Situation Vacant – Senior Analyst, Privacy

As one of the world’s leading asset managers, Invesco is dedicated to helping investors worldwide achieve their financial objectives. By delivering the combined power of our distinctive investment management capabilities, we provide a wide range of investment strategies and vehicles to our clients around the world.

Your role :

You will be working with key stakeholders throughout Invesco globally to enable privacy obligations to be met whilst supporting overarching business objectives.
Reporting to the Director, Global Privacy Office, in this role you will be part of our Global Privacy Office function, with involvement in privacy matters impacting the organization globally.

What your will be doing :

  • Identify evolving privacy requirement and risks inherent in Invesco’s operations and in the development of new products and services
  • Assist with the design and implementation of company-wide privacy policies, processes, and procedures
  • Assist business functions with the design of function-level privacy processes, procedures, and controls
  • Support maintenance (by data owners) of an inventory of personal data processing. Educate the data owners on their responsibilities (what is personal data, how is it used, who has access to it, documentation required, etc.)
  • Promote activities to foster privacy awareness within the organization and related entities
  • Support training activities to ensure that employees are well-informed on key privacy issues
  • Support staff and project management on conducting Privacy Impact Assessments including privacy risk analysis and mitigation
  • Assist in privacy compliance reviews, including relating to third-parties where applicable
  • Assist with investigations into privacy incidents, breaches and complaints
  • Assist with the management of data subject rights and requests, and ongoing tracking and monitoring of such processes and requests
  • Proactively maintain current knowledge of applicable privacy regulations, laws and accreditation standards, and monitor advancements in privacy
  • Other duties as assigned

What you will bring:

  • Proven experience working directly in the area of privacy.
  • Demonstrable knowledge and understanding of global privacy legislation (e.g. GDPR, UK GDPR, CCPA, GLBA, PIPEDA, notice of breach laws, etc.)
  • Experience using and configuring OneTrust, or similar enterprise privacy management systems
  • Experience on privacy considerations of cloud platforms, artificial intelligence, digital marketing or data analytics.
  • Demonstrable ability to translate privacy regulations and/or standards into workable and implementable solutions
  • Understanding of the financial services industry (preferred)
  • Building and managing relationships at various levels of the organization
  • Working in large / global corporate environments involving multiple businesses
  • Understanding of audit/risk management methodologies and regulatory requirements pertaining to privacy and/or data
  • Experience working with staff from external support organizations (e.g. consultancy firms)
  • Risk identification, assessment, response and mitigation planning, and reporting
  • Project management experience desired
  • Collation of material for reporting (including developing relevant metrics)
  • Self-starter with entrepreneurial spirit; hands-on and quick decision-maker
  • Communicator and presenter (written and verbal, including to large or formal audiences)
  • Ability to translate complex/technical topics into business language and to articulate points in terms widely understood
  • Proven analysis and assessment skills to evaluate risks and recommend action based on fact
  • Conceptual thinking and communication skills – the ability to conceptualize complex business and technical requirements into comprehensible models and templates
  • Collaborative style to engage effectively with all personalities and across functional disciplines and to build strong working relationships

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