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Please read carefully the different terms of use of this site before browsing its pages. By connecting to this site, you accept these terms and conditions without reservation. is under the responsibility of AVÉLIANCE CONSEIL SAS. For all information, please refer to the Contact Us section. Capital of : 10.000€ RCS Aix en Provence. Siret N° 481 880 672 00029 – APE 7022 Z. Head office : 2, Allée des Marines du Jas Neuf 13620 Carry le Rouet – France

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The director of the publication is Véronique LAGREZE / The site is produced by Laurent Jacquot; Photo credit : Daphné Patry –
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Adress : 2 rue Kellermann  BP 80157 59100 Roubaix

CONDITIONS OF USE is an institutional and information website. Use of the site implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below.

LEGAL NOTICE: Use of the website implies full acceptance of the general conditions of use described below. These terms of use may be modified or supplemented at any time, without prior notice, so users of the website are advised to consult them regularly. We reserve the right to modify the content of this website in any way, at any time and for any reason, without prior notice. Avéliance Conseil cannot be held responsible in any way for the consequences of such modifications, omissions, inaccuracies and failures to update, whether these are its fault or that of third-party partners who provide it with this information.

PERSONAL DATA: In the course of using this site, you may be asked to provide us with personal data via the links to job offers on the site. We process this type of data fairly and lawfully and respect your rights. We inform you that you have the right to object to, access, rectify and delete all personal data collected during or as a result of this processing. We do not collect or process such personal data in connection with access to the Site but only in connection with the processing of the associated service. We do not collect any personal data about you without your knowledge or consent. Only personal information provided voluntarily is collected and transmitted via the contact form or the recruitment platform to which we redirect you. We undertake to keep the personal data you provide us in optimal security conditions and in accordance with the law. Avéliance Conseil undertakes not to sell, share or disclose your personal data to third parties outside the company Avéliance Conseil. However, this data may occasionally be transmitted to third parties acting on behalf of or in the name of Avéliance Conseil or in connection with the activity of Avéliance Conseil in the context of the use for which it was originally collected, in particular in the context of recruitment processes. In general, you can visit our site on the Internet without having to declare your identity and provide personal information about yourself.

RIGHT OF ACCESS: You have the right to access and update your personal nominative data if you have transmitted them to us, as well as the right to request their deletion, in accordance with the Law n° 78-17 of 6 January 1978 relating to information technology, files and freedoms. We undertake to ensure that your personal data is up to date, accurate and complete.
If you wish to access or correct your personal data, please contact the Data Protection Officer by e-mail at the following address: ; Your requests will be dealt with as quickly as possible. Requests for deletion of personal data will be subject to the legal and ethical requirements of Avéliance Conseil in the areas of reporting, archiving and document storage.

NON-PERSONAL DATA. The site may collect non-personal data.
This data may be used to analyse site traffic in order to improve the content and adapt it to your needs and tastes. For example, we may obtain information during your browsing that cannot be associated with any individual. This may include the following data: source of connections (access providers), IP address, type and version of browser used, etc.

INTELLECTUAL PROPERTY. This site and its content (texts, images, photos, multimedia elements) are the property of AVÉLIANCE CONSEIL. They are protected by the laws in force on intellectual property (copyright, database rights, etc.).
The names and logos of Avéliance Conseil, the names of the products in its range and the slogans are, unless otherwise specified, the property of Avéliance Conseil.

No element of this site may be copied, distributed, duplicated, downloaded, modified, adapted or exploited, in whole or in part, on any medium whatsoever other than for personal, private and non-commercial use.
Any other use must be authorised by Avéliance Conseil before being implemented. The reproduction or use of the elements contained in the website is prohibited and may be subject to prosecution. The visual illustrations on this site are the property of Daphné Patry, Photographer, the rights of use, reproduction and distribution are strictly reserved.
The reproduction of all or part of this site on any electronic medium whatsoever is strictly forbidden without the express authorisation of the director of Avéliance Conseil.

RESPONSIBILITY. Avéliance Conseil does not guarantee that the operation of the website will be uninterrupted or free of any error. Avéliance Conseil shall in no case be held liable for any direct or indirect damage resulting from the use of the site. The pages of the site may contain links to other sites or make references to other sites. Avéliance Conseil does not guarantee the content of these other sites and cannot be held responsible for any damage resulting from the use of the content of these sites. Links to other sites are provided solely for the convenience of the site user.
Under no circumstances may Avéliance Conseil be held responsible in the event of usurpation of a user’s identity, given that it does not have the technical means to systematically verify the identity of individuals. In the event of suspected fraudulent use of his or her identifiers, the user must immediately inform Avéliance Conseil. In any event, the user is required to respect the conditions of use of the site as well as the usual computer security measures on the Internet.
In particular, the user is informed that certain dangers are inherent in the use of the Internet and in downloading software from the Internet (loss of data, viruses, etc.) for which Avéliance Conseil cannot be held responsible. The user must take into account the potential risks before downloading. The user of the site undertakes to access the site using recent, virus-free equipment with the latest updated browser.

APPLICABLE LAW. The applicable law is French law.

HYPERTEXT LINKS. Any hypertext link to the site must be authorised in advance by Avéliance Conseil

PERSONAL DATA. Avéliance Conseil undertakes to ensure that the collection and processing of data from the website complies with the General Data Protection Regulation (RGPD) and the French Data Protection Act.
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