Frontend Developer (Polish)

Information Thank you for your interest in our offer. Please fill out the form below.
Personal information
*
*
* Providing your email address will allow us to correctly identify you in the recruiting system.
✓ OK
Curriculum Vitae Please upload your CV.
CV
No file selected Accepted file formats are: doc, docx, pdf, rtf, txt, odt, jpg, gif, jpeg, bmp, png. Maximum file size is 4 MB. *
Upload more files
Financial expectations Please provide your financial expectations (gross).
Availability
*
Polish language

Other documents Certificates, letter of application etc.
Attachment 1
No file selected Accepted file formats are: doc, docx, pdf, rtf, txt, odt, jpg, gif, jpeg, bmp, png. Maximum file size is 4 MB.
Attachment 2
No file selected Accepted file formats are: doc, docx, pdf, rtf, txt, odt, jpg, gif, jpeg, bmp, png. Maximum file size is 4 MB.
Data of the Controller
We hereby inform you that the controller of your personal data is LeanCode, Wróbla 8a, 02-736 Warszawa (hereinafter also referred to as "the Employer" or "the Controller"). Contact with the Controller is available by e-mail: office@leancode.pl or by post to the address of the registered office, which is also the address for correspondence.

Objectives and legal basis of data processing
The personal data provided by you will be processed by the Controller for recruitment purposes on the basis of:
  • a) a specific legal provision regulating the collection of data from a person applying for employment under an employment contract (Article 6(1)(c) of the GDPR* in connection with Article 221(1) of the Labour Code), i.e. if employment is offered on the basis of an employment contract and if the provided data is only covered by this provision, i.e.: first name(s) and last name, date of birth, contact details and education, professional qualifications, and the course of the previous employment, provided that they are necessary for the Employer with regard to a specific type of work or job position, or
  • b) on the basis of your consent, in accordance with Article 6(1)(a) of the GDPR, in regard to the following cases:
    • in the case of a current recruitment process: an employment contract is offered, and for recruitment purposes you provide in your resume or application documents other data than that which the Employer may process on the basis of the Labour Code, i.e. other than: first name(s) and last name, date of birth, contact details, education, professional qualifications, and previous employment history, provided these are necessary for the Employer with regard to a certain type of work or job position, or
    • in the case of a current recruitment process: a contract other than an employment contract is offered (e.g. a contract for specific work), and the processing of the data concerns all of the data you provide in your resume or application documents for processing for the purpose of the recruitment process, or
    • you wish to take part in the Employer’s future recruitment processes (data processing applies to all of the data you provide in your resume or application documents for processing for the purpose of future recruitment processes).

Due to the nature of the recruitment process(es) conducted through the electronic elevato system, your e-mail address will be processed to identify you in this system . Such an identification function helps you properly exercise your rights under the GDPR, e.g. to withdraw your consent, update your data, obtain access to its content, etc. This is a legitimate interest of the Controller, and the legal basis for the data processing is Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.
It is also a legitimate interest of the Controller to archive the data after the recruitment process has been completed or after the withdrawal of consent for data processing in future recruitment processes. Such archiving serves as evidence for the purposes of defending, acknowledging or pursuing claims pursuant to Article 6(1)(f) of the GDPR.

Data recipients
Personal data may be disclosed to employees or associates of the Controller, as well as to entities providing support to the Controller on a mandated service basis and in accordance with the concluded agreements on personal data processing (entrustment agreements), especially in the area of recruitment support.
The data recipient is, among others, elevato S.A. with its registered office in Bielsko-Biała, ul. Batorego 3/6, 43-300 Bielsko-Biała, as an entity providing and maintaining the elevato system, the aim of which is to support the recruitment process concluded for the Controller.

Data retention period
Your personal data will be processed for the duration of the current recruitment process, and if you give an additional consent, your personal data will also be processed for the purposes of future recruitments until you decide to withdraw your consent, but for no longer than 2 years . If the recruitment process is completed and no additional consent for future recruitment processes has been given or your consent for the processing of data for future recruitment purposes has been withdrawn, your personal data will be processed only in the form of archiving for evidential purposes for a period appropriate for the expiry of the statute of limitations for claims, which is a maximum of 5 years .

Applicable rights
You have the right to request access to your personal data, the right to rectify, delete or restrict its processing, as well as the right to object to its processing and the right to transfer itdata portability. You may withdraw your consent at any time. The withdrawal of consent shall not affect the lawfulness of processing based on consent before its withdrawal. Please send the above requests to the e-mail address provided in the Data of the Controller section.
You also have the right to lodge a complaint with the supervisory authority.

The necessity of data provision and the consequences of not providing it
In the case of a recruitment process concerning employment based on an employment contract, the Employer may request data within the scope indicated in the Labour Code, i.e.: first name(s) and last name, date of birth, contact details and education, professional qualifications, and the course of previous employment, provided they are necessary for the Employer in regard to the specific type of work or job position. If the Employer marks these data as necessary, their provision is a prerequisite to take part in the recruitment process, and the refusal to provide them will result in the lack of the possibility to join the recruitment process. In the case of data not required by the Labour Code, the provision of such data is voluntary and the failure to provide such data shall not affect the possibility of taking part in recruitment process
In the case of data provided during the recruitment process for a position for which a civil law agreement is offered, the requirement to provide data does not result from the law (providing such data is voluntary); however, providing adequate data designated by the Employer is necessary to proceed with the recruitment process in a reliable manner. Refusal to provide such data will result in your application being omitted from the recruitment procedure. In the case of data other than those marked as necessary, failure to provide such data shall not affect the possibility of taking part in the recruitment process.
In the case of an e-mail address, which is marked as necessary to be filled in (identification data allowing us to identify you in the system correctly), the lack of providing such data makes it impossible to take part in the recruitment conducted by the recruitment system. At the same time, applicants are provided with alternative forms of applying through the following e-mail address: office@leancode.pl.

We hereby inform you that the decisions concerning your recruitment process will not be made in an automated way.

* GDPR – Regulation (EU) 2016/679 of the European Parliament and of the Council of 27 April 2016 on the protection of individuals with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data and repealing Directive 95/46/EC