Privacy Policy


This privacy policy outlines the purposes for which data collected through this website is processed, the different means by which such data is collected, and provides information on other relevant aspects of data processing.

Data Controller

The entity responsible for the processing of personal data provided by the user through this website is propelland S.L.U, a Spanish company with registered office in Madrid (hereinafter referred to as “PROPELLAND” or the “organization”). The organization is committed to processing all personal data it collects in compliance with data protection regulations. The user, in turn, agrees to provide truthful information to PROPELLAND and shall be responsible for any damage that may be caused to the organization or third parties by not providing authentic data.

Means of Collection

The organization may collect personal data through various means for the purposes outlined in the following section. Examples of such means include, but are not limited to, queries received through contact channels provided on the website, such as contact methods offered by the organization such as email, contact forms on the website, or phone; cookies installed on users’ devices; and job offers available in the “Careers” section of the organization’s website.

Purpose and Legal Basis for Data Processing
/ Processing of data when visiting the organization's website

Certain browsing information from users of this website may be collected through the installation of a series of cookies. To learn about the cookies that may be installed on the user’s web browser, their purpose, and how to manage them, please refer to the cookie policy.

/ Processing of data when contacting the organization for information about its services

If a query is sent to the organization, whether to the email addresses provided or through contact forms on the website, the organization will process the data provided by the person making the query in order to respond to it.

/ Processing of data for candidates participating in open selection processes accessible in the careers section of the website

Candidates may apply for job openings posted by the organization on the website’s Careers section. PROPELLAND will process the personal data of candidates who are of interest to the organization in open selection processes, and those who are not of interest will be deleted without processing, unless the data subject’s consent is requested for retention for future selection processes.
To register for an opening, the candidate must fill out a form in which they are asked for strictly necessary data for managing the application, and they will have the option to attach documents such as their CV or portfolio. The information provided will be presumed accurate, and it must be truthful, always guaranteeing its authenticity. Otherwise, the candidate will be responsible for any damage that may be caused to the organization or to third parties by not providing authentic data.

/ Processing of data for candidates sending unsolicited applications to the organization via e-mail.

Candidates who choose to send their resume via email will be directly referred to the website where they can find all open selection processes that the organization may have at that time that best match their professional profile.

Legality of the treatments carried out by the organization

For a processing to be lawful, it must be based on one of the legal bases established in Article 6 of the GDPR. Specifically, the processing mentioned in the previous section carried out by PROPELLAND is based on the following legal bases:

– The processing related to the processing of resumes for selection processes specifically opened by the organization is based on the existence of pre-contractual measures or the execution of a contract.

– The processing related to resolving queries made to the organization by clients in its services is based on the legitimate interest of the organization.

– The processing related to the installation of analytical, advertising, or tracking cookies on the devices of data subjects, or the retention of resumes for future selection processes is based on the consent of the data subject.

Communication of data to third parties

The organization may communicate its data to other companies within the same business group to which it belongs, for the same purposes for which they were collected based on its legitimate interest. In addition, your data may be transferred to suppliers that provide services to the organization, among others, the technology provider that provides the infrastructure for the selection processes and the email provider.
The organization has verified that the providers who access personal data on behalf of PROPELLAND comply with data protection regulations and apply the necessary security measures to safeguard the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data.

Data Retention

The data processed by the organization of the data subjects are kept for as long as the purpose of the treatment for which they were collected lasts, and once said purpose is finished, they are kept, prior to being blocked, for the mandatory legal time until the prescription of actions derived from the data treatment.

Security measures

The user’s personal data is processed by the organization by adopting the necessary technical and organizational measures to prevent the loss, misuse, alteration, unauthorized access, and theft of personal data that is processed and in accordance with the type of data.

Data subjects' rights

The data subject may exercise their rights of access, rectification, erasure, portability, restriction, and opposition to the processing of their data. Likewise, in the case of those treatments based on consent, the data subject may withdraw it at any time without retroactive effect. To exercise their rights, the data subject may send a letter by post to the organization’s address or an email to this address: If the data subject considers that the organization has not properly addressed the exercise of their rights, they may file a complaint with the Spanish Data Protection Agency.