The world isn’t standing still, and neither is Allstate. We’re moving quickly, looking across our businesses and brands and taking bold steps to better serve customers’ evolving needs. That’s why now is an exciting time to join our team. You’ll have opportunities to take risks, challenge the status quo and shape the future for the greater good.
You’ll do all this in an environment of excellence and the highest ethical standards – a place where values such as integrity, inclusive diversity and accountability are paramount. We empower every employee to lead, drive change and give back where they work and live. Our people are our greatest strength, and we work as one team in service of our customers and communities.
Everything we do at Allstate is driven by a shared purpose: to protect people from life’s uncertainties so they can realize their hopes and dreams. For more than 89 years we’ve thrived by staying a step ahead of whatever’s coming next – to give customers peace of mind no matter what changes they face. We acted with conviction to advocate for seat belts, air bags and graduated driving laws. We help give survivors of domestic violence a voice through financial empowerment. We’ve been an industry leader in pricing sophistication, telematics, digital photo claims and, more recently, device and identity protection. We are the Good Hands. We don’t follow the trends. We set them.
The Strategic Resource Group (SRG) within Allstate’s Enterprise Business Conduct team is looking for a creative and high-energy attorney or privacy and compliance professional interested in working at the nexus of law, business, technology, data, and consumers.
The SRG is responsible for embedding the principles and best practices of Allstate’s privacy, ethics, and compliance programs within each strategic initiative at Allstate. The team provides real-time feedback during the ideation and design phases and identifies and implements creative solutions using an agile mindset.
To succeed, this role must work cross-functionally with technology teams, attorneys, compliance professionals, and business leaders throughout the organization to design, establish, and embed enterprise-wide standards and policies for compliance, ethics, and privacy.
- Guide strategic initiatives through appropriate enterprise assessments and use those results to inform design and implementation decisions
- Incorporate privacy by design and ethics by design principles to move initiatives beyond pure compliance requirements
- Develop relationships with key business partners to integrate with other related processes and create a 360o view of risk
- Propose and review improvements to processes, standards, and technology to ensure and improve the efficiency and effectiveness of compliance, privacy, and ethics risk mitigation strategies
- Collaborate with a cross-functional team to centralize, govern, and improve privacy preference requests across the enterprise, ensuring compliance requirements are met in a privacy-forward, consumer-friendly manner
- Develop and mentor other colleagues in both substantive knowledge and consensus-building skills
- Experience: 5+ years of equivalent work experience, with a preference for experience counseling cross-functional projects on privacy, compliance, or ethics issues
- Education: Preference for JD; At least bachelor’s degree or equivalent work experience
- Preference for experience with or knowledge of privacy or compliance controls, protocols, tools, and best practices
- Preference for IAPP or other privacy or compliance industry certification
A typical day for an SRG team member might include:
- Spotting potential risks on a new product and brainstorming creative ideas to mitigate that risk while still driving value for the business
- Creating written materials that synthesize complex issues into digestible, easy-to-understand summaries
- Expanding your colleagues’ knowledge and capabilities through best practices research and training
- Displaying strong customer service by considering the end user experience for individuals exercising their privacy rights
- Building and managing cross-functional relationships with risk and legal colleagues to enable the launch of a new product or service
- Working with our Innovation Law colleagues to provide advice to our family of companies that provide services beyond insurance, including identity protection, telematics, car sharing, product protection, and more
You might be the right fit if:
- You are adaptable and work comfortably in the face of ambiguity while continuing to strive for an end goal
- You understand how to build and improve efficient processes
- You have excellent written, verbal, and presentation skills with the ability to appropriately tailor your communication for your audience and gain consensus across large, cross-functional teams
- You are passionate about your development and interested in cross-training and acquiring new skills
The minimum starting salary range for the position starts at $75,900 to a maximum of $138,300 (commensurate with experience)
The candidate(s) offered this position will be required to submit to a background investigation, which includes a drug screen.
Good Work. Good Life. Good Hands®.
As a Fortune 100 company and industry leader, we provide a competitive salary – but that’s just the beginning. Our Total Rewards package also offers benefits like tuition assistance, medical and dental insurance, as well as a robust pension and 401(k). Plus, you’ll have access to a wide variety of programs to help you balance your work and personal life — including a generous paid time off policy. For a full description of Allstate’s benefits, visit allstate.jobs/benefits/
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