Digitalization progresses rapidly in the world of education. Data empowers teachers to optimize teaching and students to receive personalized learning. Our customers entrust Sanoma Learning with data, and we are committed to safeguarding it.
We are now hiring a Privacy Manager for Sanoma Learning Nordic Region business unit. Our developing Nordics organization employs approximately 270 employees in Finland and Sweden.
- Helping us design and implement the most customer-centric and cost-effective solutions, yet fully compliant with the regulations.
- Educating the stakeholders, operational and development teams; providing them with day-to-day support.
- Setting the standards for documentation and ensuring they are met.
- Creating metrics, dashboards and reports to visualize and communicate the state of maturity in the area of privacy, development needs.
- Leading the task force that investigates and responds to potential deviations.
What we expect from you
- Multiple years of work experience in the privacy area and an ambition to keep yourself up to date with the developments in the area.
- Strong analytical capabilities.
- Flexibility, problem-solving skills and ability to work autonomously.
- Strong social and communication skills. Excellent command of English, both written and spoken.
- Ability to read and comment related documentation and supplier/customer contracts written in Finnish and Swedish.
- Meeting our Sanoma values: engaging others, sharing views, looking ahead and making it happen.
- EU work permit or Finnish/Swedish residence permit; relocation costs will not be covered.
The job is located at Sanoma’s offices either in Helsinki or Stockholm. Currently, we are working flexibly both onsite and remotely.
Are you interested? We offer a meaningful job, great team and competitive employee benefits. The position will be filled as soon as a suitable person has been found so apply now! Want to know more? Contact Nordics Technology Director Markus Aurala (+358445800173 or email@example.com) on the 25th of October or 1st of November (14.00-16.00 EET).