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Technical Jobs in Germany

According to recent research, Germany is one of the dream-countries to relocate for work. It is full of open positions for skilled and motivated tech professionals, whom you can join. Whether you are a Software Developer, DevOps Engineer, Designer, or QA Specialist, there are always plenty of IT jobs in Germany that are open to foreign, non-German speaking applicants.

Your profile should have the following qualifications:

  • Ideally, u have studied at a university with a focus on IT
  • Ability to convert requirements to test cases
  • You are able to work analytically and systematically
  • You are willing to work independently
  • High proficiency level in spoken English

Germany offers an outstanding opportunity for a highly motivated individual to participate in the growth of a successful technology company. English is must-have while relocating to Germany for work. You don’t need to speak German to get an IT job. But to live in this country, not having troubles during shopping or visiting restaurants you should know how to speak at least German B2 level. Moreover, to work in Germany, you will have to get a permit to work. To get this permit you have to sign a contract with your employer that you are 20+ years old and have a diploma. Furthermore, work visa sponsorship in Germany is easily available.

Hospitality Jobs in Germany

The best strategy to get a hospitality job in Germany goes via at least 2 career steps in high profile hotels in the Middle East. You learn the trade and professional standards of top 5-star hotel groups. Already after 1-year work experience you can apply within the group on global vacancies with a much better chance to get the job from the inside.

The salary for such beginner jobs are low but the reason is that the hotels understand the value they are creating for your career. Consider the learning time as your investment from which you will benefit your whole life.

Nurses Jobs in Germany

There is a severe shortage of qualified nurses in Germany especially due to the baby boomers retiring in thousands nowadays. As such there are tens of thousands of nurse vacancies in German hospitals, nursing homes, and several other care establishments. Unlike in English speaking countries like USA, Canada, UK, Australia, and New Zealand, the German healthcare system is unable to attract a huge influx of foreign healthcare professionals due to its mandatory German language requirement.

 

Foreign nurses are now welcome to work in Germany. What they need is a university bachelors (BSc or PBBSc) degree in Nursing, a few years of work experience (optional) and of course, German Language Certificate at B2 level. Unlike other countries, Germany does not conduct a Nursing Council Examination for foreign nurses for accepting them onto their registers. If the person who doesn’t have a German B2 level and want to work in Germany, the work permits given to them are usually for a year and the candidate is expected to secure German B2 certification while in Germany before the expiry of the permit period. This permit along with an employment contract from a German healthcare institution are the prerequisites for your work visa. If you lose your job, you lose your visa. In order for your application to be successful, the following requirements are needed to be met:

  1.     You need to have your qualifications recognised in Germany
  2.     You need to speak German well enough
  3.     You need to be in good health
  4.     You need to be trustworthy

 

It is estimated that the demand for skilled geriatric nurses in Germany is rapidly increasing. It is expected that by 2050, more than twice as many people will be in need of care. Many steps are taken for it, like, the reform of nursing training as well as the recruitment of nursing professionals from abroad.

Drivers Jobs in Germany

Germany is well known throughout the world as a country of cars. Your driving licence is valid in Germany, just as it is in your home country. There is no need to have it converted to a German licence. You can drive for six months with your existing driving licence, starting with the day you register your residence in Germany. At the end of that period, you will need a German licence. Whether or not you will have to take a test depends on the country where you obtained your driving licence. All cars in Germany need to be registered, and you can do this at the nearest car registration office. You will need your vehicle title (proof that the car belongs to you) and your motor vehicle insurance policy. If you are bringing a car with you from another country, find out from the car registration office what additional documents are required.

 

In many German cities, low-emission zones have been created to reduce the quantities of particulates and nitrogen dioxide in the air. To drive into one of these low-emission zones, you need a sticker (Umweltplakette) showing that your vehicle has sufficiently low emissions. This can be obtained for a fee from the licensing authority or other approved agencies.

Cooks/Chefs Jobs in Germany

International culinary delicacies are becoming increasingly popular in Germany. Many guests ask for dishes that are characteristic of the country and whose quality corresponds to the local cuisine of the country. Often the special knowledge and secret ingredients are missing, to prepare the respective country food perfectly. To provide high quality and typical local cuisine, restaurants employ specialty chefs

The way to work as a specialty chef in Germany is beneficial for both the applicant and the employer. The guests benefit from the chef’s typical local knowledge and the specialty chef can gain new experience in Germany. Specialty chefs are also a big gain for restaurants. Because no other cook can serve a country’s specialties so well. By hiring a specialty chef, the restaurant will also stand out from other restaurants.

In short, specialty chefs are allowed to work in Germany for one year and then for a further three years. However, to work in Germany, a visa is needed. The documents needed to apply for a specialty chef are:

  1.   An examination certificate for a cooking and hygiene test.
  2.   Menu of the restaurant
  3.   The company’s description
  4.   The employment contract
  5.   The curriculum vitae
  6.   Certificates and other proofs of qualification

The test for examination certificate for cooking and hygiene consists of both a practical and theoretical part which can only be taken at a local educational institution that has been approved by the German Federal Employment Agency. In order for the applicant to be permitted to work as a speciality chef in Germany at all, a number of criteria must be met. One requirement is that the speciality chef must be a citizen of the country according to the country to which the restaurant is orientated. Another requirement is that the applicant has completed professional training as a cook. The cooking training must have lasted at least two years. A proven two-year period of work as a cook in the country of origin is also required in order to be allowed to work as a speciality chef.

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