Corporate Counsel, Privacy
The Corporate Counsel, Privacy supports the SVP, Data Privacy Lead in directing the legal aspects of LHH’s privacy activities in accordance with the Adecco Group’s Privacy Operating Model. The selected candidate is a member of the LHH legal department, providing dedicated legal support to Lee Hecht Harrison globally.
Reports directly to the SVP, Global Privacy Lead
Maitland, Florida USA area (suburb of Orlando) or remote
Limited travel may be required
Provide advice and guidance to various departments, including global legal, marketing, sales, human resources, and IT governance teams in conjunction with the Global Privacy lead/DPO.
Assist the commercial legal team by reviewing and negotiating privacy and data protection-related provisions of contracts, including data usage and license agreements, vendor/service provider agreements, customer agreements, data transfer and data protection agreements.
Support privacy training for various groups within the company, creatively driving awareness around privacy and data security issues.
Assist in the creation and maintenance of privacy related notices, policies, standards, guidelines and processes, including carrying out privacy reviews and privacy impact assessments.
Assist in assuring that the company’s privacy practices are current in light of regulatory changes in global territories.
Juris Doctor or LLM from an accredited law school.
Must be Licensed to practice law in the US.
Demonstrated genuine interest in global privacy/cybersecurity issues through their work experience, writing, speaking, acquisition of privacy/security credentials and/or advanced certificates or degrees such as:
- 2-4 years of relevant privacy experience in a law firm and/or in-house legal department
- CIPP/E and CIPM certification, CIPP/U CIPP/C CIPP/A or CISSP a plus
- Working knowledge of global data transfer mechanisms, including Standard Contractual Clauses and Binding Corporate Rules .
- Experience conducting privacy reviews and privacy impact assessments / data protection impact assessments.
- Experience in responding to and/or managing the response to data privacy/security incidents and/or managing global data privacy compliance programs.
Must be team-oriented, well organized, and able to work independently in a fast-paced environment.
Must have excellent negotiation, drafting and communication skills with the ability to foster relationships and collaborate with internal clients.
Excellent business focus and pragmatism, along with strong project management skills
Ability and experience to work well with others, with demonstrated performance on team projects
Ability to work collaboratively with cross functional teams, teams in other geographic locations and matrix reporting structures, managing key stakeholder relationships
Self-starter to handle assignments, with the ability to adapt as required and operate with minimal supervision
Ability to communicate effectively at all levels of the organization, both written and verbal, in English; French highly desired
A naturally proactive professional who has a strong commitment and identification with business objectives
Confident, reliable, and the ability to work well under pressure, including the ability to multi-task, complete projects on time and adjust to changing priorities
High standard of personal and professional integrity, solid judgment and a flexible problem-solving approach
Organized, efficient and detail oriented
Commitment to high professional ethical standards and supporting a diverse workplace
Strong comfort level in working both strategically and tactically to achieve necessary results
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LHH is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, protected veterans’ status, age, or any other characteristic protected by law.