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Corporate Counsel - Privacy Data Governance

Posted May 09
Full Time
San Diego, California


We’re seeking a Corporate Counsel - Privacy Data Governance to join our Global Privacy team and help accelerate our mission of powering prosperity around the world. You will make a meaningful contribution to strategic priorities related to driving innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity through our privacy-first practices.

In this role, you will report to the Sr. Assistant General Counsel, Data Governance & Enterprise Privacy, and partner with key stakeholders across the company and around the world to drive insight and innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity. The successful candidate will be a part of the Data Privacy team within Intuit’s world-class Legal Compliance & Policy Organization.

We believe diversity and inclusion among our teammates produces better results and is critical to our success as a global company. We are committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

This role is hybrid with current on-site expectations of 2-3 days per week.

What you'll bring

  • At least 3+ years of experience
  • Working knowledge of relevant data privacy laws in the US (e.g., CCPA/CPRA, CPA, GLBA, HIPAA, etc.) and abroad (e.g., ePrivacy Directive, EU AI Act, GDPR, PIPEDA, etc.)
  • A learning mindset and comfort operating in the gray
  • Experience providing legal support in the private sector or at a law firm
  • Ability to communicate with business partners about regulatory obligations, risk management processes and effect change
  • Concise and efficient communicator
  • Experience in-house preferred
  • JD and membership in good standing with at least one US State Bar
  • IAPP Privacy certification preferred, but not required

How you will lead

Working as a member of the Privacy Data Governance team, you will:

  • Partner with senior attorneys to provide legal counsel for day-to-day data governance advice, leveraging a privacy mindset to assess and advise on legal risk, and manage engagement with internal and external stakeholders
  • Analyze and contribute toward creating the Company’s understanding of the impact emerging technology, including Artificial Intelligence and GenerativeAI, on our data governance program
  • Assist with the enhancement and automation of Intuit’s processes to advance its data governance initiatives including data subject access rights, third party risk assessments, worker data, privacy impact assessments, and international data transfer management
  • Assist with the negotiation of data protection addenda and other contractual collateral concerning the protection of personal information
  • Interface with external counsel to align Company practices with emerging requirements in the global data protection landscape
  • Document requirements and formalize processes concerning responsible data management and enablement, privacy certification obligations
  • Establish and build relationships with key stakeholders including with privacy product management, engineering, design, compliance and operations teams
  • Contribute toward the communication of the Data Privacy team’s mission and vision to internal partners and stakeholders
  • Make suggestions to improve internal processes and practices supporting the Data Governance and larger Privacy program
  • Learn and grow as part of a collaborative and diverse Data Privacy team