TERMS & CONDITIONS
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1.2 By using this site you are agreeing to your data will be held, stored and processed according to the policy detailed below. We comply with the GDPR and as such your data is securely stored and only accessed by relevant and authorised personnel.
1.3 The purpose of the data collection and the type of data requested is decided by the Data Controller. In this instance the Data Controller is MSS Group - SDL Surveying, Stonebridge & Revolution.
1.4 The Data Controller uses a Data Processor in order to collect, store and securely transfer your data. In this instance your Data Processor is 360 Resourcing Basecamp, 4 Webster Court, Carina Park, Warrington, WA5 8WD. The Data Protection Officer for 360 Resourcing is Tom Coulter and can be contacted at: firstname.lastname@example.org
2. DATA SECURITY
2.1 The technology that we use has been designed with your security in mind. Our Data Processor’s servers are based in the UK and they deploy both technological and operational security measures along with internal policies specifically implemented to protect your data.
3. LEGAL BASIS
3.1 From the latest data protection regulations (GDPR) our legal basis for processing your data will be in the legitimate interest in using the information that you supply to us in order to process your job application and to provide you with information which may be of use.
3.2 The purpose of our data collection is to assess your suitability for the specific job role that you have applied for. We may also use this information to contact you about other similar job opportunities and may also statistically analyse your data.
3.3 We may also need to request and process your data if it is necessary for the performance of a contract or if we have a legal basis for doing so. This may include the data that you need to supply to us in order to satisfy the offer of a term of employment.
3.4 If we require your explicit consent to process any data as specified by GDPR then we will inform you of this consent requirement, and request your explicit “opt-in”, at the point of data entry.
4. WHAT DATA DO WE COLLECT?
5. YOUR DATA ACCESS RIGHTS
5.1 When it comes to your personal data you have the right to: • Rectify inaccurate or outdated information • Request to move your data (data portability) • Object to data processing • Withdraw your data consent at any time • Be forgotten • Ask for a copy of your data via a Subject Access Request (SAR) • Lodge a complaint with the UK’s Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) or other relevant supervisory authority
5.2 If you think that there are any inaccuracies in your data then let us know and we will amend your records. We also provide reasonable access to our visitors for reviewing the data that you have provided to this website. In this instance please contact email@example.com with your request.
5.3 If you’d like to remove the data that you have supplied to us then you can do so by clicking here and we’ll delete your records for you.
5.4 If you’re not happy with the manner in which your data has been processed you can submit a case to our internal complaints procedure by contacting firstname.lastname@example.org. If you are not satisfied with the outcome of our investigation, you have the right to contact the ICO (www.ico.org.uk).
6. SHARING DATA
6.1 The data that you submit to this site may be: • Made available to the Data Controller • Made available to the Data Processor • Used to communicate with you about your application • Used to communicate with you in regards to recruitment • Used to supply you with relevant (optional) job alerts • Added to a searchable candidate database • Analysed for our internal statistics to improve processes
6.2 Sometimes information may be processed on our behalf by relevant third parties; this includes but is not limited to: video interviewing companies, payroll software, and HR software.
6.3 We will not collect your information for unrelated purposes without first requesting your consent.
6.4 In some cases, we may be compelled or permitted by the law, an official authority or regulatory requirements to process your personal information without your consent or knowledge, even after you have exercised your right to withdrawal, to be forgotten, or objected to processing. If this happens, we will only process the limited personal data that we are required to do so under these specific requirements.
7. LENGTH OF DATA STORAGE
Turnstone Mortgages Ltd is an Appointed Representative of Stonebridge Mortgage Solutions Ltd, which is authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority. Registered Office: 38 38 Colville Road, Drayton, Portsmouth, Hampshire, United Kingdom, PO6 2DY. Registered Company Number: 12438095 Registered in England & Wales.
Stonebridge is a trading name of Stonebridge Mortgage Solutions Limited. Registered office: 9 Lords Court, Basildon, Essex, SS13 1SS. Registered in England and Wales under company number 5601592.
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Questions, comments and requests regarding this policy should be addressed to Compliance@mssl.co.uk or by writing to us at 9 Lords Court, Basildon, Essex, SS13 1SS.