Protecting the privacy of candidates and clients
We are committed to protecting your privacy when you use our service. This privacy notice explains how we use information about you and how we protect your privacy.
Please visit the Essex County Council website to see the full privacy notice
Who is collecting information about me?
Essex County Council.
Our Data Protection Officer makes sure we follow the law. If you have any concerns or questions about how we look after your personal information, please contact our Data Protection Officer.
Phone: 0345 743 0430 (ask to speak to the Information Governance Team)
What information are you collecting about me and why?
The information which we collect and store during normal use of the site is used to monitor and analyse how parts of the site are used. Such use does not result in any personally identifiable data being collected or stored.
You have the option on certain pages within this site to explicitly submit personal information to ECC in order that we might send you further information or alerts. Set out below are the types of information we will ask you to provide by the service you receive.
Work seeking services
The information that ECC will collect will be personal information such as name, contact details, work history, education, skills, training, and other onboarding compliance requirements. We may use this information to provide work-seeking services, to assess your suitability to work as well as administrative and management purposes in connection with providing work seeking services. Some of our websites and applications enable you to directly submit CV’s and apply for specific roles and to join our candidate talent pool.
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The information that ECC will collect will be personal information such as name, contact details and job title. We may use this information to provide services to you.
If you are a successful candidate your phone number and email address will be shared with Essex County Council’s Tech Services team. They need to be able to verify who you are so that they can assist with managing password resets and technical support until your ECC account has been created. Once your ECC account has been created Tech Services will then no longer use your personal information for this purpose.
If you are a successful candidate, you will need to use your personal email address to access learning materials on Cornerstone until your ECC account has been created.
There will be some exceptions where some roles are not issued with an ECC account such as school crossing patrol officers and tutors. If this applies to you, your personal email address will be needed to retain access to Cornerstone for learning material. This forms part of the resources available to all employees.
Marketing and communications
If you choose to download our reports or white papers or to register to news, events and alerts, we will use the information you provide us to:
- Send you the content requested;
- Inform our marketing strategy;
- Enhance our thought leadership content;
- Send you related information that we believe will be of interest to you.
All data will be processed in accordance with the relevant data protection legislation including the General Data Protection Regulation, Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016.
What if I choose not to give you my personal information?
You are not obliged to give ECC your personal information, but this will mean that your application cannot be progressed. If you wish to withdraw your application at any point contact email@example.com.
Who might you share my information with?
We may share information collected for work seeking services with our clients, but only as strictly required in the work seeking process, for example the review and shortlist of candidate profiles. As part of our work seeking services your personal data may be stored electronically; passed to our clients for processing or checked with third parties.
ECC may share your data with authorised third parties and associates as applicable to the service being provided. These third parties include our employment background screening partners, associates, insurance partner and IT service providers.
Other than this, your information collected will not be shared outside ECC, unless required for legal or regulatory purposes. If we seek to change this, we will seek your consent at that stage. For the purposes of direct marketing you will always be asked to “opt in” and we will not share your personal information with third parties without your permission.
Where might you transfer my information outside the UK?
Most of our systems that would store your information are based in the UK or the European Economic Area. If we need to transfer your personal data to countries outside the European Economic Area, we will ensure that such transfers are compliant with the GDPR. Appropriate measures will be put in place to keep your personal data secure.
How long do you keep hold of my information?
ECC has a Data Retention Policy which applies to various functional activities, including HR. The policy mandates how long records containing personal data must be retained. Retention periods are determined by legislation and business requirements. When providing work seeking services or providing marketing and communications, we will hold your data for 2 years after last contact unless a legal or regulatory obligation requires that we hold this data for a superseding period.
For successful applicants we will hold this data for seven years after the employee leaves the organisation.
What you can do with your information
You can access your information
You can ask for access to the information we hold on you. This is known as a Subject Access Request. Please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org or telephone 0333 013 953 to make a request
You can ask to change information you think is inaccurate
If any information held is inaccurate or incomplete, you have the right to have that information corrected or completed. If other parties have been passed the information (such as HMRC) we will, where possible, inform them of the rectification undertaken. Please contact your local ECC Resourcing contact to make this request.
You can ask to delete information (right to be forgotten)
In some circumstances you can ask for your personal information to be deleted. Please note that we do not have to delete your information if we are required to have it by law.
Where your personal information has been shared with others, we will tell them about your request to us for it to be deleted.
You can ask to limit what we use your personal data for
You have the right to ask us to restrict what we use your personal information for where:
- You have identified inaccurate information and have told us of it
- We have no legal reason to use that information but you want us to restrict what we use if for rather than erase the information altogether
You have the right to block or restrict processing, this won’t affect the processing done so far, but will stop further processing. For example, if you apply for a role, we will have to keep information on file for a certain period; we can however remove you from our active candidate talent pools if you wish not to be contacted about further opportunities.
The right to complain or contact us about a rights request
If you wish to discuss your personal data or lodge a concern about the way in which it is handled, please use any of the following details:
If you are unhappy with our response, you have the right to complain to the Supervisory Authority, the details of which are below:
Supervisory Authority: Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO)
Email: email@example.com Telephone: 03031231113
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