The association Greenpeace in Central- and Eastern Europe (in following "Greenpeace"), based in Vienna/Austria, is happy that you visit our careers website meant for all jobs within our region in Central- and Eastern Europe. We take data protection and data security very serious, tha'ts why we want to inform you about which kind of personal related data we collect by your visit of our website and for what reasons they are used.

§1 Responsible entity acting as data controller

The controller responsible for processing your personal data according to laws and regulations is:

Greenpeace in Central- and Eastern Europe
Wiedner Hauptstraße 120-124 
1050 Vienna
Tel.: +43 1 545 45 80

This privacy policy applies to the special carreer Internet offer of the association Greenpeace in Central and Eastern Europe, which is available under the domain (hereinafter referred to as "our website"). Please note that the controller distributes job application data to those local Greenpeace offices within the Central- and Eastern Europe region, where the job is or could be based.

§2 Data protection officer

If you have any requests or questions with regard to your personal data you can contact our data protection officer:

Dr. Daniel Stanonik, RA Kanzlei Stanonik , Salztorgasse 2, A-1010 Wien as well as  Kinast Rechtsanwältegesellschaft mbH, Hohenzollernring 54, D-50672 Köln reachable via

§3 Individual Processing Operations

1. Personal data of careers website visitors

We use your personal data for:

  • learning more about the behaviour of the visitors of our careers website to improve our recruitment process and this website;
  • improving and monitoring the performance of this website;
  • and generating anonymized data that we share with our partners.

All processing of personal data of careers website visitors is based on our legitimate interest to facilitate recruitment.

We process the following personal data of careers website visitors:

  • Device and browser
  • IP-address
  • Requests and responses sent from and to your device
  • Source website (we use a cookie to track this)
  • Behaviour on our website

Your personal data is also processed by Indeed on pages where we display a button to ‘Apply with Indeed’, even when you don’t use that functionality. Indeed may use cookies. The privacy policy of Indeed applies for processing of personal data by Indeed:

2. Personal data of job applicants

On our website we offer you the opportunity to apply and register with Greenpeace for paid or voluntary work in our organisation and for our campaigns. When sending your application or registering via our online forms, reference is made to this data protection declaration in order to obtain your consent. If you use the online form, the following personal data will be processed by you in order to enable the implementation of pre-contractual measures:

  • Salutation (Gender), First and last name, Email address, Phone number, Postal address, Birthday, Citizenship (on employment), Skills and experience (if necessary in a CV with photo)

The purpose of providing your name, e-mail address and/or telephone number is to contact you during the application process. The purpose of specifying the postal address is to propose an assignment to available geographical subgroups (volunteers, direct dialogue campaign). The indication of the date of birth serves the purpose of checking whether we may legally process your application. The purpose of providing personal skills and experience of any information within your CV is to ensure the best possible staffing of available positions from our point of view.

Under European data protection law we are required to inform you that withholding personal data in your job application can give you a disadvantage in comparison to other candidates who are applying for the same role.

Your personal data has to be processed by LinkedIn and Indeed to allow for the ‘Apply with LinkedIn’ and ‘Apply with Indeed’ functionalities. LinkedIn and Indeed may use cookies. You can find their privacy policies on the following websites:

The personal data processed via the application and registration forms will be deleted no later than 3 months after the end of the tendering process. Personal data held in evidence will be deleted after 3 years at the latest.

The full privacy policy of Greenpeace in Central- and Eastern Europe can be found here.

§4 Right of Objection

When processing your personal data on the basis of legitimate interests in accordance with Art. 6 para. 1 sentence 1 lit. f GDPR, you have the right to object to the processing of your personal data in accordance with Art. 21 GDPR, provided that there are reasons for this arising from your particular situation.

Furthermore, we point out that in principle you can revoke your consent in connection with Greenpeace at any time with effect for the future. The revocation can be made either to or by post to Greenpeace, Wiedner Hauptstraße 120-124, 1050 Vienna.

Feel free to contact us if you have any questions regarding your personal data. You can also contact us with requests to exercise your rights under European data protection law. Such rights include the rights to access, rectification, erasure, restriction of processing, data portability and object.