Chief Compliance Officer & Data Protection Officer
Huuuge Games — We’re a global, fast-moving hyper-growing free-to-play game developer & publisher on a mission to empower billions of people to play together.
Join Huuuge Games and get your ticket to take part in one of the greatest stories ever told in gaming. Team Huuuge is all about making truly social mobile games, and people who love games and dream about building experiences enjoyed by millions around the globe are who we are looking for.
What makes us special is our company culture. We worship everyday learning and playing together as a team of teams. People who are humble and hungry to learn are the ones Huuuge Games is looking for.
The Chief Compliance Officer & Data Protection Officer is responsible for developing and implementing a strategic and comprehensive compliance program for the Corporate Group in accordance will all relevant Polish and international laws as well as in other jurisdictions in which the Corporate Group operates, including policy development, providing training and education, applying effective practices that minimize risk and ensure the confidentiality of personal data, timely reporting, consistent corrective/remedial actions and efficient daily operations. The Data Protection Officer is the official manager in charge of data protection for the Corporate Group pursuant to GDPR.
The CCO-DPO reports to the General Counsel and indirectly to the President of the Corporate Group.
- Providing challenge and a control to the business’ compliance risk-taking and risk assessments.
- Manage, maintain and regularly evaluate the compliance, data protection and privacy program, including but not limited to monitoring possible areas of compliance risk and implementing corrective action plans for the resolution of current and potential problems; evaluating and revising as necessary compliance policies and procedures of the organization; and working with the IT, Product and Technology departments to review all system-related information security plans throughout the organization’s network to ensure alignment with security, data protection and privacy practices.
- Prepare compliance, data protection and privacy reports on a regular basis for the General Counsel including an annual assessment of the progress and status of the compliance program for the General Counsel to present to the Board of Directors, the Executive Management team.
- Manage the standard reporting mechanism within the organization for the reporting of compliance, data protection or privacy issues for investigation and resolution, including confidentiality measures for reporting employees and reporting of violations to outside authorities as appropriate or required.
- Conduct thorough and complete investigations into alleged or suspected compliance, data protection or privacy issues and ensure all issues reach a resolution and such investigations and resolutions are properly documented.
- Coordinate with the Human Resources Department to ensure the delivery of an effective compliance, data protection and privacy training program, including appropriate introductory training for new employees and ongoing training for existing staff and ensure that there are consistent consequences for failure to comply with privacy and data protection policies for all individuals within the organization.
- Review on an on-going basis and update as necessary all compliance, data protection and privacy policies.
- Serve as the Data Protection Officer for the Corporate Group and ensure compliance with privacy practices, data protection regulations (including but not limited to GDPR and the CCPA) and consistent application and recommendations of sanctions for failure to comply with privacy and data protection policies, working with the General Counsel as appropriate.
- Respond to all subpoenas and government inquiries and investigations in accordance with policies and procedures and collaborate with the General Counsel on response strategy for atypical subpoenas or requests.
- Track laws and regulations that might affect the organization’s policies and procedures and works with other members of the legal department to draft and update plans, protocols and policies and training as appropriate.
- Ensure that compliance policies are followed in the contracting process.
- Other duties as assigned
- Bilingual in English and Polish
- Degree from an accredited university
- Certification in compliance work preferred
- Minimum of 3-5 years experience in compliance programs with tech companies (with ideally at least one year with compliance experience with GDPR) or in a law firm with similar experience
- Hands-on experience with US compliance requirements, policies and procedures (e.g., SOX, US GAAP)
- Experience working within or for the compliance department of a Polish public company
- Must possess exceptional analytical, creativity and problem-solving skills.
- Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing required.
- Comprehensive knowledge of GDPR, CCPA and other data protection and privacy regulations, compliance laws and personal data privacy laws and strong research and analytical skills in interpreting and identifying relevant regulations.
- Demonstrated ability to work independently with minimal supervision; multi-task and prioritize in a fast-paced setting, often hectic setting with frequent interruptions.
- Ability to investigate, review and analyze incidents from a non-judgmental and unbiased point of view and maintain organized and appropriate files and documentation in support of compliance.
- Proficient in use of Microsoft Office products, particularly Word, PowerPoint and Excel.
- Must regard work as confidential.
- Ability to take on additional duties when necessary.
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