Fronteers — vakvereniging voor front-end developers

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Our conditions

These conditions are a translation of our Dutch conditions, and provided solely as a courtesy. If any significant differences exist between the two versions, the Dutch conditions are leading.

  • The vacancy that is going to be posted concerns a position in (front-end) web development.
  • We accept vacancies for both employees and freelancers.
  • The vacancy must contain the name of the final employer.
  • We retain the right to decline vacancies without giving a reason.
  • Posting a vacancy costs € 150,-. Posting a vacancy for a freelance position costs € 75,-. Both amounts are excluding VAT.
  • When posting more than 5 vacancies in a calendar year, a discount of 50% will be given on the 6th vacancy posting and any onward postings.
  • After publication of the vacancy, the invoice will be sent by e-mail.
  • Invoices are to be paid within 30 days of invoice date.
  • A request for a vacancy posting can be submitted using this form. Some data is required for this request, such as a company name, invoice address, contact and an e-mail address.
  • After acceptance of the posting by e-mail, the vacancy text and any images can be submitted via e-mail.
  • The text can contain headings, paragraphs, lists, tables, links and (contact) forms. These will be presented in Fronteers' styling.
  • After the text has been accepted the vacancy will be listed prominently on the website for 30 days.
    • All available vacancies are shown on the "Vacaturebank" homepage sorted by date added.
    • All available vacancies are shown in the right-hand menu on all vacancy pages sorted by date added.
    • All available vacancies are shown on the Fronteers homepage sorted by date added.
    • All vacancies are tweeted by our Twitter account with a link to our website.
  • After 30 days the vacancy will remain online in our archive. If requested, we can mark it as old or filled.
  • Volunteers will handle the posting of the vacancy. You explicitly accept the fact that this may result in the posting taking several days, and that, especially in busy periods (such as around our conference), we don't appreciate the application of pressure to try and speed up this process.