Candidates

It is important to us that you feel informed throughout the process and have the best possible experience throughout the process. Our desire is to contribute to your development on the way to your career goal, and of course everything is carried out with complete discretion. When you are asked in the process to send your CV to us, you will receive an electronic declaration of consent that we may store and process your data. You can withdraw your consent at any time by contacting us.

If you wish to withdraw your consent, please send an email to Birgitte Dyreborg bd@nordicsearcgroup.com with your full name and address. You will subsequently receive a notification that your data has been deleted.
Registration in the CV database
Nordic Search Group only receives CVs on the basis of advertised positions or if you are in process with us.
When we help our clients find the right employees, it is mainly through Executive Search. Our CV database is an important source that we use, and we are of course always interested in expanding our database of qualified candidates.

This is done by creating a potential candidate for one of our advertised positions in our database, and this happens when you send an application and CV to the contact person mentioned on the job posting.

You can be updated on new positions by clicking on LinkedIn and following our Company Page on LinkedIn.
Nordic Search Group has a data policy and complies at all times with the applicable personal data regulation (May 2018). We register the receipt of your CV and you will subsequently receive a declaration of consent whereby you consent to the data controllers (Nordic Search Group) processing the following information about you:
Full name and address
Workplace
Position
Contact information
Resume

Once the declaration of consent has been received, we will register you in our database.

Your personal data is stored in accordance with applicable legislation on the processing of personal data. By registering your CV, you agree that we may store your information for 12 months, after which you will be asked if we can still store your information.

The information is collected and processed exclusively for processing in connection with recruitment tasks for our clients, and you can ask to have your information deleted at any time.

What rights does the Personal Data Act give you?
Right to be informed about the collection/processing and disclosure of information for use in electronic data processing (§§ 28 and 29).
Right to ask for insight into the information about me that is processed electronically (§ 31).
Right to object to the information being processed electronically (§ 35).
Right to demand correction, deletion or blocking of information that is incorrect, misleading or similarly processed in violation of the law (§ 37).