Yes we do. The information that is submitted to us by either a candidate or an
employer, whether that be a recruiter, direct employer, advertiser or agency is treated with the utmost respect. Anyone who submits
personal information has a right to know that their information is held securely and My Local Job Search therefore adheres to the Data Protection Act when handling sensitive or private
What Type Of Information Is Collected?
In respect of candidates and applicants the information collected
is of a personal nature. This information is obtained purely for the purpose of helping you when applying for a job position.
Information such as your name and address together with history about your previous employment, education, nationality and information
you provide on your CV are all collected. We do not however collect information regarding your age or date of birth unless you wish
to provide this voluntarily.
Can I Remove My Details and CV?
You may at any point remove all or part of the details that you
have registered with the site. All you need to do is log into your account and choose the removal options.
Do Any Third Parties
Have Access To Your Data?
When you apply for an advertised position your selected data is passed to the advertiser to assess your
application. Some of our advertisers use our CV bank to search for suitable candidates. However users of this service only have access to your CV if you have expressly made your CV viewable to employers otherwise
your CV and details will remain private.
Where Do We Store This Data?
Your security is very important to us. All data that
you provide is stored using electronic means only and is held on secure servers. You may at any time remove any part of the data that we
hold on you by logging into your account and amending or deleting any element of the information that we hold.
What Are “Cookies”?
“Cookies” are used by many websites as a way of retaining a small amount of information about the user. When you register on our site
the “cookies” will remember your computer when you return and the searches you have performed. If others have access to your computer or
you are using your computer at work it is advisable to disable “cookies”. This can be done by clicking on the “Tools” icon in your
computers toolbar, choosing the “internet options” button and selecting the “delete cookies” button.
Stay Safe When Applying For
As with everything in today's modern society there are a small number of organisations who are looking to exploit
individuals and the internet is no exception. We constantly monitor the jobs that are posted by our advertisers in an attempt to spot
anything that looks suspicious. However please consider the following security measures when using the site or for that matter any
other job site that you may visit:
You should never be asked to provide any financial information about yourself when applying
for a job. Please do not provide any bank account details, payment or any other personally sensitive financial information about yourself even if you get a job
offer out of the blue.
Do not apply for any advertised jobs where the job involves the processing of money by wire services for
a small fee. These are illegal tactics used by money launderers.
Do not pay any upfront fees to any advertiser for services
such as CV reviews, training or admin costs If you see any job position advertised on our site that you think is suspicious then please
contact us quoting the job reference number so that we may investigate the matter further.
Third Party Ad Serving:
We use third-party advertising companies to serve ads when you visit our website. These companies may use information (not including your name, address, email address or telephone number) about your visits to this and other websites in order to provide advertisements about goods and services of interest to you. If you would like more information about this practice and would like to know your options in relation to·not having this information used by these companies, click here.