TRU Staffing Partners, a globally recognized award-winning search firm representing talent and opportunities in data privacy, e-discovery, and cybersecurity, today announces an exclusive never-before-seen webinar presentation on “How To Write a Data Privacy Job Description” in partnership with Sentinel, LLC on December 10 at 2:00 p.m. ET.
This webinar aims to give Chief Privacy Officers, General Counsel, and HR professionals a process to automate the creation of a privacy job requisition from entry-level privacy compliance specialist to senior counsel and privacy officer. TRU CEO and Founder Jared Coseglia, TRU Manager of Business Development Rachael Haher, and Sentinel VP and Co-Founder Aaron Weller will take you step by step to not only capture the details of what will be required of a new privacy hire but also to explain how to attract the right talent.
“Having staffed hundreds of privacy professionals in the Fortune 1000 over the last several years, we have witnessed and participated in the evolution and slow standardization of job requirements for data privacy talent at every level and scale within an organization,” says Coseglia. “TRU has developed an approach to job description automation that will help every hiring manager, whether seasoned or novice to privacy, formulate the verbiage and vernacular to articulate the desired skills with a comprehensive enumeration of requirements. Sentinel has been instrumental in working with TRU to ensure comprehensiveness of our industry specific qualifications.”
"Having been a hiring manager at several organizations, I know that the only thing worse than not being able to hire anyone is hiring the wrong person. To help make sure that doesn't happen, it's important that job seekers and hiring companies use a common language to describe expectations and experience. The work that TRU Staffing Partners is doing to help highlight key areas in a privacy job description and to standardize them will be of benefit to all parties seeking to work in this dynamic field," says Weller.
Attendees are encouraged to come with questions as there will be ample opportunity for them to provide their input and feedback and have their questions addressed.
Registration is free and open to all. Register for “How To Write A Data Privacy Job Description” HERE!