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Data Privacy Manager

Corti

Corti

Copenhagen, Denmark
Posted on Friday, June 7, 2024
There is no quality healthcare without a quality dialogue. Today, that dialogue is broken; we need you to help us fix it.
At Corti, we are growing fast and are looking for fresh, senior talent to make sure we go in the right direction!
Doctors and nurses across the world are facing unprecedented challenges. When we meet them, they're dealing with heavy workloads, extensive paperwork, and the pressure of performing well, which in healthcare, can have dire consequences. This system is gradually undermining the passion and autonomy of our dedicated healthcare professionals, who entered this field to provide care, not to clerk. Corti has built the world's premier AI assistant for healthcare providers. It listens in during patient dialogue, takes notes, writes summaries, journals and does quality assurance. When information is missed, or risk is high, it offers nudges and prompts to help steer the dialogue back on the right path. Entire countries trust Corti to deliver better healthcare, and our AI has already helped millions of patients, but we are just getting started.
If you enjoy working in a fun, autonomous, and collaborative team, guided by shared values, and a willingness to act, iterate, and learn then come join Corti as a Data Privacy Manager and help us scale to the next level.
In this role you will ensure that our products and services meet the highest standards of data privacy practices and compliance while facilitating innovation commercialization, thereby fostering trust and confidence among our users and stakeholders. If this sounds interesting to you here’s a sneak peak of some of your potential teammates!

What will you do?

  • Ensure that our data processing activities align with the principles outlined in GDPR, HIPAA and other relevant privacy and data protection regulation.
  • Develop and implement data privacy policies and procedures tailored to the unique needs of Corti and its customers as well as implement appropriate organizational measures, and maintain up-to-date documentation of data processing activities.
  • Draft and coordinate with customers and stakeholders DPAs, DPIAs, BAAs, data sharing agreements, consent forms etc.
  • Conduct privacy impact assessments to identify and mitigate potential risks associated with our data processing activities.
  • Provide ongoing guidance and support on privacy-related matters to internal stakeholders and promote a culture of privacy within our organization.
  • Evaluate the privacy practices of third-party vendors and service providers, ensuring that they adhere to our privacy standards and contractual obligations.
  • Proactively update our privacy program to developments in data privacy law and regulation, as well as emerging privacy risks and trends also by leveraging new technologies and tools to enhance our privacy posture.
  • Support the Director of Quality and Governance and the DPO in managing the data privacy program.

You’ll thrive in this role if you have:

  • A Problem-Solving Mindset - You should be proactive in identifying areas for improvement and be able to develop innovative solutions.
  • A team Player Mentality - Collaboration is fundamental in this role. You’ll work closely with cross-functional teams, senior leadership, and external partners.
  • Excellent verbal and written communication, negotiation, and stakeholder management skills.
  • You have a ton of drive and the ability to thrive in a high-paced environment like Corti.
  • Privacy Compliance Knowledge - Familiarity with industry regulations and standards related to data privacy is essential.

What background we’re looking for:

  • Experience: Proven track record of implementing and managing privacy programs for ideally at least 2-4 years, preferably within our industry or a related field.
  • Good understanding of relevant privacy laws and regulations beyond the GDPR including sector-specific regulations and emerging trends in data protection and privacy.
  • Education: Bachelor's degree required, Masters degree preferred. Additional certifications relating to data privacy preferred.
  • Demonstrated understanding of data privacy principles, methodologies, and tools.
  • Experience in conducting DPIAs, developing risk mitigation strategies, and implementing risk management frameworks.

Practicalities

  • This is a full-time position, starting as soon as possible.
  • You will be reporting to the Director of Quality and Governance.
  • The work location for this position is preferred in Copenhagen (hybrid).
  • Yearly trip with the entire company - We went to Portugal last year!
  • Investment in learning & developing you and your career.
  • Paid parental leave.
  • Company pension scheme.
  • Health insurance.
  • You will join a multinational team passionate about revolutionizing healthcare.

KPIs

  • Privacy program maturity.
  • High audit scores.
  • DPIAs, DPAs and BAAs compliance rate.
  • Cost savings or revenue generation.

Who are you as a person

  • You are energized by purpose.
  • You prefer truths over comfortable illusions.
  • You don’t want a job where you watch the clock, but one where you make it count.
  • You are looking for a community of people equally as dedicated.
  • You embrace the pace of startup life.