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Data & AI Compliance Associate Manager
- 13th month pay & Holiday allowance
- Bonus Program
- 26 holidays
- Training & Learning opportunities
- Laptop & Smartphone
- 32-40 hours p.w.
As Associate Manager, Data & AI Compliance, you have an important role in building Accenture’s new global Data & Applied Intelligence compliance program, reporting to and in close cooperation with the Manager, Data & AI Compliance. The program will ensure Accenture meets contractual obligations, legal and regulatory requirements as well as voluntary commitments made in the fields of data governance and applied (artificial) intelligence, with a strong focus on bringing Accenture’s values and culture to life.
This role will support our activities to design, build and maintain a strong compliance program which sits next to our mature data privacy program. The program will be established and operational in 2023 and beyond. It works in close alignment with our other compliance programs, our Global Services Legal team, Responsible AI team and others. It is a full-time role that will be filled by an experienced professional able to demonstrate expertise and interest in the areas of digital, technology, governance and compliance.
Closely working with other Data & AI Compliance staff, your key responsibilities will be to:
Review Accenture internal as well as client facing projects to ensure compliance with law, regulations and voluntary commitments
Draft and maintain Accenture standards and controls reflecting legal, regulatory and policy requirements as well as best practices
Closely work with risk, information security and other teams to support building and running the program, supporting our risk and quality management as well as post market monitoring, each as relevant for the scope of the program
Support client facing work such as providing guidance to contracting counsel
Support the documentation of AI systems and solutions with a focus on high-risk ones
Provide advice to ensure data and AI compliance issues are considered at the outset of new services, offerings, projects, products and initiatives
Keep abreast of technology trends and developments and their impact, and develop and deliver guidance and training for internal audiences
Build and maintain strong and trusted relationships with internal stakeholders, in particular with legal, risk, information security and business teams.
Knowledge, Skills and Experience:
Demonstrated command of data governance and artificial intelligence, and related policy, laws and regulations
Has worked supporting a compliance program, ideally at multinational organization and/or in the digital, AI or technology space
Proven ability to operationalize and implement strategy and policies
Demonstrated ability to identify, understand and assess trends and developments in data governance and AI, such as the proposed EU AI and digital packages, and to explain issues in a practical, results-focused manner
Ability to synthesize complex analysis into clear and consistent recommendations
Ability to prioritize and make decisions, and possess a high level of common sense, including the ability to see around the corner and spot risks before they materialize
Strong verbal, written and interpersonal skills with the ability to interface, and develop relationships, with all levels of management and staff, and work cross-culturally.
Behaviors and Attributes:
Highly motivated and proactive, with the ability to articulate program scope and mission
Curiosity for learning about new technology, industry best practices, and areas of risk, analyzing and turning new insights into concrete action
Strong commitment to ethics, values and company culture
Committed to building and maintaining a consistent global program
Building and maintaining a network of good working relationships both internally and externally
Fluent in English
Education and Qualifications
Law degree (based on geography) or M.Sc. or comparable degree in (business) informatics, data science, information management, or adjacent subjects
Relevant certifications (such as in data privacy, data governance, audit, AI, Information Security) considered a plus
Minimum 3-5 years of experience in a (ideally global) compliance and ethics/governance function
Knowledge of data governance, data management principles, strategies and frameworks
Knowledge of and experience in monitoring legal and regulatory trends and developments and translating those into actionable requirements
Strong project management and organizational skills would be considered a plus.
No travel required
Ability to work in the country stated in the requisition, or ownership of obtaining those credentials prior to an agreed start date
Must have ability to effectively work with others remotely, manage a schedule with global stakeholders
We believe it is crucial that you know where you stand during your application, and what the next steps are. Our process is short - but thorough - and we'd like to get to know you, and see if we are a great fit. Please connect with our recruiters in case of questions.
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