Have you ever just wondered, is there something better out there that truly harness my powers of Privacy Analyst for the greater good?
We are delighted to be working with our client, an exciting and growing company in the healthcare sector, who are looking for an experienced Senior Privacy Analyst to join their expanding team.
This is a full-time permanent opportunity for you which will be based in Kilkenny. Say goodbye to high rent prices, traffic jams and high cost of living in Ireland and say hello to the party capital of Ireland, with more pubs per population than any other county. Who doesn't like a laugh, Kilkenny is also home to one of Ireland's premier comedy festivals, the Kilkenny "Cat Laughs" festival. While we're on the topic of Cats, Ireland's leading hurley team has it's home in Kilkenny.
Are you remote working and tired of the lack of human connection. Get back to meeting colleagues on site in your new role as Senior Privacy Analyst, it gives you the opportunity to take all the technical, personal and professional skills you've learned over the last number of years and put them to good use, in an industry and company that adds value and health to peoples lives.
Are you educated and have at least 2 years experience in Privacy Analyst roles. Did you learn during that time excellent written and oral communication and the ability to critically review and apply policies and procedures, in other words you can cross the i's and dot the t's. With this skill you can Identify, develop and participate in the process of improving opportunities within the Privacy Office. Putting the whole package together you find using new software systems easy to learn and operate.
You enjoy the preparation of quarterly and ad hoc reports, as well as the initial drafts of any reports to senior management or management committees. You will provide advice, recommendations, and guidance on addressing identified privacy issues and oversee the delivery and ongoing monitoring of action plans to correct such issues. You will also be responsible for conducting regular reviews and updates to relevant policies and training materials to reflect changes in law and regulation or company practices. You can lead the development of any new policies, procedures, or other privacy office-issued documentation or formal guidance.