone, including monthly mobile phone subscription)
  • Health and DentistPrivate health insurance
  • Healthcare cost reimbursements
  • Sponsored sports activities
  • Voluntary pension fund (company-sponsored retirement plan or pension)
  • Referral bonuses for recommending new team members to join the company

About your future role
We are in search of a knowledgeable GDPR Risk Officer, who together with your colleagues, can ensure the company’s continuous compliance with data protection regulation, related laws, and standards.You will be an essential part of our GDPR Team, where you will refer to our Senior GDPR Risk Lead and our Head of Security, Risk & Compliance.We are a team with highly competent and passionate colleagues ensuring that our data are sufficiently protected across our business units.We are responsible for leading and supporting the implementation of data protection requirements across the business units, performing operational controls, and monitoring and maintaining data protection platforms in close cooperation with the business units.To Thrive in This Position

  • You need to be able to work both independently and as a part of a team, which means that it is quintessential that you are an organized person
  • You have strong analytical skills
  • You strive to enrich the cooperation with related business areas as well as relevant parties at our customers
  • You can be described as attentive, outgoing, and responsible and as someone who continuously seeks to expand your knowledge and competencies.

Key Responsibilities & Tasks

  • Advising and guiding business units on general and specific data protection related questions and issues
  • Maintain and monitor internal privacy tools and RoPAs
  • Monitoring actual GDPR compliance
  • Aligning with GDPR colleagues and identification of solutions to protect personal data to support our European journey
  • Drafting TIAs, LIAs, Privacy Risk Assessments and help conduct DPIAs
  • Conducting ad hoc audits of Business and Group Units
  • Monitoring changes in regulation, interpretation of national data protection laws, as well as GDPR, and facilitating implementation of these
  • Assist and consult on data breach management

Develop and conduct training and awareness activities within data protectionWhat makes you the best person for this job?
As you read about the role, are you eager to learn more? If so, review the qualifications that fit you for the position. Remember, beyond your skills and experience, it’s your potential that sets you up for success in your daily tasks.Qualifications needed to be successful in this role:

  • Legal background (e.g., Master of Law, cand.merc.jur)
  • Good communication skills in Danish and English both verbal and written
  • Minimum 1-3 years of professional experience working with GDPR
  • Knowledge of Nordic jurisdictions and administrative practice of data protection supervisory authorities, and willingness to dive into other regions privacy laws

Additional skillsets and experience that would make you a good fit:

  • If you have worked in an international context and have gained experience and knowledge about legislation in other jurisdictions, while having English as working language
  • If you have experience with risk management and/or enterprise risk management
  • Knowledge of EU regulations in general
  • Any Data Protection Certifications
  • Having experience in 1st/2nd line of defence work

Apply now!
If this opportunity resonates with you, we’d love to hear from you! Please apply at your earliest convenience. We’ll be reviewing applications continuously and closing the position once we’ve found the right fit. We are committed to creating a diverse culture where talents from all walks of life can feel like they truly belong.By exploring this job opening, you’re one step closer to joining us. We’re excited to learn more about you!If you are curious about working with us, but feel this is not the right role for you at this time, please join one of our communities following this link:
This way, we can stay in touch for future job openings.We look forward to getting to know you!Responsibilities:Qualifications:

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Sun, 05 May 2024 05:51:11 GMT

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