Manager, Ethics and Compliance (m/w/d)
Itzehoe, Ettlingen, Dortmund, Essen, Ruhr
Flowserve is one of the world's largest manufacturers of pumps, valves and seals with over 16,000 employees in more than 60 countries. Flowserve's innovations have benefited a range of industries, including oil and gas, power, chemical, water, pharmaceuticals and food processing. Experience, leadership and creativity are the tools we use to turn an idea into a solution. We invite you to put your talents and experience in motion with Flowserve. Together, we can create extraordinary flow control solutions to make the world better for everyone.Role Summary: Flowserve is looking to hire a Manager, Ethics and Compliance (m/f/t) Location can be: Itzehoe, Ettlingen, Dortmund, Essen This is an exciting role as you will be responsible to develop a global Data Privacy Program and Strategy from the scratch. In addition, you will be responsible for implementing Flowserve’s Integrity & Compliance program across the EMA region including first class compliance advice to your Business Partners and promoting a culture enabling safe and compliant business. In this role you will report to EMA Compliance Director Responsibilities & Requirements: Evaluate the existing data protection framework and identify areas of non or partial compliance and develop Flowserve’s Data Privacy Program Act as the primary point of contact within the organization for members of staff, regulators, and any relevant public bodies on issues related to data protection globally Ensure the company’s policy is in accordance with General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and California Consumer Privacy Act and other codes of practice Promote a culture of data protection compliance across all units of the organization Draft new and amend existing internal data protection policies, guidelines, and procedures, in consultation with key stakeholders Maintain records of all data processing activities carried out by the company Providing guidance in all compliance matters to the business and promoting a speak up culture within the organization Establish yourself as a trusted advisor to all employees throughout all levels whilst creating an environment of trust and transparency Independently conducting Third Party Due Diligences including the review of all necessary documentation, identifying red flags, developing mitigation procedures etc. Driving & supporting designated projects & workplace initiatives Developing & delivering training programs to employees, including senior leaders Performing Risk Assessments with your Business Partners and monitor accordingly Assisting in the preparation of key presentations Preferred Experience / Skills: Requirements Minimum 5 years of relevant experience in data protection compliance Expertise in European data protection laws and practices including an in-depth understanding of the GDPR Ability to work well under pressure and manage sensitive and confidential information Excellent communication skills (oral and written), including ability to communicate complex information in a short, easy-to-understand format Excellent interpersonal skills, including a friendly and professional demeanor, cooperative partnership approach, and an ability to effectively work both independently and in a team environment with people of many countries and cultures, and at all levels of the organization Highly organized self-starter proficient at multi-tasking and managing multiple priorities and projects simultaneously Have a practical, business oriented, risk-based approach to problem-solving Ability to timely and effectively counsel internal clients by providing them with clear, concise, and practical advice, and creative solutions Ability to maintain strict confidence and discretion Working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, Outlook, Power Point, MS Teams Must be fluent in English Qualified attorney or legal degree preferred, but not mandatory CIPP certification desired but not mandatory Other Posting Location: Ettlingen, Germany;, North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany;Flowserve will also not discriminate against an applicant or employee for inquiring about, discussing or disclosing their pay or, in certain circumstances, the pay of their co-workers.