The information we obtain through Anritsu career website in relation to your application may be used by Anritsu to consider your suitability for employment.
Personal data collected by Anritsu may be transferred internationally to direct or indirect affiliates of Anritsu world-wide, including to countries outside your jurisdiction that may not provide the same level of protection in processing your personal data, where it is necessary to meet the purpose for which you have submitted the information. By submitting data on Anritsu’s Web site, you are providing explicit consent to trans-border transmission of data collected on the website for the fulfillment of your voluntary requests. Anritsu will collect, process, protect, and transfer your personal information in compliance with applicable national and international laws on data protection on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data.
By clicking the “Submit” button on any of the job application pages and submitting your information, you agree that we may use your information, as above explained.
If we do not employ you at this time, you agree that we may retain and use the information that we obtain in relation to your application for up …. years so as to be able to consider your application later if a suitable position becomes available and, if appropriate, to refer back to this application if you apply again. Your agreement to our retention of this information remains subject to your right to request, at any time, that the information be deleted.
Where required, your information may be disclosed to law enforcement, regulatory or other government agencies, or third parties where necessary to comply with legal or regulatory obligations or requests. You may review or update your personal applicant/profile information at any time using this site.
To proceed with using Anritsu career website, you must click on the button marked “I understand” above. By so doing, you accept the Terms and Conditions for use of Anritsu career website and consent to the use, processing and transfer of your data, as described above.
The transfer of personal data to recipients outside the EEA (EU Member States and the three EEA EFTA States — Iceland, Liechtenstein and Norway) is generally prohibited unless:
• the jurisdiction in which the recipient is located is deemed to provide an adequate level of data protection;
• the data exporter puts in place appropriate safeguards; or
• a derogation or exemption applies.
The White List of approved countries now comprises the following 11 countries: Andorra; Argentina; Canada; Faeroe Islands (with certain limitations); Guernsey; Isle of Man; Israel (with certain limitations); Jersey; New Zealand; Switzerland; Uruguay. In addition, although no general finding of adequacy has been made in relation to the United States, personal data can be transferred to organisations in the US which have signed up to the US Department of Commerce’s Safe Harbour scheme.
The GDPR provides derogations from the general prohibition on transfers of personal data outside the EU for certain specific situations. A transfer, or set of transfers, may be made where the transfer is:
• made with the individual’s informed consent;
• necessary for the performance of a contract between the individual and the organisation or for pre-contractual steps taken at the individual’s request;
• necessary for the performance of a contract made in the interests of the individual between the controller and another person;
• necessary for important reasons of public interest;
• necessary for the establishment, exercise or defence of legal claims;
• necessary to protect the vital interests of the data subject or other persons, where the data subject is physically or legally incapable of giving consent; or
• made from a register which under UK or EU law is intended to provide information to the public (and which is open to consultation by either the public in general or those able to show a legitimate interest in inspecting the register).
The first three derogations are not available for the activities of public authorities in the exercise of their public powers.