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Senior Manager, Privacy



Boston, MA, USA
Posted on Friday, April 5, 2024

We’re defining what it means to build and deliver the most extraordinary sports and entertainment experiences. Our global team is trailblazing new markets, developing cutting-edge products, and shaping the future of responsible gaming.

Here, “impossible” isn’t part of our vocabulary. You’ll face some of the toughest but most rewarding challenges of your career. They’re worth it. Channeling your inner grit will accelerate your growth, help us win as a team, and create unforgettable moments for our customers.

The Crown Is Yours

As a Senior Manager, Privacy, you’ll be leading the development of global privacy and risk assessment programs critical to the compliance of data protection laws and regulations. Utilizing strong analytical and people management skills, this role will also support the ongoing growth of our greater compliance team, working cross functionally with other product and senior leaders. You’ll leverage your expertise in assessments and program management to develop and drive smart privacy compliance strategies from the ground up.

What you’ll do as a Senior Manager, Privacy

  • Manage all aspects of assessments and data inventory elements of global privacy program with a focus on US, EU, and UK compliance for several international companies in a fast-paced, complex corporate environment

  • Deploy and administer enterprise-scale tooling for efficient management and maintenance of Records of Processing Activities, Privacy Impact Assessments, Data Protection Impact Assessments, and Legitimate Interest Assessments covering lawful basis determinations, data flow mapping, technical and organizational controls, and international transfers

  • Collaborate with and guide hundreds of business stakeholders through the completion of all types of privacy and data protection assessments and data inventory questionnaires

  • Identify, collate, and document privacy risks through assessments and inventory initiatives and counsel business stakeholders on practical remediation solutions and control development in a broad range of commercial and corporate contexts

  • Develop, conduct, and deliver department-wide and team-specific trainings on domestic and international requirements related to privacy and data protection assessments

  • Manage Compliance personnel responsible for carrying out business process assessments, data inventories, other privacy initiatives

  • Contribute to building the privacy program by defining obligations for business functions across the organization and establishing documentation and procedures for personal data management and privacy risk mitigation

  • Assist the Compliance department with miscellaneous privacy, data protection, and regulatory matters germane to the company’s operations in state and international gaming, DFS, and sports entertainment markets

What you’ll bring

  • 7+ years of experience across all areas of privacy and data protection compliance in either a reputable technology company or law firm; experience in online gaming preferred

  • A bachelor’s degree – and, preferably, a master’s degree or law degree – and CIPP/E and CIPP/M or CIPP/US certifications held for a minimum of 3 years

  • An in-depth knowledge of U.S., EU, UK, and other global data privacy laws and regulations, including the CCPA and GDPR

  • Experience conducting data inventories and performing all types of privacy and data protection assessments

  • Familiarity with industry standard methods of encryption, anonymization, and other information security controls

  • A demonstrated commitment to ethical business practice and personal integrity

  • An unquestionable work ethic, strong sense of accountability, and capacity to work cooperatively, diplomatically, and proactively with hundreds of colleagues globally

Join Our Team

We’re a publicly traded (NASDAQ: DKNG) technology company headquartered in Boston. As a regulated gaming company, you may be required to obtain a gaming license issued by the appropriate state agency as a condition of employment. Don’t worry, we’ll guide you through the process if this is relevant to your role.

The US base salary range for this full-time position is $136,640.00 - $204,960.00, plus bonus, equity, and benefits as applicable. Our salary ranges are determined by role, level, and location. The range displayed on each job posting reflects the minimum and maximum target for new hire salaries for the position across all US locations. Within the range, individual pay is determined by work location and additional factors, including job-related skills, experience, and relevant education or training. Your recruiter can share more about the specific salary range and how that was determined during the hiring process.