At Loblaw Digital, we know that our customers expect the best from us. Whether that means building the best, most innovative online shopping experience, or designing an app that will impact the lives of people across the country, we’re up for the challenge. From our office in Downtown Toronto, we’ve created leading eCommerce experiences in the online grocery shopping, beauty, pharmacy, and apparel spaces, and we’re only just getting started.
The Privacy Analyst will work under the direction of the Sr. Manager, Enterprise Privacy to implement and operate the Loblaw Privacy Program at Loblaw Digital. The Privacy Analyst is responsible for supporting the execution of day-to-day privacy activities, including: privacy assessments, privacy compliance reviews and promoting privacy across the business.
- Support the development and implementation of the Privacy Program components (e.g., content development, training, assessments, contract reviews and reporting), as needed.
- Perform coordination and administrative duties for the privacy program (e.g., scheduling meetings, taking minutes, conducting follow-up, compiling documentation).
- Track and report on privacy risks and status of key program activities
- Prepare program updates and other required materials (e.g., work flows, use cases).
- Assist in conducting privacy assessments, including, project intake and triage, information gathering, stakeholder coordination, and documentation, as needed.
- Support the delivery of privacy training and awareness, as needed.
- Support privacy breach management activities (e.g., intake, escalation and investigation).
- Develop familiarity with applicable privacy laws and industry standards, and monitor advancements in information privacy technologies.
- Perform research on privacy trends, best practices and changes in technology landscape.
- Build positive relationships with peers at Loblaw Digital and across the broader organization.
- Post-secondary education at the college or university level (or in progress) in a relevant field.
- Certificate in CIPP or equivalent preferred.
- Experience within a corporate retail environment preferred.
- Knowledge of risk management, compliance and project management frameworks and methodologies is an asset.
- Ability to work independently with minimal supervision and cohesively in a team setting.
- Intermediate computer skills and working experience with Excel, PowerPoint and Visio.
- Organizational, verbal, facilitation, communication, presentation and interpersonal skills.
- Ability to synthesize complex information into succinct and relevant business artefacts.
- Ability to build working relationships across the organization.
- Demonstrate sound judgement and critical thinking, analytical, and problem-solving skills.