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Información básica de protección de datos de carácter personal

Quién trata sus datos

FUNDACIÓN IMDEA ENERGÍA con domicilio en el Parque Tecnológico de Móstoles, Avda. Ramón de la Sagra, 3, 28935 Móstoles, Madrid. Puede contactar con el responsable de protección de datos en  datos.energia@imdea.org o en el tfno.: 91 737 11 20.

Con qué finalidad

Estudiar su candidatura en el proceso de selección al que opta.

Por qué puede hacerlo

Porque el envío de esta solicitud supone su consentimiento para el tratamiento de sus datos con los fines indicados. En el caso de proporcionar datos de terceros con el fin de facilitar referencias deberá haber obtenido previamente su consentimiento.

Quién más accede a sus datos

No se facilitan sus datos a terceros.

Qué derechos tiene

Acceso, rectificación, supresión, oposición y limitación del tratamiento en la dirección indicada aportando copia de su documento de identidad. Presentación de una reclamación ante la Agencia Española de Protección de Datos (AEPD).

Cuánto tiempo se conservan los datos

Los resultados del proceso selectivo se conservarán durante el plazo de tres años desde que finalizó el mismo con el fin de atender posibles responsabilidades y reclamaciones, salvo que sea necesaria su conservación por un plazo superior en tanto el proceso pueda ser auditado por el organismo que subvenciona el proyecto al que se refiere la vacante por la que opta.

Más información

Pinchando en el siguiente enlace: Protección de datos.

 

Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R)

The Human Resources Strategy for Researchers (HRS4R) emerges with the aim of making the research career more attractive for researchers and intends to give them the same rights and obligations in any European Union Member State, independently of the country they live in. The HRS4R is based in the principles stablished through the European Charter for Researchers, the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers and the Open, Transparent and Merit-based Recruitment policy recommended by the European Commission. 

In 2005, the European Commission published the European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers. The Charter contains a number of recommendations relating to the rights and responsibilities of researchers, as well as to those of their employers and/or funders.

The European Commission offers support to research institutions in the development and application of the Charter and the Code through the project “HR Strategy for Researchers”. Institutes that are able to demonstrate that they follow HR policies that seek to conform to the Charter receive the ‘HR Excellence in Research Award’. 

The aim of the Charter and Code for Researchers is to ensure that the nature of the relationship between researchers and employers is conducive to successful research performance and to the career development of researchers.  This is an evolving process that enables HR follow the principles of the European Charter and Code. 

IMDEA Energía signed and sent the Letter to the European Commission of the declaration of commitment to the principles of the “Charter for European Researchers” and the “Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers” and, as of 2020, it began to work to obtain the Award for Excellence in Human Resources Research.

An internal researcher staff survey at all grades and levels including research support officers – focusing on training and development, knowledge of the charter and code for researchers, working conditions etc. Based on the input a gap analysis was made. Therefore, an action plan has been developed, framing and categorizing existing initiatives properly.

IMDEA Energía is determined to continue along the path it has undertaken. We fully care for qualitative researchers’ careers and we devote ourselves to selecting the best person for every job by incorporating the Open, Transparent and Merit-based recruitment practices into our institutional policy processes. 

Of the 564 organizations that have received the Excellence in Human Resources Research award, 109 of them are Spanish.

HRS4R DOCUMENTATION

Letter to the European Commission

Action plan IMDEA Energía

HRS4R LINKS OF INTEREST

The European Charter for Researchers and the Code of Conduct for the Recruitment of Researchers

https://euraxess.ec.europa.eu/jobs/hrs4r

https://www.euraxess.es/spain/services/human-resources-strategy-researchers-hrs4