Job Requisition Id: 43401
Business Function: Privacy and Compliance
Primary City: Ottawa
Employment Type: Full-Time
Employment Status: Term
Language Requirement: English Essential
Number of Vacancies 1
Job Closing Date (dd/mm/yyyy): 09/06/2020
Contributes to the development of policies, procedures and practices to ensure compliance with privacy legislation. Conducts periodic reviews, and prepares recommendations to ensure timely updates or enhancements, as necessary.
Acts as an internal advisor and provides direction and guidance on matters related to the collection, use and disclosure of the personal information of employees, customers and consumers. Monitors and responds to enquiries from product and business groups across the company regarding privacy requirements applicable to their activities.
Conducts preliminary privacy impact assessments of a less complex nature, where established procedures, policies and practices are in place.
Provides first level response to privacy breaches; works with internal departments (e.g. Security and Investigations, IT), Office of the Privacy Commissioner and customer privacy teams, as needed, in the event of an incident. For example, customer mail left on trays, customer receiving opened mail, lost mail – does preliminary analysis, scope, recommends how to contain the situation, etc. Conducts root cause analyses to reduce the risk of recurrence. Prepares assessment for the Senior Advisor and General Manager
Monitors trends, current events, emerging technologies, and news related to privacy; summarizes and synthesizes the information and distributes to the privacy group and interested parties across the organization (i.e. Privacy Working Group, Sales and Marketing, LoBs). Edits a regular Privacy Newsletter. Creates and maintains privacy related information on the Intranet and external website to support the Corporation’s commitment to privacy.
Job Responsibilities (continued)
Reviews Federal Privacy Commissioner’s findings, provincial commissioners’ decisions and orders for matters relevant to Canada Post. Completes in depth research, legislative interpretation, prepares briefing notes and updates to provide guidance on privacy matters for the Privacy Office’s use or for distribution within Canada Post.
Conducts initial information gathering to respond to investigations and audits by the federal Privacy Commissioner or provincial privacy commissioners.
Receives, investigates and prepares responses to privacy complaints on matters related to the collection, use and disclosure of the personal information of employees, customers and consumers. Tracks complaints to resolution and reports on outcomes.
Works with, and provides the appropriate content to Learning and Development to develop and deploy privacy training and awareness programs across the corporation, to build a culture of privacy and responsible management of personal information.
Supports the Senior Advisor, Privacy in planning, scheduling and maintaining the record of activities of the Canada Post Privacy Working Group. Other related duties as requested to ensure privacy best practices and legislative compliance.
Completed post-secondary education, preferably in a related field OR a combination of equivalent professional experience and training
1 to 3 years of relevant functional experience
Experience in the Access to Information field will be considered an asset
French will be considered a strong asset
Other Candidate Requirements
Proficient computer skills and competent with Microsoft Office programs
Enrollment in specific designation and or certifications programs may be required for certain positions (e.g. Finance & Engineering).
Strong communication, analytical, and customer service skills
One year term position with possibility of extension and/or permanency
Please submit your resume and cover letter for this position. An exam may be administered for short-listed candidates to assess their writing and analytical skills.
Canada Post is committed to employment equity and encourages applications from women, Aboriginal people, persons with disabilities and visible minorities.
Conflict of Interest
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