Developers, Data Science, and Product teams trust People Data Labs to power their products, fuel predictive modeling, conduct analysis, drive revenue, and more. We work with highly technical teams as their engineering-focused data partner. 


The Opportunity:

We are looking for our first principled up-and-coming legal mind with privacy experience to join our team. You do not need to be an attorney.

Responsibilities will include working closely with our founders, engineering and business leaders, and outside counsel to advise, iterate, and lead all aspects of global privacy laws and regulations. You’ll begin tactically in contract redlines and participate in strategy while you ramp towards the long-term goal of owning this area. This role will report to the CEO.


About You: 

  • You believe that data used for good makes the world a better place. PDL’s data as a service APIs enable developers to fight fraud, build better sales & marketing products/workflows, recruit, and many other good use cases.
  • You are entrepreneurial in nature and have a history of thriving in a low structured environment. 
  • You completely own your work, and when no one is looking, you are at your best. 
  • You are a foundational, first principled, calm, up-and-coming legal mind with privacy experience. 

Roles & Responsibilities:

  • Develop and scale PDL’s global privacy program, beginning by working directly with our founders and existing third-party privacy counsel.
  • Maintain subject matter expertise in areas of privacy and data protection laws (CCPA, GDPR).
  • Educate and partner with Product & Engineering on privacy.
  • Advise and educate sales & marketing on privacy.
  • Support various customer-facing policies such as our ADUP, SSA, Privacy Policy, DPA, and others.
  • Privacy Trainings internally.
  • Work closely with our founders to develop privacy innovation across product.
  • Anything else related to privacy. This is a key role in our company and the duties will evolve.

Benefits

Great People make great teams. It is as simple and elegant as that. We believe in building highly functional, energetic, and engaging teams to serve our customers. People, Customers, Shareholders, in that order, sets us up for success and delivering on our promises.

  • Stock
  • Competitive Salaries
  • Unlimited paid time off
  • Medical, dental, & vision insurance
  • Health, fitness, and office stipends
  • The permanent ability to work wherever and however you want

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