Job: Information Management Officer
|Title||Information Management Officer|
|Salary||£28,000 pa +benefits|
|Location||Based at Lord’s Cricket Ground|
A vacancy has arisen at the England and Wales Cricket Board for the position of Information Management Officer. Reporting to the Ethics and Compliance Manager you will be the organisational lead for data protection and collection. You will ensure that the England and Wales Cricket Board, including the staff it employs and deploys, understand and use data collection, information management structures, systems and processes which meet business need, best practice as well as being legally compliant.
The post holder will take a specific operational lead on data protection compliance. The role is not limited to working in relation to compliance matters but on the wider agenda of robust data gathering methodology for sound business decision making. It will also include working with other departments on data collection and technology innovation which “Inspire people to choose cricket”. The post holder will be predominantly working in collaboration with other ECB departments in order to be successful in the role.
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The Ethics and Compliance team works across the organisation and with external partners to support the game through ensuring a number of integrity and good governance procedures, processes and controls are in place and widely understood.
One of the roles of the Ethics and Compliance team is to fulfil the ECB’s data protection officer obligations. This includes overseeing the implementation of appropriate practices and procedures to promote sound working practice on all personal data collection and storage. Much of this information is collected to support business decisions and enable the needs of our participants and customers to be met and to attract and retain a diverse range of participants. The team develops the tactics for achieving these ends, and delivers advice and support to ECB staff. It also enforces standards and procedures where necessary, promoting a transparent and fair approach to dealing with complaints.
The role will support other ECB staff on their direct work programmes as well as supporting the ECB staff that are responsible for supporting and developing the counties.
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