Sr Privacy Analyst
Posted on Nov 16, 2018 by Nike
At Nike, Inc., we understand that it takes a lifetime to build consumer trust and a moment to lose it. We work hard to earn and maintain that trust every single day - by treating our consumers with respect, and by delivering world-class, innovative products and experiences that are useful, intuitive, and exceed their expectations. Nike's Global Privacy Team is critical to building and maintaining that trust. We collaborate with business partners to ensure respect for consumer data and privacy are embedded within every product and experience. We help teams understand the importance of privacy while giving thoughtful, clear, and actionable guidance.
Nike, Inc. is on a mission to evolve our digital business and our Global Privacy Team. We're looking for world-class talent to join our diverse, passionate, and purpose-driven team. If you're dynamic, action-oriented, collaborative, thoughtful, and have deep technical privacy experience, you'll fit right in with the team that helps Nike earn and deserve consumer trust.
As a Privacy Analyst II, you will be involved in the review of digital products for consumer and internal users, to ensure proper privacy controls for low to medium risk efforts. Through your analysis you will be delivering guidance to ensure experiences are consistent with Nike privacy principles. You will be encouraging privacy best practices through consistent analysis, feedback, and follow-through with product and engineering teams. You may also be monitoring remediation activities with guidance from more senior analysts. You will manage intake for the team and contribute to team process improvements. You will attend meetings, monitor systems, review documents, and liaise with other team members to maintain a portfolio of development efforts requiring privacy engagement. You will be representing Nike's Privacy team in day-to-day activities with Nike business, legal, and technology stakeholders.
- Bachelors' degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or other degree focusing on the intersection of technology and policy, with 3 years relevant professional experience accepted in lieu of a degree.
- 1-year professional experience in a role involving privacy, or compliance, preferably within a technology setting.
- Strong ability to communicate with internal clients and stakeholders regarding the importance of privacy as a core value. Demonstrated ability to maintain good relationships through effective communication.
- Able to work collaboratively in a fast-paced IT environment, where willingness to learn and adapt is critical.
- An understanding of development practices preferably producing high-availability consumer-facing applications.
- Good judgment regarding the expectations of average technology users.
- Ability to generate effective reports and metrics. Attention to detail
- Ability to pass a 7-year background investigation.