Data Privacy Senior Manager

  • GBP58500 - GBP90000 per annum + Bens
  • London, England, United Kingdom
  • Permanent, Full time
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • 17 Nov 17 2017-11-17

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Lloyds Banking Group's vision is to be the Best Bank for Customers. We are doing this by putting our customers first, keeping things simple and working to make a difference together. Achieving this vision and meeting the Group's risk appetite is dependent on every colleague demonstrating our core value of "putting customers first".

Within Group Services, Group Security's role is to support the Group's vision of becoming the Best Bank for Customers by helping to create a purpose that aligns to Group strategy whilst working collaboratively with our divisional partners. We aim to become simpler and more efficient - avoiding duplication in order to create value from our combined businesses - building the best team.

In response to the EU legislation regarding General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), the Information Commissioners Office (ICO) has proposed that GDPR should be implemented into UK Law to replace the Data Protection Act in order that data privacy regulations are harmonised across the EU by May 2018. These regulations are mandatory and build on / enhance the existing provisions of the DPA and also introduce some additional requirements on all owners and processors of personal data in the UK. As one of the UK's largest custodians of personal data, Lloyds Banking Group have set up a group wide programme to implement GDPR in readiness for its introduction on 25th May 2018.

We now have a unique and wide reaching opportunity for a Senior Manager to support the Head of Privacy and Records Management to set the direction of Data Privacy and Records Management. With specific assignment to LBG's industry leading General Data Protection Programme (GDPR), you'll develop the strategy, policy and support delivery of a Group Wide Programme to prepare for new Data Privacy legislation. You'll monitor the risk, operating model, governance arrangements and roles and responsibilities, whilst acting as an SME point of contact for the Group, engaging and influencing the business to achieve compliance with the DP and RM policies and ensuring information provided is clearly understood by stakeholders.

Key accountabilities include:
* Review and analyse key external trends, external best practice and regulatory requirements to ensure that a wide range of information is used to support the identification and reporting of key risks and the development of functional strategies across Lloyds Banking Group, contributing towards the wider strategy and plans of Group Security.
* Lead and develop DP and RM colleagues within the function, ensuring they have the correct mix of technical, and management skills to fulfil the business objectives, that they make the most efficient and effective use of resources.
* Contribute to the development and maintenance of a network of functional specialists across the Group to drive delivery of best practice sharing, delivery of group wide programmes and closure of high risk control issues across the divisions.
* Monitor legal and regulatory activities (principally FCA, ICO in the UK and equivalent bodies within all our jurisdictions) within the Privacy and Records Management arena to identify emerging threats.
* Lead, input and support the embedding of Privacy and Records Management through the Privacy and Records Impact Assessment into new change programmes.
* Support the Group's event/incident management process, ensuring events are controlled and customer/colleague impacts mitigated appropriately.
* Identify and support activities that deliver benefits across the Privacy and Records Management policies to ensure continuous improvement and risk mitigation

In terms of your background, we'll be looking for you to have a minimum of 3 years specialist management experience in Data Privacy, Records Management, Information Security/Governance, preferably working within large financial and/or global institutions. Technically, it's essential you hold Industry recognised qualification/s, in Privacy, Records Management and/or Information Security/Governance ie. ISEB/CIPP and ideally be a certified member of industry bodies e.g. IAAP, IRMF. Similarly, you'll have a detailed understanding of the General Data Protection Regulations. Additionally, to be successful in this role, you'll demonstrate the ability to influence and have great stakeholder management skills, take a customer centric, risk aware view when deciding on strategic direction and be counted on to deliver personally and empowers others to do so.

In return for your expertise you'll benefit from our competitive remuneration package. Career wise, we'll ensure you continue to develop. You'll establish your profile quickly across the Group and be at the forefront of changing the way banking works and be empowered to drive this change.

Base location will ideally be London but can be flexible at one of our other Hubs ie. Bristol/Edinburgh/Leeds. However business needs mean you'll need to be in London circa 3 days a week. Salary will reflect base location.