Dear jobseekers,

The EURES Services in Norway are delivered by NAV , Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration, the  services include:

  • Information on living and working in Norway
  • Information on the situation on the labour market
  • Information on how to find jobs and about application letter and CV
  • Information on the relocation process to Norway
  • Recruitment and placement

You can contact us at any time by email at eures@nav.no 

NAV Service Centre for EURES is also available to chat every Friday between 10.00 and  13.00 o'clock on the EURES portal. 

Searching for jobs in Norway requires at least good English skills, but in most cases it also requires Norwegian skills.
 
You should first of all read carefully the information that NAV has gathered for foreign job seekers on www.nav.no/en
Another useful website to read is www.nyinorge.no, “New in Norway”. It contains lots of valuable information about the public services in Norway (moving to Norway, children and schools, health, taxation, etc)
 
Formalities
The official guide Work In Norway gives you a step by step guidance for registering in Norway.  
 

For the latest information about Covid 19 and border entry restrictions in Norway, please take a look at: 

Coronavirus disease - advice and information - NIPH (fhi.no)

Where are the available jobs?

Accessing vacancies 

If we look at the NAV’s own overview for which categories of position are most advertised on the NAV’s job portal, the following occupations are among the categories with the most advertised vacancies:

  • Nurse and specialized nurse
  • Healthcare professional
  • Nursing assistant
  • Carpenter
  • Electrician
  • Driver class 2

Where to find the jobs?

The easiest way if you don’t speak Norwegian is to search for jobs on the EURES portal www.eures.europa.eu. Indeed, all the job vacancies published by NAV are listed on this portal. You can then use the search function in your own language and access the job vacancies. Check first the job vacancies “with EURES flag, as this is an indicator that the employer is also looking for European candidates.

You can also access job vacancies in English which are listed on the NAV website www.arbeidsplassen.no. Use “english” as key word search.

 

Where are the available workers?

What is the demand for workers?

Health care: nurses and specialized nurses (theatre nurses, intensive care nurses …); doctor specialists (mental health, substance abuse treatment, neurology, rheumatology, internal medicine, radiology…); pharmacists; optometrists.
 
Construction and civil works: 
Carpenters; electricians; drivers of construction engines and cranes; roofers, plumbers.
Engineers ( civil works: roads, tunnels, bridges, railway)
 
Services: Car mechanics, heavy vehicle mechanics, construction engines mechanics
 
IT: developers
 
NB! Please note that most of these professions require a good knowledge of the Norwegian language, especially those which require a contact with customers, children/students or patients.
 
Looking for work?
We recommend that you register your CV on the EURES portal www.eures.europa.eu, where Norwegian employers are likely to be looking for European candidates.

Short overview of the labour market:

The labour market in Norway is influenced by the extraordinary situation the world is in and unemployment figures are very different from what we would see in a normal situation. The unemployment figures have also varied greatly since March 2020, and the situation is still unstable. The unemployment rate in Norway for October was 6,6 % of the labour force, about 190 000 persons. 

Population: 5 435 536  as of February 2021.

69,8 % of the Norwegian population is in the workforce (aged 15-74) as per March 2022. 

Where to find the jobs

The easiest way if you don’t speak Norwegian is to search for jobs on the EURES portal www.eures.europa.eu. Indeed, all the job vacancies published by NAV are listed on this portal. You can then use the search function in your own language and access the job vacancies.

You can also access job vacancies in English which are listed on the NAV website www.arbeidsplassen.no. Use “english” as key word search

Recruitment agencies

The private recruitment agencies have a big share of the job market in Norway, and there are numerous. You should consider registering at a few of them. A few examples: - www.manpower.no  www.adecco.no  www.proffice.no  www.jobzone.no   

There are many more recruitment agencies, you can find them via the Yellow Pages www.gulesider.no. Write “bemanningsbyrå” in the search field.

Public services

www.nyinorge.no New in Norway guide - practical information from public administrations

www.nav.no/en  the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Administration

https://helsenorge.no/foreigners-in-norway  Healthcare and social security

www.sua.no Service Centers for Foreign Workers in the cities of Oslo, Bergen, Stavanger, Trondheim, Kirkenes

https://www.skatteetaten.no/en/person/foreign/Tax information for foreign workers in Norway

www.udi.no the Norwegian Directorate of Immigration

www.politi.no the Norwegian Police

www.arbeidstilsynet.no The Norwegian Labour Inspection Authority

www.toll.no Customs

www.grensetjansten.com  Cross border service Sweden/Norway

www.innovasjonnorge.no Innovation Norway

www.ssb.no Statistics Norway

www.mattilsynet.no Norwegian Food/Animal Safety Authority

www.government.no Information from the Government and the Ministries

Cities & Municipalities

www.oslo.kommune.no/startpage/

www.stavanger.kommune.no

www.bergen.kommune.no

www.trondheim.kommune.no

www.tromso.kommune.no

www.kristiansand.kommune.no

To find the website of any municipality: www.name-of-municipality.kommune.no

Newspapers

www.aftenposten.no  Oslo

www.aftenbladet.no Stavanger

www.bt.no Bergen

www.adressa.no Trondheim

www.nordlys.no Tromsø

www.fvn.no Kristiansand

Recognition of Education and Qualifications

www.nokut.no Recognition of foreign education

www.helsedirektoratet.no/English  Authorisation and Licence for Health personnel

Trade Unions

www.lo.no The Norwegian Confederation of Trade Unions

www.akademikerne.no The Federation of Norwegian Professional Associations

www.ys.no The Confederation of Vocational Unions

www.unio.no The Confederation of Unions for Professionals

Start your own company in Norway

www.altinn.no/en  see “start and run business”

Language courses in Norway

www.ntnu.edu/learnnow  free online Norwegian language course

www.kompetansenorge.no/English See “Immigrant integration” for all the accredited language course providers in Norway

www.folkeuniversitetet.no/  Class room courses

www.aof.no Class room courses

https://felles.oslovo.no/ Courses in Oslo

Study in Norway

www.studyinnorway.no the guide to higher education in Norway

www.diku.no Agency for International Cooperation and Quality Enhancement in Higher Education

www.samordnaopptak.no/info/english/ The Norwegian Universities and College Admission service

Traineeships and Internships in Norway

www.trainee.no The Norwegian trainee guide

http://aiesec.org  Student organization - Internships

www.karrierestart.no Job portal and lots of advice and other relevant information

www.europlacement.com (Intern and internship in Europe)

Housing

www.finn.no/eiendom market place for rental “bolig til leie” and purchase «bolig til salgs»

www.hybel.no rentals and home share agency

www.utleiemegleren.no rentals agency

Diverse/Other

www.visitnorway.com the official Travel guide to Norway

www.gulesider.no  the Yellow Pages in Norway

www.petro.no News website for the oil and gas industry

 

Country information
Данни за контакт:

💬 Chat with us  every friday between 10.00 - 13.00 o'clock on the EURES portal.

🙌 Or just send us an email:  eures@nav.no

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