Privacy & Cookies
2. Who is responsible for the processing of your data?
Vacansoleil and its activities (including European Leisure Jobs), located at Marinus van Meelweg 16 5657 EN Eindhoven, The Netherlands, is responsible for the processing of your data.
3. What personal information do we collect?
We only store the data that you leave yourself via forms on our website or via forms that we send to you via e-mail or post.
3.1 Personal and contact information
When you apply for one of our vacancies, we ask for your contact details, including name, first name, postal address, e-mail address, telephone number, but also your language and birthdate. We also want to know if you have a drivers license. Optionally, we ask you to upload your passport photo and your curriculum vitae. When you sign up for our newsletter (or job alert), we naturally ask you your e-mail address, name and first name.
If you have a chat conversation with us, we only record a short description of your problem or question and its result. We do not record personal information as long as you do not wish to share it with us.
3.3 Personal data that is automatically collected on our website
4. Why do we process your personal data?
4.1 To help you in your search for a suitable job or internship
The provision of your personal data is necessary for the completion of the selection procedure. Via our job alert, we try to present you suitable offers in accordance to your profile.
4.2 To help you get a decent education
Thanks to your data, we can ensure that you can go to one of the parties with whom we work together for training according to your wishes.
4.3 To improve your customer experience
The online data we collect during your website visit are used for:
- Internal analysis on anonymized data to make your website visit even more pleasant and more targeted in the future;
- Internal analysis on anonymized data, for example, to know how many people view our vacancies;
- To be able to send you messages according to your wishes and interests.
5. With whom do we share your personal data?
5.1 Contact details following an application
The information we gather during the application process is shared internally by our colleagues who handle your application and with potential employers. We will ask you to confirm that you’re okay with this, after all you have applied for a job or internship. This way we can best help you get the job or internship. When we have a match and offer you a job or internship, we share your information with your (future) colleagues. This way you can start well prepared. Of course this all happens within the framework of the application process and/or placement. Don’t want us to share your details? Simply let us know.
5.2 Contact details in response to a request for training
The information we collect for following a course is shared on the one hand with the internal managers and on the other hand with the potential parties that are responsible for your training. European Leisure Academy will also share results with the employer (applications, initiator, etc.).
5.3 Contact details for communication via the job alert
Your name, first name and e-mail address obtained during registration on our newsletter are not shared with third parties.
6. How long do we keep your personal data?
We keep records of people who were not retained for the job or internship for a maximum of one year. If you wish us to delete your data from our databases before, you can always report this via firstname.lastname@example.org. We keep personal data of students or selected candidates up to 5 years after the training or the selection procedure.
Newsletter subscribers are kept in our e-mail software system for up to 1 year after their cancellation date. This only concerns the data that they have left during registration (first name, name and e-mail address).
7. Your right of access
You have the right to receive, free of charge, the personal data that is stored with us at any time.
Contact us by e-mail via email@example.com, please provide your name, address and telephone number so that we can verify your identity. After all, we want to be sure that you are the person to whom we make the data known.
8. Your right to correction, deletion and transferability of your data
If your personal details are not correct (for example, you have moved), you can provide us with the correct information free of charge via firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can let us know about the deletion of all your data from our files.
If you wish to obtain your data in the form of an electronic medium (for example in an Excel file), you can also request this via email@example.com. We only provide the personal data after checking the identity of the person requesting the data, and that within the statutory period of one month after your request.
For each type of request, make sure that you record all your contact details so that we can deal with your request directly for the right person and the correct address. So be sure to mention name, first name, date of birth, address, e-mail address and possibly telephone number.
9. Your right to object
You can oppose the processing of your personal data. If you do not want us to use your details for filling in a suitable vacancy, you can indicate this via firstname.lastname@example.org. As mentioned in point 6 above, your data will automatically be removed from our recruitment system one year after your application. You can unsubscribe from our job alert, via the unsubscribe link in the newsletter.
European Leisure Jobs has developed security measures that are technically and organisationally adapted to avoid the destruction, loss, forgery, modification, unauthorised access or notification by mistake to third parties of your personal data and any other unauthorised processing of data.
11. Data protection authority
This website is using “cookies”. A cookie is a little file which is sent with the website’s page and the Flash app. It is stored by your browser in the hard drive of your computer. You can disable the cookies into your browser, but the running of the website will be degraded.
Because of our website, a cookie is collected by the american society Google as part of the Google Analytics service. We use this service in order to follow and to make reports about the user’s behavior on our website. Google can also transfer this information to a third party if and only if, it is under a legal duty, or if this third party is using this information on behalf of Google. We don’t have any power and influence on this process. The information that we are collected, are as anonymous as possible, your IP address is for example not transmitted. The information are stored by Google on servers in United States of America.