Associate Director of Privacy - 73830
Stanford Universitys Associate Director of Privacy has the opportunity to make a real difference in shaping a strategic and comprehensive privacy program.
We are seeking a unique individual with a breadth of privacy experience to join our team of passionate professionals committed to promoting consistent, effective privacy practices at a world-class university.
Under the direction of the Chief Privacy Officer, the ideal candidate will bring a strategic and innovative approach to managing daily operations of the privacy program. They will thrive on the complexities of working with a diversity of stakeholders and advising on a wide range of privacy topics.
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The ideal candidate will manage and coordinate daily operations of the Stanford University Privacy Office, including, the daily operations of the privacy program; development, implementation and maintenance of policies and procedures; monitoring privacy compliance activities throughout the university; incident and breach response and management; and, administering privacy impact and risk assessments. This role may have direct reports.
The Stanford University Privacy Office is a division of the Office of Audit, Compliance, Risk and Privacy (ACRP) and strives to be a valued partner and advisor to students, faculty, management and members of the executive leadership.
- Performs or oversees initial and periodic information privacy risk assessment/analysis, mitigation and remediation.
- Ensures that appropriate privacy and confidentiality authorization forms, consents, notices of privacy practices, and other materials reflect current Stanford University practices and legal requirements.
- Maintains current knowledge of applicable federal and state privacy laws and industry best practices.
- Participates in the development, implementation, and ongoing compliance monitoring of University departments, schools, and their suppliers that access, use, process, maintain, and share highly confidential information, such as PHI and PII.
- Serves as an information privacy consultant to all Stanford University departments and schools.
- Develop, deliver and implement training (both broad-based and individualized) to the Stanford workforce, and assist in the development of communication programs to educate and update the Stanford community on compliance, risk and/or privacy requirements.
- Collaborate with constituents across the Stanford community on a wide-range of compliance/privacy-related topics. Maintain productive customer relationships.
- Develop and implement annual work plans to assess and review policies, practices and processes with requirements, and develop, implement and monitor corresponding corrective action plans.
- Recommend and prepare materials for board and senior management meetings.
- Monitor current compliance/privacy trends, legislation and activities, contribute to implementing best practices.
Education & Experience:
- Minimum Qualifications: Bachelor's degree and seven years of relevant audit, privacy, compliance or other relevant experience in higher education, health care, research-based non-profit organizations, or government contracting or combination of education and relevant experience.
- Preferred Qualifications: Graduate level degree in health information management, law, public policy, or data science.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
- Demonstrated strategic planning experience
- 2+ years experience operationalizing international privacy requirements
- Demonstrated skills in providing excellent service to customers/clients
- Demonstrated skills in collaboration, teamwork, and problem-solving to achieve goals
- Highly effective written, oral and interpersonal communication skills to address a wide variety of sophisticated audiences.
- Demonstrate professionalism, discretion and judgment through sound decision-making to obtain solutions through collaborative efforts with a wide-variety of offices and departments throughout Stanford University.
- Superior knowledge of state and federal statutes, laws and regulations, industry standards, trends and/or regulatory requirements in expertise subject area.
- Expert analytical and problem solving skills.
- Experience in conducting investigations.
- Ability to productively assemble, engages, and leads cross-functional teams and leading projects from start to finish.
- Demonstrated critical thinking skills and ability to implement strategic policy recommendations.
Certifications and Licenses:
- CIPP or CHPC certification
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Job: Compliance Legal
Location: Business Affairs
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