The Office of the Privacy Commissioner (PrivCom) is an independent public office with a mandate to regulate the use of personal information by organisations in a manner which recognises both the need to protect the rights of individuals in relation to their personal information and the need for organisations to use personal information for legitimate purposes, among other duties, in accordance with the Personal Information Protection Act 2016. More details about our office are available via our About page.
We offer individuals the opportunity for broad exposure to private, public, and third-sector data management and governance practices, international regulatory issues, and a variety of work experiences.
PrivCom is an employer that seeks to employ individuals from a variety of diverse backgrounds and perspectives. We encourage applicants who may feel they do not meet 100% of the requirements. We fully support the use of reasonable accommodations in our working environment. We will consider filling positions as part-time or flexible hours.
In addition to other advertisements, current job postings will be displayed in the section below.
Please note that PrivCom uses personal information because it is needed for a potential employment relationship, as allowed by PIPA's section 6(1)(h). We may request information on your Bermudian status to comply with Public Service Commission Regulations 2001. This use of sensitive personal information is considered lawful in the context of recruitment or employment, according to PIPA's section 7(3)(d).
To meet our Purpose Limitation (section 10) and Integrity of personal information (section 12) requirements, personal information will only be retained until the specific position is filled.
Additional details are available in our Privacy notice, and you will find a contact mechanism on that page for further questions regarding how PrivCom may use personal information.