WHO WE ARE
Braze delivers customer experiences across email, mobile, SMS, and web. Customers, including Burger King, Delivery Hero, HBO Max, Mercari, and Venmo, use the Braze platform to facilitate real-time experiences between brands and consumers in a more authentic and human way. And we do it at scale – each month, hundreds of billions of messages are sent to a network of over 3 billion active users through Braze.
Need more proof? Braze was named a Leader in the Forrester Wave™: Cross-Channel Campaign Management (Independent Platforms), Q3 2021, and was named to the Forbes Cloud 100 list for the fourth consecutive year. The company has also been selected as one of Fortune’s Best Workplace for Millennials in 2021, and was ranked #20 on Fortune’s Best Medium Sized Workplaces in 2021. Braze is certified as a Great Place to Work in the UK and the U.S. and is recognized as one of the UK's Best Workplaces for Women.
Braze is seeking an experienced privacy lawyer to advise on a wide array of privacy matters. While we expect the successful candidate will have a broad knowledge of global privacy laws, especially GDPR, this role will focus on U.S. privacy laws, including the CCPA, CPRA, HIPAA, VCDPA, COPPA and others. This individual will advise across all areas of privacy, including SaaS agreements, vendor agreements, handling of employee PII, and general B2B marketing strategies.
We're looking for someone who thrives in a fast-paced environment, enjoys a challenge, is self-motivated, goes the extra mile, can effectively juggle multiple projects, and is willing to learn, pitch in and play a significant role. Strong relationships with internal stakeholders are a must, and you'll need to effectively collaborate with colleagues around the company to solve intricate problems. You’ll work with outside counsel, help educate our internal clients, and play a role in building out our legal team.
This is a great opportunity for a young lawyer to move into tech at a leading technology company that is growing quickly, scaling wisely and offering tremendous opportunity for someone who is willing to jump on board and do what it takes. And finally, we are seeking someone who will care deeply about the employee experience and is able to enjoy and contribute to fostering a positive work culture.
This role will report to the Senior Corporate Counsel – Privacy and DPO who is based in London, U.K. This role can be based in any of our U.S. office locations, namely, San Francisco, New York, Chicago or Austin.
- Monitor and implement compliance with, and be a subject matter expert in, American privacy laws. This includes tracking key regulatory developments, action and case law through continual education, research and engagement with privacy forums and networks.
- Work together with the DPO on compliance issues to ensure contracts, policies and processes meet both U.S. and global standards, and serve to mitigate risk and ensure fulfillment of a “privacy-first” focused company.
- Assist on customer negotiations (global coverage) and advise on vendor and Data Protection Addenda. Assist the Sales and Customer Success teams with prospect and customer privacy questions.
- Advise and collaborate across the company with stakeholders across different areas of our business, including, with cross-functional teams, the People, Marketing, Product and Data & Analytics teams.
- Work with the DPO to continue to develop and grow a best-in-class Privacy Program, including ensuring compliance with key laws, monitoring legal and regulatory changes and meeting commercial objectives. Contribute to written submissions on key metrics of the Privacy Program.
- Work on regular tasks that form part of the Privacy Program, including data mapping, conducting privacy impact assessments, offering specialized trainings, assisting in preparing for and handling data incident responses and conducting periodic reviews of company policies and processes.
- Draft reports and summaries for senior management on significant changes in the legal and regulatory landscape, respond to specific requests for advice.
- Assist internal teams in responding to customer audits and due diligence questionnaires.
- Serve as a point of contact across the company and be a strong advocate for a privacy-first culture.
The successful candidate will:
- Have a law degree
- Have at least 5 years of work experience
- Have experience in privacy, including a working knowledge of the GDPR and CCPA and complex data flows
- Have or be willing to obtain a privacy certification, such as the CIPP/US
- Ideally have worked in tech or SaaS or be familiar with tech or SaaS privacy issues
- Be detail-oriented
- Have excellent negotiation, drafting, analytical and communication skills and ideally have some commercial/transactional experience
- Be adept at legal research
- Be passionate about understanding the tech world from a privacy viewpoint
- Be motivated and hard working
- Have a fantastic sense of humor
WHAT WE OFFER
- Competitive compensation that includes equity
- Generous time off policy to balance your work and life, including paid parental leave
- Competitive medical, dental, and vision coverage for you and your dependents
- Collaborative, transparent, and fun loving office culture
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