Our job offer
The best multinational companies are looking for multilinguals to join their teams in the prestigious city of Lisbon.
We are looking for people with a great desire to learn and grow professionally.
You will work with the latest technology in an amazing country.
Looking for a turning point in your career? Work in Portugal as a Customer Service Agent for your mother tongue of some of the world’s largest companies.
You will have to provide a customer-friendly service promoting a positive relationship with the brand. You will manage customer queries and solve all their questions and doubts.
Are you up for the challenge?This is your opportunity
- Accommodation (single room in shared flat)
- Refund of the plane ticket
- Renewable fixed-term contract
- Specialized training
- Private health insurance
- Free Portuguese classes
- Free sports activities and events organised by the company
- 12th grade
- Computer skills
- Good communication and problem solving skills
- Experience in managing your own time
Everything you need to know to live and work in Lisbon
Read our complete and always updated guide, which helps you to know and understand how to work in Portugal, what documents are needed, how to get them, useful offices, and provide you with many other useful information.
In the first 10 years of 2000 Portugal, like other European nations, experienced a serious economic crisis, which undermined the country’s economic and productive fabric.
But in spite of this, the Portuguese capital did not suffer as much. On the contrary, thanks to a series of interventions and measures aimed at supporting its economy – incentives for small and mediumsized enterprises – Lisbon has become one of the most attractive cities in Europe for young people looking for a job abroad.
Over the last few years, many Europeans begun to consider moving to the Lusitanian capital, looking for a way to build a new life and career.
So let’s see concretely, how to live and work in Lisbon, what documents are necessary to live there, and other useful information. Are you ready to move?
If you decide to look for a job in Lisbon, keep in mind that knowing and speaking a little
Portuguese will help you a lot.
Most job interviews are conducted in your native Language , and showing up in front of the recruiter with a certain amount of practicality with the language is very much appreciated.
If you decide to apply with us to work in Portugal for the UK market, you will not have to do an interview in Portuguese, because the recruiter will speak English like you.
In Portugal, English is spoken, but only as a second language.
Learn at least the basics of Portuguese can be the first trump card to open up interesting scenarios in front of you, especially if you want to make a career in the companies you work for.
To get started there are many online courses on the Internet, to get familiar with the language without spending money.
To learn Portuguese language our advice is to enrol in a course at some public school. You can do this before you leave otherwise you can do it as soon as you arrive in the City.
Besides grammar lessons also reading books or newspapers in Portuguese, watching films and finally practising speaking with a native speaker will help you a lot
Be careful! If you apply for a job position with us and you are successful in the Interview, the company will offer you free Portuguese language courses.
The curriculum vitae
This article will give you some tips to adapt your CV to work in Lisbon. Having a good grasp of the Portuguese job application process and presenting your application and yourself in a way that Portuguese employers expect will help ensure you come across in the right way to potential employers.
In Lisbon there are a lot of opportunities for foreign workers; however, having a good
understanding of spoken and written English and Portuguese( also if not necessary) as well as other European languages, is a distinct advantage.
You will see how quick, easy and immediate it is to get a job in Portugal, relying on our qualified and reliable services. Send your curriculum vitae now!
Remember that your CV must be easy to read, clearly written, honest, well-organized, highlighting the most relevant information and your strengths, have good presentation and no spelling or grammar errors.
If you are applying for a particular position, highlight your experience in that area is important. In the case of a spontaneous application, play it more on your skills and attitudes.
Lisbon, is a multicultural and cosmopolitan city.
Fortunately, recruiters do not discriminate on the basis of ethnicity, origin and sexual orientation during an interview. Be yourself, is the most important thing!
Are you moving to Portugal?
First things first. Let’s get you set up with the necessary documents to make life easier for you.
So what documents do you need?
- NIF, número de contribuinte: If you want to start working in Portugal, one of the first things you will need to sort out is getting a tax file number or NIF (“Número de Identificação Fiscal”). It is also called a contribution number (“número de contribuinte”). To obtain a Portuguese NIF, you will need to submit an application to the tax authorities of Portugal. You can apply for a NIF In person, by visiting the local tax office called “Finanças” or go to a citizen’s shop “loja do cidadão” if that is closer to your home.
- NIS: after NIF, the next important document required to work in Portugal is the Social Security Number. You can easily get it at Segurança Social
- Residence Permit (Cartão de Residência). You can get this at the Portuguese Immigration Office. Usually this isn’t needed if you’re an EU citizen and in Portugal for under three months.
If you apply for a job position with us and the interview is successful, we will provide you with all the documentation you need to live and work in Lisbon! Send your curriculum vitae now!
Offices and useful websites
Live in Lisbon
The Portuguese capital is ther perfect place for the youngest people who come to the Portuguese capital to give a change in their professional life.
The Portuguese city stands on 7 hills (yes, just like Rome!) and is full of culture, history and green spaces.
It is wonderful also for those who love the sea. The the Atlantic Ocean is only about twenty minutes from the city centre.
Thanks to a mild climate that lasts most of the year, those who work often take advantage of the lunch break to visit beaches near Lisbon to relax under the sun.
Lisbon does not have a rowdy or chaotic atmosphere.
The most popular means of transport is the metro, which we highly recommend (preferred to buses and trams).
Lisbon is also the perfect destination for those looking for a quiet and safe place. Statistics show that Portugal is the third country in the world with the lowest crime rate. This must be taken into account.
The cost of living in the Portuguese capital is low. Food prices are cheap, much lower than in Italy and other European countries. Regarding the rent the peripheral areas are more affordable.
Compared to many other European capitals. Lisbon is well known for entertainment and culture.
The Portuguese capital’s weekends are full of events of all kinds: music, concerts, theatre shows, art exhibitions and trade fairs.
In Lisbon you’ll never get bored, you’ll always find something to do. Lisbon it’s simply a cool city with a lot going on.