When you use services relating to our Career section, you will be asked to provide certain personal information in order to apply for jobs or to join the company. We will store this information and hold it on computers or otherwise.
(a) We may collect the following personal data from you at various stages of the recruitment process.
Personal Details: this includes your first name, maiden name and surname, date of birth, home address, home telephone number, marital status, gender;
Family Details: this includes your emergency contact information, spouse name, spouse contact information, children, parents and other relatives name;
Documentation Required Under Immigration Laws: this includes your nationality, passport data, national identification number, employee identification number, passport photo, information or documents sufficient to establish citizenship, identity and employment eligibility;
Resume and CV Information: this includes information contained in application letters, your resume or CV (e.g. employment and education history, professional qualifications, language and other skills, certifications, etc.), information necessary to complete a background check, details on performance management ratings, development programs planned and attended, e-learning programs, performance and development reviews, copies of work experience certificates and any other information provided by you to Accelaero during the first phases of your application, your onboarding and (if applicable) your employment;
Interview records: this includes your responses to questions during the interview process and the results of any psychometric or other structured evaluation methods we may use to decide whether you might be suitable for the role you have applied for.
(b) The legal basis for using your data
We will only collect, use and share your personal information where we have an appropriate legal basis to do so. Appropriate legal bases include:
our legitimate interests as a company to screen and evaluate candidates for possible employment;
where processing your data is a necessary step before entering into a contract (of employment) for a job that you have applied for;