Living and Working in Romania

Information & guidance about seasonal jobs in Romania

Seasonal jobs in Romania

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Business Development Representative – German-English needed in Dublin, Ireland

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Swedish Sales Representative needed in Dublin, Ireland

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French-English Business Development Representative needed in Dublin, Ireland

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Swedish Business Development Representative needed in Dublin, Ireland

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TUI Football Coach | EU & UK Nationals | Work Abroad

Work can be found teaching English particularly in cities such as Timisoara, and Bucharest. Accommodation is often provided.

Romania Visa Information: If you intend to visit Romania, 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 Romania Department Of Foreign Affairs.

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

 

Where to volunteer in Romania

Bucharest: This is Romania’s capital, the 6% largest city in the EU and the center of everything cultural and financial. Bucharest has had a long and very interesting history, which has most recently seen it be affected by two world wars and communist occupation. Today, the city is highly flourishing with incredible architecture, a drive for economic development and one of the most important hubs of activity in all of Eastern Europe. Those who are interested in voluntary work in Romania will find plenty of opportunities in the nation’s capital.

Another popular location for volunteering in Romania is the medieval city of Brasov. The city is centered in the infamous province of Transylvania, featuring a preserved historical center which also benefits from a beautiful countryside. Other potential cities to find voluntary work in Romania can include Cluj-NapocaOradea and Sinaia, all smaller cities with more unique characteristics in medieval forms.