The NFL Privacy Office is looking to fill a new Privacy Senior Manager role. Reporting to our privacy organization lead within the Legal Department, this role will be responsible for the growth and management of an enhanced data privacy program across the League. This will include working closely with the Data Management, Marketing, Analytics and other business partners and technology teams, as well as representatives of all member Clubs to ensure a consistent approach to data privacy throughout our business.
Act as a subject matter expert to advise NFL business units and member clubs on global legal considerations, risk identification, and risk mitigation strategies in connection with data privacy requirements
Support the development and implementation of business-oriented policies and procedures to ensure all relevant business initiatives are properly structured and reviewed to drive compliance with all applicable privacy and data security obligations
Maintain current knowledge of applicable federal, state, and relevant international privacy laws and accreditation standards, and monitor advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance
Assist business units with the development of strategic plans for the collection, use and sharing of information in a manner that maximizes its value while complying with applicable privacy regulations, and support the development of tools and methodologies to ensure on-going compliance
Maintain the repository of the organization's privacy related policies - including ensuring those policies are up to date and in-line with the current regulatory/compliance requirements.
Work with Analytics, Marketing, Digital Media, Legal and business partners to define requirements and capabilities for the implementation of an enterprise-wide Coordinated Consent and Preferences Management (CCPM) system
Collaborate with relevant stakeholders to develop and deliver privacy training as needed
Maintain strong working relationships with both internal clients and external counterparties
Degree from an accredited 4-Year College or University
Up to 7 years of experience working in data privacy
Strong contract drafting and negotiation skills
Excellent oral and written communication abilities
Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, Outlook, and PowerPoint
Proficient in the use of OneTrust platforms
Previous management consulting experience
CIPP/US, CIPM, CIPT or other privacy certifications from the IAPP or similar organization
OneTrust Professional or Expert certifications
Commercial transactional experience
Other Key Attributes / Characteristics
Experienced candidate with the ability to work independently with minimal oversight
Must be collaborative and able to adapt to multiple competing priorities
Strong oral and written communication skills, discretion, and sound judgment
In depth knowledge of international, federal and state laws and regulations regarding data collection and privacy
Experience counseling on applicable laws and risk mitigation strategies
Strong ability to understand business needs and partner with the business to create practical solutions that achieve business goals while managing risk
The ability to collaborate across functions and regions
Must be business minded and solution oriented with strong drafting skills
Must have ability to work closely and effectively with business executives in a fast-paced work environment
Occasional travel may be required, less than 10%
Terms /Expected Hours of Work
NFL employees are required to work 40 hours per week.
The NFL maintains a Flexible Workplace Policy that provides members of our workforce with opportunities to periodically work from a location of their choice, while maintaining a priority on in-person work at an NFL office, which enables us to more effectively collaborate, connect and build a workplace culture that will drive our continued success.
We also continue to prioritize the health and safety of our NFL workforce. Consistent with that commitment, considering the substantial and growing body of evidence that vaccinations remain the most effective protection against the spread the COVID-19, we require that members of our NFL workforce be fully vaccinated. Exceptions are available only for those who need an accommodation for a qualifying disability or sincerely held religious belief or practice.
The NFL is committed to building a diverse, equitable and inclusive work environment that reflects our incredibly diverse fan base. We provide an environment of mutual respect where equal employment opportunities are available to all employees and applicants without regard to status as protected by applicable federal, state, or local law.