How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Employment Websites

Applying for a job in the Czech Republic can serve as one of the real opportunities to move to this flourishing European country. Of course, people are confronted with the question of where to look for work? Nowadays, many things can be done via Internet – the job search is no exception. Read this article to learn more about finding a job in the Czech Republic!

The Internet is an integral part of life of every person. With its help, we can work, make purchases, plan our journeys and do various things without leaving home. The job search has also become much easier thanks to the Internet. In its open spaces, there is a huge number of sites created specifically for the job search. With the advent of such sites, the job seeking can be done much faster. On these portals, you can search for jobs by profession, region, company name, or by keywords. Actual job offers appear every day, offering users a huge number of different careers. But how to use these sites correctly? How to make the recruiter notice you among hundreds of people? Check out the tips below and find your dream job in the Czech Republic!

For the job search to be really effective, you need to be sure that all possible ways are involved, and every minute works for you. For this you need to take only 4 steps:

  • Register on the job website

By registering once you will be able to log into your account anytime and anywhere. After registration, you will have your login and password on the site, as well as your own personal section page, which will collect all the necessary information: your resumes, selected vacancies, new job vacancies, useful links, etc. In your personal account, you can store your CVs, cover letters, interesting vacancies, and post-entry articles. You can find the full list of best job websites for expats in the Czech Republic in our book How to find a job in the Czech Republic?.

  • Post your resume (better more than one)

This is a very important part of the job search. There are several reasons: one of them is that many employers prefer to look for a suitable employee, rather than posting a vacancy, and another one – if you find a vacancy, you will need a resume to respond to it. So it is better to do it right away. Perhaps one resume will not be enough since it is preferable in the resume to focus on those qualities that are more relevant to the job you are applying for. Most of the websites give you the opportunity to post up to 5 resumes!

  • Use the search in the database of vacancies

If you know the position or specialty in which you want to work, then just enter its name in the query field and click “Find”. You should not limit the search to any category, because the employer can not always accurately select the category for the placement of the vacancy. During the search, you can apply various filters such as city, district, salary or type of employment.

  • Sign up for email alerts

Newsletter of new vacancies is a special service that analyzes daily new vacancies, and if among them there are those that suit you, send them to your email. Thus, once you have configured several newsletters for new vacancies, you can not constantly go to the site, but be sure that as soon as the necessary vacancy appears, it will be sent to you via email.

Put these simple tips into practice, and you will quickly see improvement in your job search results! However, for your job search, you can also use recruitment agencies. Want to know more about how they work? Read our article How to find a job in the Czech Republic: recruitment agencies and start your career immediately!

For more advice, visit our website and buy the e-book ”How to find a job in the Czech Republic?”.

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Veronika Khyzhniak

Hello, readers! My name is Veronika, and I come from Ukraine. I have been living in the Czech Republic for five years and definitely know many interesting and useful facts about this country! It is a pleasure to share them with you. Hopefully, you will like my posts! Enjoy :-)

6 thoughts on “How to Find a Job in the Czech Republic: Employment Websites

  1. My name is miah Rupchan, I am from Bangladeshi, actually I am looking job .I am working in Singapore as a forklift operator 9 year. Can u help me recruitment.

  2. Hi Veronika,

    I would like to ask about work permit issue after graduation from an online MBA program at a private university in Czech republic. So it is in a distance learning method and lasts 12 months so as a non-EU student Can I have a free access to the labor market after graduation from such MBA program even if it is online and earned at a private university?

    Many thanks for your time and support.
    Kind regards

  3. Hi my name is Jane a doctor with 8years experience,I did my degree in Voronezh state medical academy,I speak fluent Russian language, I work in Kenya and am a Kenyan by birth.i would like to work in sczech republic.kindly assist

    1. Hi Jane, thank you for your comment! Kindly please send an email where you describe your situation to, our consultants will be glad to help! Or perhaps would you like to have a consultation with us? The price for this meeting is 2420 CZK including VAT, let me know if you are interested!

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