Global Privacy & Compliance Lead

Legal United Kingdom London, United Kingdom EMEA, United Kingdom Windsor, Berkshire (Req. #6174)


Xperi invents, develops and delivers technologies that create extraordinary experiences at home and on the go for millions of people around the world. Powering billions of consumer electronics, connected cars and digital content titles, we make entertainment more immersive, driving more intelligent and every interaction seamlessly personalized through our renowned consumer brands: DTS®, HD Radio™ and TiVo®.


Xperi (NYSE: XPER) is a publicly traded technology company headquartered in San Jose, CA with over 2,000 employees across North America, Europe and Asia. Come join a thriving team where you can play an integral role in shaping the future of entertainment technology.     

Do you have experience providing regulatory guidance on privacy, writing policies, identifying opportunities to optimize regulatory compliance, or building out governance standards and programs with automated controls and mechanisms?  If so, you may be the person we're seeking to help coordinate and support privacy compliance for Xperi as our Global Privacy Compliance Manager.     

The Global Privacy Compliance Lead will work closely with privacy subject matter experts, data security and privacy teams, product managers, customer service teams, business leadership, and the legal team to enable the right solutions to drive privacy compliance and process improvements across Xperi globally.     

In this role, you will report to the Vice President of Privacy in legal.     


  • Work closely with technical and non-technical stakeholders across business, product, engineering,  legal, and compliance teams.   
  • Collaborate with stakeholders to facilitate the inclusion of appropriate DPAs and NDAs with third parties.   
  • Define project plans, milestones and success criteria, manage implementation activities, and develop processes, documentation and communications for project and process roll outs in support of enterprise-wide cross-functional privacy and compliance initiatives.   
  • Maintain thorough understanding of all the company products and knowledge of who to work with within each business unit, including product teams, HR, and Security.   
  • Guide leadership to balance risk management concerns and risk mitigations with customer experience while developing product roadmaps.   
  • Support compliance and privacy related initiatives, including drafting relevant policies and driving adoption of new policies, requirements, and frameworks.   
  • Support continuous process improvement and simplification efforts, including developing and publishing privacy guidelines, compliance standards, best practices, checklists, and self-service resources.   
  • Develop and deliver privacy trainings for legal team members and business partners.   
  • Organize and coordinate with legal to update privacy policies and other notices as needed   
  • Regularly meet with stakeholders to evaluate proposed new uses of data and determine necessary notices, updates to privacy policy, consent management, etc.   
  • Dive deep into company’s systems to develop a technical understanding of how they work and current privacy controls, and articulate compliance implications to relevant teams.   
  • Work with various product teams across the company on the technical implementation of privacy compliance including data mapping, DPIAs, TIAs and conducting privacy impact assessments of wide-ranging scope and purpose.   
  • Support the Privacy team with any other privacy activities as may be required from time to time.   
  • Follow the developments of global privacy laws, customer expectations, and regulatory guidance to identify and communicate key trends and to protect customer trust.   

What you will bring:     

  • 5+ years of privacy/data protection experience.   
  • Track record of project management and privacy compliance program ownership and driving risk management activities across cross-functional teams and business functions at a large, complex organization.   
  • Strong understanding of global privacy landscape & laws and how this applies in technology, advertising and online businesses.   
  • Experience operationalizing and/or managing privacy requirements.   
  • Knowledge of compliance management standards, tools, methodologies, and best practices.   
  • Technical understanding of how to implement data protection & privacy obligations within a business including data governance.   
  • Strong written and verbal communication skills and great attention to detail.   
  • Excellent organizational skills, client-service oriented, and able to handle multiple requests with differing priorities and stakeholders.   
  • Experience with OneTrust and Jira would be advantageous.   
  • CIPM, CIPP, or similar certification is preferred but not required.   
  • Demonstrable drive to build a successful career in data privacy and grow with the company as it continues to expand globally.   
  • Team player with ability to operate independently, react with appropriate urgency to situations and events that require a quick response or turnaround, have great judgment in ambiguous situations, and take effective action without having to know the total picture.   

Life @ Xperi:     

At Xperi, we value People, Customers, Performance and Innovation. We are dedicated to creating a workplace where all employees have a voice and sense of belonging, feel safe and valued, and are acknowledged for how their unique differences contribute to organizational culture and business outcomes.     

Our employees and their families are important to us, and our comprehensive pay, stock and benefits programs reflect that. Xperi supports personal well-being, builds financial security and enables employees to share in our collective success.     

Rewards include:     

  • Competitive compensation (salary, equity and bonuses) and comprehensive benefits designed to foster work-life balance, care for your health, protect your finances and help you save and invest for the future.   
  • Generous paid time away from work, including flexible time off, holidays and sick time, health and wellness initiatives, and a charitable match program to help you give back to your community.   
  • Great perks, which vary by location and can be site-specific: employee discounts, transportation reimbursements, subsidized cafes and fitness facilities.   
  • A flexible, hybrid work environment combining the best of in-office collaboration and community-building along with the benefits of working from home.