Get to Work in a Job in Spain in 2019 – The Honest Truth About Working in Spain…

This page is aimed at helping English-speakers trying to find work in Spain with the emphasis on finding a job in Spain in 2019.

You are most likely from overseas such as the United Kingdom, America, Australia or another European country and you are planning on moving to Spain.

If possible you want to get a job offer before you make your move and relocate.

So basically you are an expat looking for popular jobs vacancies in Spain and you are regarded as a foreigner in Spain.

The video below explains the differences between working in Spain compared to elsewhere:

We like to think of ourselves as the complete resource for finding work because with us you can list your jobs wanted or your vacancies if you are an employer.job-spain-graphic

Basically we are a job centre, employment agency and recruitment agency rolled into one.

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Please leave your details below in the comments box if you WANT TO WORK IN SPAIN!!

Even better is to leave your comments on the most relevant job-specific page we have – see list on right.

Here is a letter we received from Simon who gives a great insight into finding work in Benidorm (but we include this here because his advice applies to working anywhere in Spain and is ESSENTIAL reading:

Hi ALL,

Just wanted to add some info for people. I have lived and worked in Benidrom myself. And left due to serious illness in the family forcing me to return to care for them.

The advice on this site is very honest.

YOU MUST SPEAK SPANISH. No matter what you wish to do, i.e. work for an English business, or one whom deals with English people. You’re in Spain, you NEED to speak Spanish!! You need to order food, drink, give directions to the taxi driver, deal with police, hospital, dentist, and what about getting the Electric bill sorted, and water, council tax, and how about getting the phone and broadband connected?? and then, what about when it goes wrong etc. You’re in Spain, it’s not for them to speak English, but you to speak their language.

When English people find someone who does not speak English in the UK, be that someone whom lives there, Polish for example, or on holiday – you just shrug your shoulders at them and move on. EXPECT THE SAME WHEN YOU’RE IN SPAIN!

Posting and looking online will not get you a job. Being there. Talking to people. Meeting people, will find you work. Every job I ever had, was found by knowing someone.

Get your documents. NIE for example. Some many work without them illegally – but it’s not in your interest. You need a foot print, a history to be able to claim benefits, pensions etc.

Expect to work hard. More than you’d think! At one point I had something like 8 different “jobs”, and often was working in a shop, doing something that wasn’t related to the business.

Skills and things in demand will be the low end basic work if you’re looking at English speaking work. You can find nice people, good jobs, and a better quality of life. I am now married, and my dog whom is Spanish after 10 yrs, are moving back to Spain! Just a different location 😉

Good luck ppl!

Spanish Unemployment is Over 27% – Can I Really Find Work?

When looking for job opportunities in Spain you may need to lower your expectations of what type of work you can find.

We know you want to find the best paying jobs and no doubt you have dreamed of a better quality of life but you must realise in advance that unemployment is high in Spain at over 27%.

Here is some great tips from someone who has lived in Spain for over 18 years:

Job opportunities are limited and much lower paid than in Northern Europe and the USA. Working in Spain can be very hard and low-paid.

If you are moving to Spain and looking for a job then you are immediately at a disadvantage due to the language barrier. Our immediate advice is to learn some basic Spanish.

Even if you speak fluent Spanish (Castellano) many regions of Spain have their own dialects – for example in the Costa Brava (Barcelona) area they primarily speak Catalan.

Even if you are fluent in the language, in Spain most jobs are given to locals who are often close family members or relatives.

Competition for a job with a contract, which comes with an entitlement to medical care, is intense and employers can afford to be very choosy.

There are many illegal immigrants from North Africa and Eastern Europe competing for low-paid, menial job positions.

As a foreigner competing against Spanish nationals for jobs you are immediately at a disadvantage when looking for work and certainly it would be best to concentrate on looking for English speaking jobs in Spain.

The most common types of English jobs on offer will be bar jobs, construction and buildings jobs, sales jobs and jobs in the travel and tourist sector such as hotel jobs, driving jobs and catering jobs.

At least if you are from the United Kingdom, as an European Union citizen you won’t have the need to obtain a work permit and apply for a residencia, something which many Americans, Canadians and Australians who want to work in Madrid and Barcelona have to overcome first. Also most UK qualifications will also not be recognised in Spain.

Job Search by Regions

If you know exactly where in Spain you wish to search for situations vacant, then you can search by regions in which we have specific pages on the most popular towns and cities.

These guides give you an idea as to what sort of jobs you can expect to find advertised as well as an overview of the town or city – after all – while finding work is important, it is also just as important to choose somewhere good in which to live in which you can enjoy a better quality of life.

Spain is a large country and there are very big differences between the various regions.

The Costa del Sol is probably the best area of mainland Spain to search for jobs. This very developed coast is the most popular area of Spain for tourism and has a large expatriate population and arguably the best climate in Spain which makes it a lovely place to live.

The very good weather contributes towards a longer tourist season which is a help because these do tend to be the most popular types of jobs and include work in hotels, cleaning villas and apartments as well as the usual bar and restaurant type positions.

Our most popular Costa del Sol locations for finding work include: Marbella, Malaga, Fuengirola, Nerja, Torremolinos and Benalmadena. There are also plenty of other smaller towns and resorts along the Costa del Sol but they are very much smaller places with fewer opportunities. This is also a good area for Spanish golf jobs such as caddies and golf pros.

Slightly less popular are the Costa Blanca and Costa Brava areas which tend to comprise a series of former fishing villages with good sandy beaches but less job possibilities.

The best places to find jobs on the Costa Blanca include Torrevieja, Benidorm and Alicante while on the Costa Brava the extremely popular tourist resort of Lloret de Mar is a good choice as is Tossa del Mar, Sitges and Salou.

The best areas in Spain to find jobs for professionals and executives would be the major cities of Madrid, Barcelona, Valencia and to a lesser extent Seville.

In these Spanish cities you will find offices of major multi-national companies. There are good opportunities for working here in IT as computer jobs do not require many Spanish skills.

If you are searching for summer and seasonal work then look at the islands of Spain which has more of an all year round season due to better weather and climate. This would apply more to the Canary Islands than the Balearic Islands as the Canaries are closer to Africa than mainland Spain.

If you want long-term work in Spain and not just seasonal work look to the Canary Islands of Tenerife, Lanzarote, Fuerteventura and Gran Canaria (with the most popular resort being Playa del Ingles).

The Balearic Islands are also very popular especially Ibiza and Majorca/Mallorca (with the most popular resort for jobs being Magaluf).

Ibiza and Mallorca are full of possibilities for jobs as holiday reps, bar jobs, dancers, pr jobs, DS’s, waiters, waitresses, chefs, restaurant jobs, hotel jobs and many other tourism related situations vacant.

The islands are also good for water sports and marine jobs such as dive instructors, windsurfing teachers, sailing, crewing and boat maintenance.

If you are searching for work in the year 2019, be sure to subscribe to our latest job alerts by putting your name and email address into the special newsletter box (top right of page).

Here is some experiences from Anna who has moved to Spain talking about some of the pitfalls:

Interesting follow up later from Anna – quite a shock after the last video!!!:

Spanish Job Regulations – Visas and N.I.E. Number

Do I Need a Visa?

If you are from a European Union country you are fortunate that you are entitled to work in Spain without applying for a visa. Other foreign nationals such as Americans, Canadians and South Americans must get a visa in advance of their stay in Spain which will last three months.

Do I Need a N.I.E. Number?

Many people in Spain are employed illegally, without a contract and therefore do not need a NIE number. This number is your tax identification number in Spain (Número de Identificación de Extranjeros).

To get an N.I.E. number in Spain, go to local police station or social security office and fill out the necessary forms. Some basic details are required such as address, name, passport number etc. Obviously the form is in Spanish. You should be issued with a temporary card on the spot.

Helpful information on getting NIE and residency in Spain.

Salaries and Pay in Spain – Employment Conditions and Working Hours

We are always being asked – what are the best paid jobs in Spain, what job offers are available and how much can I earn in Spain?

It is generally recognised that wages and salaries in Spain are lower than most other European countries however the cost of living is also comparatively lower.

The Spanish also tend to work very long hours due to the traditional siesta break in the middle of the daytime.

Always try to get the job that comes with an official working contract as this entitles you to state health care. With a contract your employer will have to contribute social security payments on your behalf. The only other way you will be entitled to free health care is if you become self-employed and pay into the social security system yourself.

For example if you have a salary of £30,000 and you find an equivalent job position in Spain you may be paid about €20,000 – and although the cost of living in Spain is lower – it isn’t that much lower!

If you are in a legal job your employer will deduct national insurance (social security) and tax from salaries.

Not only do jobs in Spain pay less you also tend to work longer hours. Most jobs start at around 9am some 10am with a long lunch break of two hours before resuming until 7pm or 8pm.

While you may have a long lunch hour for what is known as siesta time – if you have a young family then that is no consolation as you won’t see them much until the weekends.

It’s an unfortunate fact that many people who come to Spain searching for employment, a job and a better quality of life end up finding a job that is low paid and comes with longer working hours than they used to work back home.

Many people end up disillusioned and end up leaving Spain for financial reasons.

Be prepared to be flexible and completely change career direction. Most job vacancies are found through word of mouth and in local newspapers.

You will find the best possibilities for finding English jobs would be in the coastal areas which have large expat populations and therefore companies catering to the needs of these expats.

These areas primarily are the Costa del Sol (especially Malaga, Marbella, Nerja, Mijas, Fuengirola, Benalmadena and Torremolinos areas) and the Costa Blanca (Alicante, Torrevieja, Benidorm jobs, Calpe, Javea, Moraira and Denia areas).

To give you an idea of the most popular areas of Spain that people speaking English are seeking and searching for work – we get a lot of people emailing us asking where they can find job vacancies in Benidorm, Calpe, Torrevieja, Alicante, Malaga, Murcia, Marbella, Fuengirola, Benalmadena, Estepona, Torremolinos, Madrid, Barcelona, Seville, Valencia, Lloret de Mar and Tossa del Mar.

These areas are the most popular for expat jobs, so look for jobs in Costa Blanca and jobs in Costa del Sol where most expats live. Also look at the slightly less popular areas of Costa Brava, Costa Almeria and Costa de la Luz and many people live in Spain but go across the border into Gibraltar each day to work.

Expat Jobs

Other typical jobs for English speaking people you are likely to find would be jobs that cater to the large expat population in Spain, these include: pool cleaners, translators, beauty therapists, interior designers, singers, dancers, entertainers, gardening jobs, villa cleaning jobs, bar jobs and bar work, hairdressing jobs, shop assistants, cashiers and retail work in English and British goods shops, graduate jobs, taxi service, driving jobs including removals, restaurant jobs such as chefs, waiters and waitresses, fitness jobs, beautician jobs, pet care jobs, personal trainers, health care assistants, voluntary jobs at charity shops, computer services, business services such as graphic design, computer repair, contractors, babysitting, nanny jobs, au pair jobs, child care jobs, carer jobs, housekeeping, finance jobs, security jobs, accounting jobs, mechanics, insurance sales positions, hospitality jobs, customer service jobs, there are many English newspaper and magazines requiring writers and sales jobs in Spain etc – we hope this list gives you some idea of the types of jobs in Spain that are the most likely possibilities when you are job searching.

There are now many expat radio stations and newspapers in Spain so these businesses are looking for media people as DJ’s, presenters, writers, journalists, web design, photographers and sales positions selling advertising space.

One of the problems with jobs in Spain is the seasonal aspect – for example getting holiday jobs and summer jobs in Spain such as bar work in Spain or being a waiter or waitress is fine in the July and August but come October you may find you are out of a job!

Still if you are a student these jobs could be great fun over the summer. Many of these jobs will be on a part time basis.

7 Top Tips For Finding Work

  1. Have at least six months money as savings to live on while you try finding work in Spain.
  2. Learn as much Spanish as possible BEFORE you move to Spain as this massively increases your chances of finding job opportunities.
  3. Jobs for English speakers are limited so be prepared to turn your hand to anything to get a foothold in Spain and accept any jobs that are available.
  4. Be prepared to work much longer hours as jobs in Spain start earlier and finish later.
  5. If you are looking for work in Spain for English speakers be prepared to work for a lot less than you are used to as wages, job benefits and perks are much lower in Spain.
  6. Learn a new skill, especially something practical and use it to get a job or start your own business.
  7. If you have a skill or vocation, consider starting your own business in Spain, then you are in control. Also consider working from home. Most expats end up self-employed (becoming an autonomo) in order to earn enough money to survive in Spain.

Useful Resources for Finding Work

You will find plenty of professional jobs advertised on websites such as ours. Sadly, for most of the tourism jobs you will actually need to be here in Spain in the resorts and ask around going from bar to bar or from restaurant to restaurant in order to find work.

Be prepared to be flexible and completely change career direction. Most job vacancies are found through word of mouth and in local newspapers.

So where else can you find job vacancies, openings and postings? Try reading the classifieds sections of expat newspapers and contact recruitment agencies, job centres, human resources, or employment agencies. Here are some useful sources that we know of:

The major newspapers have job classified listings:

Costa Blanca News (English expat news).

El Pais (national Spanish newspaper).

Empresas de Trabajo Temporal (ETT) are recruitment agencies in Spain – mostly work of a temporary contract nature. Mostly professional and admin vacancies.

Global jobs website Monster has a specific Spanish online version.

Info Jobs – Website with thousands of Spanish jobs online. InfoJobs is the leading online job opportunities in the Spanish market, both for the number of visitors to its website and the volume of jobs listed.

Experteer.es – Spain’s leading job search site for executive jobs, director jobs, Spain recruitment, bank jobs, IT jobs and travel jobs starting from €60,000. Experteer also offers access to executive headhunters, the highest paid jobs and job vacancies.


Most Popular Types of Work in Spain:

Helpful Pages on Moving to Spain:

Guide to Moving to Spain

Long-Term Rentals & Lets

Property

I Hate Spain


Live Job Listings

Below we have the very latest job vacancies in Spain.

This page is updated frequently – be sure to bookmark this page and keep coming back to see if your dream job in Spain has been listed here below.

If you are an employer then the good news is that on our website we are currently accepting job listings in Spain, completely free of charge.

If you need staff or have situations vacant then let us help you fill these positions.

We have people on our mailing list who are ready and waiting to hear about your vacancies. These are people who have given us their email address and telephone number and who have opted to receive email job alerts. We have literally hundreds of people who wish to work in Spain and find jobs.

While we accept your listings for free we do appreciate if you could help our site by either linking to us or Facebook liking us or tweeting us or social bookmarking our site.

Your job adverts must be genuine and related to Spain.

Please clearly give us all relevant information as people may be looking at these adverts and listings from other countries and may wish to travel to Spain to apply for these positions. So it is vital that as much information is presented at this point, such as:

Location of job.
Qualifications required.
Language skills required.
Salary and any benefits.
Working hours.
Any holiday time.
Does the position come with an official contract?
How long is the contract or job for?
Description of ideal candidate and qualities necessary.


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Telephone: 3496037957

Email: ajeets.com@gmail.com

Type of Business: Employment Agency

Towns or Areas Covered: Madrid, Spain

Main Description:

Ajeets Consultants is Spain’s leading recruitment services provider since 1991. Ajeets Group provides unique value to clients and candidates through a comprehensive suite of innovative solutions which cover an entire range of talent-driven needs from recruitment and assessment, training and development, and career management, to outsourcing and workforce consulting. With our cost-effective solutions and customized strategy we make a sense for specific needs and objectives of an organization, Our HR solutions provide an economical way to procure talent to your organization.
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Comments

  1. Dhruvil patel says

    I am looking for part time and ful time job . I am in Cartagena now and 27years old and can travel to Murcia and Alicante or Torre Pacheco . I have work in field of agriculture and have two 3 years of experience in agriculture so please find me the job I am in very hard need of work

  2. Hi I am a 33 years old relocating to the Costa Blanca, Denia/Javea

    My girlfriend and I are moving at the beginning of January, we are both professional and incredibly motivated, I am an EASA and CAA qualified cabin crew with 12 years of experience in high customer service for one of the most important an awarded airline in the world.
    My girlfriend is a qualified croupier with experience in the some of the most important gambling companies in Europe, including the UK, Mediterranean cruise ships and Malta.

    Being on flexible hours and days I am looking for a part time job that can fit nicely with my roster and be of help to other businesses as much as being rewarding. I feel I have a lot more to give than what I am right now and this change of base will be a real new beginning.

    My girlfriend would be very happy in any customer service position full or part time and of course any job in her current field.
    We both speak fluent written and spoken English and Italian and Spanish will follow very very soon.

    Please feel free to contact us should any of us be of your interest, we would be more than happy to provide our Curriculum vitae.
    my email is gaetano.matranga@gmail.com

    Thank you and kind regards

    Gaetano

  3. Hello , I am a 45 year old New Zealand carpenter/joiner looking for carpentry & joineey work in Spain. Please contact me using my email address at kiwipaul@mail.com.
    Thanks everybody fir your interest.
    Paul

  4. Hello.
    I have experience in many things, but in this site more i am interested to live in carer job & house sitter. I have experience and my patients were happy with me and my work. I live in Spain, in Torrox, but always ready to move there, where it sill be needed. If someone will answer me, i will give the reference numbers
    Thank you. Good luck to everyone. Anna

    • Tracy Jackson says

      Hi Anna
      I work for The Good Care Group here in Spain. We are looking for live-in carers to work in the UK on a shift pattern such as 2 weeks on/ 2 off. This enables people who live in Spain to have regular work, a permanent work contract and the flexibility to still enjoy their lifestyle here. If you would like further information please email me on: Tracy.Jackson@thegoodcaregroup.com or telephone on: 622047351 or 951507423. Many Thanks Tracy

  5. Tracy Jackson says

    The Good Care Group due to expansion are looking for live-in carers to work with our clients in the UK on a flexible shift pattern such as 2 weeks on/ 2 weeks off. Previous professional or personal care experience is essential as well as excellent verbal and written English. Earn up to 95 GBP per day depending on experience, you will have 20 days holiday a year and a permanent work contract and regular work. Ideal opportunity for those who live in Spain and wish to have regular work and enjoy their lifestyle here. For further information call Tracy on: 622047351 or email: Tracy.Jackson@thegoodcaregroup.com.

  6. Well I am looking to get permanent employment opportunity in Spain as a Taxi cab driver. I have got vast experience in middle eastern countries UAE And KSA. If there is any opportunity available please let me know. Currently I am working in Saudi arabia for the last 2 years.

    Regards,
    Humayun

  7. Hello,
    my name is Elio and I have experience in sales, shipping, teaching, customer service and dealing with people in differents fields. I speak english, spanish, italian.

    If there is any job opening upthere anywhere I am 24/7 guy.

    Wish you the best.
    Thanks

  8. Tracy Jackson says

    The Good Care Group are looking for Live-In carers to work flexible shift patterns in the UK. Previous care experience is required either professionally or privately via a family member or friend. Our clients are mainly elderly and infirm and some have dementia. Duties include cooking, cleaning, personal care, laundry duties and assistance with any day to day activities to enable them to stay in their own homes for as long as possible. We offer permanent contracts, regular work, subsidised flights, expenses paid in the UK, holidays and full 24 hour support. Want to work for the UK’s most awarded home care provider? Then please contact me.
    Email: Tracy.Jackson@thegodcaregroup.com or Tel: 622 047 351 or 951 507 423 for an immediate interview

  9. Grace Carter says

    Hello!
    My name is Grace, 31 years old and I have just moved to Malaga Centro with my partner and I am looking for English speaking work (until I master Spanish!)
    I’m a qualified Payroll Technician and have worked in UK payroll for a British local council for three years, where I was responsible for paying several thousand employees whilst maintaining and developing the payroll system.
    I’ve worked in many different bars since the age of 18 (spent 9 months behind a bar in Crete) and during the majority of my twenties I worked in administrative roles in the UK and a year in New Zealand. I also have a TEFL certification which I gained in 2008.
    I’m keen to try something new in Malaga – cleaning, care work, retail (which I did a lot of in my teen years), anything outdoors, hospitality… But am also happy to continue my payroll/admin/bar associate career.
    I’m mature and responsible whilst at the same time young at heart.
    If you’re looking for a dedicated and hard working person who is always looking for a new challenge and a chance to grow and learn , please do contact me! 🙂

  10. Hi I am a carer in the UK looking for work in spain as a home carer, resturant work ,cleaning ,or hotel work …anyone have any ideas of how to pursue this it would be much appreciated ..

    • Tracy Jackson says

      Hi Tasha
      I work for The Good Care Group and we are looking for expats in Spain to work flexible shift patterns as a live-in carer in the UK. For example you would work 2 weeks on 2 weeks off, we offer a permanent contract, subsidised flights, travel expenses paid in the UK, regular work and holidays. If you would like more information then please email me on: Tracy.Jackson@thegoodcaregroup.com. Thank you Tracy

      • Hi, I live in Spain, Costa Del Sol. Previously was living in the UK. Its interesting, how r u planning to expat in Spanish market? Please let me know to email bellawrd @ gmail.com May be I can be useul in your future plans.

        Thanks

  11. Keith Mullaney says

    Hi I`m a fully qualified and experienced catering equipment service technician looking for work around the costa blanca south costa calida areas . Does anybody know of any catering equipment service companies in those areas

    thanks

    Keith

  12. Photographer (30) looking for work in Spain!

    currently living in Scotland, I would love to work abroad, perhaps in hotels or resorts as a photographer for tourists. I own and use my own professional equipment, Canon 5D III, and “L” glass lenses (top quality canon). I have 5 years experience, 2 years as freelance here in the UK. Please email me on Aaron.swan@icloud.com if you can help me, or we can help each other 🙂

    Warm regards,

    Aaron Swan.

  13. hi me and my partner are thinking of moving to Puerto rico gran carania , my partner has a hgv 1 licence and I work for a big postal company but before I have run many pubs and clubs, we are looking for any work please contact us

  14. Andrew rawlinson says

    I am looking for a job in benidorm in the hotel sector which would provide accommodation .I am available for immediate start.

  15. Hi I’m a plumbing and heating engineer. Trained in the uk. I have been in the industry for 14years and had my own business for 2 years. I’m looking at moving to Spain to live and work, is there a demand for British plumbers? Is it easy to find work? I’m going to be coming over with my 2 boys so need to find schools etc. If anyone can help me in any way at all I’d be forever grateful!! Thanks.

  16. Mohinder Kaur says

    Hi,

    My name is Mohinder and I moved to Valencia one year ago to study Dentistry. I will shortly be starting my 2nd year next week. I am looking for a part time job, only a couple of hours 2 times a week.
    Because of my Uni shcedule i am not so flexible, so I need spesific days to work.
    I am a matured person, bubbly, lively and like to smile and make people happy around me. I have worked as a medical lab technicion for 14 years in Norway. I have also during my long life worked in a resturant, grossery shop, clothing shop and as an assistent in a doctors office just to mention some.
    I am looking for any kind of job which gives me a couple of euros in the month.
    Languages I can speak is Norwegian, English, Punjabi, basic spanish, a little german (learned it at the school many years ago)
    If you have something interesting for me, plz let me know. You can contact me on this email: schick75@hotmail.com

  17. Hi I am looking to come out to Benidorm next year for a summer job anything from cleaning to waitressing how do I go about looking for them and accommodation of course best websites to look etc if anyone can help id be grateful thank you

  18. Hello my husband and I are looking to relocate to rural spain but would like to have a job in place first ! We have always worked so don’t want to come to Spain without a job in place . My husband is an electricity cable layer and labourer . He has previous experience of bar management. I myself have experience in front of house receptionist. 10 years management experience in a bookies and at the moment I work from home developing my crafts and floristry business . I also have experience in bar work . We would much appreciate any offers in this line of work that is available .

  19. Hi,
    My name is James and I’m a fully qualified boat captain with Yachtmaster 200gt and over 10 years experience in the yachting industry in the South of France.
    I’m looking for any type of boat related work in Moraira and surrounding area.
    Maintenance, day trips(captain, mate, deckhand), winter guardian, …
    I can be reached at jimmymclardy@gmail.com

    • paul Ablett says

      Hi James, I need a boat bring from Ibiza to Benalmadena towards the end of April. She is a Formula 330ss and is 33ft with a 10ft beam. Please email if you wish to discuss. Thanks Paul. pablett2005@yahoo.co.uk

  20. Jodie esquer, says

    Hi looking for a fully qualified beauty therapist to work in spain if anyone is interested please email or call no is 0034950473159