There’s good news if you want to start working while studying in Sweden. In Sweden, unlike many other countries, you are permitted to work while studying if you have a valid residency permission (student visa). That’s all you’ll need.
If you are from an EU/EEA country, you can even work in Sweden after you finish your degree program. If not, you’ll need to contact the Migration Board, which can help you apply for a visa extension and provide you with any additional information you require.
Finding a part-time employment in Sweden is challenging, according to many international students. This is how some native students feel at times as well. This is due to a number of factors, the first of which is that most part-time jobs need you to speak Swedish. This isn’t true for every job, but it is for the vast majority of available positions. It will take some time to find jobs for people who speak various languages, and you must be deliberate about it.
In order to fit this position, you are expected to possess these qualities:
Passionate about customer service and a positive mindset
Excellent team working skills and high level of flexibility
Curious and eager to learn new things and share your ideas
Professional communications skills – Including professional skills in Swedish and English
Preferably you are a university student – with planned studies for the coming years – that can combine your studies and supporting us in a flexible manner.
If this sounds like you, get in touch!
Next steps Screening of applications will start immediately and continue to the 09/01/2022. If we find the candidate, we are looking for we may end the recruitment process earlier. For more information, you’re welcome to contact Claudia Franzén, [email protected] + 46 76 6967502
Please be aware that any applications or CVs coming through email or direct messages will not be accepted or considered.