Privacy Analyst

Phase One is seeking a Privacy Analyst to support the DOT OCIO. The Analyst must be successful in working in a fast-paced professional environment and able to manage multiple tasks with competing priorities/deadlines while remaining organized and dependable. This candidate is expected to gain a quick understanding of the status of OCIO’s privacy program and its list of services to program managers and system owners throughout the administration.

Position Responsibilities

  • Establish client relationships; and ensure high-quality deliverables

·       Proactively prioritize project tasks and identify project issues and risks

  • Support the Program Manager in his/her reporting, client engagement, prioritization of key activities, and related tasks
  • Identify, analyze, validate, mitigate, and document Privacy Risks
  • Prepare department-level privacy related directives, guidance, policies, templates and SOPs
  • Develop and participate in strategic planning as it relates to privacy
  • Prepare and deliver privacy related training materials
  • Develop new workflows and processes to improve privacy process automation and efficiencies
  • Ensure compliance to privacy requirements across websites, forms, etc.


Position Requirements

  • Bachelor degree in a related discipline
  • Minimum of 5 years of direct experience in implementing or consulting on privacy activities
  • Experience in developing and producing Federal policies and guidance
  • Experience supporting a Federal IT client while working for a consulting organization
  • Demonstrate specialized experience in privacy, performance management and measurement, strategy, risk management, and privacy operations
  • Prior experience using MS Office products (Word, Excel, Project, PowerPoint, and Visio)
  • Possess strong oral and written communication and presentation skills
  • Be client friendly and have the ability to build and maintain trusting and value added client relationships
  • Ability to coordinate and facilitate stakeholder and subject matter expert discussions to obtain information necessary to successfully fulfill customer needs
  • Candidates must be able to work on-site at client sites located Washington, DC and must be able to obtain a U.S. Federal government client badge and may be required to pass a government background investigation
  • Strong planning and project management skills and the ability to apply these skills in effective working partnerships across organizational lines
  • Must be able to work independently requiring minimal supervision
  • Must be capable of working in a fast paced environment with tight deadlines

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