Privacy Policy

Job Platform Privacy Policy

By using this job platform, you agree to the collection, use and transfer of your data as described in this Privacy Policy.

  1. What information do we collect about you

We collect information about you to help job seekers find jobs and to help employers find candidates and to provide and improve our services. We receive and store this information when you enter it on our websites, send it to us, or provide it to us in any other way. Information collected on our sites and applications is stored in Europe; therefore, your information may become subject to European law.

The USPTA is the controller of all Personal Data processed pursuant to this Privacy Policy, unless otherwise provided for in a separate agreement. 

We collect:

  • Contact details like name, email address, resume details and location data;
  • Details about ethnicity, race, or gender, if you choose to provide it;
  • The information you use to apply to jobs on our website;
  • Information about your business, such as company name, size, and business type;
  • Automatically collected data such as your online activity, your internet protocol (IP) and internet service provider (ISP), your browser and device and operating system.
  • We also collect information from you via Single Sign-on: If you choose to sign in to our job platform, we import the requested information from your USPTA account and we make it part of your profile.

You can - with the exception of automatically collected data - correct or remove this information by accessing your account settings. 

  1. How We Use Information

We use the information we collect to provide our services, respond to you, operate and improve our sites and applications, and foster a positive user experience.

We use information with your consent as described at the time we collect that consent. This includes account creation and resume upload. We use personal data for our legitimate interests, namely:

  1. to provide our services;
  2. to contact and communicate with you when you contact us;
  3. to measure and improve those services, products and features; 
  4. to protect our users and provide them with customer support 

By registering your profile, by managing your profile, by publicly posting information, or by opting in when presented with choices, you have consented for us to use your information in the following ways:

2.1 To provide you with our services, which includes

  1. to create a USPTA account for you, including any resume you create or upload;
  2. to enable you to search for jobs and share them with others;
  3. to enable you to apply for jobs;
  4. to help potential employers find your resume and contact you;
  5. to enable you to contact us and for us to contact/respond to you;
  6. to provide information about you and your interest in job postings to employers;

2.2. For marketing

  • to provide personalized, targeted, or location-based content, services, and advertising from us and third parties;
  • to send you job alerts, newsletters or other marketing communications you have opted in to receive;
  • to inform you of other products or services available from USPTA or its affiliates;
  • to conduct surveys, promotions and contests, and to publish the results thereof;

2.3 To improve our services

  • to give search engines access to public information;
  • to conduct analytics and generate internal reports about the use of our sites and applications;
  • to track which jobs you search for, view, and apply to;

2.4 For security and fraud prevention

  • to detect, investigate and prevent activities that may violate our policies or be illegal; and
  • to make suggestions and draw inferences about you. 

Some of our products and services, such as our resume and profile database enable third parties to see your personal information and to contact you. Information you post in public areas of our job platform or applications or make visible in the resume and profile database may be accessed, used, and stored by others around the world, including those in countries that might not have legislation that guarantees adequate protection of personal information as defined by your country of residence. While we take measures to safeguard your information from unauthorized access or inappropriate use, the USPTA does not control these third parties and we are not responsible for their use of information you give to us. Do not post sensitive information or any other information you would not want made public, to any of our websites or application or to a public website.

  1. Who is this information shared with?

We provide you with a platform to broadcast information about yourself to maximize your career opportunities. The information we gather may be shared with the following categories of third parties:

  • employers and job seekers;
  • other companies/service providers hired to provide services on USPTA’s behalf;
  • other third parties where required by law;
  • By applying to a job, providing your contact information to show interest in a job, or by replying to a message from an employer, you consent to the disclosure of your information to that employer and to be contacted by such employer for employment related purposes.

We do not share contact information with third parties for their direct marketing purposes unless you affirmatively agree to such disclosure. 

  1. Cookies and Online Advertising

“Cookies” are small pieces of information that are stored by your browser on your computer’s hard drive. Please review our cookie policy for further information regarding our use of Cookies.

  1. Social Media Widgets

Our site includes social media features, such as YouTube embedding. Your interactions with these features are governed by the privacy policy of the company providing it.

  1. Your resume information

Public resumes may be available to anyone with access to the resume search application and may be accessed by other users, in order to increase the visibility of that resume and help find you a job. A public resume may also be available to anyone accessing the associated URL, and to Employers. Where this occurs, you make your resume, your name and other Personal Data that you place on your resume available to third parties. Those third parties may be interested in you as an employee, and may forward your resume to other third parties.

If you post a public resume, this may be crawled by, and displayed through search engines when someone searches for your name. This means that third parties can view the Personal Data contained in your resume and you may receive unsolicited contact from parties unaffiliated with the USPTA and for whom the USPTA has no responsibility. If you post a public resume our platform, please note that although any resume you post publicly is public information and the content may be copied by a third party in violation of these terms.

6.1 Changing Your Resume Privacy Settings

When you place your resume on our job platform, it will be set to public by default. You may adjust this at any point by editing your privacy settings. Where you adjust your resume from public to hidden, USPTA does not warrant how often third-party search engines will update their caches, which may continue to contain your resume information. Additionally, Employers who have saved your resume while it was public may continue to have access to your resume even after you have adjusted it to private.

If your resume includes personal data of a reference, it is your responsibility to ensure that the person is aware that you have forwarded his/her details and has consented in writing for you to do so. Resumes you give to us must not contain sensitive data relating to your (i) racial or ethnic origin (ii) political beliefs (iii) philosophical or religious beliefs (iv) membership of a trade union or political party (v) physical or mental health or biometric details or genetic makeup (vi) addictions or sexual life (vii) the commission of criminal offences or proceedings and associated penalties or fines, (viii) the commission of any unlawful or objectionable conduct and associated penalties, or (ix) any Social Security Number or national identification number. If you do give us this information, then you agree that it is at your own risk.

  1. Access to and Storage of Your Personal Information

Access to your Personal Data: You may access, update, or delete your resume or profile at any time. To do so, sign in to your account, go to your resume or profile, and make the desired changes. If you do not have an account, or if you believe that someone else has provided us with your contact information, please contact us. You also have the rights to data portability and to request that the USPTA restrict processing data about you.

The UPSTA does not "sell" your personal information as that term is defined by the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018. You have the right to request that the USPTA delete any of your personal information that it has collected from you, with certain exceptions. We may refuse your deletion request if permitted by law. If we deny your deletion request, we will tell you why the request was denied. Additionally, if we determine that no exception to deletion applies, we will direct any of our service providers that have received your personal data to delete your personal information from their records as well. To make a request, please contact us here

We will respond to information access requests within a reasonable timeframe. If we require additional time to provide access to your information, we will acknowledge receipt of your request within a reasonable timeframe and promptly supplement our response within the time period required by applicable law.

Data Retention: Because managing your career is a life-long process, we retain all the information we gather about you in an effort to make repeat use of our sites more efficient, practical and relevant until you change or remove your personal information as described below. We may retain your information for as long as your account is active or as needed to provide you services, comply with our legal obligations, resolve disputes, and enforce our agreements.

  1. Security

You are responsible for keeping your username and password secret. The security of your personal information is important to us. We utilize a variety of safeguards to protect the personal information submitted to us, both during transmission and once it is received. You should be aware that resumes and profiles may be monitored by your current employer. When you place an order online at the USPTA, your credit card information is encrypted with industry standard encryption.

  1. Children

This job platform is not intended for, nor do we knowingly collect information from, children under the age of 16.

  1. Changes to Privacy Policy

We may update this Privacy Policy to reflect changes in our information practices. If we make any material changes we will notify you by email (sent to the email address specified in your account) where required, or by means of a notice on this website prior to the change becoming effective. We encourage you to periodically review this page for the latest information on our privacy practices.

  1. Contact Information

Please contact us online or at:USPTA
11961 Performance Drive
Orlando, FL  32827

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