“By submitting this information you (“the Customer”) agree to the following:

Description of the service

JobsinParis is a website listing job ads for English speaking professionals in France.

JobsinParis.fr will show the job ads uploaded by the Customer for the period specified in the ‘closing date’ tag for every job. This period can at any time be shortened or extended by the customer. Submitting a job is free of charge and funded through a ‘pay-per-click’-system. For every click a job ad gets JobsinParis will redirect the visitor to the website of the Customer. Job ads are not hosted at JobsinParis’s server unless agreed otherwise.

Jobs submitted will be shown on JobsinParis from the following morning. Their status will until then appear as ‘Approval appending’ in the Customer administration profile. JobsinParis can at our discretion delete job ads that fall outside the scope of the website.

JobsinParis will do its best to secure a smooth execution of this service. However we cannot be held responsible for any downtime due to server breakdown, hacker attack or other force major factors that interfere with the service. The Customer will of course not pay for the period that the service is down since no visitors can click on the ads.

Payment

Invoices are send out at the end of every month unless agreed otherwise. The Customer is responsible for always keeping the contact billing info up-to-date. Invoices will cover the clicks on the online job ads since last invoice. The customer gets 30 days to pay the invoice. If invoices are not paid after this date JobsinParis will add an 11,5% administration fee to resend the invoice.

Information

All information submitted to JobsinParis is kept confidential and will not be given or shown to third parties. It is the Customers duty to keep the login and password confidential, and JobsinParis does not cover for loses due to unsafe data management by the Customer. JobsinParis will however contact the company should we notice anything unusual before approving a submitted ad.”