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Senior Corporate Counsel
Privacy
Posted on 10/6/2022
INACTIVE
Locations
Portland, OR, USA
Experience Level
Entry
Junior
Mid
Senior
Expert
Desired Skills
Management
Marketing
Communications
Requirements
  • J.D. degree from a top accredited institution and admission to practice (or in-house eligibility) to practice law in New York
  • 5+ years combined experience in the areas of data privacy and protection, negotiating data privacy related agreements, understanding of the interplay between technology and data privacy and advising on consumer-related issues; top law firm and prior in-house experience preferred
  • CIPP/US, CIPP/E or CIPM privacy certifications, Project Management Professional (PMP) certification are pluses
  • Experience in counseling regarding data security issues, including incident response
  • Ability to independently drive accountability and influence outcomes
  • Assertion when required - you're able to challenge and be challenged both internally and with clients in a constructive and respectful way
  • Advanced problem-solving skills - you're able to quickly digest a problem, evaluate solutions, and then empower others to deliver
  • Strong detail orientation, with the ability to produce work product that demonstrates advanced skills in the following areas: (i) subject matter expertise, (ii) analysis and creativity, (iii) oral and written communications and advocacy, and (iv) client management and acceptance
  • Demonstrated ability to handle a broad range of responsibilities and prioritize in a fast-paced environment
  • Ability to balance legal risk mitigation against key business objectives and risks
Responsibilities
  • Advise all internal clients on the development, collection, use, transfer, and governance of data
  • Lead large-scale compliance efforts as needed, such as CCPA/ CPRA and other emerging laws
  • Develop a deep understanding of SeatGeek's product and data flows; conduct new product/feature reviews and assist with technology integrations involving personal data
  • Partner with other members of the legal team in contract negotiations involving personal data, data protection agreements, and general privacy issues
  • Maintain partnerships with internal stakeholders, including Product, Marketing, People, Security, and Engineering to educate and identify potential privacy concerns
  • Assist with incident response and any regulatory inquiries or investigations
  • Draft or enhance data governance policies, including guidelines on biometrics, retention, access, privacy-by-design reviews, data protection impact assessments, data transfers, and vendor management
  • Manage, draft, and update privacy notices and work with consumer-facing teams to respond to customer questions regarding SeatGeek's privacy program
  • Conduct reviews of the our privacy program to ensure it reflects changes in laws and company policy; develop/implement risk mitigation and corrective action plans where needed; identify and drive improvements to automaton of privacy controls and processes to meet objectives
  • Advise on privacy training strategy and execution for areas of coverage
SeatGeek

201-500 employees

Mobile focused ticket platform
Company Overview
SeetGeek's mission is to enable rightsholders to reach more fans, and as a result, sell more tickets to new audiences by putting inventory into the hands of other companies. The company is building an online marketplace for entertainment.
Benefits
  • Health insurance coverage
  • paid time off
  • Matching 401k program
  • Parental leave
  • Monthly ticket-purchase stipend for live events
  • Paid for subscriptions to services like One Medical, Ginger.io and Headspace
  • Team events
  • Flexible work environment - work remote or in the office as you please
  • Home office stipend
Company Core Values
  • Interfaces matter
  • Consumer advocate
  • Detail obsessed
  • Aligned DIY
  • Bold yet humble
  • Value time