There are many jobs for foreigners who consider Poland to be a job. In fact, it has become one of the largest BPO / SSC (Business Process Outsourcing).
Although most of the country’s employees work in the services sector, other key industries include chemicals, coal mines, food processing, iron and steel, glass, engineering, shipbuilding and textiles.
The level of education is available to people with a high level of language or IT skills in areas such as telecommunications, IT and logistics. You will also find opportunities in the areas of banking and finance, education, administration and tourism.
There are several multinational companies in Poland, as well as large local businesses, including:
- Agora SA
- Asseco Group
- FCA group
- GSK (GlaxoSmithKline) Poland
- LOT Polish Airlines
- Nordea group
- Polish orange
- PKN Orlen
- PKO Bank Polski
- Poznań Volkswagen
- RBS Poland
- Polish T-Mobile
- Motor Toyota Poland.
The European Job Mobility Portal (EURES) is another place for employees looking for work in Poland.
As in the United Kingdom, if you want to work for a specific organization, you can send an unsolicited request directly via CV and letter. However, most employers expect the applications to be written in Polish, unless it is said that English is acceptable.
If you are invited to a job interview if you are from a country outside the EU, it is important to check if you have to present your Polish embassy before booking your trip.
You can still click on the suitable job title below to apply and submit your application for jobs in Poland.
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