Privacy Policy

Privacy Policy for Teaching Jobs

This privacy policy describes the types of personal information we record and how it’s used.

Data Storage

While visiting our site, we might possibly ask you to give us personal information which might be used to contact you. Personal data may include your e-mail address and/or your name. You may, however, also visit our site anonymously.
We may use your individual data to inform you about newsletters, marketing or promotional material .


Cookies are data files which contain specific information, which may also include an anonymous distinct identifier. Cookies are sent to your internet browser by a webpage and stored on the computer hard drive.
Like many websites, HTTP://WWW.TEACHING-JOBS.ORG/ uses cookies to store data about visitors’ preferences, to record user information on which page the visitor visits, and to personalize our page content by visitor browser type and/or other information the visitor sends via the browser. It’s possible to instruct your browser to refuse cookies or to act when a cookie is being sent. But, in case you don’t accept cookies, you possibly will not be able to use some portions of our site.


As many site operators, we use log files. Such files simply log site visitors – a common procedure for hosting companies and part of hosting analytics. The data collected in the log files includes internet protocol address, internet service provider , browser type, date/timestamp, referring/exit pages and possibly the amount of clicks. This information can be used to look for trends, manage the site, track user movement around the site, and collect demographic information.

Child Information

We think it is very important to have extra security for children on the internet. We stimulate moms and dads to be online with their child to observe, participate in and/or check their online activities. TEACHING JOBS does not knowingly collect any individual information from children younger than 13. If parents believe that our website stores the personal information of a child under the age of 13, please let us know immediately and we will use our best efforts to promptly delete such information from our records.


Our Privacy Policy is effective as of: October 22th, 2017. It will remain in effect with respect to any changes in its future provisions, which will be effective after being posted here on this page. Should we revise, amend or refine our privacy policy, the changes will be published here.


If you need more information or have any questions about this Privacy Policy, please feel free to contact us.