The COVID-19 pandemic has devastated Spain, hitting the economy hard and causing the loss of hundreds of thousands of jobs.
However, thanks to the successful deployment of vaccination programs and an unwavering determination to recover, Spain is on the road to recovery.
And that means job opportunities.
Our advice and how we will help you
As with any job application, you’ll need to make sure your resume stands out.
Make sure you write a Spanish-style CV, which means it should be spelled with precise wording and shouldn’t go beyond both sides of the A4 format.
Detail all your qualifications and professional courses you have taken and attach your professionally taken head and shoulders photo.
It is not mandatory, but it can be useful.
Your cover letter should be direct and formal and shouldn’t go over one page.
Make sure your CV and cover letter are written in perfect Spanish.
If you do not have a good command of the language, one of our CV consultants will take care of it to do it for you, or at least to check that everything is correct.
In Barcelona and Madrid, some vacancies are posted in English, so it is acceptable to send your CV and cover letter in English.
However, writing them in Spanish can give you a decisive advantage.
Apply with us for a job in Spain
Take advantage of all the opportunities we put at your disposal to help you find your next job.
Our aim is to pass not only job offers, but also advice on how to find a job and help with administrative formalities, including obtaining social security benefits.
Good to know:
If your application is successful, you will be invited for a job interview.
In the wake of the pandemic, more and more interviews are being conducted online on video conferencing platforms such as Zoom which will be dictated by our guidelines supported by on-site consultants.
The experience is somewhat different from a face-to-face interview, so prepare accordingly.
Keep in mind that some companies tend to offer positions based on hiring people as freelancers, even if they will work full time on the company’s premises.
If this is the case for you, we will help you register as a Freelance (self-employed) and the burden of social security will be your responsibility.
As a self-employed person, you are not entitled to unemployment benefits, even if you have contributed to the system for years.
Sagitter Training, is the most prepared and consolidated company in the world of Work Experience compared to the competition, by virtue of the fact that the working group is made up of professionals in the sector only.