Lead Privacy Analyst, APAC
Tokyo , Japan, Japan
Job Function: Legal
Date published: 6-Nov-2017
At Nike, we understand that it takes a lifetime to build consumer trust and a moment to lose it. We work hard to earn and maintain that trust every single day – by treating our consumers with respect, and by delivering world-class, innovative products and experiences that are useful, intuitive, and exceed their expectations. Nike’s Global Privacy Team is critical to building and maintaining that trust. We collaborate with business partners to ensure respect for consumer data and privacy are embedded within every product and experience. We help teams understand the importance of privacy while giving thoughtful, clear, and actionable guidance.
NIKE, Inc. is on a mission to evolve our digital business and our Global Privacy Team. We’re looking for world-class talent to join our diverse, passionate, and purpose-driven team. If you’re dynamic, action-oriented, collaborative, thoughtful, and have deep technical privacy experience, you’ll fit right in with the team that helps Nike earn and deserve consumer trust.
About the role
As a Lead Privacy Analyst, APAC you will be involved in the review of digital products for all data subjects in the Asia Pacific region, to ensure proper privacy controls.
- Through your analysis, deliver guidance to ensure consumer experiences and internal data collection are consistent with Nike privacy principles as well as applicable laws.
- Encourage privacy best practices through consistent analysis, feedback, and follow-through with product and engineering teams.
- Liaise with other team members and with the Legal department to maintain subject matter expertise, contribute to team knowledge, and maintain consistency with our business partners.
- Act as the Nike Privacy representative for Japan and South Korea, in day-to-day activities with Nike business, legal, and technology stakeholders.
- Represent the needs of the APAC region back into the Global Privacy program.
- Bachelors' degree in Computer Science, Engineering, or other degree demonstrating focus on the intersection of technology, compliance, and policy, with 5 years relevant professional experience accepted in lieu of a degree.
- Minimum 5 years professional experience in a role involving privacy or compliance.
- Experience working with Information Technology teams. Understanding of development practices preferably producing high-availability consumer-facing applications.
- Experience working with, and influencing, business leaders in promotion of consistent practices and policy.
- Strong ability to communicate the importance of privacy as a business differentiate-or and core value, beyond just legal compliance.
- Tenacity in achieving goals while maintaining excellent business relationships.
- Fluency in English (minimum TOEIC 800+) and minimum equivalent of JLPT N3 level Japanese language competency.