DR - 26293
Information Governance Manager
Permanent (Full time or Part time options)
37.5 hours a week
Hybrid working model
About the company
Sue Hill Recruitment are delighted to be working with this Manchester based charity client who is looking to recruit an Information Governance Manager due to the retirement of the last employee.
This team supports the Head of Digital and Data Protection Controller (Director of Governance) in discharging responsibilities for records, archives and the associated policy control. This post leads the Charity’s Data Protection day-to-day compliance.
You will play a pivotal role in delivering excellent service, solving underlying problems and improving systems reliability and availability. You will be used to providing specialist advice in your subject area and you will be committed to enabling teams to work well together always promoting integrity and collaboration.
What you’ll be doing
Monitor and evaluate latest legislation and policy development in your subject area ensuring the Charity remains compliant.
Acting as DPO you will monitor internal compliance, inform and advise on data protection obligations, provide advice regarding Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIAs) and act as a contact point for data
subjects and the Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO).
• Take the leading role in managing Subject Access Requests.
• Working with internal teams to ensure information is provided in a timely manner and advising on what information can legally be provided to the person(s)/organisations making the request.
• Ensure an effective records management programme throughout the Charity’s care, education, community, clinical and central support services to allow for access to accurate records for a range of operational and strategic purposes using the CALM Records database.
• Provide advice and assistance to all colleagues on the management of electronic records in accordance with the relevant standards set out in the Charity’s policy.
• Deliver up-to-date training on Data Protection and Records Management for the workforce.
• Work with the Communications Team to promote the Charity’s extensive archive collection and encourage research proposals through outreach and online activities.
Why you will be hired
To be considered for this role you will require:
• Post-Graduate Diploma or Degree in a relevant subject area.
• Experience in similar role for a mid-sized organisation.
• Experience of using DS CALM database and knowledge of using ICT in service delivery.
• Experience of using Office 365 & Discovery Tools.
• Understanding of legal framework surrounding record keeping including contractual arrangements, Data
Protection, intellectual property rights and Freedom of Information.
• Understanding of information and electronic records management principles.
• Knowledge of cataloguing and professional standards (ISAAR, ISAA, NCA Rules ISAH (G) etc) beneficial but not essential.
• Knowledge of Records Management Standards ISO 15489. BIP 0008.
• Ability to manage others and your own workload