Vacancy Type:
23 (GVC)
About The Role

You could say diversity is key – we do! That’s why we ensure all our people are as diverse as our products. We have specialists from within industry to outside of industry, trainees to apprentices, and juniors to seniors - we have it all. With methodical, diligent instincts, you can help our business grow!

Everyone at every level has a unique responsibility to drive positive development and ultimately push the business to the next level. Our people are enthusiastic, driven and smart all with an entrepreneurial flair that we feel delivers excellent results to our customer the world over. Our Legal teams work with every department to ensure safe and consistent business practice.

Are you seeking an entry level role in data protection? Perhaps you are a proven analyst or keen on pursuing a data protection career?

In any scenario, if you have some experience of working or have worked in privacy, GDPR or data roles or are passionate about data protection, we want to hear from you.

Full training / ongoing development offered, plus the opportunity to progress your career and travel.

Data Privacy:

  • Developing a data management programme to manage global GDPR work streams, such as Data Mapping, Data Subject Rights and Data Protection Impact Assessments (DPIA).
  • Building a data inventory and process-mapping the business to understand and document where our data sits and assessing any risks.
  • Producing reports on our global privacy programme and maintaining the Record of Processing Activities (ROPA).
  • Supporting the wider Privacy Team to manage and assess new projects, initiatives, products and business processes through the DPIA process lifecycle.
  • Monitoring ongoing compliance by conducting reviews of existing systems and processes, which may involve travel to international offices that are part of the GVC Group.
  • Developing and carry out privacy training and awareness programmes, including assisting with the delivery of group-wide communications.
  • Researching and documenting future requirements driven by upcoming privacy legislation.


  • Managing and updating the OneTrust tool to monitor privacy compliance, which involves updating templates on the tool, configuring, adding and assessing risks and administrating access.
  • Providing operational support to the wider privacy team where required, including;
  • New supplier due diligence review; and
  • Reviewing and redacting information/documentation prior to disclosure and creating acknowledgment/response templates, as part of the customer data subject access request process.
  • Managing team mailboxes to respond to internal and external (e.g. customer) queries.

Data Governance:

  • Supporting the design and implementation of the data governance framework.
  • Operationalising processes to support both privacy and data governance controls for managing data throughout the lifecycle. This includes, data mapping, minimising the data we hold, and creating data retention policies.
  • Partnering with data governance and information security teams to develop data analytics capability and embed privacy through new technologies. This includes designing rules engines and privacy-by-default methodologies.


  • Reviewing existing GDPR work streams/processes and working with the technical teams or external tool providers on automated solutions, e.g. operationalising data subject rights.
  • Working with data visualisation tools, such as PowerBI, Tableau and Qlik, to produce privacy dashboards and reports on the global privacy programme.
  • Collaborating with the information security team to operationalise GDPR and other privacy requirements.
  • Auditing IT systems such as Databases (MS SQL, MySQL, Oracle), Business Intelligence programs and software tools (PowerBI, Tableau, Qlik).
  • Performing data discovery exercises and managing the data into a suitable format.
  • Understanding of technical terminology in order translate between the technical and privacy teams on regulatory requirements and technical solutions, for example data obfuscation techniques such as Tokenisation, Anonymisation, Pseudonymisation and Masking.
Wethink everyone should work for a business that acknowledges you have experienceand value and works to ensure your skills are nurtured and developed. If you’re looking for an inclusive, supportive andprogressive environment, full of highly skilled teams who learn from each otherdaily – come and join us. For the good of entertainment. 

Our Culture As Real As It gets

At GVC we're a diverse team, sharing a commitment to quality and success

Whether you're playing a key role in your local community as part of our retail team, or working out the next big gaming trends in our digital team, you'll enjoy a culture and a benefits package that we're extremely proud of.