Saturday, January 28, 2012

alt-lib suggests: Dir Privacy and Communications- Elsevier (Lexis-Nexis)

This would be a great opportunity for a law librarian; that is, someone who has a JD in additition to a Library/Info Science degree.                                                                                                           -alt-lib

Dir Privacy and Communications: Click the link to apply

Dir Privacy and Communications-LEX005RL

LexisNexis : NA-United States 


 Primary responsibility for ensuring that LexisNexis's business units and corporate staff are in compliance with LexisNexis privacy and compliance policies, including regulatory, legal, and contractual compliance. The Director Privacy and Communications will ensure that the company privacy and compliance policies are monitored and measured. They will take cases of non-compliance to senior leadership and advise leadership on recommended actions. Manages key compliance processes designed to monitor ongoing compliance with privacy laws, regulatory requirements, and LexisNexis policies, procedures, and standards. Conduct company-wide audits designed to monitor legal and regulatory compliance, compliance with corporate policies and procedures, and compliance with privacy and regulatory requirements.30% Directs and manages company-wide bi-annual privacy policy audits for over 5,000 LexisNexis-owned URLs. Directs and manages company-wide audits of LexisNexis compliance with the Children's Online Privacy Protection Act (COPPA). Detect cases of non-compliance and adjudicate, advising senior leadership on appropriate follow-up actions. Coordinate with Legal, Business Units, Marketing and IT as required. Track follow-up activities through completion and document final results. Prepare reports and supporting documentation to demonstrate compliance with privacy laws, regulatory requirements, and LexisNexis policies, procedures, and standards.20% Under the direction of the Senior Director Privacy and Communications, and in coordination with outside counsel, Legal, Business Unit representatives, Corporate Communications and others, ensure that all required communication to the external stakeholders regarding privacy policies is drafted, undergoes appropriate review and comment and is transmitted within specified timeframes.20% Research, design, and modify on an on-going basis the structure and policies of privacy, compliance and communication programs. Work with the PSCO team to identify gaps in privacy policy processes and procedures, including data collection and presentation of each of the Business Units' privacy practices on the Internet. Identify strategies to fill gaps consistent with relevant legal and regulatory requirements, as well as industry best practices.20% Develop and review LexisNexis privacy and compliance policies to ensure full understanding of purpose, objectives, and rationale behind such policies and consistency with legal and regulatory requirements, as well as contractual requirements. Receive, process, and address questions from customers and employees on LexisNexis privacy and compliance programs. Work closely with Outside Counsel, Legal, and other PSCO team members to develop communications to educate employees, customers, consumers, privacy advocates and civil liberties groups, media, Congressional interests, government entities, and the public on LexisNexis compliance and privacy policies. 10% Develop and execute privacy practice standards review process for the company and provide QA support and expertise across the PSCO to ensure on-time and efficient delivery of high quality audit and compliance deliverables.LexisNexis is a leading global provider of content-enabled workflow solutions designed specifically for professionals in the legal, risk management, corporate, government, law enforcement, accounting, and academic markets. LexisNexis originally pioneered online information with its Lexis and Nexis services. A member of Reed Elsevier [NYSE: ENL; NYSE: RUK] ( ), LexisNexis serves customers in more than 100 countries with 15,000 employees worldwide.


 Bachelors required. MA/JD preferred. 7-10 years experience. 3-5 years experience in policy, product development or program mgmt (e.g., legal, consulting, compliance). Excellent oral and written communication skills, attention to detail and highly organized, ability to juggle competing priorities and think critically. CIPP preferred.

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