Privacy Analyst Digital Technology Nike

As a Consumer Privacy Analyst, you will be involved in the review of a broad range of digital consumer products to ensure proper privacy controls are established and followed. Based on your analysis you will be delivering guidance to ensure consumer experiences are consistent with Nike privacy principles and legal requirements. You will be encouraging privacy best practices through consistent analysis, feedback, and follow-through with product and engineering teams. As situations warrant, you may also be driving remediation actions. Partnering with Legal, you will be representing Nike's Privacy team in day-to-day activities with Nike business, product, and technology stakeholders. Qualifications What we're looking for: + Bachelors' degree, preferably with a major or with significant coursework in areas of technology, business, or compliance, with 3 years relevant professional experience accepted in lieu of a degree. + Demonstrated interest in Privacy as a subject matter and profession. + For positions not at the entry level, requires professional experience in a role involving privacy, or compliance, preferably within a technology setting. + Strong ability to communicate with internal clients and stakeholders regarding the importance of privacy as a core value and business differentiator. + Demonstrated ability to maintain good relationships through effective communication. + Able to work collaboratively in a fast-paced IT environment, where willingness to learn and adapt is critical. + An understanding of development practices preferably producing high-availability consumer-facing applications. + A strong commitment to the value of privacy, as represented in technology products and good judgment regarding the expectations of average technology users. + Ability to pass a 7-year background investigation. Job ID: 00290345 Location: USA-Oregon-Beaverton Job Category: Consumer Digital Technology

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