Data Protection Advisor

We are pleased to be representing a leading wealth management and employee benefits organisation who are seeking to recruit a Data Protection Advisor to join their expanding compliance and risk team.

You will be responsible for maintaining a secure framework for the management of our clients data and ensuring compliance with data protection legislation. You will act as a focal point for all aspects of ours clients day to day compliance with data protection legislation. Candidates will be responsible for implementing and the ongoing management of policies, procedures and processes to ensure compliance.

Candidates will ideally be educated to degree level with a recognised data protection qualification. You will have an excellent understanding of the requirements of Data Protection and related legislation. Candidates ideally need to have experience of operating within the wealth management, employee benefits or an FCA regulated market, and have strong analytical and communication skills.

In return, candidates can expect to receive a competitive basic salary as well as an excellent benefits package.

Sector Financial Services
Region Yorkshire
Salary£40,000 to £50,000 Basic
Job typePermanent

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