January 4th, 2024 at 06:40 am
Romania Construction Jobs With Visa Sponsorship for Foreign Workers ($12 – $15 an hour)
Expats looking for work in Romania can choose from a variety of industries. The country’s telecommunications industry is rapidly expanding, as is its aircraft industry. Important industries include machine manufacturing, metallurgy, textiles, and chemicals. These sectors were the driving force behind the country’s economic growth throughout the first decade of the twenty-first century, as manufacturers began to focus on global exports rather than domestic sales. These industries, for example, provided about 35% of the country’s GDP in 2007.
Construction now accounts for almost 10% of GDP, making Romania more appealing to foreign real estate investors. As noted in our section on transportation in Romania, the new motorway expansion is one of the major construction projects now ongoing. Local manufacturers such as Dacia, whose Logan model was the best-selling new car in Central and Eastern Europe in the first half of 2007, are also thriving in Romania.
Romania is well ahead of the competition in Eastern Europe in terms of IT, with around 64,000 IT specialists in 2013—the highest rate in Europe and sixth in the world in terms of overall population. As a result, Romania has a lot to offer foreign workers who desire to live there.
Searching For a Job in Romania
There are numerous opportunities to assist you in obtaining your dream career in Romania. National newspapers publish job listings, however, they are usually only in Romanian. However, The Diplomat, Bucharest, Nine O’Clock, and Ziarul Financiar all have English-language websites.
The British Council Romania (if you want to teach English), EURES (European Job Mobility Portal), and the National Agency for Employment (NAE) Romania (this site is in Romanian) are all job search websites that can help you get closer to your goal. The government is in charge of Romania’s labor agency, the NAE. There are numerous career opportunities accessible, but you will need to learn Romanian or figure out how to translate the page.
Applying for a job in Romania is very simple; however, some procedures differ slightly from those in other countries. If you’re drafting an application letter, make sure it’s typed, though some employers prefer handwritten letters. Although it might be helpful to bring your credentials to the interview, it is not typically necessary, and Romanian employers will now accept them under EU regulations. Job interviews, like any other, should center on why you are the best applicant for the job. Many occupations will require two interviews, and interviews are usually conducted in English.
Romania Construction Jobs With Visa Sponsorship
1. Cleanroom Construction Technician
Responsibilities are (but are not limited to):
- All aspects of carpentry, as well as drywall installation, floor tiles, walls and ceilings, cleanroom installation, and/or cabinetry work, are required.
- Responsible for the physical movement of heavy materials (lifting and carrying).
- Assist with cleanroom assembly and component installation.
- Prior expertise in carpentry, maintenance, or other relevant fields is preferred.
Position Qualifications and Requirements:
- Experience with ISO/cleanrooms is preferred.
- Knowledge of maintenance tools and equipment Ability to handle a physical task
- Ability to prioritize and multitask Ability to work well in groups
2. Landscape Crew Member
About the role
- Provides assistance in the installation of walks, decks, and patios.
- Provides assistance with the lighting and irrigation systems.
- It is possible to plant trees, shrubs, annuals, and perennials.
- Applying mulch and soil amendments to the soil.
- Carries out activities related to general maintenance.
Desirable Personal Attributes
- Strong commitment to one’s work
- Trustworthy and professional.
- have outstanding abilities in interacting with others.
- possesses integrity and a constructive and upbeat attitude to life
- Physical Prerequisites To Meet
- Candidates are required to have a robust back and a high level of physical stamina.
- It is possible to lift big root balls that weigh up to 300 pounds at times.
- Can lift fifty pounds.
- Education and Training High school diploma or General Equivalency Diploma
- Either a bachelor’s degree or a comparable amount of professional experience is desirable
- A valid driver’s license from the state of Pennsylvania; a spotless driving record; and the ability to operate a pickup truck with a standard gearbox
Romanian Social Security
Romania has an excellent social security system. When a person reaches the regular retirement age and has paid the required amount of contributions, he or she is entitled to an old-age pension under the first pillar (public pension system). As of January 2015, the retirement age for men is 65, while for women it is 59 years and 7 months. In January 2015, the minimum contribution duration for both rose to 15 years.
A survivor pension can be paid to the spouse or child of a deceased person who was a first-pillar pensioner or otherwise entitled to a pension. If the survivor is a spouse, they must have been married for at least ten years, and all survivor pension recipients must be of retirement age.
Those who have lost at least half of their working capacity due to injury or disease are eligible for invalidity pensions. This covers occupational accidents and diseases. There is no minimum contribution period required to get an invalidity pension.
If you are unemployed involuntarily, you must file a claim for unemployment compensation within 12 months of being out of work. You must actively seek employment.
As an expat, you will be assigned a social security number, and your company will deduct contributions. However, if you relocate to another country and there are no social security agreements between Romania and that country, you may lose the payout on these.
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