a) Job vacancies and applications
You do not need to provide any personal data to simply find out about job vacancies. Only the data mentioned under point 2b) will be collected.
You can get an overview of the current vacancies via the careers page. On that page, you can select the individual vacancies to access the specific job description, which you can also download as a pdf. document.
If you would like to apply for a position or send us an unsolicited application, you will find information on this in the advertised vacancies.
Should you wish to send us an unsolicited application by e-mail, please use the following e-mail address: firstname.lastname@example.org.
When we receive your application documents, we will assume that you have taken note of these data protection provisions, which apply to the RIO application process.
b) Legal basis for processing
The legal basis for the collection and processing of data is the use of your information by TBDS for its decision on the establishment of an employment relationship with you (Section 26 (1) Sentence 1 of the German Data Privacy Act (BDSG)).
c) Purpose limitation of the use and disclosure of personal data
We use your profile and application data exclusively for the selection process in connection with the vacant position(s).
Your data can also be viewed by affiliated companies and external service providers who provide and technically operate basic IT services such as e-mail applications and file servers. Data protection contracts have been concluded with these companies in order to ensure a high level of data protection.
d) Data storage and erasure
Your application data is required for a specific, very reasonable period of time to enable us to assert, exercise, or defend legal claims. We do this on the basis of Art. 17 (3) (e) GDPR.
Application documents are kept for a certain period of time, even after a rejection has been issued, in order to enable a defence, if necessary, against unfounded claims and claims for damages under the German General Equal Treatment Act (AGG). Claims based on a breach of the ban on discrimination in the context of an application must be asserted in writing within a period of two months after receipt of the rejection in accordance with Section 15 (4) AGG. A claim for compensation under Section 15 AGG must be brought within three months of the claim being made in writing in accordance with Section 61b (1) of the German Labour Court Act (ArbGG).
In order to allow for delays, for example due to absences, in the delivery of rejections and in the filing of claims or lawsuits, we keep applicant data for a further two months.
This means that the stored personal data will not be completely and irrevocably erased until six months after the rejection letter has been sent to the applicant.
The application data and documents of applicants who receive an acceptance will become part of their personnel file.