The purpose of collecting, processing and using your personal data during the application process has a legal basis. The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra collects and processes only those data which are necessary for fulfilling this legal purpose and basis.
The following types of personal data may be collected and processed:
In limited circumstances, we may seek your consent to process certain personal data. In such an event, we will provide you with all details regarding the personal data in question and the reason for which we need them. One example is a possible screening, it being in the interests of the Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra to select and employ trustworthy and certified personnel for security purposes.
The Royal Concertgebouw Orchestra is responsible for ensuring that the processing and management of your personal data are carried out in an effective and efficient manner. The Human Resources Department is charged with the actual management of personal data. We take appropriate technical and organisational measures to protect against loss and any form of unlawful processing of your data. Personal data are processed solely in accordance with the law and this policy and in an appropriate and conscientious way, and collected only for the purposes set out in this policy. Personal data must be adequate and relevant; no additional personal data will be processed or collected from you than is necessary for record-keeping purposes.
We do not, in principle, pass on your personal data to third parties except and unless we have first obtained your express consent, notwithstanding any legal requirement to that effect.
Any individual who is involved in implementing this policy and the application process and who is given access to personal data which he/she knows, or can reasonably assume, is of a confidential nature, and who is not already bound by a duty of confidentiality with respect to personal data by virtue of his/her profession, position or any legal requirement is obliged to keep such data confidential. This includes relevant departments and individuals involved in the application process.
The personal data contained in the applicant’s records will be deleted upon request of the person concerned and, in any event, no later than one month after the application procedure has ended. Once the applicable retention period has expired, your personal data will be safely deleted and destroyed.
Under all applicable legislation and regulations, you have certain rights relating to your personal data: