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The privacy policy describes the manner of processing User’s data collected with regard to using the Website

The owner of the Website and administrator of Users’ personal data is Mota-Engil Central Europe S.A. with its registered office in Krakow, at ul. Wadowicka 8W, entered into the Register of Entrepreneurs conducted by the District Court for Krakow-Śródmieście, in Krakow, 11th Commercial Division of the National Court Register with KRS no. 00000012902, TIN: 350980504.

You can contact the administrator by sending an email to:, by phone: 12 664 80 00 or by sending a letter to the registered office of the company.

In order to obtain explanation of issues related with personal data processing, we encourage you to contact us by email:

What data do we collect and how do we process it?

personal data​

We collect Users’ personal data, if they voluntarily use forms, email addresses and telephone number available on the Website. Personal data is processed in compliance with the provisions of the Regulation of the European Parliament and of the Council (EU) 2016/679 of 27 April 2016 on the protection of natural persons with regard to the processing of personal data and on the free movement of such data, and repealing Directive 95/46/EC (so called: GDPR). The scope and grounds for processing personal data depend on the purposes given below, for which we process it.

Grounds, purposes and period of data processing
1) Employees’ recruitment
In order to conduct ongoing and/or future recruitment we process data sent via the application form such, as: name and surname, telephone, email address, address, education, professional experience, qualifications, image. We process data on the grounds of Article 6 section 1 letters a and c of the GDPR, i.e. under a consent given by the User and the legal obligation imposed on the data administrator pursuant to the Labour Code. The data shall be processed for a period of time specified in the job offer depending on the User’s consent to data processing in pending and future recruitment processes.
2) Handling requests sent via the contact form or through the agency of email addresses and telephone numbers posted on the Website
In order to reply we process personal data sent by the User via the contact form or in other manner made available by us such, as: name and surname, email address, telephone number, contents of the request. We process data on the grounds of Article 6 section 1 letter f of the GDPR, i.e. within the administrator’s legally justified interest comprising execution of a request of the person whom the data concerns (receiving reply to the request). The data shall be processed until achieving the objective or raising an effective objection against processing thereof.

Is giving data obligatory?
Giving data is voluntary, yet, necessary to execute the User’s demand (in order to receive a reply to the request or participate in the recruitment).

Rights vested in the User (person whom the data concerns) (osobie, której dane dotyczą)
In the cases stipulated in the GDPR each User, with regard to their data, has the right to:

  • access data – Article 15 of the GDPR,
  • rectify data - Article 16 of the GDPR,
  • delete data - Article 17 of the GDPR,
  • limit data processing – Article 18 of the GDPR,
  • transfer data - Article 20 of the GDPR,
  • object data processing – Article 21 of the GDPR.

In order to exercise your rights, please send us an email to the address:
We reply to each request immediately, however, not later than within one month as of receiving it. In case we are not able to satisfy the User’s request within one month (e.g. due to the number of other users’ requests), we shall inform of postponing the deadline in advance. The User is also entitled to complain to the President of the Office for Personal Data Protection in case of stating infringing personal data processing provisions by the administrator.

www server logs

During visits and while browsing the Website, the User’s search engine automatically sends to the www server a set of temporarily saved information such, as: IP address, type of the search engine, language, access hours and website address from which the User has been redirected. This data is not associated with specific persons and we use them anonymously to manage the Website.


During a visit on the Website, on the User’s end device (computer, tablet, smartphone) small text files, which include information on the name of the webpage from which they come from, time of storing them on the device and a unique number, are automatically saved. Each cookie has an expiry date upon a lapse of which it is deactivated. Cookies are used to identify the device with which the User opens a webpage. We do not use cookies to determine the User’s identity. Statistical information regarding Users’ traffic, activity and manner of using the Website is delivered with the use of cookies.
The Website uses cookies in order to:

  • ensure proper operation of the Website, including adjusting the contents of the Website to the User’s preferences (cookies allow recognising basic parameters of the device such, as: its type, screen resolution, country from which the user logs on and therefore, accordingly present a webpage adjusted to the User’s needs e.g. in preferred language);
  • monitor traffic on the Website, anonymous analysis of Users’ behaviour and developing statistics (e.g. views of particular subpages, which allow us to better understand the manner of using the Website by Users and to improve it).

For the purpose of collecting anonymous statistical data, we use cookies or similar third parties’ technologies (so-called: third party cookie). For this purpose we use the analytical device:

  • Google Analytics (cookie administrator: Google Inc. with its registered office in the USA), used for analysing data which, with the use of cookies, collects information on users’ behaviour on the Website e.g. a source from which they came to us (via search engine, redirection from other website, social network, advertising campaign), location (state, city/town), software they use (operating system, search engine, the type of device), behaviour on the website (time of visiting a particular subpage, a number of visited subpages). Google does not use collected data to identify the User and does not link this information in order to enable identification of a particular person. Information on the scope and principles of collecting data with regard to this service is available on the webpage: The User can install Google Analytics Opt-out Browser Add-on available here:

How to manage cookies?
Search engines by default allow storing cookies on end devices. The User can change settings regarding cookies, in particular, so as to block automatic handling of cookies or inform of each case of saving them on the end device. Detailed information on the possibility and manners of handling cookies is available in the search engine settings. Furthermore, the User can at any time delete cookies by using available functions in the search engine they use. Limitations of using cookies can influence some functionalities available on the Website.

Data recipients

We can render the data available to entities authorised thereto under relevant legal regulations (e.g. the Police) and entities providing services to the benefit of the administrator related with the Website’s operation and processing data solely upon our request: to the Mota-Engil Group companies (Mota-Engil Central Europe Business Support Center Sp. z o. o. and Mota-Engil Real Estate Management Sp. z o. o. with their registered offices in Krakow), providers of telecommunications and IT services, suppliers of a recruitment platform, marketing agencies. Furthermore, we use suppliers who specify purposes and manners of using personal data themselves e.g. Facebook and Google. If the supplier’s registered office is located outside of the states of the European Economic Area, data is processed on the grounds of given personal data protection guarantees such, as the obligation to apply standard contractual clauses adopted by the EU Commission or the EU-USA “Privacy Shield” programme.

Links to other companies’ webpages

The Website includes links to webpages of other enterprises and the User should read their privacy policies. Moreover, we use so-called: Facebook and YouTube plugins, which allow redirecting the User to our profiles on these portals. Upon clicking on the plugin the User’s search engine is directly connected with Facebook or YouTube. If the User is at that time logged in any social portal then, the information on visiting our Website shall be sent to their servers, which shall be able to be linked to the User’s account on a given portal. If the User does not want to forward this data, they should log out of the given social portal before clicking on the plugin. More information on this topic can be found here: Facebook, YouTube.

Contact via social portals

You can also contact us via our social profiles on Facebook (e.g. via Facebook Messenger), YouTube, LinkedIn and Instagram. Data obtained with regard to the request sent to us via social portals is used solely for reply purposes. However, social portals collect personal data independently (with regard to users’ profiles developed by them); therefore, the User should read their privacy policies.

Data security on the Website

Data is protected against unauthorised access by technical and organisational security measures. Apart from operational environment protection, we encrypt data with SSL report in order to hinder access thereto by unauthorised persons.

Amendments to the Privacy and Cookies Policy

Any amendments hereto shall be made by publishing a new version on the Website.