Privacy Policy

Your privacy is important to Noble People. To the extent required by law, Noble People aims to comply with the 13 Australian Privacy Principles (“APPs”) in the Privacy Act 1988 (Cth) (“Privacy Act”) and applicable privacy laws, including Health Privacy Principles under State legislation (e.g. those contained in the Health Records Act 2001 (Vic) or the privacy provisions contained in Part 2 of the Health Records (Privacy and Access) Act 1997 (ACT)).

This privacy policy explains how we collect personal information and how we maintain, use and disclose that information. It also provides details about your privacy rights.


If you are responding to an advertisement on Seek or LinkedIn, or if you send your resume proactively to Noble People, please be assured that we will only use your personal information to assist you with securing employment.

We may also collect further information via phone calls, video or face to face interviews, and at that time we will provide further details about the opportunity, and the skills and experience we are seeking on behalf of the client.

At any stage of this process and beyond, you are able to access the personal information we hold, and you have the right to update or correct this information. If we however are successful in assisting you find employment, these details are part of the placement history, and the client will have access to these records as part of your employment records that they will have rights to. If you are placed in a contract role via Noble People, as an employer, the information we have gathered will be part of your employment records. Please at any time feel free to ask what records we have.

What information is collected?

Personal information includes information contained in your resume or collected such as employment history, opinions and notes we have formed, your contact details, education and potentially reference details. We may collect psychometric or workplace assessments, confirm your education, and with your permission we may coordinate a Police Check, with that information passed onto clients. This information may be sensitive as it may contain health related information, criminal records or other information that whilst not necessarily relevant to your employability, it may be a requirement of the recruitment process. This sensitive information will not be collected without your permission. We may also request personal information for employment at a contractor or employee of Noble People. This information may include your tax file number, banking details, superannuation details, pre-existing injury details, eligibility to work information (passport or visa), next of kin/friend contact details in case of emergency.

How is personal information collected?

As detailed above, you may provide information via your resume or it may be in the public domain on LinkedIn. We will gain other information by asking you questions or via references. Opinions may be recorded too.

This information is collected to assist in assessing your suitability for referring to a client, or for direct employment as a contractor. Please ask if you want to understand why it is being collected, and the potential challenges of not providing information that is asked to be provided.  

We may seek information from your former employers, colleagues or professional associations and approach referees for information. We may also collect information to confirm your education, work history, psychometric or competency testing results gained via formal testing.

If you would like to know more about what information we have collected please contact Murray Noble via or via 0413 555 892.

What we do with your personal information – how it is used and disclosed, and to who is it disclosed to?

The personal information we collect is used in relation to assessing your suitability for potential employment, assessment of your performance, assessment of the medical, psychometric or competency testing or in the management of a potential investigation that you are involved with. This information may be relayed to potential employers, our suppliers including insurers or advisors, or the other people that we may contact with that is legally allowed to access this information including your referees, Noble People staff, or other employment agencies we have a relationship with.

Your declaration and consent

You have an obligation when submitting your details as you are stating that all the information you have provided is true and accurate and that you have not omitted any information that may affect an employer’s decision to employ you. By submitting your details, you are consenting to these disclosures when you submit your personal information to Noble People regardless of the manner in which you forward this information. This consent allows us to use your information or disclose this information in a reasonable manner with the intent or purpose of helping you gain employment as contemplated by this Privacy Policy.

Whilst unlikely, we may be required to work with and cooperate and disclose your personal information with relevant law enforcement agencies if we believe or are requested in the event that this will prevent any threat to life, safety or the health of any person.

Respect for client’s privacy

Noble People will only work with employers that we believe respect candidate’s privacy and that your information is protected and secure. We also ask that in return you respect that we may pass client information to you that needs to remain strictly confidential.

Data security and quality

As detailed above, Noble People will assume the information we collect from you is accurate at the time of you forwarding your information. If this information needs to be updated, please advise immediately. We will maintain your information in a locked environment for at least two years, with data files secured via password protected cloud technology. If you do not wish Noble People to keep your information past two years, please advise and it will be destroyed. If you wish to access the information we hold about you in order to correct or update what you have provided previously, it is your responsibility to confirm or establish that the information that you have provided prior was not accurate, up to date or complete. Only then will we then take reasonable steps to correct your information.

To access your personal information

You have the right to access the information we have collected however there may be exemptions where this request will be denied. These include but are not limited to information obtained that is relevant to your employment via or with Noble People, information that may be relevant to a current or potential legal incident, vexatious or frivolous requests, unlawful requests, requests that could prejudice our intentions or negotiations that we have with you, or requests that may prejudice the prevention, investigation of and potential prosecution of a criminal offence or improper conduct charge.

Concerns or complaints

If you have a concerns or complaints with the way your personal information is being collected, stored, disclosed or used you may lodge a complaint. To make a complaint please contact Murray Noble via or via 0413 555 892.