Who are Mobile Jobs?
Mobile Jobs Limited is a specialist job board dedicated to the mobile communications industry, connecting leading employers and candidates. Our contact details and office locations within the group are available here.
Why do you process personal data?
Commercially, to be an intermediary directing those available for work with a centralised database of national and international recruiters and employment opportunities.
We also process personal data as an employer, business partner, and through surveillance of our places of business.
This notice, and its relevance to you, regards our commercial processing of data.
How might you collect personal data for your commercial purposes?
- Directly from candidates – we have an active website where you can register as a candidate in order to make your CV searchable by recruiters, as well as have Jobs by Email alerts sent to any address you register with us.
- Directly from recruiters – recruiters can establish accounts with usernames and passwords on the Mobile Jobs website in order to prominently advertise roles.
What categories of data do you routinely process?
While we appreciate that every CV will be different, it is likely that all CVs we receive or acquire will contain some or all of:
- Your basic personal information (name, address, date of birth, education history, personal preferences)
- Your employment history and referee information
- Contact information (phone, email and/or applications).
We would not need to process “special categories” of data (such as religious beliefs or your racial or ethnic origins) to provide our services, but if they have been included in an uploaded CV, we would not remove them.
On what basis do you do this?
- Contract – if we have a contract to provide services to you, we must process certain personal data in order to perform it.
- Legal requirement – if we are compelled to hold your personal information for valid legal reasons, we would hold it until that reason is no longer valid.
Who will receive my data from you?
- Recruiters registered for Mobile Jobs – all recruiters who have registered with Mobile jobs will be able to access CVs on our database.
Do you transfer personal data internationally?
No – all candidate data under our control is stored in the United Kingdom. Recruiters who subscribe to our site would be responsible for any transfers of data they enact when in control of candidate personal data.
Is any element of personal data storage outside of your control?
No – we remain in control of any data you entrust with us, and only use service providers with appropriate technical and organisational measures.
How long will you retain personal data for?
If you are actively using your account and updating your CV, we will continue to process your personal data until you close the account. We would otherwise close your account and delete your records:
- Following 5 years of inactivity; or,
- Upon request, subject to any legal grounds for its retention.
What rights do I have in respect of the personal data you control?
As a data subject, you have the right to:
- Access any data we process which relates to you
- Have that personal data provided in a machine-readable format
- Have your personal data erased from our records
- Object to any processing by Mobile Jobs
- Restrict any processing under certain circumstances, such as if you question its accuracy
- Not be subjected to automated processing
By simply issuing a request to Mobile Jobs through a conventional route (post, email, phone), we will process that request. If for any reason we lawfully refuse it, we will inform you of the rationale and your options.
Is any of this processing automated?
Only operationally through the use of computers in running Mobile Jobs. Personal data is never processed within Mobile Jobs through algorithms or automated decision making.
Who can I complain to if I am unhappy about your personal data processing?
We would always endeavour to satisfy your requests in the first instance, and you can contact our Data Protection Officer with any queries.
You can at any time contact our Lead Supervisory Authority (the UK Information Commissioner’s Office) at this location, or if you prefer, use your national data protection authority to escalate issues regarding our conduct.
Who is your Data Protection Officer?