How to find a job in Poland
Prepare your CV in Polish and English. Ask to check the text of an interpreter or a Polish friend for grammatical and spelling mistakes. In the resume, describe in detail the previous work experience, the job you are applying for, what you can do. Information about past employers with contact information is also welcome. Make your site-business card, placing on it a resume in two versions.
Look for suggestions about working on the Internet. Of course, you need to monitor Polish sites. Links to them you can find on http://www.wp.pl in the section "Praca". On the pages with the job offer, place your ad about finding a specific vacancy, publish a link to the resume on the Internet. If you want to work in a certain company for a particular position (corresponding to your specialization), find the organization's website and send them your resume by mail.
Chance to get a jobthe work. Being inPoland. much higher. View ads in local newspapers. Pay special attention to the section where urgent vacancies are published. This means that the employee is required "this minute", so you have the opportunity to be at the right time in the right place. Be prepared for the fact that you yourself have to ring up companies, so you need to know the Polish language at a good conversational level.
Independently distribute your resume on the companies you are interested in. This method is designed for a long-term perspective: it is not known how long it will be necessary to wait for a call from the employer. But if you are interested in unskilled labor (for example, cleaners in a cafe or hotel room maids), then an invitation for an interview can come the next day.
Formally, inPoland there is unemployment, so carefully read the summaries of specialists required in the country. Usually, local citizens with higher education do not aspire to go to a not very prestigiousthe work (waiters, service staff). This niche is not so full and provides opportunities for employment of foreign citizens.