Corporate/Attorney/In House/Atlanta, Georgia

Company Name:
Global Privacy Attorney
Duties: Evaluates, advises and helps to mitigate risk for the organization on privacy related matters. Ensures consistency in the legal and business positions taken by companyon privacy issues and supports the fact finding and evaluation of legal matters. Reviews applicable laws, policies, and regulations to determine positions that best protect the company and communicates with business units to support legal compliance and consistency. May manage outside counsel (OC) in representing company. May manage Legal Administration Managers, Paralegals, and Administrative Assistants. Responds to day-to-day questions from business units to provide advice in discrete areas concerning privacy issues and to support compliance with applicable laws, regulations, and policies. Evaluates factual circumstances surrounding legal matters (e.g., course of events, causes of violations, agreements, etc.) to gain a better understanding and to ensure accuracy of the facts. Coordinates with OC in the representation of the company?s position to ensure a consistent, accurate, and complete explanation and defense of company's legal position. Provides guidance to business unit management to assist the business in addressing privacy matters and to ensure consistent, appropriate, and cost-effective handling of such matters. Provides relevant training and coaching for appropriate employee groups. Reviews pertinent documentation to determine the rights and obligations of involved parties (e.g., company, companyemployees, government agencies, plaintiffs, defendants, etc.). Reviews laws, policies, and regulations applicable to privacy related situations to frame possible outcomes and to determine a position for company that best serves and protects the company. Collaborates with OC in developing strategies for cases to ensure matters are resolved appropriately and in a cost-effective manner. Assigns Attorneys from OC to ensure expertise is appropriately matched with specific privacy matters. Holds others accountable to established performance levels to achieve individual and group goals and maintain consistent practices across the organization. Tracks expenditures against financial targets; describes impact of area?s budget on organizational financial plan. Uses multiple strategies to persuade others; identifies and removes barriers to agreements; wins concessions effectively; provides input into future negotiation processes or strategies. Prioritizes complex, material, and/or multi-functional risks to the enterprise; coordinates and provides governance over risk treatments; develops business continuity plans to improve preparedness and response capabilities. Demonstrates a detailed understanding of processes, procedures, and methods within small package operations; demonstrates a broad knowledge of tools, equipment, and technology used in small package operations; identifies root causes of recurring issues; describes the general structure of small package operations. Maintains strategic relationships with vendor leadership; reviews and selects vendors for contracts; creates vendor contracts; identifies and resolves vendor or contract issues; recommends changes to the procurement process.

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