Websites and jobbanks
www.workindenmark.dk is the official Danish website for international recruitement. The site offers information on how to find a relevant job, how to write an application, what to do in a job interview, etc. The site also has a job and CV bank. Work in Denmark also has an office at the International Citizen Service West at the river in Aarhus. Find their contact information on their website.
www.jobbank.dk and its university specific subsites. Here you can find student jobs, internships, and full-time positions. On the bottom of the page you can find a link to your university's job bank. Universities usually post campus jobs here. If you speak Danish use the Danish site as they will have more openings.
Other job sites:
- www.stepstone.dk/en(only in Danish)
- www.randstad.dk(only in Danish)
- it-jobbank.dk (IT-jobs) (only in Danish)
- www.adecco.dk (temporary positions)
https://jobbank.au.dk/da/ is Aarhus University's job- and project bank for students and graduates.
Job search services
Work in Denmark is a public employment service for highly qualified international candidates looking for a job in Denmark.
Located at the International Citizen Service West in the center of Aarhus, WorkinDenmark can help you:
- Get a realistic view of your jon opportunities
- write a short and effective cover letter and CV targeted towards Danish employers.
- Make sure that your CV and cover letter is visible to potential Danish employers.
WorkinDenmark also offers free of charge job seminars, covering e.g.:
- What is important to Danish employers?
- Motivation letter, CV and job interview
- Tips for your job search - how to improve your opportunities in Denmark?
Find the address and office hours of WorkinDenmark and a wide range of information for your jobsearch at WorkinDenmark's website:
The International Employment Unit, Aarhus Jobcenter
If you are an accompanying spouse or partner to an international specialist worker, an international job seeker, or a repat, then you are entitled to assistance and practical support in your job search from the International Employment Unit of the Aarhus Jobcenter. This assistance is only possible if you are not currently receiving benefits from the unemployment fund or from social security payments.
You are welcome to contact the International Employment Unit to learn more about your possibilities. Please send an email or call to schedule a meeting and get closer to finding a job in Denmark:
Camilla Johansen, Business Consultant, tel.: (+45) 41 85 60 80, email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Mette Skautrup, Business Consultant, tel.: (+45) 41 85 48 57, mail: email@example.com