Endouble is looking for a new Data Protection Officer to advise us on privacy regulations and legislation compliance. Currently, the DPO is not a full-time job. We will reserve 0,5FTE (or 2,5 days a week) for a DPO position, and would ideally combine it with another position within the organisation.
Even though our mission and vision are very important to us, research has shown that candidates don’t want to read about a company’s vision and mission in a vacancy text. If you decide this role is for you, you can get to know us a little better by checking out our website!
The Data Protection Officer is a new role in the company. The main responsibilities are the companies’ compliance with, consultancy, and education on privacy regulation and good practices. The DPO will work closely with CISO and will report directly to the CEO.
As our new Data Protection Officer, your goal is to:
Your tasks will consist of:
See for reference purposes: https://gdpr-info.eu/art-39-gdpr/
We expect the candidate to be knowledgeable on the topic of privacy and data regulation, however, we don’t expect the candidate to be CIPP/E certified before joining us.
Since our current customers are a 50/50 split Dutch/English speaking we have a preference for a candidate that is able to read Dutch on a professional level.
However, we are open to candidates that are willing to improve their Dutch speaking skills.
There are opportunities to improve your skills by doing the CIPP/E training and certification, and also a combination of the CIPM and/or CIPT trainings based on the current level of knowledge of the candidate. But we are open for alternatives too.
Choosing for Endouble means choosing for:
Some other perks include:
We hope you’re as excited about working at Endouble as we are! If you have any remaining questions about the vacancy then you can contact our HR Specialist, Annabel Neville, via [email protected] or 0202400240. We look forward to hearing from you!
Acquisition is not appreciated.
Fill in the form and apply (either in Dutch or English)! Questions? Please contact Annabel Neville, via [email protected] or 020-2400240.