Terms of use and privacy policy

  1. ukrainejobs.at aims at bringing Ukrainian refugees and Austrian employers together. This platform is free of charge for both refugees and employers and has the purpose to help jobseekers on their demand and support the integration into the Austrian labour market.
  2. ukrainejobs.at is a cooperation between karriere.at GmbH, jobs.at Recruiting GmbH, hokify GmbH and eRecruiter GmbH. For the purpose of this website, solely karriere.at GmbH will be contract party.
  3. These Terms of Use and Privacy Policy (hereinafter “Terms”) shall apply to the entire use of the website and relationship between karriere.at GmbH (hereinafter "karriere.at") and the Ukrainian refugee (hereinafter "User") and regulate the mutual rights and obligations of the contractual partners. These Terms may be subject to amendments and shall become legally valid after the expiry of two months once the User was informed accordingly.
    1. Employers who want to hire Ukrainian refugees as employees can publish a job advertisement with the respective job title, place of work, job type, job field and further information. At the end of each job advertisement, the User will find the possibilities to or to for future use.
    2. For safety reasons, the User can report each job advertisement in case it violates the purpose of the website. If the User learns from a violation during the application process, please report to support@ukrainejobs.at.
    3. Once the User clicks , karriere.at enables the User to use a simplified application process. Therefore, no registration is needed. The User needs to fill in first name, last name, salutation, e-mail-address and a short application text. On its own discretion, the User can upload its CV and leave a phone number.
    4. karriere.at strongly advises the User to refrain from transmitting sensitive data in its CV or application text. Such sensitive data are personal data revealing political opinions, religious or philosophical beliefs, trade union membership, the processing of genetic data, biometric data for the purpose of uniquely identifying a natural person, data concerning health or data concerning a natural person's sex life or sexual orientation.
    5. The application will be forwarded to the prospective employer by e-mail.
    1. The User must be Ukrainian citizen or a third-country citizen who had a protection status in Ukraine before February 24th, 2022 and be protected by the EU Mass Influx Directive from March 4th, 2022 and thereof by the Austrian Regulation of the Federal Government on a Temporary Right of Residence for Displaced Persons from Ukraine from March 12th, 2022 (“Verordnung der Bundesregierung über ein vorübergehendes Aufenthaltsrecht für aus der Ukraine Vertriebene”).
    2. The User – potentially with the help of its prospective employer – is solely responsible to receive a residence card and get an employment permit. Any liability thereof for karriere.at is excluded.
    3. The User agrees that for this Website and all related measures the language is English.
    1. At any time, but especially in the following cases, karriere.at has the right to remove the Users application and/or to block the User for a definite or indefinite period of time:
      • in the case of suspected or false information during application;
      • in the event of suspected or recognised misuse of the website;
      • in the event of damage to or impairment of the functionality of the website;
      • in the event of serious infringements against relevant company interests; or
      • in the event of other serious violations of these Terms.
    2. Further, in case of severe misuse of this website karriere.at is allowed to forward the data of the User to Austrian authorities, and to warn other prospective employers.
    3. karriere.at reserves the right to take the website offline. The User has no claims due to such an act.
    4. Already sent applications are not affected by this procedure as they are already available for the prospective employer.
    1. karriere.at guarantees that the job advertisements are prepared and published in accordance with the usual, current technical standard. The User acknowledges that even with all due compliance, it is not possible to create a completely error-free program.
    2. The services of karriere.at can be used on current end devices, browsers and operating systems. However, karriere.at does not undertake to support specific versions, devices or software.
    3. karriere.at is neither liable for stored files nor for trademark or copyright infringements by the User. Furthermore, karriere.at is not liable for claims or disadvantages of the applicant in connection with the data provided in the CV.
    4. karriere.at is only liable in case of intent or gross negligence. Excluded from this is liability for personal injury.
    5. Maintenance work, updates or similar work will be carried out by karriere.at, if possible, in such a way that downtimes do not occur or are kept as short as possible. As far as possible, these works will be announced on the website. In the event of interruptions, no claims can be made against karriere.at unless the interruptions were caused intentionally or by gross negligence on the part of karriere.at.
    1. For the use of these Terms, ‘personal data’ means any information relating to an identified or identifiable natural person.
      The basis for the processing of data is our license for employment services and for services in automatic data processing and information technology. karriere.at only collects, uses and discloses personal data if this is permitted by law, is necessary for the purpose due to the contractual use or if consent to data processing has been given.
      The purpose of computer-assisted data processing is to provide contact and CV data between potential employers and the User.
    4. The period for which the personal data of the User will be stored by karriere.at is 7 months. Once the application is sent, karriere.at has no possibilities to make application inaccessible to the potential employer. Upon the Users’ request, karriere.at can apply for the right of erasure on the Users’ behalf.
      • User: First name, last name, salutation, e-mail-address, application text, CV attachment (though not the content of the CV), phone number, job application
      • Website User: no personal data available.
      The following rights are available to the User according to the GDPR:
      • Right of access by the data subject (“Recht auf Auskunft”)
      • Right to rectification (“Recht auf Berichtigung”)
      • Right to erasure (“Recht auf Löschung“)
      • Right to restriction of processing (“Recht auf Einschränkung der Verarbeitung“)
      • Right to data portability („Recht auf Datenübertragbarkeit“)
      • Right to object („Widerspruchsrecht“).
    7. The User shall contact support@ukrainejobs.at if it wants to claim one of the above mentioned rights. It shall use its e-mail-address which it used for its application so there is proof of identification.
    8. karriere.at will respond to the request within one month at the latest and, in the event of a rejection, give reasons for the rejection.
      If the User has reasons to believe that processing of its personal data by karriere.at infringes its rights or violates the GDPR, it can file a complaint with the Austrian Data Protection Authority (“Österreichische Datenschutzbehörde”), Barichgasse 40-42, 1030 Wien, phone +43 1 521 52-25 69, e‑mail dsb@dsb.gv.at.
      karriere.at will forward the personal data solely to the prospective employers, once the User clicked “send application”. karriere.at might transfer the data to authorities or courts, tax advisors, banks, chamber of commerce if legally requested. Further karriere.at uses IT service providers and website hosting companies it might provide data. A lawful transfer of personal data will be issued exclusively on the basis of the GDPR.
    11. Personal data will not be transferred to recipients in third countries and is stored within the European Union.
    1. The entire relationship between karriere.at and the User shall be governed by Austrian law to the exclusion of any conflict of laws rules.
    2. The place of jurisdiction is 4020 Linz, unless mandatory law requires otherwise.