WikiJob makes money by way of advertising. We may suggest products or services to you on which we may earn an affiliate fee if you decide to make a purchase on a partner website.
Your personal information (which includes your name, email address and any other personal details you provide to us) may be processed by WikiJob.
We may use your information to fulfil orders placed by you, process any other transactions authorised or made by you, inform you of special offers or provide other marketing information which we think you might be interested in, to undertake product or customer research/development, or for the provision of relevant employment information such as recruitment advertising.
We have implemented security policies, rules and technical measures to protect the personal data that we have under our control from unauthorised access, improper use and disclosure, unauthorised destruction, or accidental loss.
In the unlikely event that a liquidator, administrator or receiver is appointed over WikiJob or all or any part of our assets, that insolvency practitioner may transfer your information to a third party purchaser of the business, provided that purchaser undertakes to use your information for the same purposes as set out in this policy.
We undertake not to provide your personal information to third parties save in accordance with this policy. Your information will not be disclosed to government or local authorities or other government institutions, save as required by law or other binding regulations.
Our ICO registration number in the UK is Z183823X.
Personal data may be transferred to third party entities outside the EEA.
You may ask us whether we are storing personal information about you by emailing us at [email protected] and if you wish, and upon payment of a fee of £10, we will provide you with a copy of the personal data we hold about you by email.
We may ask for proof of your identity before providing any information and reserve the right to refuse to provide the information requested if identity is not established.
We will send small files to your computer when you visit our website. This will enable us to identify your computer, track your behaviour on our website and identify your particular areas of interest to enhance your future visits.
Our advertising partners may also deliver cookies to make advertising more relevant to you or to provide a hashed, non-human-readable version of your email for them to use for matching to other marketing data they already hold on you.
They may collect information such as your IP address, browser or operating system type and version, and/or demographic or inferred-interest information. Our partners use this information to recognise you across different channels and platforms over time for advertising, analytics, attribution and reporting purposes.
For example, our partners may deliver an ad to you in your web browser based on the fact that you visited a particular website.
You can set your computer browser to reject cookies but this may preclude your use of certain parts of this website.
To learn more about interests-based advertising in general and to opt-out, please visit youronlinechoices.com.
All website design, text, graphics, and the selection and arrangement thereof are Copyright © WikiJob Ltd., all rights reserved.
WikiJob is a trademark of WikiJob Ltd and may be registered in certain parts of the world.
The following provisions may be curtailed or disallowed by the laws of the country in which the person accessing this website is situated. In such cases, the terms hereof are to be read as excluding or limiting such term so as to satisfy such jurisdiction.
We do not represent or warrant that the information accessible via this website is accurate, complete or current. We have no liability whatsoever in respect of any use which you make of such information.
The information provided on this website has not been written to meet your individual requirements and it is your sole responsibility to satisfy yourself before ordering any products or services from us that they are suitable for your purposes.
Whilst we make all reasonable attempts to exclude viruses from the website, we cannot ensure such exclusion and no liability is accepted for viruses. Thus, you are recommended to take all appropriate safeguards before downloading information or images from this website.
All warranties, express or implied, statutory or otherwise are hereby excluded. Neither we nor any of our employees or affiliated entities will be liable for any kind of damages howsoever arising including, without limitation, loss of profits, compensatory, consequential, direct, exemplary, incidental, indirect, punitive or special, damages, or any liability which you may have to a third party, even if we have been advised of the possibility of such loss.
We are not responsible for the direct or indirect consequences of links that take you to any other website from this website.
This website is intended for use by those over the age of 18 years. No one under that age should carry out any activity whatsoever based on the information on this website.
These terms and this disclaimer and any claim based on the use of information from this website shall be governed by the laws of England and Wales and, for our benefit, you agree to submit to the non-exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England.
To access the information on this website, you must signal acceptance of the terms and disclaimer set out above by registering with WikiJob. If you do not accept any of these terms, leave this website now.
If at any time you wish us to cease processing your information, please send a message to [email protected] and insert 'unsubscribe' as the subject heading.
If you want to use the WikiJob.co.uk website, you must agree to the terms below as the exclusive basis for inclusion.
This agreement is made between: (1) WikiJob Ltd whose address is 251 Gray's Inn Road, London, England, WC1X 8QT (“WikiJob”) and (2) the person who is registering with WikiJob Ltd (the "User")
In this Agreement, the following terms shall mean:
1. “Alert” means an email alert regarding a Vacancy which an Employer requests WikiJob to issue.
2. “Associated Company” means any company which at the relevant time is: the expressions “holding company”, “subsidiary” and “subsidiary undertaking” having the same meanings given to them by the Companies Act 1985.
3. “Employer” means an entity that has registered on WikiJob and may advertise details of Vacancies via the Job Board or Alerts looking for suitable candidates for such Vacancies.
4. “User Details” means personal data regarding the User including name, age, gender and contact details.
5. “Inappropriate Conduct” means conduct that under the laws of any jurisdiction is any of the following: unlawful, fraudulent, criminal, threatening, abusive, harmful, malicious, obscene, pornographic, malicious, profane, libellous, defamatory, constitutes or involves a misrepresentation, infringes any Intellectual Property Rights, infringes Netiquette or any advertising or other relevant codes, constitutes or encourages a criminal offence or contains a virus, worm, Trojan horse or other harmful code.
6. “Inappropriate Material” means material that under the laws of any jurisdiction is any of the following: unlawful, fraudulent, criminal, threatening, abusive, harmful, malicious, obscene, pornographic, malicious, profane, libellous, defamatory, stolen, constitutes or includes a misrepresentation, infringes any Intellectual Property Rights, infringes Netiquette or any advertising or other relevant codes, constitutes or encourages a criminal offence or contains a virus, worm, Trojan horse or other harmful code.
7. “Intellectual Property Rights” means all copyrights, patents, database rights, registered and unregistered design rights, trademarks and service marks and applications for any of the foregoing, together with all trade secrets, know-how, rights to confidence and other intellectual and industrial property rights in all parts of the world and for the full term thereof including all rights to renew the same.
8. “Job Board” means the job board on WikiJob, including details of Vacancies.
9. “Material” means text, graphics, images, logos, music, photographs sound, video or any combination thereof.
10. “Netiquette” means generally accepted standards of conduct relating to the use of the internet including, without limitation, not sending unsolicited mass e-mail, not impersonating another person, and not misrepresenting oneself to have authorisation from another person when one does not.
11. “Profile” means the profile information (and amendments thereto) submitted by a User to WikiJob which will be used for the provision of the Service.
12. “Service” means the provision of the User Details and Profile by WikiJob to recruitment agencies and the provision to the User of the abilities:
13. “Social Media Networks” means LinkedIn, Facebook, Twitter and other such virtual meeting places.
14. “Vacancies means job and graduate programme vacancies advertised by Employers via the Website.
15. “Website” means wikijob.co.uk.
It is hereby agreed that:
1. Subject to the other terms of this Agreement, in consideration of the User abiding by the terms of this Agreement and subject to the effects of the failure or interruption of services provided by third parties, WikiJob agrees to use its reasonable endeavours to provide the Service.
2. WikiJob may supplement the User's Profile by harvesting and using information that is visible to WikiJob when the User logs in from a Social Media Network.
4. Security measures. WikiJob has implemented security policies, rules and technical measures to protect the personal data that it has under its control from unauthorised access, improper use and disclosure, unauthorised destruction, or accidental loss but WikiJob cannot guarantee that such policies, rules and measures will be effective.
5. Access to information. The User may ask WikiJob for details of any personal information it is storing about the User by emailing WikiJob at [email protected] and if the User wishes, and upon payment of a fee of £10, WikiJob will provide the User with a copy of personal data held about them by email. WikiJob may ask for proof of the User's identity before providing any such information and reserves the right to refuse to provide the information requested if identity is not established.
6. Password. The User will select a password that will enable them to access the Website and amend the User Details and Profile. The password will be exclusive to the User and the User undertakes not to disclose it to anyone else and accepts that they will be responsible for all actions enabled by use of such password.
1. Subject to compliance by the User with all obligations under this Agreement and subject to Clauses 2.3 above and 3.3 and 4.1 below, WikiJob warrants that it shall perform its duties hereunder in a timely and professional manner and that all User Details will be held and processed in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and this Agreement.
2. WikiJob shall be entitled to provide the User Details and Profile to Associated Companies and shall either itself or via such Associated Companies send Alerts to the User where it deems this appropriate but without the Employer knowing the identity of the User.
3. WikiJob shall be entitled to supply the User Details and the Profile to recruitment agencies and to any purchaser of part or the whole of the assets of WikiJob provided that such purchaser undertakes only to use the User Details for the same purposes as set out in this Agreement.
4. WikiJob does not warrant that the provision of the Service will be uninterrupted or error-free.
5. The User shall bear sole responsibility for ensuring the accuracy of their Profile.
6. The warranty set out in Clause 3.1 is exclusive of and in lieu of all other conditions and warranties, either express or implied, statutory or otherwise, including without limitation those relating to satisfactory quality or fitness for purpose.
1. WikiJob shall retain the right at all times in its absolute discretion to refuse to provide the Service or any part thereof to the User.
1. The User agrees to notify WikiJob promptly once they no longer wish to have a Profile on the Website.
2. The User undertakes fully to virus-check all data supplied to WikiJob pursuant to this Agreement and remove such viruses and other harmful code that it detects prior to transmission to WikiJob.
3. The User hereby acknowledges that they are fully responsible for all consequences of their use of the Service and the Website.
4. The User warrants, represents and undertakes in relation to all Material (including, without limitation, any Material which it requests WikiJob to post on the Website) that:
5. The User hereby undertakes to ensure that it will not engage in any Inappropriate Conduct or provide any Inappropriate Material for upload to the Website.
1. The User agrees to indemnify WikiJob against all damages, liabilities, costs and expenses which WikiJob may incur or sustain, including without limitation the costs of defending any suit arising from any breach of this Agreement or any act or omission by the User.
1. WikiJob is not liable for any indirect loss, consequential loss, loss of salary, remuneration, profits, revenue, data or goodwill, howsoever arising, suffered by the User and arising in any way in connection with this Agreement or for any liability of the User to any third party.
2. WikiJob is not liable for any failure in respect of its obligations hereunder which result directly or indirectly from failure or interruption in software or services provided by third parties.
3. None of the clauses herein shall apply so as to restrict liability for death or personal injury resulting from the negligence of WikiJob.
4. No matter how many claims are made and whatever the basis of such claims, WikiJob’s maximum aggregate liability to the User under or in connection with this Agreement or the Service in respect of any direct loss (or any other loss to the extent that such loss is not excluded by Clauses 7.1 or 7.2 above or otherwise), whether such claim arises in contract or in tort, shall not exceed a sum equal to £10,000.
1. WikiJob may terminate this Agreement by giving 7 days written notice of termination to the address provided to WikiJob by the User from time to time, or with immediate effect in the event of any breach of this Agreement by the User.
2. The User may terminate this Agreement by giving 7 days written notice of termination to WikiJob to the address set out in this Agreement.
1. Subject to Clause 9.2, this Agreement constitutes the entire agreement between the parties hereto relating to the subject matter hereof and neither party has relied on any representation made by the other party unless such representation is expressly included herein. Nothing in this Clause 9.1 shall relieve either party of liability for fraudulent misrepresentations. Neither party shall be entitled to any remedy for either any negligent or innocent misrepresentation except to the extent (if any) that a court or arbitrator may allow reliance on the same as being fair and reasonable.
2. No change, alteration or modification to this Agreement shall be valid unless in writing and signed by duly authorised representatives of both parties.
3. If any provision of this Agreement or part thereof shall be void for whatever reason, it shall be deemed deleted and the remaining provisions shall continue in full force and effect.
4. Any notice given pursuant hereto may be served by email or sent by pre-paid registered letter or recorded delivery to the addresses given hereabove. Such notice shall be deemed to have been duly served upon and received by the addressee when served by email 24 hours after despatch thereof or, when posted, 48 hours after the same shall have been put into the post correctly addressed and pre-paid.
5. Neither party shall be liable for any loss suffered by the other party or be deemed to be in default for any delays or failures in performance hereunder (other than concerning payment) resulting from acts or causes beyond its reasonable control or any Acts of God, acts or regulations of any governmental or supra-national authority.
6. Any delay or forbearance by either party in enforcing any provisions of this Agreement or any of its rights hereunder shall not be construed as a waiver of such provision or right thereafter to enforce the same.
7. This Agreement shall be governed by the laws of England and the parties submit to the exclusive jurisdiction of the Courts of England and Wales.
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A cookie is a small text file that is sent to your computer or mobile device (referred to in this policy as a “device”) by the web server so that a website can remember some information about your browsing activity.
The cookie may collect information relating to your use of the Website, information about your device, such as the device’s IP address and browser type, demographic data and if you arrived at the Website via a link from a third-party site, as well as the URL of the linking page.
First party cookies are created by the website that you are visiting. A third-party cookie is frequently used in behavioural advertising and analytics and is created by a domain other than the website you are visiting.
Third-party cookies, tags, pixels, beacons and other similar technologies (collectively, “Tags”) may be placed on the Website to monitor interaction with advertising content and to target and optimize advertising.
Each internet browser has functionality so that you can block both first and third-party cookies and clear your browser’s cache. The "help" feature of the menu bar on most browsers will tell you how to stop accepting new cookies, how to receive notification of new cookies, how to disable existing cookies and how to clear your browser’s cache.
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