Work in Lapland II - Welcome to Finland is a recruitment event for the winter season, taking place on September the 6th 2018 between 10 - 16 (CET).
Take a different kind of journey. Experience working in a stunning environment in the job you’ve been looking for.
This event is part of European Job Days - a series of events organised throughout Europe. Join us online and meet employers from Lapland. During the event you can find out about the different opportunities offered by the winter season in Finnish Lapland within the fields of Tourism, Hotel and Catering, as well as related sectors:
Join the event, register, submit your application, chat with employers, be interviewed and get a job.
Finnish Lapland has been experiencing steady growth within the Tourism, Hotel and Catering sectors, especially during the winter season. The past few years have seen a strong growth of interest in winter activities, adventure holidays, northern lights, Santa Claus etc. The influx of a larger number of visitors has led to a corresponding rise in investment in the area, while greater demand on services prompts an urgent need for workers.
In addition, anyone who registers will receive useful information on living and working in Finland, dealing with issues such as taxes, social security etc.
Employers from the Finnish North, this event offers the ideal opportunity to promote your recruitment needs throughout Europe. You have the chance to meet a wide range of jobseekers boasting different language skills, qualifications and experience. The event is focused exclusively on the Tourism, Hotel and Catering sectors and related fields for employers from Northern Finland.
To join us on the 6th of September 2018 at the Work in Lapland, European (Online) Job Day, you have to register in advance! Register using the link at the top of the page.
We are looking forward to your registration and participation in our event at www.europeanjobdays.eu
Read more about living and working in Finnish Lapland: https://www.lapland.fi/live-work/ (Source: House of Lapland)