Living and Working in Iceland

Seasonal jobs in Iceland:

Work can be found In Iceland in country hotels, off road tour companies or holiday farms, bars and restaurants. Jobs are also offered in fish processing plants which are located in the fishing villages and towns around the coast of Iceland as well as on farms throughout the country.

Au Pairs usually need some childcare experience but won’t always need to be able to speak Icelandic. Au pairs live with host families, looking after the children and perform basic domestic duties such as cleaning. Wages are often low but food and accommodation is usually included.

If you intend to visit Iceland, on holiday, a business trip, to study, work, volunteer or as an emigrant you should get up to date and accurate information from the official website of the Icelandic Directorate Of Immigration.

For up to date information on visa requirements, you can also check with the Embassy or Consulate of Iceland before you travel.

More information about Iceland:

Working Holiday Visas

Voluntary work