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Terms & Conditions

Version: Maart 2024


and thank you for taking the time to read our general terms and conditions. is a vacancy platform where candidates and employers with a heart for sustainability find each other. Together we join forces to make the public and private sector future proof and to help more people find a sustainable job.

These terms and conditions are our ground rules. No hidden ‘small print’, but clear and honest agreements. Please read them carefully. You should be able to read these terms and conditions without having to hire a lawyer in order to understand them. If you still have questions, feel free to contact us.

1 - Who we are

We are A B.V. located in Amsterdam, founded in 2021. If you have any questions, remarks or just want to share something, you can contact us in the following ways:

By email:

The old fashioned way (in writing): Van Bossestraat 5H, 1051JR Amsterdam (the Netherlands)

Some important numbers:

Chamber of Commerce: 84083107

Dutch VAT-number: NL001906715B05

2 - Reading guide

In order to keep these terms and conditions clear and organized, Greenjobs.nluses a number of terms:

  • You, Your: the user of the website, which in any case includes the employer and the candidate;
  • In writing: communication via (registered) post or email;
  • Website:;
  • Employer: any company that uses the services of to connect with candidates;
  • Candidate: the person who uses the website to respond to vacancies.

3 - Applicability, what we offer

1. These terms and conditions govern your use of the website and are applicable to every offer made by and every contract between you and

2. Deviating and / or supplementary agreements must be made in writing and only apply to (that part) of the agreement for which the deviating agreement has been made.

3. Your general terms and conditions are hereby expressly rejected by and do not apply to the agreement.

4. cannot be held to its offer if you should have understood that the offer, or any part thereof, contained an obvious mistake or error.

5. If you accept these terms and conditions on behalf of a business, you represent and warrant that you have the authority to bind that business to these terms and conditions.

4 - Account

1. Would you like to post a vacancy via Then you will first need to create an account. Candidates can also create an account, but this is not a requirement (they can also respond to a vacancy without an account). has the right (at its own discretion) to refuse accounts without reason.

2. You are responsible for (the accuracy of) your account information.

3. In order to create an account, you must meet at least the following requirements:

  • You are at least 18 years old;
  • You can be reached by email;
  • You have provided with accurate and complete information;
  • You agree to comply at all times with these terms and conditions and all relevant applicable laws and
  • regulations.

4. Greenjobs .nl does its best to keep the website as safe as possible. Nevertheless, you are solely responsible for all activity on your account. assumes that everything that happens on your account is done by you. Make sure that you maintain the confidentiality of your login details, keep your password safe and secure your connection. Is someone using your account or do you suspect this? Please contact immediately.

5. A candidate may only create an account using its own name. Employers may only create an account using their own company name or the name of the company that the employer is representing. It is explicitly not allowed to create an account under someone’s else’s name or to pretend to be someone else (‘fake profile’).

6. As a candidate, you’re not allowed to let someone else use your account. Transfer of the account is prohibited.

7. It can be useful as an employer to add multiple users to the same account. The employer is fully responsible for everything that happens under its account, and therefore also for the actions of other users of its account. The employer represents and warrants that it will only invite users, if the employer is authorized to do so and if it is allowed to share the data contained in its account with this other user. Unauthorized users (or users that are no longer authorized) should be removed immediately by the employer.

8. You’re not allowed to use your account for any purpose other than its intended purpose.

9. has no obligation to retain any data or materials received or developed by (such as vacancies, job applications, resumes and social media advertisements), nor is required to return such data or materials after deletion of the account. For more information on the removal of personal information, please read privacy and cookie policy.

10. If there is a problem with your account, please let know by sending an email to

11. reserves the right to close accounts without reason and without prior notice. In any case, your account will be closed if:

  • you do not abide by these terms and conditions or the Dutch laws and regulations;
  • you are not (or no longer) authorized to use an account.

12. may, but is not obligated to, provide support in using the account.

13. Please be aware that you are solely responsible for the accuracy of the (contact) information in your account.

5 - Posting a vacancy

1. Please note that an employer must post the vacancy through its own account.

2. The employer is fully responsible for delivering the relevant content (such as the vacancy text, contact details, etc.). The employer should be aware of the fact that may, at its own (creative and technical) discretion, determine or change the content and / or the design of the (posted) vacancies.

3. You understand that does not review the delivered content. As such, the employer is solely responsible for (the content) of the vacancy. In any case, the employer guarantees that:

  • the vacancy is not misleading and refers to a real job opportunity;
  • the vacancy only promotes one single position or project;
  • the vacancy does not contain any (hyper)links to the websites of third parties, unless has given its approval;
  • the vacancy does not contain logos, trademarks or names other than those of the employer’s organization (unless the employer has obtained the permission to do so);
  • the vacancy meets the objectives of with regard to sustainability;
  • the content of the vacancy is accurate and up to date;
  • the content of the vacancy is compliant with all applicable laws and regulations;
  • the vacancy does not contain an email address, unless the employer opted for a paid package;
  • it will immediately remove the vacancy when the position is filled or withdrawn. If the employer fails to do so, may remove the vacancy itself.

4. Please note that may reject or remove any vacancy, for any or no reason. is not liable for any damages in this regard.

5. Please note that the package or subscription you choose influences the ranking / positioning of your vacancy(s) on the website.

6. If the employer purchases a package or subscription that includes a social media campaign, employer should be aware of the following:

  • determines the design and style of the social media post. Employer has no say in this;
  • The social media post will be shared once on the LinkedIn, Twitter, Facebook and Instagram accounts of;
  • The post will only be shared in the feed of the social media accounts of does not guarantee that the post will also appear in stories and so on;
  • The social media post will be shared within 7 working days after the vacancy has been posted;
  • After the social media post has been shared on the social media accounts of, employer can no longer adjust the post free of charge;
  • does not guarantee that the social media post will (for a certain period of time) remain ‘at the top’ of the feed of's social media accounts.

7. The above six points are also valid if vacancies from an employer are submitted via an automatic link / connection from a (work-at) site of an employer.

8. A subscription for unlimited job posting has a duration of three, six, nine or twelve months. The employer cannot cancel the subscription he has chosen within the term of the subscription. At the end of the term, the subscription will be tacitly renewed, always for a period of one month, unless the employer terminates the subscription in writing, with due observance of a notice period of one month.

6 - Company page for employers offers employers an additional opportunity to put their company on the map. With a company page the employer can attract the right talent even better!

  1. The subscription costs for a company page are charged at the beginning of each month. The employer receives an invoice which must be paid within 14 calendar days after the invoice date.
  2.      determines at its own discretion whether the employer meets the requirements for a company page. may refuse to set up a company page, without reason.
  3. The minimum period for the subscription for a company page is six months. It is not possible to terminate the subscription within this minimum period of six months. After expiry of the minimum period, the subscription shall renew automatically for further successive renewal periods of one month each, unless written notice is given by the employer, subject to a one-month notice period.
  4. is entitled to terminate the subscription for a company page at any time, without requiring any notice or notice of default. In such case, shall refund part of the subscription fee, for the period that has not been used, unless the termination is attributable to the employer. will never be liable for any compensation regarding cancellation, dissolution or any other method of termination. Amounts that has already invoiced at the time of dissolution will remain due in full and will become immediately payable upon dissolution.
  5. endeavors to post the company page on its website within 7 days of receiving the completed questionnaire.
  6. Employer is responsible for keeping the information displayed on the employer's company page up-to-date. Employer cannot directly change the information itself on the employer's company page. Employers should contact by sending an email to to adjust the information.
  7. Employer is responsible for the content of the company page and guarantees that the content does not infringe on the (intellectual property) rights of third parties, and that third party links are not harmful. Employer indemnifies for all claims of third parties in this regard.
  8. will list vacancies that are posted on the website of by the employer, on the employer's company page. However, the employer is solely responsible for posting vacancies on
  9. makes no guarantees as to the number of (additional) responses that the employer will receive as a result of a company page, and / or that a suitable candidate can be found through the website.
  10. uses the Google Maps API to display the company location on the employer's company page. Employer agrees to the Google Maps/Google Earth Additional Terms of Service and Google's Privacy Policy.

7 - Code of conduct

1. It’s important for to keep its website a safe place. expects you to treat the website and other users of the website with respect.

2. In any case, you’re not allowed to:

  • upload or transmit spam or unsolicited messages to other users;
  • post content that infringes any intellectual property rights (such as copyrights, trademarks, patents, etc.) of third parties, including rights on a person’s own image (portrait) and personality rights;
  • post content that is unlawful, violent, discriminatory, pornographic, harassing or threatening;
  • give unauthorized access to your account;
  • post content that violates applicable laws and regulations;
  • provide information that is false, inaccurate or misleading;
  • engage in 'hacking' the website, with or without automated means (scrape, crawler, spider, etc.);
  • (de)compile, copy, edit or disassemble the website, software, data or other materials of which the intellectual property rests with, nor are you allowed to (attempt to) retrieve the source code of the website / software;
  • use the website in a way that causes a malfunction or delay (for example by uploading large amounts of data);
  • ● advertise or place (hyper)links for the promotion of your (own) products or services.

3. If you do not comply with the above, may immediately suspend or delete your account without prior notice. You will be liable for any damages resulting from any violation.

8 - Privacy

1. When you use the website processes (personal) data. You can read more about your privacy in’s privacy and cookie policy. Employers represent and warrant that they will not use the data of candidates for purposes other than those for which they have received the data (i.e. to fill the vacancy) and that they will comply with all applicable laws and regulations in this regard. If the data is used in violation of this article, the employer will forfeit to an immediately claimable fine of € 2,000 (two thousand euros) per violation or per candidate.

9 - Prices

1. For the time being, candidates can register for free on the website and can also respond to vacancies free of charge. Employers can use the Freemium package (free of charge): all other packages and subscriptions are subject to a fee. The most recent prices and packages will always be available at Prices for subscriptions will be shared via e-mail.

2. All prices mentioned are in euro and exclusive of VAT.

3. Please note that reserves the right to change its prices at any time and may decide to delete or change some of its services provided for free. Changes in taxes, excise duties and government levies will always be passed on to the employer.

10 - Payment

1. After the employer has purchased a paid package or subscription, the employer will receive an invoice which must be paid within 14 calendar days after the invoice date.

2. The invoice must be paid without suspension, discount or setoff.

3. will invoice the amount due in full, unless agreed otherwise. The employer agrees to electronic invoicing by

4. If the employer fails to pay within the payment term of 14 days, the employer is automatically in default (no further notice of default shall be required). will then be entitled to charge the statutory commercial interest as from the first day after the expiration of the payment period. In addition, all costs incurred by in obtaining payment in and out of court (all extrajudicial and judicial costs), such as costs for bailiffs, debt collection agencies, and so on, will be borne by the employer, with a minimum of EUR 150,. Please note that is under no obligation to prove that these costs have actually been incurred.

5. If the employer fails to pay on time or if the employer fails to provide with the requested content for a vacancy, is entitled to suspend or to halt the performance of its services, but shall nevertheless have the right to charge the employer with the fee payable under the agreement.

6. offers employers an additional opportunity to purchase a subscription to post multiple vacancies online for a certain period. Above points in article 10 are valid and for the the subscriptions to post multiple vacancies, these are terms are added:

  1. The subscription costs are charged at the beginning of each month. The employer receives an invoice which must be paid within 14 calendar days after the invoice date.
  2. A subscription for unlimited job posting has a duration of three, six, nine or twelve months. The employer cannot cancel the subscription he has chosen within the term of the subscription. At the end of the term, the subscription will be automaticly renewed, always for a period of one month, unless the employer terminates the subscription in writing, with due observance of a notice period of one month.
  3. is entitled to terminate the subscription at any time, without requiring any notice or notice of default. In such case, shall refund part of the subscription fee, for the period that has not been used, unless the termination is attributable to the employer. will never be liable for any compensation regarding cancellation, dissolution or any other method of termination. Amounts that has already invoiced at the time of dissolution will remain due in full and will become immediately payable upon dissolution.

    11 - No guarantees, “as is”

    1. cannot guarantee that the website will operate error-free or that it will meet all your expectations. will, of course, make every reasonable effort to resolve any errors or interruptions of the website in a timely manner.

    2. Unfortunately, cannot guarantee that the website is free of malware and cannot prevent unauthorized persons from accessing or attempting to access your data. Using the website is therefore always at your own risk.

    3. cannot give any guarantee regarding the (quality of the) content or the availability of the website. For example, the website may contain spelling or typing errors. does not accept any liability in this regard.

    4. is not a (employment-)mediator, agent, intermediary or secondment agency. makes it possible to post and respond to vacancies, but does not fulfil an active (recruitment and selection) role. cannot guarantee that a vacancy will attract any suitable candidates. can also not guarantee that an employer will contact you (i.e. a candidate).

    5. does not guarantee that the content on the website, such as vacancies, contact details, resumes, cover letters, etc., is correct and up to date. does not verify the identity of candidates / employers and can in no way guarantee that the information sent by the candidate / employer is correct. 6. will not be liable for any loss of data.

    12 - Your license to

    1. Please note that some of the content (such as texts, logos or pictures) that you share or upload on the website, can be protected by intellectual property rights (copyright, trademark, etc.). Make sure that you only post content that is yours (‘you own the intellectual property’) or for which you have obtained the necessary (usage) rights.

    2. What’s yours is yours. You own the intellectual property rights in the content that you share on the website. Although does not own your content, does need your permission to use your content. This means that when you share something on the website (so, for example, by submitting a vacancy or uploading a resume) you grant a worldwide, perpetual, non-exclusive, transferable, sublicensable license to use, copy, reproduce, modify, publish, translate, distribute and publish your content through any media or distribution methods now known or later developed. The permission you give Greenjobs will only be used for the purpose of Greenjobs’ website and social media channels.

    3. You understand that is under no obligation to maintain the confidentiality of such content.

    4. You indemnify against all claims of third parties connected to intellectual property rights on the materials and data provided by you to

    5. may use your (company) name and logo for promotional purposes.

    13 - The license you get from

    1. All (intellectual-)property rights in the website and in all other material and information made available by, are vested in or its licensors.

    2. grants you a non-exclusive, non-transferable and non-sublicensable right to use the website for the purpose and duration of your agreement with

    14 - Termination of our agreement

    1. When the Employer has concluded an agreement for the purchase of a paid package, such as the Premium or Premium Social package, the agreement cannot be canceled or dissolved. If the Employer has concluded an agreement for the purchase of a subscription, the agreement cannot be canceled or dissolved. Refunds are not possible under any circumstances.

    2. If you violate these terms and conditions, may immediately terminate its agreement with you, delete your account or deny you access to the website. is not responsible for any damages resulting from this. Restitution is not possible.

    3. reserves the right to terminate the agreement in whole or in part with immediate effect and without judicial intervention if the employer is granted a suspension of payments, whether or not provisional, if the bankruptcy of the employer is applied for or pronounced, or if the employer's company is wound up or terminated other than for the purpose of reconstruction or amalgamation of companies. will never be obliged to pay any compensation in the event of such termination. Any claim of against the employer will be due immediately upon termination. Restitution is not possible.

    15 - Force Majeure

    1. cannot be held to fulfill its obligations, if it is hindered in doing so as a result of force majeure. In these terms and conditions, the meaning of the term ‘force majeure’ - in addition to what is meant by it in statutory law and case law - includes: illness, strikes, (internet-)failures, network failures, quarantine measures, epidemics, pandemics, government measures and all other external causes - foreseen or unforeseen - that are beyond control and that prevent from meeting its obligations.

    2. If a period of force majeure lasts longer than 2 months, the employer has the right to cancel the agreement. Subsequently, shall be entitled - insofar as relevant - to refund any compensation already paid, or to pay back the compensation in the form of a voucher.

    16 - Questions or complaints

    1. Do you have a question or a complaint about - the use of - the website? Then you can send an email to

    2. Are you an employer and do you have a complaint about’s services? Then you must submit the complaint within 30 days following the end of the agreement. Please note that submitting a complaint (such as a complaint about the invoice) does not suspend your payment obligations.

    3. will respond to a question or complaint within 14 calendar days.

    17 - Limitation of liability

    1. Did not comply with the agreements it made with you? Then you should be aware of the fact that the liability of is limited in the way it is stated in this article.

    2. To the extent permitted by law and in so far as this article does not provide otherwise,’s liability as a result of an attributable shortcoming or unlawful act is excluded at all times.

    3. In any case, will never be liable for indirect damages, including but not limited to: reputational damage, loss of profit, damage due to business stagnation and missed savings.

    4. The liability of is at all times limited to the amount paid out by the insurer in the specific case, including its deductible under that insurance. If no payout takes place,’s liability shall be limited to the invoice value of the part that is liable for, with a maximum of EUR 500,-.

    5. Was the damage caused because intentionally caused it or because Greenjobs was grossly negligent? Then Greenjobs is liable for the damage.

    6. Any claim against expires within 12 months after the agreement has come to an end.

    18 - Applicable law, jurisdiction

    1. These terms and conditions and all agreements between you and are exclusively governed by Dutch law.

    2. Disputes will be settled by the court of Amsterdam.

    19 - General provisions

    1. reserves the right to amend and / or supplement these terms and conditions, at any time. The amended version of the terms and conditions will be posted on and will notify you accordingly. If you do not wish to accept a change or addition, you should notify within 14 days after has informed you about the updated terms and conditions. If you fail to do so, or if you continue to access or use the website, you agree to be bound by the updated terms and conditions.

    2. reserves the right to transfer its rights and duties to a third party. If you want to transfer any of your rights and duties, you need’s written permission to do so (this provision also applies in the event of a takeover of the employer’s business activities).

    3. If a provision of these terms and conditions is unlawful, invalid, or unenforceable for any other reason, this provision will be separated from the terms and conditions. The other provisions will remain in full force.

    4. is entitled to engage third parties to perform (part of) the agreement and is explicitly not responsible for the acts or omissions of these third parties. Sections 7:404, 7:407 paragraph 2 and 6:76 of the Dutch Civil Code are hereby excluded to the extent permitted by law.

    5. Although may connect a candidate with an external career coach (via its website), it is important to note that is not a party to this agreement.

    6. These terms and conditions have been drawn up in Dutch and English. In the event of a difference or discrepancy between the Dutch text and the English text of these terms and conditions or in case of a difference in the interpretation thereof, the terms and conditions drawn up in the Dutch language shall prevail.

    Privacy and cookie policy respects your privacy and will do its best to ensure that your personal data is processed in a lawful and transparent manner. We act in conformity with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR), which means that we:

    • Clearly explain to you what personal data we process.
    • Only collect personal data that is needed for our legitimate purposes.
    • Limit our collection of personal data.
    • Take reasonable measures to ensure that your data is correct.
    • Observe (statutory) storage and deletion periods.
    • Take appropriate security measures to protect your personal data.
    • Respect your rights.

    This privacy and cookie policy describes what personal data we process of website visitors, candidates and employers.

    You are under no statutory or contractual obligation to provide your personal data to us. We limit the processing of personal data to an absolute minimum. However, we may not be able to process your order or deliver our services when you won’t provide us with your personal data.

    About is the main responsible for the processing of your personal data. is located at the Van Bossestraat 5H in Amsterdam. We are registered in the trade register of the Chamber of Commerce under number 84083107.

    If you have any questions about this privacy and cookie policy or the way we handle your personal data, you can contact us:

    By email:

    The old fashioned way (in writing): Van Bossestraat 5H, 1051JR, Amsterdam

    What personal data do we collect and why?

    Candidates who create an account or apply to a vacancy

      We may collect the following information from candidates who create an account or apply to a vacancy:

      • Name and address
      • Date and place of birth
      • Gender and age
      • Email address
      • Telephone number
      • Password
      • Job title and position
      • Current job
      • A short description about yourself
      • Cover letter
      • Whether you want to move for your ideal job
      • Desired salary
      • Resume and any information included herein
      • Education
      • Profile picture
      • Availability

      To create an account as a candidate, you have to fill in your name and email address. It is then entirely up to you which data you include in your account. We save your email address and password so that you can log in more easily next time. You can also log in to your account using LinkedIn. LinkedIn will authenticate you and share your name, email address and profile picture with You have the option to disable the connection between and LinkedIn at any time. It's good to know that LinkedIn could set cookies on your device when you log in with your LinkedIn profile. Please read the privacy policy and cookie table of LinkedIn carefully if you use LinkedIn to log in to your account.

      Did you find an amazing vacancy on and you want to apply? We will probably ask you to upload or fill in your name, email address, telephone number, gender, cover letter and resume. We store this information. In some cases you will be redirected to the employer's website in order to apply to the vacancy. If this is the case, we will not store any additional data that you supply.

      We process your data so that you can create an account (and we can verify it), respond to vacancies, to help you with any questions or requests you may have and in general to be able to contact you if this would be relevant for the performance of our services. As a registered user you may opt to receive job alerts by email. We will process your data in order to send job alerts by email.

      Please note that we will forward your details to the relevant employer when you apply to a vacancy. If you want to request the employer to delete or modify your application, you must make such a request directly to the employer.

      We sometimes receive messages on our social media channels. We will process your data in order to respond to your message. We will of course remove this information once your question or request has been dealt with.

      Employers who create an account

        We may collect the following information from Employers who create an account:

        • Name and address
        • Email address
        • Telephone number
        • Profile picture
        • Job position
        • Password
        • Details of the company you work for / represent
        • Billing information
        • Our correspondence

        To create an account as an employer you will need to fill in your name, company name, email address and telephone number. It is then entirely up to you which information you include in your account. If you want to purchase one of our paid packages, we will process your email address to contact you about your request. To be able to process your order, we use the email address and billing address you have provided us with.

        In most cases we process the personal data of employers because this is necessary for executing a contract. We need some information in order to enter into an agreement with you and to be able to execute it. We also use your information to maintain our business relationship, for example to inform you about (changes in) our services, to send an invoice, to respond to a request, question or complaint, or to contact you with an offer. We will send you an email when your vacancy is about to expire. Lastly, we process data in order to comply with our legal obligations (such as the legal retention of administrative data).

        Website visitors, other

          We may collect the following information from website visitors:

          • E-mail address
          • Name
          • General visitor data when you browse on our website (the IP Address, for example)
          • Information you share when you contact us
          • Your recommendation (with or without a picture)


          You can sign up to receive our newsletter. We will use your email address and name to send you our newsletter. We ask your consent for this. We will only send you our newsletter if you have given us permission to add your name and email address to our list of subscribers. We have added an unsubscribe link at the very end of every newsletter. When the description is ended, we will store your information in a list so that we don’t accidentally send you more emails. We use Brevo for sending our newsletter. Read here how Brevo handles your data.


          We like to show recommendations on this website of satisfied users of We may ask to post your recommendation (with your name and picture) on our website. We will show your review on our website until we decide to remove it from the website. We will also delete your recommendation upon your request.

          A user-friendly website, analyzing the website

          When you visit this website, cookies are set by us or a third party. We use cookies to make our website more user-friendly. Cookies also help us to understand how our website is being used. We could have a legitimate interest in analyzing and improving the website, but we also process the information we obtain through cookies, based on your consent or the execution of a contract. Please read the section “Cookies” of this privacy and cookie policy where we explain which cookies we use, why we do this and when they expire. We collect general visitor data, such as the type of device you use, the browser and the way you use our website. We use a couple of cookies that process personal data, such as your IP Address.


          If you contact us we will process the data we have received from you, so we can respond to your message. Your personal data will be deleted if your question, request, complaint, etc. has been taken care of.

          Social media buttons and third party websites

          We have added social media buttons from Facebook, Instagram and LinkedIn a to this website. If you click on one of these buttons, cookies can be placed on your device. This privacy and cookie policy does not apply to third party websites and links. We encourage you to read the privacy statements of these third parties. We cannot guarantee that these third parties will handle your data in a secure manner. You can read how these social media platforms handle your privacy in their privacy statements:

          How we collect your personal data

          We collect your data in a variety of ways. In most cases we will collect personal data directly, for example when you have created a account, applied to a vacancy or filled in a form on the website. We may collect personal data when you visit our website (general visitor data). From time to time, we may collect generally known data from publicly available sources if we have a legitimate interest, such as a commercial purpose (to be able to contact you on LinkedIn, for example).

          Storage period of your personal data

          Your personal data will be deleted or made anonymous when the data is no longer needed for the processing purposes as mentioned in this privacy and cookie policy, unless there’s a statutory obligation that requires longer storage and taking into account any limitation periods. We will send you an email once a year asking whether you want to be removed from our databases, whether you want to change your data, or whether you want to remain in the databases. You can delete your account at any time. After you have deleted your account, the stored data will be anonymized. Backups are created on a daily basis; the stored data is kept for another six months.

          We make sure that all unnecessary information is removed from the (internal) computer systems.

          Sharing personal data with third parties

          We do not sell data to third parties, but we may share data. For example, we may transfer data to third parties if this would be necessary for the executing of our contract, to our processors, if we are obliged to do so, for example by a court order or court ruling, if we have a legitimate interest in doing so or if you have given your express consent.

          We may share your personal data with the following parties, including our processors:

          • Web hosting
          • IT- suppliers and service providers (such as suppliers of SaaS recruitment software)
          • Brevo
          • Google Analytics
          • Cookie suppliers
          • Accountant
          • Mailservers
          • Phone service providers
          • Employers, if you apply to a vacancy

 has signed (data processing) agreements with (sub) processors. Any agreement stipulates that your data will only be used for the intended purpose or the intended contract and that your data will be destroyed by the (sub) processor after the agreement has ended. Your personal data may be transferred or stored outside the EU. We only do this if there is an adequate level of protection for the processing of your personal data. A model contract with additional safeguards, for example, such as this model contract approved by the European Commission. If possible, we use (sub) processors located within the EEA.

          Security measures

 has implemented a variety of technical and organisational security measures to prevent unauthorised access of your personal data. However, we cannot guarantee that the way you provide your information online is secure due to the specific characteristics of the internet. We regularly evaluate and update our security measures.

          We have taken the following measures to protect the safety of your data:

          • Physical security measures
          • Access to personal data is protected with a username and password
          • Anti-virus software and regular software updates
          • Regular backups
          • Secure connections (Transport Layer Security, before SSL)
          • Local data storage

          Your rights

          Under the General Data Protection Regulation, you have a number of important rights that you can exercise:

          • The right to data portability. This right gives you a higher degree of control over your own personal data. You have the right to receive your personal data in a structured, commonly used, machine-readable and interoperable format so that it can be transmitted to a different party, if this is possible. You can download the data in your account.
          • The right of access to your personal data. This enables you to receive a copy of the personal data we hold about you and to verify if we process your personal data in a lawful manner.
          • The right of rectification and erasure of your personal data. You can request us to rectify your (incorrect) personal data or have it removed. You can delete or change your personal data in your account.
          • The right to restrict the processing of your personal data. In some cases you have the right to limit the processing of your personal data.
          • The right to object against the processing of your personal data. You can request that we no longer use your personal data. If you object to the use of your personal data for commercial purposes, we will always respect this.
          • The right to withdraw consent at any time. When you have given your permission to process your personal data, you can withdraw your consent whenever you want. However, we would like to point out that withdrawing your consent is not retroactive.

          To appeal your rights, please contact us through email (, or in writing. If you have created an account as a candidate or employer, you can easily access and / or delete your data via "User privacy". You can also download your data here. Finally, you can adjust your data in your account.


          We use cookies on our website. A cookie is a small piece of data that a website asks your browser to store on your computer or mobile device. The cookie allows the website to "remember" your actions or preferences over time. Some cookies will be deleted after you close your browser (session cookies) while other cookies remain on your computer or mobile device for the time-period that is set in the cookie (persistent cookies). Some cookies will be placed by us, while others are placed by third-parties. We don’t have full control over the cookies these third-parties set, so we advise you to read their privacy and cookie statements. In some cases, the use of cookies is by law considered equally to the processing of personal data.

          Cookies have a variety of functions. By using cookies, we make sure that this site functions properly so that you get a good user experience. It also tells us how our website is being used and what we can do to improve our website.

          The cookies that our website uses are:

          Functional cookies.

          This website uses strictly necessary cookies that are essential for the operation of this website

          Analytical cookies.

          Google Analytics. Google Analytics is a web analytics service offered by Google. The analytical cookies are set in a “privacy-friendly” manner. We use Google Analytics to keep track of the number of website visitors and create reports. This means that we process personal data, but the use of cookies has little impact on your privacy. We have signed a data processing agreement with Google, masked the last octet of the IP Address, turned off ‘data sharing’ and we do not use other Google services in combination with the Google Analytics cookies.

          Google Signals We utilize Google Signals, a feature within Google Analytics, to gain insights into user behavior across different devices and platforms. This tool collects data from users logged into their Google accounts when they visit our site through various devices. The collected data is anonymous and aggregated. This helps us enhance our services and understand trends. 

          We have a legitimate interest in using these analytical cookies. The cookies are stored for a maximum of 14 months. If you want to know more about this, you can read the privacy policy of Google Analytics. Would you rather not have Google Analytics use your data? Click here to opt-out.

          YouTube and Google Maps. On this website you can watch YouTube clips. We also use Google Maps, which can set cookies. Google can place the following (advertising) cookies:

          • PREF: registers a unique ID that is used by Google to keep statistics of how the visitor uses YouTube videos across different websites. It expires in 14 months.
          • VISITOR_INFO1_LIVE: tries to estimate the users' bandwidth on pages with integrated YouTube videos. It expires in 179 days.
          • YSC: registers a unique ID to keep statistics of what videos from YouTube the user has seen. It expires at the end of the session.
          • remote_sid: keeps track of user sessions.
          • NID: registers a unique ID that identifies a returning user's device. The ID is used for targeted ads. It expires in 6 months.

          For more information, check out this page.

          Disabling cookies

          Most browsers support cookies, but you can set your browser to decline them and you can delete them whenever you like. Usually this can be done through your browser’s ‘preferences’. The ‘help’ section of your browser can guide you to the right place where you can disable the cookies. You may not be able to use all features of this website and your experience could be limited, if you choose to disable cookies.

          If you still have questions or comments about our use of cookies, please contact us at

          Chatbot Data Collection and Use

          Our website utilizes a chatbot by Pipedrive to answer your questions and improve your overall experience. This chatbot may collect certain information during your interaction, including:

          • Text you input during conversations: This helps us understand your requests and improve the chatbot's responses over time.

          • Anonymized usage data: We may collect general, non-identifiable data about your interactions with the chatbot, such as frequently asked questions or topics discussed. This helps us improve the chatbot's functionalities.

          We will never collect any personal information (such as name, email address, phone number) through the chatbot unless you explicitly provide it. If you choose to provide any personal information during a chat, it will only be used to address your specific inquiry and will not be shared with any third party without your consent.

          Data Retention and User Control

          Chat conversations are stored for a limited period to improve the chatbot's performance. You have the right to request that your conversation history be deleted. Please contact us at info@greenjobs.nll with your request.


          We take data security seriously and implement appropriate technical and organizational measures to protect the information collected through the chatbot.

          File a complaint

          If you have any complaints or questions about this privacy and cookie policy or the way we process your data, you can contact us by sending an email to You can also file a complaint against regarding the processing of your personal data with the Dutch Data Protection Authority (click here).

          Changes to this privacy and cookie policy

          This privacy and cookie policy was last updated on September 26, 2023. We reserve the right to change or modify our privacy and cookie policy at any time.

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