The data you have just communicated are subject to automated processing by Jean-Noel Ravel, domiciled at “10, impasse Émile Duclos, 17000 La Rochelle”, registered as self-employed with the SIRET 79782902500031.

As a data controller, in order to process and manage your application. This data processing is necessary for the execution of your application. The person in charge of data protection can be contacted at the following email address

The data will be kept one year after the last contact with the candidate if the position is not assigned to him. In the event of hiring, the data may be kept by the employer for the duration of the employment contract. The recipients of the data are our recruitment and placement department, as part of its processing operations, the controller undertakes not to transfer your personal data outside the European Union. You have a right of access, rectification, and in the event of legitimate reasons for deletion, limitation and opposition to the processing of your data. You also have the right to the portability of your data and the possibility of giving instructions concerning your data, in the event of death. You can exercise these rights by sending an email to If you were not satisfied, you can contact the CNIL.


A hiring candidate can request access to their data in order to be able to have them rectified, limited or request their deletion. You can delete a candidate who requests it from their candidate file.


It is reminded that a lot of information should not be collected, or entered / downloaded into the tool. Ex: social security number, extract from criminal record, family circle etc. The collection of references from the candidate’s professional environment (hierarchical superiors, colleagues, internship supervisors, customers, suppliers, etc.) is permitted as soon as the candidate has been informed beforehand.

Regarding the duration of data storage in general, it is indicated by article 6.5 ° of the LIL and article 5e of the GDPR that personal data can only be kept “for a period which does not exceed the duration necessary for the purposes for which they are collected and processed ”. Concerning more particularly the data of the candidates for employment, the CNIL has expressed its opinion on what it understands by “necessary duration”. The CNIL therefore recommends that the information retention period (on computer support and paper) not exceed 2 years after the “last contact” with the person concerned.


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