Job Opportunity: Tusla is looking for a General Manager to work within its Data Protection Unit
Tusla, the Child and Family Agency, invites applications from suitably qualified people for the role of General Manager – Governance Data Subject Rights and Breaches within its Data Protection Unit (DPU).
Tusla is responsible for a range of statutory functions including the provision of child protection, alternative care, specified regulatory services and a range of family support services in Ireland. Join Tusla for a chance to work at the forefront of public sector data protection and right to privacy compliance. This role offers the unique opportunity to help shape the landscape of data protection in a dynamic and complex environment, and to make a positive difference to child and family services in Ireland.
Working in Tusla offers structured opportunities for personal growth and career development, defined benefit pension scheme, flexible location, blended (remote) working options, equal opportunities, family friendly policies, as well as the opportunity to make a difference.
The closing date for applications is extended to 12 midday (Irish time) on Monday, October 10, 2022.
A bit more about the role
The Data Protection Unit GM – Governance Data Subject Rights and Breaches is a general management role within Tusla, reporting directly to the Data Protection Officer. The appointee is required to operate at a strategic level, working closely with the Data Protection Officer, and participating in the ongoing leadership of the Data Protection Unit.
The appointee will be responsible for the strategic oversight and policy definition, implementation, and governance of data subject access rights, including subject access requests, erasure and rectification requests and breach management and reporting.
A broader explanation of the position and the application details are outlined in the Information Booklet, which is available on the Tusla website here.
The Child and Family Agency was established on January 1, 2014 and is responsible for improving wellbeing and outcomes for children. It represents the most comprehensive reform of services for the development, welfare and protection of children and the support of families ever undertaken in Ireland. It is an ambitious move which brings together some 4,000 staff who were previously employed within Children and Family Services of the Health Service Executive, the National Educational Welfare Board and the Family Support Agency.
The Child and Family Agency has responsibility for the following range of services:
- Child Welfare and Protection Services, including family support services
- Family Resource Centres and associated national programmes
- Early years (pre–school) Inspection Services
- Educational Welfare responsibilities including School completion programmes and Home School Liaison
- Domestic, sexual and gender based violence services
- Services related to the psychological welfare of children
- Adoption and Alternative Care
Further information is available at tusla.ie.