Keeping your CV:
Please be informed that if, as a result of the recruitment process under this job announcement, you are a shortlisted, but not hired candidate, EKO Bulgaria EAD, UIC 130948987, address Litex Tower, Floor 9, 3, Lachezar Stanchev Street, Izgrev Region, Sofia 1756, (“EKO”) will keep your CV and personal data, provided therein for the term of 6 (six) months after the closure of the specific recruitment procedure under this job announcement.
During this period EKO will keep your personal data based on its legitimate interest for employees’ recruitment and for the purpose of consideration for satisfaction of its current and future recruitment business needs.
Recipients of your data might be online platforms for job application, our software and hardware service providers, e.g. for electronical correspondence, accountants and payroll experts, recruitment service providers.
At the end of the above period, or once EKO receives an objection against keeping the above personal data filed by you, your CV will be destroyed permanently without a possibility for recovery.
If you are not a shortlisted candidate, your personal data contained in the documentation provided by you for this specific recruitment process will be deleted immediately after closure of the process.
Any data and documents containing your personal data which we did not request during the recruitment process, but you have provided to us upon your discretion, will also be deleted immediately after receipt to
ensure that we process only data needed for the purposes and legal basis above.
You can at any time contact us and submit your objection against keeping your CV for further recruitment processes using one of the following ways: via letter sent to/delivered in person at: EKO Bulgaria EAD, UIC 30948987, Address: Litex Tower, Floor 9, 3, Lachezar Stanchev Street, Izgrev Region, Sofia 1756, or to our DPO with contact details: e-mail: DPO@helpe.gr; phone number: +30 210 6302252; Address: Chimarras 8A, 15125-Marousi, Greece;
You may also use these ways of communication in order to exercise any of the following rights: