We open the door for mobile workers.
In Slovenia, you can find employment via:
Publish your CV in the EURES CV database.
Complete your application for a job vacancy in the Slovene language. Employers may also collect applications in other languages, most frequently English and German.
Submit your EUROPASS CV with a cover letter .
You may also find help preparing your Slovene-language CV on the PoiščiDelo.si portal .
Are you interested in starting up a business in Slovenia? The EU is making it easier to set up a new company thanks to electronic points of single contact and physical one-stop shops .
Transferring unemployment benefits while looking for a job in Slovenia
If you want to look for a job in Slovenia, you may carry on receiving your unemployment benefits from your local employment office under certain conditions for a period of three months (which can be extended up to six months).
In order to transfer unemployment benefits successfully you will need to apply for a portable document U2 (authorisation to export your unemployment benefits) at your national employment service and submit the form to the Employment service of Slovenia once you arrive.
Read the publication Finding a Job in Europe.
Find out more about your pension rights, healthcare rights, unemployment benefits, family benefits and other social security rights in different European countries.
Watch some success stories of mobile workers in Slovenia: