Jobs in Romania for EU citizens
The European Union’s principle
of free movement of workers means that you can get a job in any
country of the European Union, as well as in Norway, Iceland and
Liechtenstein (also known as the EEA countries) and Switzerland.
Romania does not apply any restrictions on the access to
its labour market by citizens of EU/EEA or Switzerland.
If you are interested to get a job in Romania, please access the European
Job Mobility Portal, https://www.eures.europa.eu, section Jobseekers,
and initiate the search for a job following some basic steps.Please
The NAE’s portal is also
hosting the national EURES website, https://www.eures.anofm.ro,
which offers you the possibility to contact the Romanian EURES advisers (click here)
trained specialists who are able to provide you information
and advice on finding a job in Romania.
By clicking on the section “Living and working condition
in Romania” of the same website (click
here) you can ensure that you are well-informed about
the living and working conditions in Romania.
If you are not an EU/EEA/Switzerland citizen, you need an
work authorization in order to work legally in Romania. The work authorization must be requested
by Romanian employers in accordance with
the issuing procedure provided by the national legal framework. The institution which releases the work authorization is
the General Inspectorate for Immigration. For
more information please click