Strength in Trust 

OneTrust is the trust intelligence cloud platform organizations use to transform trust from an abstract concept into a measurable competitive advantage. Organizations globally use OneTrust to enable the responsible use of data while protecting the privacy rights of individuals, implement and report on their cyber security program, make their social impact goals a reality, and create a speak up culture of trust. Over 14,000 customers use OneTrust's technology, including half of the Global 2,000. OneTrust currently ranks #24 on the Forbes Cloud 100 list of top private cloud companies in the world and employs over 2,000 people in regions across North America, South America, Asia, Europe, and Australia.

The Challenge 

We are looking for a Principal Product Manager to join our dynamic and collaborative product organization. The Principal Product Manager for privacy management will define and prioritize the product roadmap, and will lead execution delivering the capabilities privacy, legal, and compliance professionals use to their privacy programs and initiatives. As a critical member of the privacy management business unit, the successful product manager will help drive the privacy business forward by leveraging market expertise and creativity to define our next generation of solutions. 

Your Mission 

  • Champion the client and user experience, from product design to development and delivery to market, ensuring adoption, value delivery, and client satisfaction.  
  • Leverage data and customer research to identify opportunities and develop product plans addressing them. 
  • Lead geographically distributed cross-functional teams with clear purpose and ownership to deliver key insights, tools, and features.  
  • Drive product initiatives and ensure alignment across product and GTM teams, contributing to the GTM plan in collaboration with Product Marketing, Sales, and Partner teams.  
  • Outline product strategy focusing on customer value, competitive position, and business value, and translate those into product goals and themes improving product adoption and value realization.  
  • Set and clearly communicate roadmap & development objectives, needs, and status ofprojects to internal stakeholders and customers. 
  • Create formal networks with key decision-makers within the data privacy and compliance ecosystem. 

You Are  

A subject matter expert in data privacy principles and privacy program management who can handle significant complexity in your role and exercise independent and sound judgement. Someone who thrives under pressure in a fast-paced environment while juggling multiple personas and prioritize competing tasks and deadlinesto deliver on aggressive timelines. You are capable of supervising activities, projects, and teams.     

Your Experience Includes:  

  • Bachelors degree in Computer Science, Engineering, related technical or business field    
  • 12 - 16 years of relevant experience in an enterprise software development environment  
  • A minimum of 7 years as a Product Manager, with a preference for those experienced in compliance, privacy, security, or legal tech sectors.
  • Demonstrable experience and expertise developing products delivering guidance to educate users and tooling to execute on associated best practices – preferably in the context of privacy, security, and compliance.
  • Proven ability to develop product strategies and effectively communicate recommendations to executive management.  
  • Skilled at working effectively with cross functional teams and influencing conversations to drive positive outcomes for the product and the business.
  • Proven track record of managing all aspects of a successful product throughout its lifecycle.
  • Strong problem-solving skills and the ability to know when it’s necessary to roll up one’s sleeves to get the job done.  

Extra Awesome  

  • IAPP CIPP/E, CIPP/US, and/or CIPM certified. 
  • Law / Legal Degree 

 

 

For California, Colorado, Connecticut, Nevada, New York, Rhode Island, and Washington-based candidates: the annual base pay range for this role is listed below. Within this range, individual pay is determined by several factors, including location, job-related skills, work experience, and relevant education and/or training. This role may also be eligible for discretionary bonuses, equity, and/or commissions, as well as benefits.

Salary Range
$153,550$230,350 USD

Where we Work

OneTrust embraces a hybrid working model. Our Working@ OneTrust initiative is our way of clarifying where we hire, how we work together, and where we’re located in that hybrid model.  

The underlying “why” for Working@ is that we are intentional about the culture that we want to create together. That includes bringing teams together, in-person, throughout the year to collaborate, build connections, learn from each other, and celebrate our wins to Finish Stronger.  

We are committed to a flexible approach informed by a set of guiding principles. You’ll see that reflected in our worker designations: “Office-flex” and “Location-flex”.

  • Office-flex: Like a traditional hybrid model, OneTrust “Office-flex” employees may be asked to work in an office periodically if they are within a commutable distance to a OneTrust office. This includes coming into the office for our Company Kickoff, Company All Hands, and other larger company events. Beyond that, we give our leaders and teams the flexibility to set additional guidelines based on the nature of your role.  
  • Location-flex: Similar to other companies’ remote policies, for OneTrust “Location-flex" roles, you will primarily work from your home office location. However, you may be required to travel to our OneTrust offices or customer sites periodically based on the nature of your role.

Each role may have specific requirements, so we encourage you to verify the location of the role with your recruiter during your first interview.

Benefits

As an employee at OneTrust, you will be part of the OneTeam. That means you’ll receive support physically, mentally, and emotionally so that you can do your best work both in and out of the office. This includes comprehensive healthcare coverage, flexible PTO, equity stock options, annual performance bonus opportunities, retirement account support, 14+ weeks of paid parental leave, career development opportunities, company-paid privacy certification exam fees, and much more. Specific benefits differ by country. For more information, talk to your recruiter or visit onetrust.com/careers.

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Your Data

You have the right to have your personal data updated or removed. You also have the right to have a copy of the information OneTrust holds about you. Further details about these rights are available on the website in our Privacy OverviewYou can change your mind at any time and have your personal data removed from our database. In order to do this you must contact us and let us know you wish to be removed. The request should be made on the Data Subject Request Form.

Our Commitment to You 

When you join OneTrust you are stepping onto a launching pad — the countdown has begun. The destination? A career without boundaries working alongside a diverse and inclusive crew who is passionate about doing meaningful work. As a pioneer, your voice and expertise will help chart the direction of an entirely new industry — Trust. Our commitment to putting people first starts with you. Your growth is part of the mission. Our goal is to give you the power to embark on the next phase of your uniquely, unique career 

OneTrust provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by local laws.

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