Sr. Privacy Program Manager | Ping Identity | $108k-$129k | Remote (USA)

Sr. Privacy Program Manager | Ping Identity | $108k-$129k | Remote (USA)

108,000 - 129,000 / year
Remote US
Application ends: August 14, 2024
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Job Description

Ping Identity is looking for an experienced Privacy Program Manager to join our Information Security and Compliance team, reporting to Ping’s Director of Compliance and Information Security.    

As a Privacy Program Manager, you will manage Ping’s privacy program, improve privacy operations, and support the business in ensuring processes are operating according to regulatory and contractual obligations. Using your knowledge of regulations such as GDPR, CCPA, Australia Privacy Act and PIPEDA, you will help the business to operate according to data protection best practice and provide privacy guidance in the development of tools, products, and processes.    

You will:    

  •  Manage the overall privacy program and privacy by design, working closely with cross-functional teams, including Security, Legal, Product, HR, IT, Procurement, Support, SRE, and Development. Conduct routine privacy assurance reviews of the business and functions
  • Manage privacy program certification (ISO 27018), policies and procedures 
  • Perform privacy compliance tasks, including data mapping, PIAs, TIAs, and privacy training 
  • Complete privacy reviews for new and existing vendors, resulting in updated data maps, contractual recommendations, business owner responsibilities related to the use of personal data and privacy by design 
  • Coordinate and fulfill data subject rights requests 
  • Manage privacy incidents and provide operational support for security or other incident response activities impacting privacy 
  • Maintain compliance records, including data inventories, Art 30 records, DSR logs, data transfer authorizations, sub-processor notices and responses, and notifications from vendors regarding sub-processor changes 
  • Manage ongoing administrative requirements for privacy, such as annual registrations and filings 
  • Compile privacy program metrics for reporting 

You have:    

  • Direct experience building or managing a privacy program for a global workforce and cloud services solutions
  • At least 5 years of direct experience with privacy regulations, including GDPR, CCPA, PIPEDA, and Privacy Act (AUS)
  • Experience supporting internal and external customers
  • Direct audit management experience. Knowledge of ISO 27001, 27002, and SOC 2
  • Understanding privacy and security controls at the systems, network, and application level 

You have an advantage if you have:     

  • Privacy certifications, such as CDPSE, CIPP/E, CIPP/US, CIPM, CDPO 

Hiring Range: $107,500-$129,000

In accordance with Colorado’s Equal Pay for Equal Work Act (SB 19-085) the approximate compensation range for this role in Colorado is listed above. Final compensation for this role will be determined by various factors, such as knowledge, skills, and abilities.