Czech Republic Seasonal Jobs

1)  Facts about the Czech Republic

  • Czech Republic, officially the Czech Republic, is a landlocked country in Central Europe. It has a total area of 78,867 square km. Prague is its capital and largest city. Czech is the official language of Czech Republic. Czech koruna (CZK) is its official currency. Its land bordering countries are Germany, Poland, Slovakia, Austria.
  • Prague has surged into the top 15 cities in the world in new 2019 quality of life rankings published this week in Deustche Bank’s annual survey of global prices and living standards.
  • Prague has been rated the best city in the world to be a university student according to AppJobs, a popular app and website that helps students find part-time work in their city.
  • Czech capital has ranked among the “Top 50 Most Beautiful Cities in the World” in an updated list published by luxury and lifestyle travel magazine Condé Nast Traveler earlier this month.
  • The new Travel Morality Index rates Germany as the world’s most-ethical country to visit, while the Czech Republic comes in at #9.
  • Prague has been known as the “handsomest city of Europe” since the 18th century. Prague Castle is the largest in Europe with more than 700 hundred rooms. The pedestrian Charles Bridge over the Vitava River fills with painters, vendors, musicians and tourists every summer.

2) How to get a WORK PERMIT in the Czech Republic?

First of all, a foreigner needs to find a job in the Czech Republic and his/her future employer must consult with the Employment Office the intention to employ a foreigner in a specified position. After the consultation, the position must be advertised at least for 30 days. If the position cannot be filled by a Czech national, the foreigner can apply for a work permit for such position. The foreigner usually applies for the work permit before he/she enters the Czech Republic. He/she applies in writing (application form) to the regional Public Employment Office; some special annexes to the application form are needed (as a photocopy of his/her travel document, a statement of the employer that he/she will employ the foreigner etc.) He/she can be also represented by his/her future employer or by an empowered representative. The administrative fee for the work permit application is CZK 500.  

3) Benefits work in Czech Republic

  • advantageous location in Europe;
  • no need knowledge of the Czech language for employment is required;
  • duration of stay in the Czech Republic for the purpose of work;
  • official employment;
  • a working visa to the Czech Republic makes it possible to move freely within the territory of the EU;
  • decent wage level.

4)  Process time 2 Months

5) Required documents 

  • Passport
  • Photo
  • CV, certificates, educational documents
  • Police Clearance

6) Which documents we provide for you?

  • Work permit
  • Letter of accommodation
  • Insurance
  • Contract
  • Visa Application Form

Fees structure:

Package price: Contact office or Email/Phone us

Prepayment (before start a processing —1000 Euro

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