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Nottingham
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£55,000-£65,000
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35 hours
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About The Role

Contract type: Permanent

Hours: Full-time, 35 hours

Location: Head Office, Nottingham (hybrid working, 2 days a week onsite)

Salary: £55,000-£65,000

Application process: Please apply via the application button which will direct you to our careers site. If you require any adjustments to assist you in submitting an application, please contact [email protected]

 We are growing our Compliance team at The Nottingham and have a brand-new position available for a Deputy Data Protection Officer!! You will play an integral role providing professional advice and support to the Society; you will have a strong customer and business focus working to mitigate liabilities associated with data protection non-compliance.

Our Compliance team do a fantastic job safeguarding the Society; you will be joining a supportive and collaborative team pushing for the best outcomes for our customers by keeping the Society safe and secure.

We are going through an exciting period of transformation. We are looking for an individual to bring their knowledge and experience to enable us to really thrive on this journey. Looking after our customers data and keeping it safe is a huge priority for The Nottingham, this role will build on the fabulous team we have in place by bringing new diverse thinking and experience to the table.

 Here’s a taste of what you will be doing as a Deputy Data Protection Officer at The Nottingham: -

  • You will drive, champion and implement exceptional data protection practices across the Society and with our external partners.
  • We are a people focused organisation and believe great teamwork delivers great outcomes. You will collaborate with stakeholders and build internal relationships to help the society deliver its strategic objectives whilst complying with legislation and regulations.
  • The Deputy DPO role is responsible for managing and maintaining guidance and policies to ensure that how we work keeps pace with technological, legislative, and best practice developments. Horizon scanning and understanding and communicating external changes in legislation and regulation is key.
  • You will collaborate with stakeholders and different business areas on upcoming projects linked to legislation/ business changes. This role will also provide subject matter expertise on Society wide projects and initiatives in relation to data protection.
  • You will develop a suite of meaningful MI and use data and insight to support and inform stakeholders across the business. 

About you: -

  •  We are looking for an experienced data protection practitioner with knowledge and experience of data protection and information rights legislation.
  • You will be able to communicate complex/technical matters and convey messages in a way that they are understood and acted upon by stakeholders.
  • You will be confident to lead as a technical expert and make decisions autonomously using data, insight and stakeholder input.
  • Exceptional communication and interpersonal skills are required for this role. You will have the ability to collaborate effectively across teams.

Reward & Benefits -  

  •  A fair and competitive salary evaluated against market data, annual discretionary bonus scheme, Medicash healthcare scheme, 25 days annual leave plus bank holidays, holiday purchase scheme (buy up to 5 days per year) and enhanced family leave
  • Commitment and dedication to your ongoing personal and professional development. We help you to own and grow your potential so you can be at your best in your current role and to support your future career aspirations
  • Flexible and hybrid working to encourage a work life balance, we want you to be at your best inside and outside of work
  • A friendly and inclusive culture where teams genuinely strive to do the right thing by their colleagues and our customers
  • A strong sustainability agenda – we’re continually finding new ways to be kinder to the environment by reducing our carbon footprint
  • We’re passionate about giving back to the communities in which we serve as well as supporting local charities as part of the Samuel Fox Foundation. One of the many ways you can get involved is to use the 2 days per year paid leave to volunteer for causes or charities that are important to you
  • Your health and wellbeing is our priority, we encourage this through a suite of support resources, including a team of trained mental health first aiders

 Embracing Diversity Together: -

We proudly embrace and celebrate diversity as a fundamental cornerstone of our values. We believe that a diverse and inclusive workplace is not just essential for our success but is also a reflection of the vibrant communities we serve. Our commitment to diversity extends beyond our internal culture to the way we approach advertising and engage with our customers.

Our commitment means actively working to eliminate barriers and biases that may hinder equal opportunities within our organisation. We strive to ensure that all individuals, regardless of background, have an equal chance to thrive and advance in their careers.

We acknowledge that diversity is not just a goal to be achieved but a continuous journey toward creating an environment that embraces differences and promotes equal opportunities for all. We are committed to fostering an inclusive culture that encourages collaboration, creativity, and a sense of belonging for every member of our community.


About Us

We are a mutual, which means we don’t have shareholders. Instead, we’re owned by our members and use our money to do good, investing in our community, responsible causes, and – well, you. So, we’re always striving to do the right thing for our team, communities and members.

Although our history spans over 170 years, our purpose of helping our members save, plan for and protect their financial futures is enduring. At The Nottingham Building Society, we are dedicated to overcoming obstacles and turning challenges into opportunities. At the heart of our mission is our unwavering commitment to breaking down barriers and building better futures by helping our customers achieve the significant milestone of owning their own home.


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