Job Overview
Come join our amazing team of leaders, learners, and world-class legal professionals accelerating Intuit’s mission of powering prosperity for consumers and small businesses all over the world. Our Data Privacy team works hand in hand with our business partners to develop cutting edge products that use technology to both add value to our customers and uphold Intuit’s Data Stewardship Principles.

We’re seeking an Assistant General Counsel - Product Privacy to partner closely with our product development teams across the Company in their day-to-day efforts to create the next generation of financial platforms, tools, and services. Reporting to the Director, Deputy General Counsel—Product Privacy, this lawyer will make a meaningful contribution to strategic priorities related to driving innovation while enhancing customer trust and brand equity.

The ideal candidate will have a technology background, true fluency in the legal and practical components of data protection as applied to the product lifecycle gleaned from considerable experience at a major law firm or public company and a demonstrable history of solving complex, time-sensitive problems in close partnership with a variety of cross-functional stakeholders. The selected candidate will be a part of the Data Privacy team within Intuit’s world-class Legal & Compliance Organization.

We believe diversity and inclusion among our teammates produces better results and is critical to our success as a global company. We are committed to recruiting, developing, and retaining the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool.

  • 6+ years of experience practicing privacy and data protection law in-house or at a top firm.
  • Strong working knowledge of relevant global privacy and data security laws, rules, and regulations , e.g., CCPA as amended by the CPRA; VCDPA; FTC Act/Section 5; GLBA; FCRA; state biometric privacy laws; GDPR; PIPEDA and others.
  • The ability to coordinate cross-functionally, and with outside counsel in domestic and international markets, on issues related to data privacy, product design and functionality, transactional issues, and other technology initiatives.
  • Experience drafting, reviewing, and negotiating contracts, with a specific focus on privacy issues that arise in a wide variety of commercial transactions.
  • Ability to engage in detailed analysis of data-driven products to understand and assess global privacy and other legal risks.
  • Proven ability to translate complex legal requirements into forward-looking and actionable policies, frameworks and guidelines.
  • Thought leadership, interpersonal skills and a desire to drive responsible innovation.
  • Commitment to diversity, self-awareness, empathy and intellectual curiosity.
  • Eligible to practice law where located and to obtain any multi-jurisdictional license required to support in-house practice in California or state where role is ultimately located.
  • Engineering or technology background is a plus.
  • IAPP certification such as CIPP or CIPT is preferred.

This role requires a strategic lawyer with deep subject matter expertise in privacy coupled with a pragmatic approach to operationalizing emerging legal and regulatory requirements.You will provide advice to business leads and technical specialists on a range of data protection issues. You will also work closely with technical and non-technical teams including Product, Marketing, Engineering and Security to ensure that privacy is embedded into Intuit’s products and processes by design.