Malta is a really fun place for people to live, work and play in. If you are one of the many people who want to go live and work in an exciting country, you'll first need to research available jobs as well as prepare for your trip. Here is a quick guide to help you get started on your search for jobs in Malta.
Newspapers and Magazines
A great place to start looking for work in Malta is to consult local newspapers and magazines. There are many daily, weekly and monthly papers that have a classified section with open job listings. Look for the online versions of these newspapers. There are both English and Maltese papers for you to consult. You may also want to consult specialised trade magazines that are specific to your industry, as they will have listings all throughout the world.
There are many recruitment agencies both in Malta as well as in the UK that are worth checking out. The agency will have insider knowledge about job openings as well as which industries hirer at what times of the year. Look at the Maltese yellow pages to find recruitment agencies, or search online for their websites.
Searching for job openings online is a great way to find out about jobs as soon as they're posted. You'll get to browse hundreds of different jobs, which is great if you are not sure what type of work you're after. With job websites, make sure you check them often as they are constantly being updated with new work opportunities.
If there is a specific company or corporation you are interested in working for, be sure to check out their website. Most large businesses will have a human resource page with job listings. Many times you'll even be able to apply through the website and submit your CV online.
If you have friends or family, definitely consult them for advice on any potential job openings, especially if they work for a company that appeals to you. Not only will they have first-hand knowledge of job openings in the business, but they will also be able to give you a recommendation and help you get your foot in the door. They'll also have valuable knowledge about what it's like to live and work in Malta.
Once you have found a job that looks appealing to you, the next step is to get your CV in order and fill out the necessary job applications. It's important that you spend a bit of time with your CV as it will outline all of your work experience as well as skills and education. Once your application and CV have been sent off, you'll then need to brush up on your interview skills. You will likely be interviewed on the phone, and for some jobs you might be required to go to Malta in person to have a secondary interview.
Jeff Matura has been duck hunting since he was 14 years old in the Midwest including the states of Iowa, Kansas, and Missouri. Jeff has years of experience hunting ducks in marshes, reservoirs, and rivers including the Mississippi River.About the Author:
Jeff Matura has been fishing during the open water season and through the ice for over twenty years in the Midwest including the Mississippi River for crappie, walleye, and bass.Â Jeff also spentÂ considerable time duck hunting in the states of Iowa, Kansas, Missouri, and Oklahoma.