Janus Henderson Investors Data Privacy Analyst in London, United Kingdom

Janus Henderson Global Investors is a leading independent global asset manager, dedicated to delivering the best outcomes for clients through a broad range of actively managed funds.

We provide our institutional, retail and high net-worth individuals with access to skilled investment professionals representing a broad range of asset classes including, equities, fixed income, multi asset and alternatives.

We are a team of independent thinkers who work tirelessly to help our clients achieve their goals – and we do it by fostering an energetic and collaborative culture that ensures our people love the place they work.

Headquartered in London, Janus Henderson is a truly global asset manager with a diverse geographic footprint, managing assets from 27 offices globally and employing more than 2,000 staff.

Title: Data Privacy Analyst

Overview of the Role

The Data Privacy (DP) Analyst will be responsible for the governance and oversight of Data Protection business processes under the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) and other laws where required. As such, the Data Privacy Analyst will, in accordance with defined responsibilities and processes, advise on and monitor data privacy compliance, advise on Data Protection Impact Assessments, provide input to security incidents handling and work on responses for regulators.

The Data Privacy Analyst will report to the Head of Data Privacy and work closely with the Information Security team, Operational Risk, Compliance, Legal, and act as a Data Privacy liaison to all business areas.

Duties and Responsibilities

Expertise and Professional qualities:

  • Coordinate DP requests, liaising with business areas, Information Security, Information Technology, and Records Management

  • Assure DP activities, functions and processes within Janus Henderson

  • Engage with business areas to assist with DP activities and processes including privacy reviews, Data Protection Impact Assessments and recording of processing activities

  • Engage with Procurement, Legal Contracts, and business areas for DP activities relating to contract language review

  • Participate in the management of data security incidents in accordance with Janus Henderson’s processes and in alignment with other relevant stakeholders

  • Actively establish and maintain required processes for the Data Protection Office

  • Play an active role in driving DP risk management and improvement

  • Work with stakeholders on DP law, compliance and risks as required (for example by providing input on any changes to scope in controls or processes required as a result of new local laws)

  • Manage the handling of individual rights requests

  • Implement essential elements of the GDPR by inputting requirements into policies, plans and processes

  • Provide DP support for global information systems

  • Recognize and appropriately deal with conflicts of interest and other concerns

Be involved in DP regulatory and auditory requirements

  • Assist the Head of Data Privacy with managing responses to requests from regulators – information, inspection, and audit

Report on Janus Henderson’s global DP programs

  • In coordination with the Head of Data Privacy, take responsibility for reporting on agreed DP topics to leadership, local boards, and regulators as required

  • Proactively raise trends, potential threats, concerns or other information to the Head of Data Privacy and with other stakeholders as appropriate

Management, oversight and governance

  • Assist with handling escalations and conflicts from Business Areas

  • Assist in developing training plan for various Janus Henderson offices and business areas

  • Assist in developing and presenting tailored training for high-risk business areas

Other Functions

Assumes additional duties as assigned

Technical Skills and Qualifications

  • Some experience in DP field, strategy, program management and design.

  • CIPP/E for UK and CIPP/US for US preferred or willingness to pursue within a short period

  • Bachelor’s degree in Computer Engineering, Management Information Systems or related field

Competencies Required

  • Knowledge and understanding of European and other DP laws and practices and an in-depth understanding of the GDPR

  • Integrity and high professional ethics

  • Passionate about the DP domain

  • Able to demonstrate a strong and successful track record of supporting businesses in DP role

  • Demonstrated ability to satisfy compliance requirements by taking a pragmatic and risk-based approach, being a strategic thinker and problem solver, and finding workable solutions

  • Ability to handle information and business affairs with secrecy and confidentially as appropriate

  • Demonstrated leadership and project management experience

  • Ability to communicate effectively with the highest levels of management and decision-making within the organization

  • Demonstrated experience with IT security requirements, privacy and security risk assessment and best practices, privacy certifications/seals, and information security standards certifications

  • Demonstrated experience of effective communication with data subjects, data protection authorities and other controllers and processors across national boundaries and cultures

  • Adequate self-awareness and confidence to acknowledge knowledge gaps and seek to fill them from reliable sources

Ongoing competence in the role to be assessed by:

  • Annual Performance Appraisal

  • Completion of all assigned Compliance training

Compliance Requirements

At a minimum the role requires the individual to:

  • Place the interest of Henderson’s Clients first and always act in accordance with TCF (Treating Customers Fairly) principles

  • Understand and comply with any federal, state, and foreign laws and regulations applicable for the role, and seeking the guidance of Compliance if this is unclear at any time

  • Understand and comply with all relevant Henderson policies applicable for the role, and seeking the guidance of the relevant policy owner if this is unclear at any time.

The individual in the role is ultimately accountable for his/her own actions and is responsible for seeking further information on any or all of the above as necessary.

Janus Henderson Investors (including its subsidiaries) will not maintain existing or sponsor new industry registrations or licenses where not supported by an employee’s job functions (as determined by Janus Henderson Investors at its sole discretion).

All applicants must be willing to comply with the provisions of Janus Henderson Investors' Investment Advisory Code of Ethics related to personal securities activities and other disclosure and certification requirements, including past political contributions and political activities. Applicants’ past political contributions or activity may impact applicants’ eligibility for this position. Janus Henderson Investors is an equal opportunity / Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status. All applications are subject to background checks.