Project Manager – GDPR
Excellent 10 month contract for a GDPR compliance Project manager to manage the GDPR law across the whole organisation.
Work with compliance and internal stakeholders to scope the requirements of new regulations/regulation changes
Project manage the implementation of cross-functional compliance projects using the new business project management methodology and tools
Prepare and maintain all project documentation, including project briefs, project milestone/task plans and project log
Report project progress
Hold regular project meetings with the cross-functional project team
Collaborate with internal stakeholders to analyse information needs and business requirements
Drive and challenge business units on how they will successfully roll out the regulatory requirements
Foster strong working relationship with internal stakeholders
Project Management qualification/certification with experience in a Project Manager role in a fast paced results oriented environment
Delivery of compliance/data protection projects (experience of GDPR essential and IDD preferred).
Demonstrable ability to see multiple cross-functional projects through to successful completion simultaneously within established timeframes and budget to lead and develop cross-functional project teams managing multiple senior stakeholders
Gather, interpret and evaluate regulatory requirements and translate them into business requirements
Proficiency in Microsoft
Fluency in written and spoken English
Fluency in another language would be an advantage
Experience within the insurance/financial services industry desirable.
Flexible and adaptive,High attention to detail & accuracy
Results driven and solution oriented
Works effectively on own initiative
Strong communication (verbal & written) & interpersonal skills, including the ability to interact professionally with a diverse group of people, including senior stakeholders
Comfortable challenging the ideas of others, including senior stakeholders
Maintains a positive attitude in the face of adversity and competing priorities