GOOD WAGES IN SWITZERLAND, HOW DO WE ARRANGE THAT?
- When do you want to go to Switzerland?
- Would you like to work in a modern or authentic organisation? In a lively city or rather in the middle of the Alps?
- Grow as a healthcare professional?
- Which specialization are you interested in?
- A small clinic or a large one?
- Let us know your wishes and we will present your profile to all the appropriate practices.
- Our complete intermediation is free of charge for you as a job seeker.
- Do you already speak German or French well or do you want to learn ?
- Many clinics allow you to start if you speak and understand German reasonably.
- For the French language it is important to master at least B1 level before starting to work.
- Within two years at the latest, you will have to pass a German or French exam at level B2.
- It is useful to take a German or French course in advance, which costs about 40 euros a month.
- According to your wishes, we will introduce you to a suitable clinic.
- Over the phone, you decide if you can mean something for each other.
- Perhaps you’d like to work in a practice for a day?
- Travel costs for an introductory interview will be covered for you.
- Are you planning to work full-time (42 hours) or part-time?
- Are you very flexible or do you want fixed days off?
- Together with the clinic, you determine the conditions and thus what you will earn.
- The average monthly salary differs from canton to canton.
- We can help you negotiate.
- 5.300CHF (about 5.000€) to 5.700CHF is usual as a starter, in Zurich and Zug this amount is higher.
- After deducting insurance and taxes, you will have about 4,000 euros net.
- We offer good guidance through our step-by-step plan.
- As soon as you have signed your contract, you can open a bank account and apply for a residence permit at the municipal office.
- We know some useful websites where you can quickly find suitable housing.
- Are you looking for a room, a studio or, for example, a furnished apartment?
- Housing can cost twice as much as you are used to.
- To start as a healthcare professional, you must submit your translated diploma and your Certificate of Current Professional Status (CCPS) to the Swiss Red Cross. (SRK)
- The SRK will quickly give you the SRK Precheck, with which you know your diploma can get recognised.
- The SRK will then evaluate your diploma within three months.
- As soon as you have passed your German or French examination at level B2, you will receive official recognition from the Swiss Red Cross.
- Initiating the SRK procedure costs 600CHF and obtaining the certificate will cost an additional 540CHF.
- During the process of recognition you can already start work in Switzerland.
Most recent vacancies
Would you like to live & work as a nurse in Bern? Nurse CH Bern Permanent job 5000/6000 min/maxMeer info
Would you like to live & work as a nurse in Zurich? Nurse CH Zürich / Schaffhausen Permanent job 5000/6000 min/maxMeer info
Would you like to live & work as a nurse in Aarau? Nurse CH Aargau Permanent job 5000/6000 min/maxMeer info