We’re looking for problem solvers, innovators, and dreamers who are searching for anything but business as usual. Like us, you’re a high performer who’s an expert at your craft, constantly challenging the status quo. You value inclusivity and want to join a culture that empowers you to show up as your authentic self. You know that success hinges on commitment, that our differences make us stronger, and that the finish line is always sweeter when the whole team crosses together.
This Corporate Counsel level role will directly support the company’s privacy program goals and compliance obligations, specifically with respect to marketing and lead generation. The role will be responsible for reviewing various marketing and demand generation service agreements and related DPAs, event agreements and templates, commercial email campaigns and surveys, development and review of contest rules and collateral, and sponsorship and partner agreements pertaining to collection, use, and sharing of personal data in accordance with regulatory and contractual requirements. Candidates must have direct experience working within the areas of marketing or adtech law and must be capable of applying, or be agile and motivated enough to quickly learn to apply, privacy concepts and best practices in supporting the company’s marketing and sales operations teams. This role reports to the company’s head of privacy and DPO.
- Build strong cross-functional relationships that support and enable marketing, customer engagement, and product marketing and support teams to achieve successful business outcomes.
- As needed and acting as the SME, review and negotiate marketing and event service agreements, DPAs and relevant SaaS agreements pertaining to the marketing and sales ops teams; assist with DPIAs and configuration requirements for tools and services used by these teams to ensure compliance with privacy requirements and industry best practices.
- Prepare and/or review program terms and collateral for events, contests, and surveys.
- Develop and maintain appropriate templates and guidelines for emails (commercial and transactional), data sharing arrangements, media releases, and guidelines for outreach by marketing, support, and sales ops teams.
- Develop and document auditable means of implementing and applying marketing opt-outs and contact preferences, data subject access requests pertaining to data held by marketing and sales ops teams, and do-not-sell requests under the CCPA.
- Stay informed of applicable laws, regulations, and industry guidance that may impact marketing and marketing uses of personal data, including through changes to global data privacy laws.
- Initiate and actively manage the privacy aspects of various compliance initiatives undertaken with respect to lead data and outreach, such as establishing communication standards and data deletion rules in the company’s CRM tools.
- Perform other duties and projects as assigned.
- JD from a top law school; member of at least one state bar in good standing.
- 5-7 years’ direct experience in the legal practice of privacy, marketing, or technology law and reviewing marketing collateral required.
- In-house experience required.
- IAPP certification(s) or the willingness to become certified shortly after hire.
- Demonstrates knowledge of key marketing and lead generation concepts and technologies, as well as compliance obligations for state, federal, and international regulations and laws pertaining to the use of personal data for marketing purposes, including, but not limited to, the CAN-SPAM Act, COPPA, the ePrivacy Regulation, and email marketing laws worldwide.
- Understanding of core privacy and data protection principles under the GDPR and/or CCPA, online privacy laws, and best practices for data enrichment.
- Strong relationship-building, problem-solving, and collaboration skills and the ability to effectively influence and communicate privacy-related marketing concepts.
- Proven ability to successfully multi-task, remain responsive and agile to changes in business priorities, and to deliver pragmatic, risk-based recommendations to the business.
- Demonstrated ability to work and manage time spent on projects independently and with limited daily supervision while performing duties.
- Prefer experience implementing and maintaining an opt-in/opt-out program; developing terms for contests, drawings, and events; and negotiating partnership and data-sharing agreements.
- Experience guiding teams in implementing marketing preference centers, cookie management tools, and webforms highly desired.
- Experience working for a software or technology company preferred.
Alteryx is committed to fair, equitable, and transparent compensation. Final compensation will be determined by various factors such as your relevant work experience, education, certifications, skills, and geographic location.
The salary range for this role in Colorado, Southern California and Rhode Island is $136,600 – $232,200.
The salary range for this role in New York City and Northern California is $149,000 – $253,300.
In addition, you may be eligible for additional compensation, such as a bonus and stock grants. Employees may also be eligible for a wide range of other benefits, including medical, retirement, financial, wellness, time off, employee discounts, and others.
Find yourself checking a lot of these boxes but doubting whether you should apply? At Alteryx, we support a growth mindset for our associates through all stages of their careers. If you meet some of the requirements and you share our values, we encourage you to apply. As part of our ongoing commitment to a diverse, equitable, and inclusive workplace, we’re invested in building teams with a wide variety of backgrounds, identities, and experiences.
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