Over your first few weeks, your immediate manager will make sure you receive a good introduction. You yourself, meanwhile, are responsible for several matters relating to your new employment. One of these is payment of your wage.
You need to do the following:
Account Number and Tax Certificate (Skattesedel)
- Report your bank account number to Danske Bank, which is the bank that pays out your monthly wage. You log in using your BankID and enter Dalarna University’s customer number (kundnummer): 79152. If Danske Bank does not have your account number at the time of the monthly payday, then you will receive a payout slip (utbetalningsavi) instead.
- Order a notice of tax assessment for preliminary tax (skattesedel för preliminär skatt) (or decision on tax liability – skattejämkning) from Skatteverket and send this to the University’s Office of Human Resources. If we do not receive this, you will receive a tax deduction based on tabell 35 plus a further ten percent.
Register Your Information in Primula
- Check your personal data. We need your correct address and the contact information of a family member in the case of an emergency or serious event.
- If you are a teacher, provide details of your secondary occupation (bisyssla).
- Register your highest-level formal degree – we need such data for our statistics. Also state whether you have started or completed the “Högskolepedagogisk utbildning” (15 credits).
Register for the General Introduction
In addition to the initial introduction, you are invited to attend the general introduction for all new Dalarna University employees.
This is held more than once every year. At this event, you will find out more about what the University does, about its operations and about its vision. Among those who attend are the Vice-Chancellor and representatives from various university offices and departments.
Dates for upcoming introduction days can be found in the calendar (information in Swedish)
Register here for the General Introduction for new Dalarna University employees.
What It Means To Be a Government Employee
As a government employee, you are required to handle issues in an objective, factual and impartial manner. You work in the service of the general public, and that brings with it special responsibility.
Being a government employee (information in Swedish)