How to find a job in Norway

Are you interested in working in Norway? We are here to tell you how you can find your next job.

At Staffers we specialize in recruitment for the hospitality industry in Norway. Our platform match jobseekers with companies in the hospitality industry, for both full-time and temporary positions. So whether you are looking to work a few days or a few months, a part-time or full-time job, we are here to guide you through the process of finding your next job in Norway.

Norway is a part of the EEA which means that EEA/EU citizens have the right to live and work in Norway. You can apply for a job through the Staffers platform from abroad, and if you receive a job offer that you would like to accept you will be able to travel to Norway and start to work right away. However you do need to go and get your D-number and set up a bank account in order to receive your first salary, you also have to register with the police and show your work contract within the first three months after arriving to Norway. You can find more information about how to obtain a D-number, a place to live, bank account and more here .

What is it like to work in Norway?

Norwegian people are very friendly and speak very good English, and because of that you don´t necessarily need to speak Norwegian tobe able to work in Norway – English will take you are very long way. But if you are interested in learning Norwegian, working in Norway is a great way to learn the language as well.

Norway is a country where the weather vary depending on where in the country you live; the west coast of Norway usually gets more rain than the eastern part of the country, the south has mild temperature and very little snow, and the northern part of Norway has very cold temperatures and snow during the winter and endless sunlight during the summer. With Staffers you can find jobs all over Norway.

The cost of living in Norway is high but the salaries also do reflect this, and with Staffers you can find the highest paid jobs in the hospitality industry.

As a resident and an employee in Norway you are automatically included in the Norwegian National Insurance Scheme, which means that you are entitled to health care services and benefits from NAV (Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration). If you are residing in Norway for a temporary job you can use your European Health Card. More detailed information can be found in the official Work in Norway guide.

Are you now ready to start looking for a job in Norway?

Right now companies in the hospitality industry in Norway are looking to hire a lot of staff, and some of the job ads listed through Staffers are chefs, kitchen assistant, runner, and waiter. You can see all job ads for permanent positions right here on our website, or you can download the Staffers app in your App Store /Google Play to find your next job in Norway .

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