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Data Protection Specialist

Job Title: Data Protection Specialist
Contract Type: Contract
Location: London
Salary: £450 - £550 per day
Start Date: ASAP
Duration: 6 Months
REF: J7941_1494234952
Contact Name: Clara Grace Moretti-Greene
Contact Email:
Job Published: 5 months ago

Job Description

Data Protection Specialist - ASAP

Rate: £450-£550 per day

Location: London

Duration: 6 Months

Montash are working with a Global financial services organisation to source and secure a data protection specialist. You will be ensuring that UK activities comply with the requirements of applicable data protection regulations including DPA, GDPR.

You will be ensuring that the client complies with applicable data protection laws and relevant codes of practice.

Essential Experience:

- A Lawyer with at least two years of post-qualification experience in data protection or senior data protection officer with at least three years solid experience within a large financial institution or corporate.

- A good understanding of data privacy governance models and controls, with particular reference to the financial sector.

-Investment Banking experience.

Key Words:

Investment Banking / Data privacy / governance models / financial services / investment banking / lawyer / DPS / data protection / compliance / audits / policies / privacy / law / legal /

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