Oferta pracy

Data Protection and Client Confidentiality EMEA Lawyer #206142


  • Wrocław

    Wrocław, Lower Silesia
  • valid for 15 days
    until: 12 Jun 2022
  • contract of employment
  • full-time
  • specialist (Mid / Regular)
  • hybrid work
  • запрошуємо працівників з України
  • Робота для іноземців
    без польської
Запрошуємо працівників з України
Роботодавець відкритий для працевлаштування громадян України

Your responsibilities

An outstanding opportunity to join us as a Data Protection and Client Confidentiality Lawyer to support the Legal Data Protection, EMEA team. You will become part of an international community in a premium Swiss Bank and you will receive insights into how a global Bank is internally governed. Your primary role will be to provide data protection and client confidentiality legal advice for initiatives in the Bank that involve processing of client and personal data in line with applicable EMEA laws (including the EU General Data Protection Regulation, "GDPR"), regulations and Credit Suisse policies. You will assess initiatives’ compliance with general Data Protection Principles and provide practical recommendations to internal stakeholders to help them achieve their objectives in compliance with applicable laws. If required, you will draft privacy statements, disclaimers, data processing consents, etc. and review/ negotiate data protection clauses in Data Processing Agreements, all in collaboration with our peers representing other SME areas and regions. The role also involves support and advice on strategic data protection projects (e.g. implementation of new data protection laws in the Bank) that may involve close collaboration with the Bank’s Data Protection Officer organization and GC colleagues from other departments. You will also be involved in creating and maintaining our internal know-how database and templates.

Your future colleagues

Legal Data Protection, EMEA team is within the global Legal Data Protection Sourcing Organization. As well as working individually on projects, we have regular support and brainstorming sessions, with plenty of opportunities to exchange ideas, learn and grow as part of the broader EMEA team. We also collaborate closely with our GC Sourcing and regional colleagues. We are a department which values Diversity and Inclusion (D&I) and is committed to realizing the firm’s D&I ambition which is an integral part of our global cultural values.

Our requirements

  • Degree in law.

  • Knowledge of current data protection laws in EMEA countries (knowledge of GDPR is critical).

  • Minimum of 1 year of proven legal work experience (preferably in data protection laws).

  • Excellent legal interpretation skills and exercise of judgement, and an appreciation of legal risk.

  • Proven ability to articulate clearly both orally and in writing. Outstanding interpersonal and communication skills.

  • High ethical and control standards.

  • Enthusiasm, initiative, diligence and the capacity for hard work; and to follow-up on challenging issues.

  • A strong drive to carry out projects and matters through to successful completion with internal clients and stakeholders.

  • A true team-player who likes to share knowledge and has a willingness to learn. Proven ability to manage work well under pressure.

  • Dedication to fostering an inclusive culture and value diverse perspectives

What we offer

  • Pension plan

  • Training and development

  • Internal Mobility

  • Other optional

  • Language training course

  • Mentoring

  • Health promotion: Multisport card, sporting events and groups within Credit Suisse (skiing trips, football team, running team, tennis training course etc.)

  • Employee discounts on various products and services (event tickets, consumer products, etc.)

  • Relocation package

  • Employee Referral Program

  • Benefits

  • private medical care

  • life insurance

  • remote work opportunities

  • flexible working time

  • parking space for employees

  • extra social benefits

  • kindergarten / nursery

  • christmas gifts

  • charity initiatives