Privacy Policy

Personal Information Protection Policy

Our Personal Information Protection policy explains how Davies Park Executive Search hereinafter referred to as “DPES”, collects, uses, discloses, and protects your personal information. DPES respects the privacy and confidentiality of your personal information used in our business processes, and adheres to the standards and expectations of the Personal Information Protection Act (PIPA) and other applicable laws.

This policy also applies to any person(s) providing services on our behalf.


Personal Information is information that may be used to identify you as an individual. This includes: your name, home address, home telephone numbers, age, sex, marital or family status, financial information, educational history, and identification numbers.

As defined under PIPA, Personal Information does not include your business contact information when you are being contacted as a representative of an organization. This information includes: your name, position name or title, business address, business telephone number and business e-mail address.


If you choose to use our services and/or submit your Personal Information to DPES, then you are providing your consent for DPES to retain your Personal Information, and use it in the conduct of our business activities. This includes Executive and Professional Search services. For example, if you submit your resume through our website to apply for a search we are conducting for a client, you are providing your consent for us to use your Personal Information in the context of our Executive and/or Professional Search businesses.

You may withdraw your consent to the use and disclosure of your Personal Information at any time, unless it is necessary for us to use your Personal Information to fulfill our legal obligations. Please contact our Privacy Director if you would like to withdraw your consent.


DPES collects Personal Information for our Executive and Professional Search business lines, and as an employer described below:

Executive and Professional Search:
DPES will collect your Personal Information when you are applying for a search that we are conducting for a client. This information may be acquired from resumes, cover letters, telephone conversations, interviews, security or criminal checks, and/or academic verifications.

Employment with DPES:
DPES may collect your Personal Information if you are applying for employment within our company. If hired, more Personal Information will be required for payroll, compensation and benefits, office security and emergency services.

In all cases noted above, after collecting your Personal Information, it may be used by DPES to communicate with you from time to time for reasons such as ensuring the information that we have about you is correct, to communicate with you about opportunities for employment, to provide you with information about DPES and its services, and/or to communicate with you about other appropriate business matters.


DPES does not sell Personal Information in any circumstance.
DPES may disclose your Personal Information in the normal course of providing our business services in the following ways:

Executive and Professional Search:
DPES may disclose your resume or any Personal Information about you to our clients, for the purpose of providing you with a recruiting opportunity, only with your prior consent. This information will only be used to evaluate your suitability for the role, or potentially other opportunities as well.

Employment with DPES:
When you accept employment with DPES, your Personal Information will be disclosed to: third-party insurers, government authorities (including Canada Customs and Revenue Agency and Alberta Health Care), our provider for employee benefits, our payroll administrator, our banks, consultants who advise our company regarding employee benefits and other compensation information or issues, staff responsible for hiring and/or performance management, and to legal counsel if ever required. Certain Personal Information will be provided to our office building managers in Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver for office security and parking security purposes. Personal Information may also be used for emergency contact information.

In addition, in certain circumstances, DPES may disclose your Personal Information to comply with applicable laws, respond to inquiries or requests from government authorities, or if compelled by legal process.


In the normal course of providing Executive and Professional Search services, DPES utilizes both its own technology and third-party IT providers.

Where DPES utilizes our own technology, your Personal Information is stored in secure databases on locked servers. We use technological safeguards such as data encryption for security of information being transferred back and forth between our Calgary, Edmonton and Vancouver offices, firewall protection and virus protection software, and strong password protection to ensure security, and prevent unauthorized computer access.

Where DPES utilizes third-party IT providers, your Personal Information may be transferred and/or stored on technology not owned by DPES, and that may be located in the Canada, United States or other country. DPES reviews all-third party IT providers for their security practices, privacy policies and general business reputation. Contractual and other means are used to ensure that the level of protection provided is comparable to the high level of security that DPES provides when we utilize our own technology. You should be aware that where your Personal Information is transferred and/or stored on technology outside of Canada, your information may be accessible to law enforcement and national security authorities of those jurisdictions in certain circumstances.

All DPES employees sign a confidentiality agreement and are educated with respect to handling your Personal Information in a confidential manner.

We protect Personal Information in a manner appropriate to the sensitivity of the information. We make every reasonable effort to prevent any loss, misuse, disclosure or modification of Personal Information, as well as any unauthorized access to Personal Information.


DPES retains your Personal Information as described below:

Executive and Professional Search:
We will retain your Personal Information in our confidential database in order to contact you again to discuss future opportunities, unless you specifically request otherwise.

Employment with DPES:
We will retain your Personal Information throughout your employment and for at least seven years after your employment with DPES ends, as required by Canada Customs and Revenue Agency.


We use appropriate security measures, such as professional waste management for the destruction of any hard copy information, to dispose of any Personal Information. If the information is electronic, then the information is permanently deleted from our server.


You may make a request to access your Personal Information by writing to our Privacy Director and providing sufficient information in your request to allow us to identify the information you are seeking. We will respond to your request within 45 calendar days and a reasonable fee to provide information may apply. If we need more time, we will provide an explanation and time-frame. If we refuse your request in whole or in part, we will provide you the reasons for the refusal. For example, we may not be able to provide information about you from our records if it contains references to other persons or cannot be disclosed for legal reasons.

Please inform our Privacy Director if we need to make any changes to your Personal Information so that it is as accurate as possible. When necessary the corrections will be made as soon as reasonably possible and we will notify anyone we may have misinformed.


If you have a question or concern about your Personal Information, or want to request access to your Personal Information, please contact:

Mike Kerr

Davies Park Global Search
403-263-0600 ext 28

A reasonable fee may be charged to cover the administrative costs of addressing your request. We will advise you of any fees that may apply before beginning to process your request. If we are unable to respond to your request for any reason, we will provide you with a written explanation.

Other resources:


Toll-free: 1-800-282-1376

112 Kent Street
Place de Ville
Tower B, 3rd Floor
Ottawa, Ontario
K1A 1H3


Tel: 1-780-422-2657

3rd Floor, Commerce Place
10155 – 102 Street NW
Edmonton, Alberta
Canada T5J 4L4

Davies Park