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All of our job, apprenticeship and traineeship vacancies are posted here.

Check the current vacancies, read with attention the full description of the offers and follow the instructions on how to apply.

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The European Professional Card

The European Professional Card (EPC) is an electronic procedure you can use to have your professional qualifications recognised in another EU country. It is easier and quicker to manage than traditional qualification recognition procedures, and more transparent.

For the moment, you can use the EPC procedure only if you are:

  • a nurse responsible for general care
  • a pharmacist
  • a physiotherapist
  • a mountain guide
  • a real estate agent

You will find more information and how to apply for the professional card here.

 

Information about the countries of destination

You are interested in working abroad but you would like more information about your potential countries of destinations?

Here are some websites where you will find useful information about EU countries as well as practical information to help you prepare your relocation:

EURES Portal has a specific section dedicated to the working and living conditions within all EU countries. It covers a wide range of practical, legal and administrative questions. 

Deutsch.in provides information more specifically about Germany and Austria in 19 different languages.

Your Europe is a portal offering help and advice for EU nationals and their family. The “Work and retirement” section explains all the regulations and rights protecting mobile workers.

 

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