Information Governance Officer

Salary/Rate: Up to £45,000 Per annum

Information Governance Officer with a GDPR Practitioner accreditation is required by a successful managed service provider to the charity sector.  The role is predominantly remote working, however candidates must be prepared to visit client sites in London when required.

The primary focus of the role is to ensure that the various charities GDPR data protection and information governance is in order.  It is essential that the chosen candidate understands how GDPR data protection is applied in the every day work place.  It is also important that the information governance officer understands the law around GDPR.

A large part of the role will be meeting the various charities to understand their needs around data protection and GDPR.  The chosen candidate will also have the opportunity to undertake various project work including audits for charities as and when required.

Location: Mainly remote working with some site visits in London

Annual salary: Up to £45,000 per annum

Start Date:  As soon as candidates can become available

WHY PEOPLE CHOOSE TO WORK FOR OUR CLIENT?

–          Fast, long-term career development. Our client invests in their staff through training, both e-learning (Pluralsight), labs, and exams, an annual personal development plan (PDP), mentoring, and a strong support framework from colleagues, managers and HR. They want their staff to evolve and grow with the company.

–          Technology. Our client works hard to lead our competitors in bringing new technologies to market. Staff are exposed to the latest technologies so they can understand and share the benefits of those technologies with our customers.

–          Wellbeing. Our client invests in Workplace Wellbeing and are aligning to the Mind Workplace Wellbeing Index (https://www.mind.org.uk/workplace/workplace-wellbeing-index/).

–          Benefits. Our client pay good salaries with annual bonus active after 12 months based on company performance. Salaries are reviewed in line with PDP goals.

–          Transparent approach: staff are provided with clear and fair KPIs on how their performance will be measured, and how they measure that of their colleagues. We encourage learning proactively and ensure that mistakes are similarly an opportunity to learn.

–          Responsibilities: They encourage staff to develop their responsibilities and work independently and proactively, with their support network available when required.

 

Upload your CV. Maximum file size: 2mb. File type: .doc, .docx or .pdf only.
If you have a cover letter, upload it here. Maximum file size: 2mb. File type: .doc, .docx or .pdf only.
I agree to the processing of submitted data in accordance with the Logix Resourcing Privacy Policy

Share this job
Scroll to Top