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Summary of the Data Analyst, Privacy job at Venable

Venable is hiring a Data Analyst, Privacy with 3 - 5 years of experience. Based in United States - Washington, D.C. and with Hybrid ways of working. The expected salary range for this role is $85,000 - $120,000
About Venable

More than a law firm, Venable LLP is a network of trusted advisors serving businesses, organizations, and individuals in many of the most important aspects of their work. Our professionals immerse themselves in our clients’ work to fully understand their biggest opportunities and challenges while helping them navigate an increasingly complex legal and regulatory environment. Today, with more than 850 professionals delivering services around the world, we’re helping our clients connect quickly and effectively to the experience, insights, and advice they need to achieve their most pressing objectives.

Cultivated over 120 years, Venable’s capabilities span virtually every industry and all areas of regulatory and government affairs, corporate and business law, intellectual property, and complex litigation. Many of our professionals are former regulators, senior government staffers, state attorneys general, and members of Congress—bringing an invaluable depth of experience to our firm.

Data Analyst, Privacy job description

Venable LLP’s Technology & Innovation Group seeks a Privacy Data Analyst to join the Venable Blue team in the Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco office. The Privacy Data Analyst, works on and supports all aspects of client-based projects related to privacy program management, privacy operations, and regulatory response. This is a non-attorney position.

This role will help bring efficiency to how clients respond to regulatory compliance requests, including data gathering, automation of regulatory responses, and measuring operational effectiveness of privacy safeguards. This will include gap analysis and actionable recommendations for improvements in quality and accuracy.

The Privacy Data Analyst will work on and support the delivery of various workstreams such as Safeguard Maintenance, Safeguard Development, Program Management, and Audit Support.

Key responsibilities include working with clients to:

  • Formulate responses to privacy compliance requests within SLA, perform data quality reviews, and conduct operational effectiveness testing against privacy safeguards;
  • Develop and communicate best practices for regulatory response;
  • Develop automation for compliance responses to increase efficiency and to provide consistency and quality in responses;
  • Articulate data and technology gaps and their compliance impact to a variety of technical and non-technical stakeholders, including product and engineering teams, risk and compliance partners, assessors and regulators;
  • Recommend process improvements and strategic initiatives as related to privacy compliance response;
  • Coordinate and drive client privacy response activities for both inbound and outbound relationships;
  • Support business relationships with internal and external auditors and regulators.
Data Analyst, Privacy job requirements

Qualifications:

  • B.A. or B.S. degree; Master’s degree (or equivalent) preferred;
  • 3 years of minimum work experience in high profile settings, such as presenting to leadership and driving cross-functional teams;
  • 3 years of minimum experience in a quantitative role related to data, reporting, and analytical problem solving;
  • 3 years of minimum experience writing complex SQL queries to drive analysis and insights.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience coding in Python, R, PHP and/or similar programming language;
  • Experience with developing security/privacy reporting and recommendations that are meaningful, defensible and actionable for a variety of audiences;
  • Experience developing and submitting audit and compliance reports to governing bodies, legal entities, and/or external authorities;
  • Experienced in processes for assessing and designing internal controls for large scale organizations;
  • Experience performing risk assessments or safeguard/control operational effectiveness testing.
What we offer at Venable

The salary range for Privacy Data Analyst positions is $85,000 - $120,000, depending upon relevant experience, education, other related considerations, and needs of the organization

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About Our Company

More than a law firm, Venable LLP is a network of trusted advisors serving businesses, organizations, and individuals in many of the most important aspects of their work. Our professionals immerse themselves in our clients’ work to fully understand their biggest opportunities and challenges while helping them navigate an increasingly complex legal and regulatory environment. Today, with more than 850 professionals delivering services around the world, we’re helping our clients connect quickly and effectively to the experience, insights, and advice they need to achieve their most pressing objectives.

Cultivated over 120 years, Venable’s capabilities span virtually every industry and all areas of regulatory and government affairs, corporate and business law, intellectual property, and complex litigation. Many of our professionals are former regulators, senior government staffers, state attorneys general, and members of Congress—bringing an invaluable depth of experience to our firm.

Job Description & Responsibilities

Venable LLP’s Technology & Innovation Group seeks a Privacy Data Analyst to join the Venable Blue team in the Washington, D.C., New York, Los Angeles, or San Francisco office. The Privacy Data Analyst, works on and supports all aspects of client-based projects related to privacy program management, privacy operations, and regulatory response. This is a non-attorney position.

This role will help bring efficiency to how clients respond to regulatory compliance requests, including data gathering, automation of regulatory responses, and measuring operational effectiveness of privacy safeguards. This will include gap analysis and actionable recommendations for improvements in quality and accuracy.

The Privacy Data Analyst will work on and support the delivery of various workstreams such as Safeguard Maintenance, Safeguard Development, Program Management, and Audit Support.

Key responsibilities include working with clients to:

  • Formulate responses to privacy compliance requests within SLA, perform data quality reviews, and conduct operational effectiveness testing against privacy safeguards;
  • Develop and communicate best practices for regulatory response;
  • Develop automation for compliance responses to increase efficiency and to provide consistency and quality in responses;
  • Articulate data and technology gaps and their compliance impact to a variety of technical and non-technical stakeholders, including product and engineering teams, risk and compliance partners, assessors and regulators;
  • Recommend process improvements and strategic initiatives as related to privacy compliance response;
  • Coordinate and drive client privacy response activities for both inbound and outbound relationships;
  • Support business relationships with internal and external auditors and regulators.

Requirements

Qualifications:

  • B.A. or B.S. degree; Master’s degree (or equivalent) preferred;
  • 3 years of minimum work experience in high profile settings, such as presenting to leadership and driving cross-functional teams;
  • 3 years of minimum experience in a quantitative role related to data, reporting, and analytical problem solving;
  • 3 years of minimum experience writing complex SQL queries to drive analysis and insights.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Experience coding in Python, R, PHP and/or similar programming language;
  • Experience with developing security/privacy reporting and recommendations that are meaningful, defensible and actionable for a variety of audiences;
  • Experience developing and submitting audit and compliance reports to governing bodies, legal entities, and/or external authorities;
  • Experienced in processes for assessing and designing internal controls for large scale organizations;
  • Experience performing risk assessments or safeguard/control operational effectiveness testing.

What we offer

The salary range for Privacy Data Analyst positions is $85,000 - $120,000, depending upon relevant experience, education, other related considerations, and needs of the organization

Apply now

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