Mar 142019

Stanley Black & Decker is a world-leading provider of tools and storage, commercial electronic security and engineered fastening systems, with unique growth platforms and a track record of sustained profitable growth in more than 100 countries. We have a rich history since 1843. Our goal has always been simple and straight forward: provide tools and solutions that make life easier. Whether it’s a hammer that punches above its weight while going easy on your elbows, a door that unlocks for you at a glance or a toolbox smart enough to find a missing socket anywhere in an airplane hangar, our products have a way of making a big impact on your daily life. We stand for accountability, integrity, respect, speed, stretch, vision and boundaryless. STANLEY Corporate provides support to all our business units and is specialized in HR, IT, Accounting, Tax, Sales, Procurement & Supply chain. For more detailed information, we advise you to check our websites: Global website: For our HR Department we are looking for a Data Privacy Manager. Job Purpose The Privacy Manager supports the Global Privacy Office in the development and maintenance of ongoing privacy-related efforts.  Provide system administration and design support for data privacy management tools. Develops tracking approaches and dashboards that capture key metrics with regards to compliance. Responsible for developing materials ranging from policy creation to training and education.    Job Duties Work closely with Global Privacy Office Director to develop privacy by design principles including but not limited to; framework, policies, and procedures; Act as Subject Matter Expert, providing prompt, reliable advice to colleagues as necessary; Assist with development and maintenance of compliance program documentation, requirements and analysis; Assist with developing a reporting structure to assess, monitor and mitigate risks; Conduct or provide oversight with regards to compliance assessments, audits and other requirements; Provide appropriate updates to senior leadership on data privacy progress; Develop guidance, training and educational material; interact closely with various teams to ensure understanding; Promote and encourage a culture of data privacy across the organization via communications plan; Liaise and support Data Protection Officer(s); collaborate and align on priorities, managing risk and advising; Work closely with others in the Global Privacy Office to ensure processes and procedures provide adequate proof of compliance; accomplish this through technology enablement where practical. Demonstrable program management skills including strong organizational and multi-tasking abilities; Excellent written and verbal communication skills; English language proficiency critical; Attention to detail and accuracy; Solid computer skills including: Word, Excel and PowerPoint; Perseverance and agility to work in rapidly changing environment; CIPP certification strongly preferred; 5 years of proven work experience in data protection; legal background preferred. Working at Stanley Black&Decker means fun and challenging work in an active environment with a positive atmosphere? The keywords client oriented, integrity, respect and responsibility describe our culture. As a strong team we gather our ideas and work to achieve continuous improvement. We are a leader in our industry and in order to maintain that position, we invest a lot in training and internal mobility. In our environment you practice a position with great independence and roo… Original job ad is published on – Set up a Jobagent at StepStone now and find your dream job! For similar jobs, information on employers and career tips visit!

Match criteria: Retail, Production, ICT, Systems Engineering (Technical), 40 hours, Outside the Netherlands, Non

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