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This role will play a key role in salesforce.com’s Legal team working with cross-functional groups across the company and directly interfacing with Salesforce’s customers on privacy and data protection-related issues. This position will report to Salesforce’s Senior Director, Privacy EMEA based in London.
- Be a resident expert and resource on issues related to EMEA privacy and data protection, particularly related to the UK region.
- Work with customers, prospective customers, and partners on privacy-related questions about using Salesforce services (likely 50% of time on job).
- Partner with members of the legal team, security team, technology team, and outside counsel to help ensure the company’s compliance with laws, regulations and customer contracts.
- Develop and maintain internal privacy policies and procedures.
- Train employees on privacy-related obligations.
- Law degree from a highly regarded school
- Excellent written and spoken English language skills, other EU member states language skills is a plus
- Flexibility and understanding of the culture of a fast-paced, commercially-oriented technology company
- 4+ years experience specializing in EMEA privacy and data protection
- Detailed knowledge of the EU Data Protection Directive and its national implementations and the new General Data Protection Regulation
- Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation, and negotiation skills
- Responsive and service-oriented attitude
- Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a fast-paced and demanding work environment
- Ability to maintain strong working relationships with demanding internal clients
- Familiarity with technical concepts in Web applications/cloud computing
- Sound and practical business judgment
- Willingness to travel
- Sense of humor
- Certified Information Privacy Professional