Malmö University is an innovative, urban and international institute of higher education, located in the city centre of Malmö. We are looking for people who share our values of widening participation in higher education, promoting sustainability and working towards social equality.
We look forward to receiving your application.
When submitting an application, you will be registered as a new user. You can also create an account without applying for a specific position. Register and log in to see your account where you can view previous or saved applications.
Click on the job posting that you want to apply for.
Fill in the application on the registration page and submit your supporting documents.
Submit the application by accepting the terms and conditions and clicking the registration button.
Your application is part of the public domain
Malmö University is a public authority, which means that members of the public have the right to obtain official documents upon request, including your application and any other documents related to the recruitment. If you have a protected identity, make one of the contacts on the job listing aware in order to get more information on how to proceed.
How we handle personal data
When you submit a job application, Malmö University will collect data regarding your name and contact details. As a government institution, we are required to collect this information in order to process your application correctly. If your application is successful, the data will be filed; if you are unsuccessful in your application, the data will be deleted after two years.
If you would like to find out what information has been registered about you or have comments regarding the handling of your personal data, please contact the University's data protection officer at email@example.com. Complaints that cannot be resolved directly with Malmö University can be submitted to The Swedish Data Protection Authority.
Assessment of your application
Applicants will be selected based on qualifications and training. Make sure to complete your application with care and attach the requested documents.
Simplify the application process with a user account
It is quick to create a user account. When you have an account, you no longer need to enter your personal details every time you want to submit an application. The account also offers an overview of your applications and any messages we have sent you via the system. The messages are also sent to your email address, so you do not need to monitor your account.
If you do not already have an account, you have two options:
Create an account with the same email address as the one you used in the application. When you have done this, you can edit your application when you log into the account. This is the recommended option.
Click 'Apply' in the vacancy notice and fill in the same email address as the one used in your application, as well as all the other required details. Your application will automatically be updated with this information.
You can also create an account at a later date. As long as you provide the same email address as the one used in the application, any previous information will appear in your account.
Updating your application
You can update your application for as long as the application period is open.
If you have an account, log in and click 'Edit' next to the link for the relevant application and make the changes you want. Confirm the changes by clicking 'Register'.
To make changes to an attached document, first update the document on your computer, then upload the new document. When you have uploaded the correct attachment, click 'Register' to update your application.
Keep your contact details up to date
In order to enable us to get in touch with you, it is important that you keep your contact details up to date.
If you do not have an account, email any changes to the relevant human resources officer.
If you have an account, log in and update your personal information.
If your email address has changed, log in with the old address and register the new one.
Benefits, terms and conditions
As a Malmö University employee, you are working for a public authority. This means that:
your salary is set individually;
you have more than the statutory five weeks of annual leave (the number of weeks you get depends on your age);
your employer will complement your statutory allowance if you are on parental leave;
the public are your employers; and
your work is governed by laws which ensure openness and transparency within the organisation.
Working in Sweden
If you are new to working in Sweden, there is a guide made by several government agencies in collaboration to provide an overview of the most important things to know for those who wish to work in Sweden.
We encourage all our employees to develop professionally and as individuals. Offering a range of courses, for instance on leadership and teaching in higher education, we strive to allow staff to realise their potential and utilise their competences to the fullest.
Staff members in all positions are offered opportunities for international exchange and to collaborate with colleagues abroad.
It is important to us that Malmö University is a workplace free from discrimination, victimisation and harassment. Employees and managers have a shared responsibility to strive for a work climate in which everyone experiences participation, security and mutual trust.