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Privacy Notice
Next Level Jobs

Thank you for visiting the Next Level Jobs (NLJ) website and reviewing our Privacy Notice. In accordance with the Indiana Fair Information Practice Act, NLJ only collects the minimum amount of information necessary to serve our customers. NLJ will collect no personal information about you when you visit its Web portal unless you voluntarily choose to provide that information by entering information in an online form and submitting the NLJ application.


NLJ uses Google Analytics and other third-party analytics applications, including Zendesk and Funnelback, to automatically collect the following analytics when you browse our site:

  • Your Internet Protocol (IP) address and domain name.
  • The type of browser, device, and operating system used to access the NLJ web portal.
  • The date and time you access the NLJ web portal and the length of your visit.
  • The pages you visit, including the files you download, and links you click on.
  • The address of the referring website if you were referred to NLJ from another web site.
  • Aggregated data related to your demographics and interests.

NLJ does not associate this data with individual user identities.


When you visit our website, we may collect information from you automatically through cookies or similar technology in order to improve your experience on our website.

Cookies are small, often encrypted text files captured by your device’s browser upon loading a particular website. Every time you go back to the same website, the browser retrieves and sends this file to the website’s server.

Sensitive personal information is not stored within cookies. You can adjust the settings in your browser to disable cookies.


In addition to the IP address/browser information collected from visitors to the site, personal information is collected and stored only when users provide it voluntarily by completing and submitting a NLJ form.

NLJ and its related state agencies may ask you to voluntarily provide personal information under the following circumstances:

  • NLJ and the various state agencies it serves may ask for your e-mail address in order to process various applications available through NLJ.
  • As NLJ grows, it may offer services such as a business or consumer portals or customization features and will likely ask for your e-mail and other information.

All of these activities are purely voluntary. You will always have the option of whether to provide this information. Please understand, however, that in order to submit the NLJ application, you will be required to provide some personal information.

If you choose to provide NLJ or a state agency employee with your personal information, the requestor will use that information to respond to your message. NLJ and state government employees treat e-mails the same way they treat letters.

  • We only share the information you give us with another government agency if your inquiry relates to that agency, or as otherwise required by law.
  • Registered users can edit or delete their account information by e-mailing, phoning, or faxing their local WorkOne office. Please understand that, although we can delete your account online, state records retention laws may require us to maintain information about your account for a period of years.
  • NLJ does not collect information for commercial marketing. It will not sell or rent your personally identifiable information to anyone.


NLJ will only send personally identifiable information about you to other companies, agencies, or people when:

  • We need to share your information with the training provider to provide the service you have requested. This includes your first and last name, email address, and phone number. (Unless we tell you differently, the service providers do not have any right to use the personally identifiable information we provide to them beyond what is necessary to assist us).
  • We are required to do so by law, subpoena, court order or legal process.
  • We find that your actions on state Web sites violate the NLJ Terms of Use Agreement or any of our usage guidelines for specific services.
  • The use of personal information available on NLJ is regulated in accordance with Indiana Code (IC) 5-14-3-3(f), which, in part, provides that “names and addresses may not be disclosed by [the state] to commercial entities for commercial purposes and may not be used by commercial entities for commercial purposes.”


  • NLJ is not directed to children under 13 and does not knowingly collect personal information from children.
  • The Web portal specifically asks children to get their parents’ permission before providing any information online and hopes parents will always be involved in those decisions.
  • In the event children unknowingly provide information through the NLJ Web portal, it is only used to enable us to respond to the writer and not to create profiles of children.


  • The state of Indiana is required to maintain many documents under the Indiana Access to Public Records Act for archival and historical purposes; however, it does not collect personal information for any purpose other than to respond to you or for other purposes required by law.
  • When you provide personally identifiable information to state agencies through NLJ to receive requested specialized services, such information is handled as it would be on an in-person visit to a government office, and subject to the laws, regulations, practices, and procedures of the respective agency.
  • Some governmental agencies may already have, or may acquire, personally identifiable information through the normal functions of government. Indiana law governs the use of this information under the Indiana Public Records Act. If state or federal law treats information as public domain, a state agency may choose to make the record available through NLJ, in much the same manner as the agency would make a record available to a member of the public who visits the agency in person.


  • NLJ is committed to ensuring the integrity of the information and systems it maintains. As such, NLJ has instituted security measures for all information systems under our control so that information will not be lost, misused, or altered.
  • For site security purposes and to ensure that our Internet services remain available to all users, NLJ uses software programs to monitor traffic to identify unauthorized attempts to upload or change information or otherwise cause damage. In the event of authorized law enforcement investigations and pursuant to any required legal process, information from these sources may be used to help identify an individual.


The NLJ Web portal contains links to many state agencies and other public-sector resources. In a few cases, we link to private organizations (such as MapQuest and Yahoo!), with their permission. Once you link to another site, you are subject to the privacy policy of the new site.


NLJ may revise this policy from time to time. If we make any substantial changes, we will notify you by posting a prominent announcement on our pages. This is a statement of policy and should not be interpreted as a contract of any kind.