If you place a job ad in our job database, you will reach thousands of international candidates looking for a job in Denmark.
By placing your job ad in our job database, you will be able to attract highly skilled professionals from all over the world and showcase your company and job openings to a highly qualified international audience. Furthermore, it is completely free of charge.
Follow steps below:
- Go to jobag.jobnet.dk. Jobnet supplies Workindenmark’s job database with its job adverts searching for international candidates
- Register your company as a company user by clicking “Log ind med NemID (Log in with NemID)”, if your company does not have an account on Jobnet yet. You need a NemID employee certificate for your company to create an account on Jobnet. NemID is Denmark’s common log-on solution for using self-service functions on the public institutions’ websites, net-banking and many other services.
Get more information on NemID employee certificate here.
- Log on jobag.jobnet.dk with your NemID employee certificate.
- Click “Jobannoncer (Job adverts)” on the pale grey menu bar or click the link “Oprette dine jobannoncer (Post a job advert)” in the text located in the middle of the page.
- Click “Opret ny jobannonce (Post a new job advert)”-button.
- Select “Ja (Yes)” to the first question on the page: Skal jobbet også slås op på workindenmark? (Should this job advert also be posted on workindenmark.dk)
- Fill out all the mandatory fields
- Post your job advert by clicking “Send til godkendelse (Get your job advert approved)”
Your job advert will go through Jobnet.dk’s approval process and be published within 24 hours.
Your local Workindenmark Centre can help you placing a job ad on the website.
Here are a few important things you should be aware of regarding language, when you place your ad in our database:
Job adverts should, in general, be written in English.
- However, sometimes you may consider ending your advert with a summary in another relevant language, if you wish to reach candidates possessing proficiency in a specific language (e.g. Polish).
- Job adverts searching for candidates with proficiency in at least one of the Scandinavian languages can be written in Danish or another Scandinavian language.
- Job adverts searching for candidates with proficiency in German can be written in German.
- Adverts written in Scandinavian or German should be be accompanied by a summary and a job description/headline in English in order to accommodate foreign applicants without the proficiency in Scandinavian languages/German.
- Summaries should contain a job description and information about the working conditions. In an English summary, the job title must also be translated into English.