Privacy Policy

This is our Privacy Policy & Website Terms & Conditions. We are fully compliant with General Data Protection Regulation (known as GDPR). Please take some time to review our policies.

This statement of privacy policy is an integral part of the overall terms and conditions of use applicable to all Users of this website, which is part of the JobsinWales.com (A trading name of JobsinWales Ltd.)

Profile and CV information
When you register with JobsinWales.com, upload your CV, email your CV to our office, apply with an online CV, or apply for a job with your CV attached your details, including your CV, will be made available for searching, viewing over the Internet and downloading by any direct recruiter, employment consultant or other person or organisation who requests CVs from JobsinWales.com. JobsinWales.com does not verify the identity or the nature of the business of such organisations.

When logged in you will have the option to hide your contact details or remove your CV from being searchable from our CV database.

Data Handling

By submitting personal information, CV and any other data to the JobsinWales.com and /or by using the various features and facilities of this website, the Users agree and give their consent to the use of all the material submitted by them in accordance with the stipulations of this Privacy Policy. Although JobsinWales.com will exercise best endeavours to ensure that the information submitted by Users is used only for the intended purposes and strict terms and conditions are set to apply to the use of such information, it is important to note that the information accessed by third parties may, without the consent of JobsinWales.com, be used for the purpose of unsolicited communications for which JobsinWales.com can not be held responsible.

All Users of the web site will have the ability at any time to access, update, remove or amend their personal information that they have submitted to the JobsinWales.com.

Since JobsinWales.com intervenes in the relationship between job seekers and employers, the contact details of both need to be made available to those parties who are interested in either seeking or offering potential employment opportunities through direct contact. However, such information will be made available only to the Users who are registered job seekers or employers.

Users are deemed to have given their consent to JobsinWales.com to collate information provided by them, including name, postal address, email address and contact details, for its operational purposes such as identification of Users, preparation of statistical data related to the analysis of the reach of its business operations and in order to enable JobsinWales.com to contact the users of its web site. Additionally, the data submitted to JobsinWales.com will be used, in anonymous format, in market research activities that JobsinWales.com does undertake in order to evaluate the performance of its own business activities and develop new concepts in order to extend and improve the range and quality of services provided to the Users of its website.

Current Employers

Your current employer may be a customer of JobsinWales.com, or a client of one of our customers. JobsinWales.com cannot restrict the customers who access profiles on our database and cannot be held responsible for any eventuality.

Partnerships

As foreseen on its home page, in order to expand its services and enhance the effectiveness of its operations, JobsinWales.com may enter into partnership arrangements with other business organisations. Entering such arrangements with the aim of extending and improving the range of services offered by JobsinWales.com may involve sharing of the information provided by the Users with such partners.

Merger

In addition to partnership schemes, if in the course of its future business activities, JobsinWales.com becomes involved in a merger or acquisition arrangement, then the data and information submitted by the Users will form part of the transferable assets between the parties to such arrangements.

Cookies
Cookies are small pieces of information stored by us on your computer. You have the option to decline or accept these cookies, however we recommend you accept cookies.

Court Order

Users should also be aware that if required by a court order or requested by legal authorities, JobsinWales.com will provide the relevant information held in its database.

Email Subscriptions

The registered Users of JobsinWales.com are offered the opportunity of subscribing to e-mail alert services and will also receive information in the form of newsletters or announcements about the developments related to the services and operation of the website. Users can at anytime cancel the subscription arrangement and no further messages will then be sent to them.

Feedback

JobsinWales.com has an area on the site where you can submit feedback. Any feedback that is submitted through this area becomes the property of JobsinWales.com. We may use this feedback, such as success stories, for marketing purposes, or to contact you for further feedback on the site.

Children

We do not specifically collect information about children. We believe that children should get their parents' consent before giving out personal information. If you are concerned about your child's use of JobsinWales.com, we encourage you to use Web filtering technology to supervise your child's access to the site. We also encourage you to participate in your child's experience with JobsinWales.com. With a little guidance, the site can prove very useful in finding a part time or summer job for your child.

Security

The site is protected against unauthorised access using the latest security devices and 'firewalls'

Statistical information
We provide aggregate statistical information about site visitors and users to recruiters (such as the number of CVs on the database, or the number of visitors to the site) and for other lawful purposes. We provide this information to customers, advertisers, suppliers and other reputable third parties. This will not include any information that enables them to identify individuals.

This privacy policy statement may from time to time be updated by JobsinWales.com. Users should periodically visit these pages in order to find out about such changes.

IP address

When you visit our site, we may also log your IP address, a unique identifier for your connection at a point in time. 

The Company also includes web beacons (also known as clear GIFs or web bugs) in its emails to track the success of its marketing campaigns. This means that if you open an email from the Company it can see which pages of the Internet Site you visit.

Party data

If you provide the Company with information about another person, you confirm that they have appointed you to act for them, to consent to the processing of their personal data including sensitive personal data and that you have informed them of the Company’s identity and the purposes (as set out above) for which their personal data will be processed.

What type of data is collected?

We usually collect the following data, although exactly what we have stored about you may vary depending on which of our services you have used: name, email address, contact details, skills, career preferences (e.g. target salary, location, etc), search criteria, and a CV file/any supporting documents you may have uploaded.

In addition to the information our site directly collects from you, we may also use third-party services, such as Google Analytics, to help us to understand how visitors use our site. The information collected by these third-party services is typically focused on which pages are most often visited, how long users stay on a page, where they have come to the site from.

Generally, this information has limited personally identifiable data, but some services may record your IP address which could be used as a personal identifier.

Why do we need your personal data?

We need to store a certain amount of personal data about you in order to be able provide you with our services and to improve our services and how we deliver them to you. This could be as little as your name and email address, but more often includes your contact details, job preferences, application information, saved searches/alerts, bookmarked jobs list, CV file, and so on.

For example, in order to be able to process job applications, we need to know who you are, how to contact you, what your skills are, and a copy of your CV. Likewise, to provide you with job alerts, we need to know your email address and your search criteria, so that we can filter the jobs to your specific requirements and send to you at the interval you have chosen.

Who has access to your personal data?

Jobs In Wales are the data processors and controllers and as such our management and employees may have access to your details, as governed by our data access/protection policy. We may also share selected data with job posting/application tracking platforms, job advertisers, and employers in the process of reviewing job applications, to recommend you for potential vacancies, and/or to provide support and guidance to you.

Our technology partner, AllTheTopBanana's (ATTB), may also need to access your details to provide technical support in some circumstances. But this access is strictly controlled and limited and your data will not be accessed or used beyond the scope of providing essential maintenance and technical support.

If we offer outsourced services such as CV writing/reviews or similar products that you opt to use, we may need to share selected data about you with these parties in order to deliver the service you have requested.

Third-party service providers such as Google Analytics or other services (e.g. social media sharing services, live chat support services, etc), may also have limited access to data in the form of our IP address or similar data.

How you can manage your personal data?

Sign in to your account, where you will be able to review your personal data and manage most aspects of the data we store about you from your account’s dashboard.

We may also keep some information outside of our website to help us process applications and/or provide additional services to you. Please contact us if you would like more information on data we may store outside of our website.

How long will we keep your personal data for?

Any information you supply may be retained until you update/remove your details. Please refer to our ‘ How you can manage your personal data? ’ section for more details on how to manage this data.

Registration data (name, email address, contact details) needs to be kept so that we can provide you with an account and/or contact you with updates about your application(s).

Saved job search criteria (i.e. for job alerts) are retained in order for us to be able to provide you with jobs that better match what you are looking for.

Profile data (where supplied) is kept so that we can tailor our services to your requirements.

What happens if you don’t consent?

All businesses that collect/process personal data are required by law to gain consent from their users to do so. We have taken great efforts to collect as little personal data as necessary to provide our services, and to make the process as transparent as possible.

However, given the nature of the recruitment business and the application process, we do still need to collect and retain some personal data.

If you do not supply consent or ask for consent to be removed at a later date, we’ll comply with this by removing any personal data we hold about you. Where applicable, we’ll also remove your account from our systems (as your login details constitute personal data).

You will always be more than welcome to come back and re-register with us or apply to any jobs we have posted though, whether that’s now or in the future though.

How to remove your data

We hope that you are happy with our services, but if you decide you would like to remove your account and personal details at any time, simply sign in to your account or email us at

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