You have rights set out in this policy and in the Privacy Act 1993. We are not limiting or excluding those rights in any way.
When jobseekers sign up to the website, we collect the information they give us to create their profile. This includes name, email, region, whether they're registering due to covid-19 and answers to 9 employment questions; Jobseekers must provide this information to create a profile.
We also ask jobseekers for a description of their work history, education, skills and their referees' contact information. Jobseekers can choose not to provide this information, but they will not be able to apply for jobs without doing so.
When employers create a profile on the website, we collect their representative's name, email and phone number. They must provide this information to create a profile.
When jobseekers and employers use the website, we collect information they input to it, information about their use of it, and their communications with us.
We collect details of all the website visitors' activity on the website, browser, domain name, IP address, the details of any website they linked to from the website.
We use your information to:
You have the right to ask for a copy of any personal information we hold about you, and to ask for it to be corrected if it's wrong. If you would like to access and or correct your information, please contact us. Our contact details are at the end of this Policy.
JBA stores your information on our behalf on Amazon Web Service in Australia.
Jobseekers can choose to make their profile visible to employers, so employers can review it and approach them about jobs. If a Jobseeker completes a learning module they can choose to make their results visible to employers.
Jobseekers who have a visible profile and have not logged in for 12 months will have their status automatically changed to 'not visible'; they will receive an email notification of this a week before the status is changed.
Depending on what information the jobseeker inputs to the website and their visibility status, employers may be able to see the jobseeker's:
We may disclose your personal information to another party where the Privacy Act 1993 permits. Such as when the disclosure directly relates to the purpose we collected it for, where there are safety reasons for disclosing it, or you specifically tell us we can disclose it.
If you wish to delete your profile, email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we will delete it for you.
We may set and access Cookies on your computer. "Cookies" are text files placed on your computer for the purpose of collecting non-personal visitor behaviour information and information about your operating system, domain name and IP address. The information collected is anonymous and is used for the purpose of understanding how you use the website to enable us to enhance your online experience.
You can choose to enable or disable Cookies in your web browser. By default, your browser will accept Cookies, however this can be altered. In addition, you may delete Cookies that have already been placed on your hard drive. For further details please consult the help menu in your browser. Disabling or deleting Cookies may prevent you from using the full range of services available on the website.
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