Thanks for such as nice article, I am an automotive electrical technician, fixing cars since last 20 years and thinking to settle in Norway, any chance for me to get a job in Norway? However, keep networking, keep trying and best of luck! I am currently 16 years old and living in Belgium. May perform additional duties as assigned including but not limited to maintaining records of mail; facing and canceling mail; making emergency carrier
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Store Manager - Oslo, Norway. Previous 1 2 3 4 5 Next. Jobs per page 25 50 Hi Dave , I enjoyed your article and most of it i enjoyed your response to all of them who writed on you. Im an architect bachelor degree, do i have a chance to find a job and live in Norway , bedsides i am married and have two little kids. But there is a problem that country I coming from is not accepted in EU.
Thank for sharing your great true story with us. I suggest you contact the UDI. Thank you for your reply, Last question; What if i find a job and somehow someone send me a job offer by Norwegian embloyer, and work for him and pays all taxes. For how much long i can take my family in Norway and beings like Norwegian citizen. I arrived here in mid October and am down around the Drammen area. Yes, things in Norway tend to be a bit more expensive.
I thought I was happy before, until I got a taste of Norwegian lifestyles here. Eric, I have a ton of respect for paramedics and first responders. I hope that everything continues to go well for you here. I wish you all the best of luck!
Very helpful from you Dave. Please I need you to assist me on how a black african hoping to survive in Norway for a year. Hello David, can I please get your email. Planning to come to Norway and would need your help. Hi Dave, Thank you for your answers. I would like to find a job in international trade sector.
I speak Engilish,Russian, Turkish and üould like to leanr Nowegian language. So I hope to find a job here eventually.
I have questions on first, I have organic chemistry background got my master in the US, in a phd program but due to my husband got offer in Tromso, so I quit organic chemistry ; and now studying geoscience marine environment etc. Hi Dave, I just stumbled on to your blog and I am very impressed with it.
There is no doubt that Norway is a fantastic place to live , but it also true, as you describe, that Norwegians are very insular and homogeneous; which makes it very difficult for expats or anyone that isnt born Norwegian to make it in Norway. We moved back to the states since it would be easier for me to work while my wife stayed home with our child, but with all this divisiveness of this administration, inequality, lack of a uniform health care system, violence, etc.
I often wondered if there were any Norwegian businesses that had any interest in hiring Americans, but usually Norwegians speak English well enough.
I always thought if I could just land an international job in Norway, I could have a career and my wife could have her Norwegian culture back. However, I have yet to find a Norwegian job posting for an American attorney. I got a kick out of your comment that Tronders only want to hire other Tronders; I am not surprised.
I am plannig to study at fisheries science in norway. What is the job situation for this sector? I want to settle in Norway After I have completed my course. Hi Dave I am a Cameroonian playing to move to Norway for better life. I have a BSC in political science and masters in public administration plus close to six years of professional experience with an NGO where I manage projects and programs. Please what are my chances of securing a good job while in Norway.
Hello Dave, thank you for your wonderful posts. Could we please communicate via email? Please advise and thank you so much for your time. I am a Mozambican national aged I graduated with a BSc Economics honors from university of Zimbabwe. I have more than ten years experience working as filling station manager and later promoted to regional fuel depot manager for Bp Zimbabwe. What do you think is much better option for getting a job in norway?
Getting masters from India, or studying masters from any university of Norway? We can also learn norwegian while studying for masters. And is the admission process easy for university for a non-european? Obviously, a Noregian Masters degree would be more useful for you to land a job in Norway. I cannot comment on the likelihood of you being accepted, but the programs here are very competitive.
Thanks a lot for the informative document. I am a 40 year old, married with two sons aged 10, 4. I am a media and journalism consultant with one degree. I have practiced journalism for years before but am currently more interested in church ministry. I am really interested. I have preached, pastored and counselled for over 20 of my years. What is best university where I can join and what are the job opportunities in Norway after my studies.
I am thanking you in advance for your assistance and advice. Hello Dave, You got us valuable information about norway, a dream country for me and my husband. I have a bachelors and masters degree in business. I am a govt college teacher. My husband has an MBBS and he is a doctor with working experience in a govt hospital. Your article inspired me to move to norway the sooner to pursue our dreams.
Thank you very much. I have a remote desktop software job with a good product based company in US. I a from India and I am recently in UK on dependant visa. I had decided to end my marriage and move on to live in peace somewhere far. I recently came to know that education is free for foreigners in Norway so I would like to study also.
I an veey much interested in social service activities and volunteeractivitues that will help others lives It will add great meaning and purpose to my life.
Since I already have a job at hand, will it be possible that i can directly apply for immigration. My salary though is ony around US dollars a year. Do you think I have a chance getting a job in Norway.
Thanks for such as nice article, I am an automotive electrical technician, fixing cars since last 20 years and thinking to settle in Norway, any chance for me to get a job in Norway? I found a part-time substitute teaching job here through friends of my husband but would like to move into the business industry and eventually have a full-time job.
Is it possible to find a job while studying at university? Is it difficult to get permanent residence in Norway? Hello dave, Im from Portugal and i will be moving to bergen next year because my awesome boyfriend got a huge job opportunity in Norway… i was thinking about getting any job at first but eventually i was hoping to become a cabin crew fly attendant in norway. I speak english, french, portuguese and still learning norsk and italian too!
Do you think i have any chance on fly industries in norway since im not native?? Really need some advice about the norwegian minds on this!! My question is can a diploma level from a technical university with over ten years of experience have a chance to get a job in Norway?
Available jobs differ from rig to rig and from employer to employer, but tend to be split into the following categories:. There is also a crew of administration staff including health and safety personnel and a catering team who take care of cleaning, washing and cooking, so despite the hours shifts, employees do you enjoy quite a lot of free time.
Qualified technical staff are also required in great numbers for office-based work. Engineers of all kinds are employed by Norwegian oil and gas companies, with the most vacancies in Oslo and Stavanger.
There is also demand for a great number of project administration staff, such as project managers, document controllers, procurement, and other standard business functions such as finance and HR. Many office-based roles are also project based, with firms employing people usually via agencies for a set period of time, usually one or two years. This helps companies deal with the fluctuation in the number of employees required when projects startup or are cancelled.
Norway's biggest employers in the oil and gas industry include Equinor formerly Statoil , the world's largest offshore operator with over 20, employees around the globe. The Government of Norway remains the company's largest shareholder.
AkerBP and Aker Solutions are other significant employers. International businesses including many American companies such as ExxonMobil also have operations in Norway. Many companies and recruitment agencies allow you to upload a CV even if there are no current vacancies, so you can be first in the queue when a vacancy does arise.
We are not a recruitment agency, so cannot provide personalised advice.
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