Europe Language Jobs is an online job board specialised in candidates with languages and positions across Europe. Feel free to get in touch with our team with any questions or ideas that you may have. We would love to hear from you!
You can register by going to the ‘candidate’ section and filling in the whole candidate sign up form. Enter the security code and then click ‘Send information’ for your registration to be successful.
You will receive a confirmation email from Europe Language Jobs. You need to verify your account if not the account will not be active. If the e-mail address is not verified, User’s registration will not be processed and will be cancelled in 72 hours.
To get a 5 star profile you need provide a complete and detailed information. Upload your CV, and profile picture to be seen by companies. Make sure you have applied for at least one job offer. Moreover, remember to include all your languages and link your social media networks such as Facebook, LinkedIn etc. Also, by adding a cover letter the chances of becoming a 5 star candidate will increase.
In order to apply for a job offer you must first register online. To register, click on the ‘candidate’ area/tab on the top of the page, and register filling all the required fields. Remember: The more you fill the more attractive your profile will be to employees.
Once registered, search for jobs under the ‘Jobs’ section that best suit your skills and requirements, and with one simple click apply to the offers.I haven’t received a confirmation email. What should I do?
If you have an account with Europe Language Jobs and you don’t receive a verification email, you need to include in your email addresses the following email: email@example.com
Once you have saved the email address you need to request the email to verify your account.
This means that the company would like a certain level of language skills. If you would like to learn more about the different language levels, please refer to the link below and note that you will need to prove your level when applying for jobs.
Please bear in mind that the majority of companies that publish their job offers on Europe Language Jobs prefer to recruit candidates from the European Union. However, some companies are willing to provide a work permit/visa and will specify this in the job offer.
You will know your application has been successful when you receive an email from Europe Language Jobs confirming the application. (If this fails to happen after 24 hours please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org and explain what happened]
If the application process proceeds the company where you have applied will change the status of your application. (Europe Language Jobs does not get involved in this process]
However, if the status on your application in the website of Europe Language Jobs has been changed by the company then you will receive an email informing you about the change.
‘In process’ - Your application has been taken into account and is currently being reviewed.
‘Finalist’ - The application has been chosen amongst other(s] candidates to pass to the next step of the application process. At this point the company may contact you for the next step of the process.
‘Discarded’ - The application has been reviewed and considered however, the company has chosen not to process your application any further. This can be due to a lack of suitability or requirements for the position.
Note that the time for each step can vary and might take from a few days to months, depending on the recruitment needs and process of the company. Europe Language Jobs does not intervene in any of these steps, other than notifying you of when your application has been updated to any of the above.
The Europe Language Jobs webpage is in constant construction. If you encounter any problem or missing options please let us know by emailing us to: email@example.com and we will fix any problems the page may have in order to give you the best possible service.
Europe Language Jobs acts as meeting point between candidates and companies and does not intervene in the selection process. For that reason, we do not always know the reasons for the hiring or not of candidates. The companies are at all moments the ones who decide who enters in the selection process.
RSS allows you to receive on the moment, the new offers that are published in Europe Language Jobs and that coincide with your usual searches. In order to use it you need to have configured your feeds reader.
To know more about RSS: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/RSS