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Cookies are small text files that contain data.

Websites you visit place cookies on your computer, mobile, tablet or other devices you use to access the internet.

We use cookies when you visit our careers site:
  • to keep our careers site secure and any details you enter into it
  • to make our site as easy as possible for you to use
  • to help us understand how visitors use our site
  • to remember your preferences.

We may change our cookies from time to time and will update our cookies list when we do this.

Why should I keep cookies switched on?

Our careers site will work better for you

Some parts of our site only work properly if cookies are enabled. For example, if you’ve disabled cookies, you won’t be able to sign up to receive job alerts or apply for a job with us.

It helps us to improve our site

Cookies help us record which parts of our site you visit. By collecting information like this, we can continue to improve our website.

They’re tiny, harmless files

Our cookies are very small and safe. The information they store and send is scrambled so you can’t be identified from it.

Check or change your cookie settings: How can I change my cookie settings?

What happens if I block cookies?

You won’t be able to use many of the services we offer. For example, you won’t be able to sign up to receive job alerts or apply for a job with us.

If you want to block cookies from this site, you'll need to change the cookie settings in your browser. To find out how to do this, check in your browser's help section.

If your browser is set to  ‘Do not track’, we’ll still ask you to accept cookies to use our careers site but we won’t track your browsing habits.

What are the different types of cookies?

Session cookies

These are automatically deleted when you leave the website or close your browser.

Persistent cookies

These either stay on your computer until you choose to remove them, or until they expire on a pre-set date.

First party cookies

These are created by and placed on your computer by the owner of the website. They’re usually essential for the website to function properly.

Third party cookies

These are placed on your computer by the owner of the website but they’re managed by another company, for example: Google or YouTube. This type of cookie is often used to help monitor visitors. For example: which pages people visit, for how long, which country they’re from, which search terms they used to find the page, and so on.

Categories of cookies

There are 3 categories of cookies:
  1. Strictly necessary cookies - these are essential if you want to move around our careers site and use its features.
  2. Performance (analytics) cookies - these are third party cookies which are used to collect anonymous information about which pages you visited.
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What cookies does this website use?

How can I change my cookie settings?

To change your cookie settings you’ll need to do this in your internet browser. Each browser is different and you can find out how to do this in your browser’s help section. For further guidance on how to do this within the most commonly used internet browsers visit www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

Where can I get more information or help?

All about cookies

You can read more at this independent website: www.allaboutcookies.org/manage-cookies/

How the advertising industry uses cookies

If you’re interested in how cookies work and your rights online, have a look at this guide. It explains ‘behavioural advertising’ – how brands use information about your internet browsing to deliver adverts more relevant for you. This website also explains your rights and how to adjust your online privacy setting: www.youronlinechoices.eu

UK best practice

To help businesses, the International Chamber of Commerce for the UK created a cookie guide. The guide defines categories of cookies, along with example of notices to help website users understand them. The guide gives clear explanations of what cookies do and why web site operators and other organisations use them: www.international-chamber.co.uk/our-expertise/digitaleconomy

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