Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 60,000 employees working in countries around the world. We explore, produce and transport crude oil and natural gas; refine, market and distribute fuels and other energy products; manufacture and sell petrochemical products; generate power; and develop future energy resources, including biofuels and geothermal energy.
Chevron is accepting online applications for the position of Global Privacy Manager located in Houston, TX through July 25, 2013 at 11:59 p.m. (Eastern Standard Time).
Responsibilities for this position may include but are not limited to:
The Global Privacy Manager (GPM) develops, coordinates and implements a global, corporate strategy to ensure that the company’s business units understand and comply with Chevron policy and all applicable data privacy laws & regulations. The legal environment continues to evolve at a rapid pace as national and local officials worldwide discuss and enact new privacy laws. The GPM must be able to understand and assess the impact of global, national and local privacy laws & regulations on Chevron’s business operations and develop/implement strategies to assure legal compliance while optimizing the business value of personal data.
The Global Privacy Manager will:
Develop and coordinate Chevron’s global privacy compliance strategy
Serve as Chevron’s primary privacy internal advocate and “subject matter expert”
Serve as Chevron’s external representative for privacy-related matters
Develop/mature a privacy value-proposition and corporate compliance plan
Develop/mature appropriate metrics and report progress & results to senior executives.
Engage in activities that will position Chevron as an industry leader in managing privacy.
Key Job Responsibilities:
Develops & directs Chevron’s global strategy for protection of personal data.
Champions privacy compliance business case to business unit leadership teams.
Coordinates corporate compliance program for privacy.
Develops & monitors corporate-level metrics & prepares performance reports for senior management.
Coordinates development of privacy compliance tools & processes such as self-assessment checklists, contract language template for 3rd party agreements, and audit protocols Represents Chevron on industry committees and/or privacy organizations.
Identifies best practices and integrates them into Chevron’s strategies & tactics.
Oversees development and deployment of privacy awareness training.
Provides advice and counsel, as needed, to information technology departments to ensure that computer systems support privacy compliance procedures.
Initiates, facilitates and promotes activities to foster privacy awareness within the company.
Maintains current knowledge of applicable international, federal and state privacy laws and monitors advancements in information privacy technologies to ensure organizational adaptation and compliance.
Assesses business impact of new laws, recommends implementation strategies and develops compliance procedures for deployment to business units.
Collaborate with legal counsel as needed in handling any international, federal or state government inquiries or investigations of the organization regarding privacy or security.
Matures company-wide network of Privacy Coordinators to ensure organizational capability in the various business units relating to privacy compliance.
Builds collaborative relationships with business functions such as Legal, Human Resources, Marketing, Compliance, and Information Technology and leverages knowledge gained from the relationships to optimize privacy compliance procedures.
Coordinates incident response and breach notification activities involving personal data.
Strategic planning & implementation skills.
Communication & presentation skills.
Facilitation & negotiating skills.
Project management skills.
Ability to apply management and leadership skills to attain and maintain compliance.
Minimum of 5 years’ experience as a Privacy Manager or Senior Privacy Analyst.
General knowledge of global privacy laws & regulations and ability to assess their likely effect on Chevron.
Ability to develop compliance strategies driven by legal & business requirements.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in understanding and applying information risk management principles in a business environment.
Relocation may be considered. *LI-DD1
Expatriate assignments will not be considered.
Chevron regrets that it is unable to sponsor employment Visas or consider individuals on time-limited Visa status for this position.
Chevron - 5 months ago
Chevron is one of the world's leading energy companies, with approximately 60,000 employees working in countries around the world. We...