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Job ID: JR0041468
Job Category: Legal
Primary Location: Munich, DE
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Job Type: Intel Contract Employee

Privacy Attorney (f/m)

Job Description

We are searching for an attorney to advise primarily on EMEA specific Privacy/Security Legal questions, represent a diverse group of BU clients across all geographies on legal issues related to privacy, data security, cybersecurity and compliance, and work in a team-centered environment. Your responsibilities will include but not be limited to:

  • Contributing to our ongoing mission to create a world-class privacy and security legal organization
  • Counseling clients on all aspects of domestic and international laws concerning privacy, data security, and cybersecurity.
  • Assisting business teams on incorporating privacy by design into products/services and adopting innovative privacy solutions from inception to end-of-life
  • Advising business teams on various types of privacy plans, privacy impact assessments, compliance, data security and data breach management.
  • Providing privacy and security due diligence and integration for acquired companies.
  • Researching and tracking global privacy and security legislation, evolving regulations, and enforcement and translating that into practical advice.
  • Providing some legal support on a global scale for certain product areas.
  • Training employees and other attorneys on privacy and security legal compliance.
  • Working with the Global team, other EMEA Legal team members, external counsel, the Intel Privacy Office, and other colleagues as necessary, regarding new laws, regulations, and guidelines that may affect Intel's business.


Qualifications

This position requires the following experience and personal skills:

  • A minimum of two years of legal experience as a privacy lawyer and a passion for the subject some of which must be on an international scale.
  • Qualified to practice law in an EU Member State.
  • Strong communication, negotiation and contract drafting skills.
  • Strong substantive knowledge of EMEA privacy and data security laws, and EMEA cybersecurity laws.
  • Consistent good judgment and ability to apply legal knowledge to help create practical business solutions.
  • Ability to operationalise legal requirements and provide commercial advice.
  • Ability to work well under pressure with diligence, organization, and minimal supervision, and provide practical advice to clients.
  • Ability to manage a diverse and complex workload while maintaining priorities and proactively anticipating issues.
  • Strong team-working skills approaches work with flexibility and a positive attitude and constructively manages change.
  • Excellent project management skills.
  • A sense of humour.
  • Experience in the computer industry and/or in-house legal work would be an added advantage.
  • IAPP certification is desirable but not required.
  • Some limited travel may be required as part of the role.

Inside this Business Group

Law and Policy Group offers unique opportunities to work in a variety of areas, including counsel to Intel businesses; technology and intellectual property licensing; patent prosecution; trademarks and brands; litigation, mergers, acquisitions and investing; legislative and regulatory lobbying; and corporate compliance.

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