GDPR Compliance Manager (#795)

Work type:
Technical Level:
Job Category:
Information Technology


N-iX is a software development service company that helps businesses across the globe develop successful software products. During 21 years on the market and by leveraging the capabilities of Eastern Europe talents the company has grown to 2000+ professionals with a broad portfolio of customers in the area of Fortune 500 companies as well as technological start-ups. N-iX has come a long way and increased its presence in eight countries -  Poland, Ukraine, Bulgaria, Sweden, Malta, the UK, the US, and Colombia.

Currently N-iX is seeking an experienced candidate to fill in the position of an Compliance Manager to  design, organize, develop, and provide oversight and alignment of data privacy, information security and quality management systems in line with legal, statutory, regulatory, and contractual requirements. As Compliance Manager you'll be involved in a range of activities and projects including planning, audits and assessments, risk management, contractual compliance and business continuity planning.


  • Provides privacy subject matter expertise and monitors data processing and data control activities to meet legal, regulatory, and industry requirements
  • Revises the privacy program considering changes in laws, regulatory, or company policy
  • Ensures timely filing of regulatory reports
    Supports presales activities in the information security, data protection, or compliance domain
  • Performs contracts review and ad-hoc questionnaires preparation
  • Designs and executes compliance processes within reasonable cost and risk parameters to meet the Company’s compliance policies
  • Implements appropriate risk identification and measurement methodologies
  • Acts as liaison with department managers to communicate compliance requirements and ensure implementation of related policies, procedures, and training programs 
  • Organizes and conducts quality, security, and privacy audits of the operating process, including products, services, methods, processes, and systems
  • Follows established auditing practices and procedures
  • Identifies internal control problems and departures from financial or operating procedures and standards
  • Prepares appropriate audit work papers and documentation
  • Proposes and implements preventive or corrective actions
  • Provides feedback on commonly encountered problems to enhance user documentation and/or training programs


  • Experience: 5+ years of Data Privacy / GDPR experience, compliance, audit, quality assurance, or other relevant experience
  • Certifications: Industry / Auditor certifications
  • Specialized Knowledge: Industry standards: GDPR, ISO 9000/27000 family
  • Knowledge of security frameworks/standards SOC2, NIST, HIPAA, PCI DSS, ITIL will be advantageous
  • Information Risk Assessment, Information Security Awareness, Data Privacy
  • Skills and Abilities: Excellent organizational skills with careful attention to detail and have 100% accuracy in work
  • Excellent stakeholder management and communication skills; comfortable working with stakeholders at all levels of seniority.
  • A proactive approach with an analytical mind; able to analyze data and suggest practical improvements to reduce risk.
  • English: Proficient

We offer:

  • Flexible working format - remote, office-based or flexible
  • A competitive salary and good compensation package
  • Personalized career growth
  • Professional development tools (mentorship program, tech talks and trainings, centers of excellence, and more)
  • Active tech communities with regular knowledge sharing
  • Education reimbursement
  • Paid vacation days, sick leaves, and days off
  • Healthcare & Sport program
  • Medical insurance
  • Memorable anniversary presents
  • Corporate events and team buildings