Interim Compliance Officer, Public Sector – Edinburgh

Practice Area: Commercial Contracts, Compliance, Data Protection, Regulatory
Level: NQ, Assistant, Associate, Full Time, Interim
Section: Public Sector
Location: Scotland, Central Belt, Edinburgh
Ref: FW7702

This public sector organisation is currently recruiting a Compliance Officer to join its Information Management Team. This is an interim role for a period of 3-6 months, and the organisation is keen for the successful candidate to start as soon as possible.

This is an exciting opportunity to be involved in interesting work and your responsibilities will include:

  • Handling all aspects of requests received under freedom of information and data protection.
  • You will also be required to deputise for the Head of Information Governance and for the Data Protection Officer, this includes responding to enquiries received.
  • Managing any issues that arise and instilling confidence in the work of the team.
  • Handling all enquiries relating to copyright, re-use of public sector information and open data.

To be considered for this role you do not need to be a qualified lawyer, but you must have experience of working in freedom of information and data protection, ideally within a regulatory environment.

If this position interests you, please get in touch with Teddie or Robert for an initial and confidential discussion.  (Assignment 13522)

teddie@frasiawright.com  https://uk.linkedin.com/in/teddie-wright-7b017ab7

robert@frasiawright.com https://www.linkedin.com/in/robert-wright-57975815a/

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