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This is Worldline
We are the innovators at the heart of the payments technology industry, shaping how the world pays and gets paid. The solutions our people build today power the growth of millions of businesses tomorrow. From your local coffee shop to unicorns and international banks. From San Francisco to Auckland. We are in every corner of the world, in every part of commerce. And just as we help our customers accelerate their business, we are committed to helping our people accelerate their careers. Together, we shape the evolution.
Are you passionate about safeguarding privacy and ensuring the responsible and compliant handling of personal data? We are seeking a dedicated Data Protection Intern to join our team for a comprehensive 6-month program and assist our Data Protection Officer (DPO) in maintaining and enhancing our data protection framework. As a Data Protection Intern, you will be instrumental in supporting various aspects of our data protection program, gaining valuable hands-on experience in a dynamic and evolving field.
As a Data Protection Intern, you will play a crucial role in supporting the DPO in the following activities:
- Management of the Data Protection Framework: assist in the development and maintenance of policies, including the register of processing activities, privacy notices, DPIAs, and assessments.
- Data Subject Requests Management: collaborate on efficiently handling data subject requests in accordance with applicable regulations.
- Control Performing: contribute to the execution of controls to ensure compliance with data protection policies and regulations.
- Training & Awareness: assist in organizing and delivering training sessions to enhance data protection awareness across the organization.
- Legal Research: conduct legal research to stay informed about the latest developments in data protection laws and regulations.
- Reporting Activities: support the DPO in preparing and generating reports related to data protection activities.
Who Are We Looking For
We look for big thinkers. People who can drive positive change, step up and show what’s next – people with passion, can-do attitude and a hunger to learn and grow. In practice this means:
- Master’s degree in Law/Economics: a strong educational background in law or economics.
- Qualification in Data Protection or Information Security: possession of a recognized qualification in data protection or information security, such as Data Protection courses, CIPP/E, UNI 11697:2017, etc.
- Language Proficiency: fluent in both English and Italian.
- Familiarity with the OneTrust Privacy tool is a plus.
Perks & Benefits
At Worldline you’ll get the chance to be at the heart of the global payments technology industry and shape how the world pays and gets paid. On top of that, you will also:
- Be part of a company guided by a strong purpose to do good and recognized as top 1% of the most sustainable companies in all sectors worldwide.
- Work with inspiring colleagues and be empowered to learn, grow and accelerate your career.
- Enjoy remote work (50%).
- Enjoy wide range of training through our eLearning platforms (Linkedin Learning, Percipio, Speex, Cross Knowledge).
Shape the evolution
We are on an exciting journey towards the next frontiers of payments technology, and we look for big thinkers, people with passion, can-do attitude and a hunger to learn and grow. Here you’ll work with ambitious colleagues from around the world, take on unique challenges as a team, and make a real impact on the society. With an empowering culture, strong technology and extensive training opportunities, we help you accelerate your career - wherever you decide to go. Join our global team of 18,000 innovators and shape a tomorrow that is yours to own.
Learn more about life at Worldline at careers.worldline.com
We are proud to be an Equal Opportunity employer. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as an individual with a disability, or any applicable legally protected characteristics.