Head of Regulatory Compliance & Data Protection

Aug 05, 2017 03:20 pm

Banglalink Company Name: Banglalink

Job Title: Head of Regulatory Compliance & Data Protection

Job Type: Full Time

Job Category: IT & Telecommunication

Deadline: 09 Aug,2017

Educational Qualification:

Graduate in Business, IT, Engineering, or Law from and reputed UGC approved institute

 

Experience:

8-10 years of relevant experience in telecommunication arena

 

Requirement:

 

Required Knowledge & Skills

Advanced knowledge of regulatory laws, policies and guideline
Sound knowledge of the complete value chain of telecom business
Basic knowledge of peripheral digital laws and policies
Thorough knowledge on regulatory compliance requirements and methods
Advance knowledge and experience on leading cross functional issues/team (project management skill)
Thorough knowledge on risk management

 

Other Opportunities:

Department/Division/Job Location

Corporate & Regulatory Affairs/Dhaka

 

Instruction :

Application Deadline: Wednesday, August 9, 2017

http://banglalink.bdjobs.com/JobApply.asp


Candidates who do not meet the education, experience and other attributes will NOT be considered.

CANVASSING IN ANY FORM WILL BE AN IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFICATION.
Powered by Bdjobs.com

 

Job Detail:

Head of Regulatory Compliance & Data Protection
Major Responsibilities

Ensure end to end regulatory compliance framework is established, well-communicated with all internal stakeholders and the framework is being implemented and practiced accordingly across the organization
Represent company as key resource person in relevant forums where regulatory compliance is the prime focus
Lead company regulatory compliance engagement with different regulators
Negotiate/pursue external parties and work as POC for any disputes raised by external parties
Ensure all internal and external reports related to regulatory compliance are accurately and timely completed
Supervise company’s data protection and privacy regulations in accordance with Local and group policy on customer data protection