Albourne Disclaimer Notice

Privacy Notice
California Candidates


California law requires that we provide you this notice about the collection and use of your personal information. We encourage you to read it carefully.

Effective Date: January 1, 2024

1.    Introduction

At Albourne America LLC (“Company”, “we”, “us” and “our”), we are committed to being transparent about the personal information we collect about our potential employees. This notice (“Notice”) describes the categories of personal information that we collect about California residents who apply or are recruited for a job with us (“candidates”), and the purposes for which we use that information.

For purposes of this Notice, “personal information” has the meaning given in the California Consumer Privacy Act of 2018, as amended by the California Privacy Rights Act of 2020 (the “CCPA”) but excludes information exempted from the CCPA’s scope.

This Notice does not create or form part of any contract for employment or otherwise.

If you have questions about this Notice, please contact Albourne U.S. Human Resources at

2.    Information we collect about candidates

2.1. Categories of personal information

The categories of personal information we may collect and process during the application and recruitment process include:

  • Personal identifiers, such as name, preferred name, or unique personal identifier;
  • Contact information, such as home address, telephone number, and email address;
  • Information from job application materials or recruiters, such as your job application, resume or CV, cover letter, writing samples, references, work history, education transcripts, whether you are subject to prior employer obligations, and information that referrers provide about you;
  • Professional qualifications, such as licenses, permits, memberships, and certifications;
  • Information obtained from the application process, such as any phone-screens, interviews, evaluations, and outcomes of recruiting exercises;
  • Immigration status and other information that would allow us to verify your employment eligibility;
  • Biographical information, such as name, gender, date of birth, professional history, references, language proficiencies, education details, and information you make available through job search or career networking sites;
  • Job preferences, such as desired position and compensation, location preferences and willingness to relocate;
  • Employment history;
  • Background check information, such as information necessary to complete background, education, credit, drug/alcohol, regulatory and/or other checks when permitted by law, and information received during these checks; and
  • Other information you provide to us.

2.2.    Categories of sensitive personal information 

  • Information needed to understand and assess accommodation requests regarding potential disabilities or other health conditions;
  • Characteristics protected classifications under federal or state law, such as your age, gender, gender identity, gender expression, marital status, nationality, race, ethnic origin, veteran/military status, disability, where applicable, for purposes of monitoring equal opportunity or evaluating accommodation requests regarding potential disabilities or other health condition;
  • Information pertaining to health screenings, vaccinations, and COVID-19, such as whether and when you have received COVID-19 vaccines, your COVID-19 health screening results (written, verbal, physical, or electronic) – both self-reported or recorded by instrumentation, a description of whether you are experiencing or have experienced COVID-19-related symptoms (such as a fever, chills, sweats, cough, shortness of breath, sore throat, persistent sneezing or runny nose, different from allergies, difficulty breathing, fatigue, body aches, headache, new loss of smell or taste, nausea, vomiting or diarrhea) (“COVID-19 Symptoms”), whether and when you have tested positive or negative for COVID-19; and
  • Any other information that you provide to us during the recruitment process.

Providing personal information to us is voluntary. However, if you do not provide sufficient information, we may be unable to consider your application or, if you are hired, your subsequent promotion, transfer or relocation.

In certain cases we may ask you for additional information for purposes of complying with applicable laws. We may also inquire about criminal records. We will do so only where permitted by applicable law.

3.    Sources of personal information

We collect personal information from you when you apply for a job and throughout the job application or recruitment process. We may also collect your personal information from other sources and combine it with the personal information you provide us. For example, we may collect your personal information from:

  • Job board websites you may use to apply for a job with us;
  • Prior employers that provide us with employment references;
  • Professional references that you authorize us to contact;
  • Pre-employment screening services, such as background check providers (where permitted by law);
  • Employment agencies and recruiters;
  • Credentialing and licensing organizations;
  • Regulatory bodies;
  • Your educational institutions;
  • Your public social media profile or other publicly-available sources;
  • Online activity information that we and our service providers collect using server logs, “cookies” and similar technologies on the Careers Site. Please see our Cookies Policy at for more information.
  • Other Company personnel.

4.    How we use personal information about candidates

4.1.    Purposes for which we use personal information

We may use the categories of personal information above for the following purposes:

  • Recruitment management. Managing recruitment generally, such as:
  • operating the website we maintain at or any other site to which this Notice is posted (“Website”);
  • recruiting, interviewing and evaluating job candidates;
  • conducting background checks and other pre-employment screening (where permitted by law);
  • analyzing and improving our application and recruitment processes;
  • accommodating disabilities or health conditions;
  • communicating with you regarding your candidacy, opportunities with the Company or about the Website and any changes to applicable terms or policies; and
  • other business operations.
  • Compliance, safety and fraud prevention, such as:
  • complying with or monitoring compliance with legal and other requirements, such as reporting and equal opportunities monitoring requirements, where applicable;
  • complying with internal policies and procedures;
  • complying with lawful requests and legal process, such as to respond to subpoenas or requests from government authorities;
  • protecting our, your or others’ rights, safety and property;
  • investigating and deterring against fraudulent, harmful, unauthorized, unethical or illegal activity, or conduct in violation of our policies or procedures; and
  • sharing information with government authorities, law enforcement, courts or private parties where we have a good-faith belief it is necessary for the foregoing purposes.
  • Analytics. Creating anonymous, aggregated or de-identified data that we use and share to analyze our application and recruitment activities, business and for other lawful business purposes.

Where Albourne collects your sensitive personal information, it is not for the purpose of inferring characteristics about you.

4.2    Sharing personal information

We may share your personal information with other parties as necessary for the purposes described above. For example, we may share your personal information with:

  • Affiliates. Our corporate parent, subsidiaries, and other affiliates under the control of our corporate parent, for purposes consistent with this Notice or to operate shared infrastructure, systems and technology.
  • Company service providers. Companies that provide us with services that help us manage the recruiting process and operate our business, such as job boards, recruiters, interviewing and testing, pre-employment screening, interview travel booking and expense reimbursement (where applicable), relocation (where applicable), and recruitment analytics.
  • Government authorities, law enforcement and others. Government authorities, law enforcement, courts, and others as described in the compliance, safety and fraud prevention section above.
  • Business transfers. Parties to transactions and potential transactions whereby we sell, transfer or otherwise share some or all of our business or assets, including your personal information, such as a corporate divestiture, merger, consolidation, acquisition, reorganization or sale of assets, or in the event of bankruptcy or dissolution.
  • Professional advisors. Lawyers, immigration advisors, and other outside professional advisors.
  • Customers and business partners. Customers, other companies and individuals with whom the Company does business or is exploring a business relationship.

Albourne does not sell your personal information, nor does it engage in cross-context behavioral advertising, as defined by the CCPA.

5.    Retention

Albourne considers a number of factors in its evaluation of the retention period for your personal information.  These include, but are not limited to, applicable law and policy that may apply to the data.  Albourne will not keep personal information for longer than necessary and will dispose of any such data securely.

6. Other information about this Notice

6.1.    Third parties

This Notice does not address, and we are not responsible for, the practices of any third parties, which have their own rules for how they collect and use your personal information. Our links to third party websites or services are not endorsements.

6.2.    Changes to this Notice

We reserve the right to change this Notice at any time. The “Effective Date” heading at the top of this Notice indicates when it was last revised. Any changes will become effective when we post the revised notice on our Website.

6.3.    Children

The Website is not intended for minors under the age of 18.

6.4.    Accessibility

This Notice may be accessed in an alternative format by contacting us at

7.    Your rights

You may have the following rights under the CCPA:

  • the right to access what personal information Albourne has collected about you in the twelve (12) months preceding your request;
  • the right to know the categories of personal information that Albourne has collected about you, the categories of sources, and the categories of third parties it was shared with;
  • the right to delete personal information that Albourne has collected from you;
  • the right to correct inaccurate personal information that Albourne maintains about you; and
  • the right not to receive discriminatory treatment by Albourne for the exercise of privacy rights (including the right not to be retaliated against for the exercise of these rights).

8.    Your obligations

Among other obligations, including without limitation the obligation to provide complete and accurate information in recruiting documents and processes, it is your responsibility to ensure that information you submit does not violate any third party’s rights.

You should keep your personal information on file with the Company up to date and inform us of any  significant changes to it.

9.    Privacy Statement

You can access the Albourne Privacy Policy and Processing Notice (“Privacy Statement”) at: