Carleton University’s General Counsel Office is searching for an Access to Information & Privacy Manager to support the university in meeting its access to information, privacy and anti-spam obligations. The ideal candidate will get to work on matters affecting university administration, philanthropy, teaching and learning, research, and student services, and will collaborate with external stakeholders such as federal and provincial government agencies, non-governmental organizations and research funders.
This is a full-time, continuing position. The total compensation package includes competitive extended health and dental benefits, annual and sick leave, life insurance, pension, and unique perks such as tuition benefits and access to the fitness facilities at Carleton.
The ideal candidate will have experience leading the development and improvement of a privacy management program, fostering relationships across organizations ensuring compliance with applicable access and privacy laws, and managing various projects varying in scope and size. We are looking for a thought leader in privacy who can promote Carleton University as a privacy-focused institution. Ideally, you have at least 4 years’ experience working in a privacy office or data protection setting, with two years of leadership and supervision experience as well. It would be considered an asset if you hold certifications from the International Association of Privacy Professional (IAPP), such as Certified Information Privacy Professional/Canada (CIPP/C), or from the Privacy and Access Council of Canada (PACC). The ideal candidate must exercise a great deal of discretion and judgment, and should be up to date on access and privacy developments impacting the university’s operations.