Senior Manager for Data Privacy and Security Incident Management

Recruiter
Nationwide Building Society
Location
Swindon
Salary
53162.00 - 79744.00 GBP Annual
Posted
20 Jun 2017
Closes
05 Jul 2017
Function
Consultant
Contract Type
Permanent
Hours
Full Time

Introduction
We need: A Senior Manager for Data Privacy and Security Incident Management in Swindon or Northampton (travel required). Salary range of GBP53,162 - GBP79,744 - based on skills and experience Benefits include status car or cash allowance, a competitive pension where if you pay in 7% we'll top it up to 23%, 30 days' holiday plus bank holidays, private healthcare, life assurance worth 8x your salary and access to an annual performance related bonus. Closing date of 17th July 2017
To fulfill a new and exciting opportunity to shape and lead the delivery of the Groups Privacy and Security Incident Management functions within Nationwide Building Society. In return you will get to work in a high profile environment that gives you the opportunity to influence at the highest level! Our team works in a fast paced, customer focused, dynamic environment and provide an unmatched opportunity to interact with and add value to the largest building society in the world.

This role can be located in Swindon or Northampton where most of our core functions are based but will require regular days in Swindon. We embrace flexible working, so if you want to work from home sometimes, that's fine. We believe in getting the job done in the way that works for both us and the business, which means you aren't expected to be at a desk 9 - 5, Monday to Friday. We pride ourselves in our 'one team' approach and our drive for continuous improvement, both of which support our vision of protecting members' interests.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for an energetic and experienced Privacy and Information Security professional with a proven track record of delivering new capability alongside uplifting existing capability. You'll be used to working in a fast-paced environment where you are responsible for maintaining high standards of advice, and operational delivery alongside landing transformational change. In this stretching role, you will have excellent stakeholder and team leadership capabilities in order to maximize your effectiveness.You'll have an up to date understanding of the security challenges facing large commercial organisations with a clear focus on all UK centric data privacy matters and its changing landscape under GDPR. You will also be experienced in leading and / or supporting security incident management including liaising with the ICO.

You'll have experience of leading data protection compliance and advice activity and responding to Security incidents in a large complex organisation, and can demonstrate a wide range of scenarios in which you have effectively maintained the highest possible security standards in these roles.

As a minimum requirement you'll have:
Significant experience of Information Security and Data privacy, Ideally formally qualified (DP ISEB), or equivalent experience. Detailed knowledge of Security Incident Management, and Data Privacy including the Data Protection Act and EU General Data Protection Legislation. Previous experience in managing these complex and sensitive activities. Excellent stakeholder and communication skills (verbal and written) working upto Director Level Be a resilient and highly motivated self-starter who relishes a challenge. Experience of managing and developing teams
It would be nice if you also had:
Experience of an equivalent role at a large financial services provider. Experience of developing and nurturing talent to a high standard
What you'll be doing

First and foremost you will be ensuring Nationwide has the right controls and advice to protect the privacy interests of its current and future members.

You'll be working for Nationwide's Head of Security Advice, leading the two teams that deliver Nationwide's Security Incident Management (team of four) and Data Privacy Advice (team of eight) in a newly created role. You'll be responsible for developing the team's future vision and strategy as we move into EU GDPR.

This will be combined with overseeing day to day privacy policy, advice, and awareness of current and future data privacy legislation as well as coordinating response and recovery to security incidents.You will also work as part of our wider management team, helping to shape the Departments overall strategy, culture and purpose within the Nationwide, spanning some 120 individuals in the Department and some 20,000 employees and partners.

Salary: GBP53,162 - GBP79,744. Date posted: 19/06/2017