Privacy & Cookies

Starfyn Limited Privacy & Cookie Notice

Starfyn Limited (“We”) are committed to protecting and respecting your privacy. This notice sets out the basis on which we will be processing any personal data we collect from you, or that you provide to us.

Starfyn Limited are a recruitment agency and on this website you can:

-          Register to work in schools or an Education setting as a teacher and/ or support worker on a supply contract or permanent basis.

-          Register to work in a Sales & Marketing, Retail, Estate Agency Inc New Homes, or Recruitment sectors.

-          Search for roles in any of the above sectors incl. Education.

-          Find out more about how we can help you find the right staff.

-          Access your account and update your CV

-          Be notified of any new roles

We are committed to protecting your privacy, and any information that we have asked you to provide will only be used in accordance with this statement.

From time-to-time Starfyn Limited may change this policy by updating this page – it is effective from February 2021 - We recommend you check this page for any updates that may occur.


What do we collect?

Upon registration with Starfyn Limited we will collect the following information.

1.       Name

2.       Contact Information (Incl. email address)

3.       Post Code

4.       A copy of your CV


What do we do with this information?

This information is used by us to assess your suitability for work within your chosen sector(s)

-          Telephone/Video Vetting

-          Clearance for work within schools and Education settings

-          Internal record keeping

-          External Auditing

You will automatically be included on our mailing list, which will include promotional emails about new, special offers, services and from time-to-time market research purposes – This may happen by email or phone.


When are you have been fully registered or have an existing account reopened and activated. You will have full access to your information via password protected and secure log-in area.

To ensure this information has been kept secure and to prevent any unauthorised access or disclosure, we have physical, electronic, and managerial procedures to keep the information we collect online and store in our database safe and secure.

How we use, and what are cookies?

A cookie is a small file that helps us improve our website and lets us monitor which pages you visit. It only gives us the data you provide and in no way gives us access to your computer or additional information.

Once you reach our site it will ask you to accept cookies, some browsers automatically accept, and you will need to modify your web browser settings to decline cookies. This may mean you cannot access all of our website.

Links to other websites

We may add links to websites of our partners or sites of interest on our site. We do not have any control over these sites and once you have left our site we cannot be responsible for the protection and privacy of any information you may provide whilst visiting those sites. You should be aware that this privacy statement does not relate to any of those such sites and you should see the applicable statements for details.

How can you control your personal information?

When your information is stored by us, we will not allow any 3rd Party access to via selling, distributing, or leasing unless we are required by law to do so.

Under the current data protection legislations, we may be asked by our data subject for access to information that we hold about them.

You can change your mind at any time by emailing us at if you would like to opt out of direct marketing.

You also have the right too:

-          Object to the processing of personal date that is likely to or is causing damage or distress.

-          Prevent processing for the purposes of direct marketing

-          Decision being taken by automated means can be objected too

-          In some cases, you can have inaccurate personal data changed, blocked, or deleted

-          You are also eligible to claim compensation for damages caused by a breach of the data protection regulations.




To exercise any of the above rights please contact our Data Protection Office James Biss at