We hereby inform that the Personal Data Administrator shall be Connectis Sp. z o.o., Al. Jerozolimskie 96, 00-807 Warszawa, e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org. The Personal Data Protection Inspector shall be Maria Lothamer (correspondence address: ul. Ludwika Narbutta 22/23, 02-541 Warszawa, e-mail: IOD@isecure.pl).
The personal data are processed in order to conduct a recruitment process, and after granting consent for the purpose of future recruitment processes and, in the event when separate consents are expressed ? for the purposes included in the representation under the provisions of Art. 6 it. 1, letter a, and, potentially regarding the image ? Art. 9 it.1 point 1 of the European Parliament and European Council Resolution 2016/679 dated 27th April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and on rescission of Directive 95/46/WE (hereinafter: RODO). The personal data referring to the participation in the selected recruitment processes shall be stored by the time of completion of the recruitment process for a given position, and the data processed in connection with participation in future recruitment processeses and for the purposes covered by separate consents granted shall be stored by the time such consent to process one?s data for these purposes is withdrawn by a candidate. The personal data can be disclosed to Connectis employees or associates, as well as to the entities supporting Connectis within the confines of services commissioned and in compliance with personal data processing agreements and to authorized entities under the binding provisions of law. A candidate has the right to access the content of one?s data and to correct, remove them, limit the scope of processing thereof, as well as the right to transfer one?s data, to object against data processing, to withdraw one?s consent at any moment without the influence on compliance with the right to process the data. A candidate also has the right to file a complaint to the President of the Personal Data Protection Office when they consider that processing their personal data infringes the RODO legislation. Submission of data and expressing consent are voluntary, but indispensable for the delivery of the aforementioned targets