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This person will play a key role in Salesforce's Legal team,
working with groups across the company and directly interacting
with Salesforce's customers on privacy and data protection-related
issues, in the United States and globally. This position will
report to Salesforce's Head of Privacy for the Americas. This
individual will partner closely with the Privacy, Product, and
Technology Legal team and other teams within Legal in addition to
various departments across the company, including Security;
Technology Marketing & Products; Government Affairs; Compliance;
Communications; and Employee Success.
+ Be a resident expert and resource on privacy and data
+ Partner with the Commercial Legal team in customer
negotiations, and with the Procurement Legal team in vendor
negotiations, including drafting and negotiating of privacy-related
+ Work with customers, prospective customers and partners on
privacy-related questions about using Salesforce's services.
+ Partner with members of the legal team, security team,
technology team, other stakeholders and outside counsel to help
ensure the company's compliance with laws, regulations, and privacy
obligations in customer contracts.
+ Counsel on privacy and security issues related to Salesforce's
use of vendors, marketing and sales activities, and employee
+ Conduct privacy assessments of business initiatives, manage
privacy compliance documentation and help with compliance
+ Assist in developing and maintaining privacy policies and
procedures, as well as strategic internal and external
+ Assist in developing training materials and providing training
to employees on privacy-related obligations.
+ Work with our government affairs team to help influence
privacy and data protection laws.
+ Prepare content for our websites and other promotional privacy
+ Undergraduate degree and JD.
+ At least six years combined experience in a law firm and/or
in-house legal department.
+ At least three years experience on privacy and data protection
issues, including familiarity with privacy laws in the U.S. and
+ Fluent written and spoken English required.
+ Flexibility and ability to thrive in the culture of a
fast-paced, commercially oriented technology company.
+ Excellent written/verbal communication, presentation, and
+ Highly responsive and service-oriented attitude.
+ Ability to organize, prioritize and manage deadlines in a
fast-paced and demanding work environment.
+ Ability to maintain strong working relationships with internal
+ Experience working with and influencing senior leaders.
+ Familiarity with technical concepts in Web applications/cloud
+ Collaborative team player combined with ability to work
+ Sound and practical business judgment.
+ Sense of humor.
+ Willingness to travel.
+ Certified Information Privacy Professional.
+ Fluency in a second language is a plus, especially Portuguese,
Spanish, French, or Japanese.
_For Colorado-based roles: Minimum annual salary of $142,400.
You may also be offered a bonus, restricted stock units, and
benefits. More details about our company benefits can be found at
the following link:_ _https://www.getsalesforcebenefits.com/_
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