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Privacy Analyst

United States, Pennsylvania, Oaks
1 Freedom Valley Drive (Show on map)
November 04, 2022

As a Data Privacy Analyst, you will be a member of the SEI Legal and Compliance Department and will work with a team of attorneys and legal professionals as well as partner with operational and technical colleagues. In your role, you will master and promote governance for the personal data processed in assigned business areas or technical domains. You will support the creation and maintenance of the record of processing activities. Additionally, you will support the overall data privacy / protection program through activities such as risk assessment, development and tracking of remediation activities, support third party vendor assessments and investigate low and medium risk incident responses.

What you'll do:

  • Analyse and implement the governance controls for the processing of personally identifiable information, sensitive personally identifiable information (PII) and confidential data as it is acquired, processed, stored, and shared with third party vendors in connection with contractual obligations or carried out in the public interest.
  • Apply knowledge and understanding of US data privacy laws including CCPA / CPRA and laws derived from other jurisdiction such as the EU's GDPR to analysis and provide oversight activities.
  • Research, critically assess and document processing activities or processing carried out in assets in record of processing activities, data protection impact assessments, privacy impact assessments as well as in other tools such as vendor assessment questionnaires.
  • Apply and record findings to include technical and organizational measures in the company's enterprise privacy platform, OneTrust.
  • Work collaboratively and effectively with internal and external subject matter experts (SMEs), as well as stakeholders across the enterprise, including Information Security, and Third Party Vendor Management colleagues.
  • Support the Chief Privacy Officer (CPO) in auxiliary discussions with SMEs, clarifying goals and data privacy compliance and improvement objectives.
  • Working with the CPO, document recommendations based on analysis findings so as to support achieving data privacy compliance improvements.
  • In close collaboration with the CPO, lead and facilitate group discussions and working groups promoting data privacy governance, identifying data storage locations and securing ever-improving business buy-in for the data privacy program.
  • Supporting business unit operations and technical staff in the creation, amendment and/or refinement of their business processes to incorporate necessary data privacy controls and procedures, while ensuring they retain ownership for remedial actions and outcomes.
  • Remain current on updates to GDPR, CPRA, PIPEDA and other current and emerging privacy legislation and regulations.

What you bring to the table:

  • Proven experience in data processing analysis gained through working on large-scale data governance, compliance and regulatory initiatives.
  • Demonstrated ability to produce standardized process mapping ("As Is" versus "To Be").
  • Results oriented team player with experience building, deploying and managing a data privacy program in a global enterprise.
  • Experience of using an enterprise data privacy platform such as OneTrust.
  • Proven experience and ability to understand and apply data privacy and information security knowledge in a data privacy program.
  • Proven knowledge and understanding of common project management skills (i.e., Agile, PPM and / or Prince II).
  • Strong meeting and large group facilitation skills able to manage multi-disciplined workshops.
  • Excellent organizational skills
  • A quick, adept learner able to understand readily the demands of a fast-paced, ever changing, get-it-done business services environment. Proficiency in Microsoft Office tools including Visio.
  • Demonstrated ability as a self-starter with ability to prioritize and multitask in high-pressure situations with tight deadlines
  • Strong writing and communication skills
  • Exceptional interpersonal skills, including strong ability to collaborate and influence people at various levels throughout the organization while continuing to work independently to meet project requirements with minimal supervision
  • Ability to maintain confidentiality and data accuracy when handling sensitive information.

Attributes we value:

  • Hardworking
  • Smart
  • Effective
  • Solution-Oriented
  • Team Player
  • High Integrity/Ethics
  • Good Communicator/Listener
  • Sound Judgment
  • Dedicated to Self-Improvement
  • Self-Aware
  • Open-Minded
  • Thoughtful

What you can expect from us:

We are a technology and asset management company delivering on our promise of building brave futuresSM-for our clients, our communities, and ourselves. Whether you're in one of our global offices or remotely contributing your talent, our culture encourages collaboration, spurs creativity, and inspires the courage to unlock opportunities that help us realize our fullest potential.

Without people, it's just work, so we take pride in caring for our employees and clients. We understand the importance of integrating work and life because finding harmony in your professional and personal activities is key to achieving fulfilment.

And inclusion isn't just a buzz word for us-it's at the core of our commitment to driving our collective success. We ask employees to bring their authentic selves to do their best work every day. It's the power of diverse perspectives, experiences, and ideas that help us deliver the solutions that solve for our clients' most complex challenges.

Six core values are the foundation of SEI's culture. Care for our clients, communities, investors, and each other drives our commitment to these values.

Courage: We think and act like owners, embracing risk to drive growth for our clients and company.

Integrity: We do what we say and act with transparency (because it's the right thing to do).

Collaboration: We work with each other, our clients, partners, and communities to solve problems that matter.

Inclusion: We nurture an environment of respect and belonging where people are empowered to be themselves.

Connection: We build lasting relationships through which we learn, grow, and succeed.

We have Fun.

Does your brave future include professional growth, mastering new skills, and cultivating meaningful connections? Come build it with us, and join our community.

SEI is an Equal Opportunity Employer and so much more...

After 50 years in business, SEI is a leading global provider of investment processing, investment management, and investment operations solutions. Reflecting our experience within financial services and financial technology our Oaks, PA office encompasses an open floor plan and numerous art installations designed to encourage innovation and creativity in our workforce. We recognize that our people are our most valuable asset and that a healthy, happy, and motivated workforce is key to our continued growth. At SEI, we're (literally) invested in your success. We offer our employees paid parental leave, back-up childcare arrangements, paid volunteer days, education assistance and access to thriving employee networks.

SEI is an equal opportunity / affirmative action employer and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability status, protected veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.

General Position Notice:

Please be aware that SEC Rule 206(4)-5 "Political Contributions by Certain Investment Advisers" (the "Rule") may place certain restrictions on certain subsidiaries of SEI as a result of your past and future political contributions. Therefore, an offer for this position may be contingent on you providing SEI, a completed questionnaire regarding political contributions made by you and members of your household, and that SEI may reject your application if SEI determines in its sole discretion that the effect of such political contributions under the Rule could have an adverse impact on SEI's current or prospective business activities and strategies. Any misrepresentation of or omission of any contributions from this information request, will be cause for your rejection or dismissal from employment.

Responsibilities of the role will require work outside of normal business hours when needed to meet deadlines. Vacation time may also be impacted due to regulatory deadlines.

As deemed necessary, the position will require international and domestic travel to SEI offices, including New York, London, Dublin, and Toronto.