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Would you like to be part of an exciting sector and a company with strong teamwork?




The resources in our company are the experience and skills our employees have acquired. We intend to look after them. We give priority to the little things that improve cooperation, unity and the working environment – elements that make ID® a secure and exciting place to be.

A lot of electronic tools are available for knowledge sharing. We supplement these by starting the day with a joint breakfast, where we meet across departments. Throughout the day, all employees have free access to fresh fruit, coffee and mineral water.

If no positions are being advertised, you are always welcome to send us an unsolicited application. 
We receive unsolicited applications uploaded using the link below. We are unfortunately unable to process applications sent by email or letter.

How we process your application:
Once we receive your application, it will be forwarded to the relevant department you are interested in. You will hear from us 1-2 weeks after we have received your application. You are always welcome to contact us if you have any questions.

If you would like us to store your application for six months in our job file, please indicate your consent at the bottom of the page. If you do not want us to store your application, it will be deleted within one week of receipt.

PRIVACY POLICY FOR APPLICATIONS - This policy has been formulated to provide information on ID®’s processing of personal data in connection with all types of applications. Data controller: ID® is the ‘data controller’ with respect to the data privacy legislation. Any enquiries related to personal data may be addressed to ID®’s HR department. Purpose: Your information will be processed and used in connection with recruiting potential candidates for jobs at ID®. Processing and legal basis: Personal data relating to applicants is processed in accordance with the guidelines of the Danish Data Protection Agency. Consent is not required in order to process this information, where the processing is necessary for the purpose. If ID® wishes to store the application for later use, this requires the consent of the applicant. Storing and access to data: Personal data is stored on an external server at our IT provider under secure conditions. Only relevant managers and the HR department have access to the information, as well as IT administrators. Applications from unsuccessful candidates will be retained for six months following rejection, if written consent is provided for this. Rights: Applicants have the right of access to personal data held by the company and to have the data rectified. The personal data must be disclosed by the company as soon as possible, and normally within four weeks of receiving a request. Once the information has been disclosed, the applicant may not request corresponding information for at least six months. The applicant can withdraw their consent at any time. Complaints: If an applicant is not satisfied with the company’s processing of personal data, they may lodge a complaint with our HR department. If this does not lead to a satisfactory resolution, a complaint may be lodged with the Danish Data Protection Agency. The current contact address can be found at