Licensed veterinarians

Unspecified place of work

Licensed veterinarians

2021-09-11

Terms

Type of employment

Permanent employment

Length

Permanent employment

Working hours

Full-time

Wage conditions

Fixed

Application

Final application date

2022-02-28

Date of publication

2021-09-11

If you are a licensed veterinarian considering the Swedish labour market you can send in your application on this page. 
 
We accept your CV and Cover letter in English and match this with current job offers. Job offers can be all over Sweden.
 
We advice you as well to register for the uppcoming online event Swedish Day on the 21st of October 11 am to 3 pm. You can send applications directly to participating companies when they have registered. On the day of the online event you chan chat with them live. https://www.europeanjobdays.eu/en/events/swedish-day-2021
 
According to our latest figures there is a need of 350 licensed veterinarians in Sweden. Currently, we are in contact with several Swedish employers who cannot find the sufficient amount of veterinarians in Sweden and therefor they have decided, with the help of us, to look for licensed veterinarians outside of Sweden.
 
When coming to work in Sweden as a veterinarian learning the Swedish language is important. Colleagues can speak English and will initially assist you communicate with customers in Swedish, as well as written administrational tasks. There are several online Swedish lessons that you can start with that can be found on the Web. 
 
You need to have a veterinary license to work as a veterinarian in Sweden. It is preferred that you have experience from the profession as well. In addition you need to apply for a veterinarian license with Jordbruksverket in Sweden. Your future employer can help you with this.
 
 
 
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Final application date 2022-02-28

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About the company

Arbetsförmedlingen Eures helps jobseekers to find jobs and employers to recruit from all over Europe

The European Union’s principle of free movement of workers is considered one of the most important rights of EU citizens. It means that you can move to any EU Member State, as well as Iceland, Liechtenstein, Norway and Switzerland to look for and take up a job.

Launched in 1994, EURES is a European cooperation network of employment services, designed to facilitate the free movement of workers. The network has always worked hard to ensure that European citizens can benefit from the same opportunities, despite language barriers, cultural differences, bureaucratic challenges, diverse employment laws and a lack of recognition of educational certificates across Europe.