When you submit your application, the following privacy notice applies:

This privacy notice is about how your personally identifiable information will be managed from job application through to starting work. The information is needed to help recruit the best people, perform the necessary employment checks, arrange a contract of employment, get new recruits started in their work and fulfil legal/regulatory requirements. These are necessary steps prior to being able to establish, continue or vary a contract of employment.

In some special cases your information may have been entered without your having completed a job application. For example, where students are being placed from a training provider (and your information has been received from that training provider) or where employment checks need to be carried out on existing staff.

During recruitment, the recruiters consider the information provided on the job application form and that provided for assessments and interviews.

As you get further through the process, employment checks may need to be performed such as identity, right-to-work (immigration), criminal records, professional registration, qualifications, references, occupational health and other checks. More information or documentation, such as proof of identity documents, may be needed from you. Only the necessary information is shared with organisations where they assist us with these checks and it is only for the purpose of performing those checks.

To get a new recruit started in their work, induction training and some administrative requirements are completed. Some information will be requested from you at that time, such as bank details for your salary payments and emergency contact details in case you have an emergency at work. The information for those who have been recruited is entered into the employee management and records keeping systems that are used by the employer.

If you do not provide information as needed, this may hinder or prevent your application or employment.

Any information you provide about your ethnic origin, religious beliefs and sexual orientation is used only for equal opportunities statistical monitoring of the recruitment process and workforce. It is protected throughout the process, is not visible to those assessing your application or to hiring managers, and cannot be used in a way which can identify you. It will not affect your application if you choose to not provide this information.

If you decide that you wish to leave a job application process, you can login to your applicant account then withdraw your application. For special cases (examples above) you should instead contact the OneMedicalGroup.

Unsuccessful candidates’ data will be securely destroyed 12 months after the decision is made that your application has been unsuccessful adhering to the statutory requirement to retain information for a select period to allow candidates to challenge recruitment decisions. Successful candidates’ information required for employment purposes will be retained throughout your employment, all other documentation not relevant will be securely destroyed 12 months after your start date has been confirmed, this includes any supporting documentation which you provide for criminal reference checking, proof of address etc.

The data controller for this information is OneMedicalGroup. This application tracking system is provided by JobTrain Ltd (https://jobtrain.co.uk/) as a data processor. JobTrain provide some recruitment support services and have staff and secure data storage located entirely in the UK.

To make an enquiry, a request for your personal information held as part of this process, or to arrange for any mistakes to be corrected, you may contact either the team who are handling your application or the Data Protection Officer (DanielCarter@onemedicalgroup.co.uk). If you agree, we will try to deal with your request informally, for example by providing you with the specific information you need over the telephone.

If you have a complaint, please contact us so that we can investigate. If you believe that the processing of your information is in breach of the General Data Protection Regulation then you also have the right to lodge a complaint with the GDPR supervisory authority in the EU Member State of your habitual residence, place of work or of the alleged infringement.