|Non EU citizens|
|Wednesday, 27 April 2011 12:55|
Non EU citizens
At Vaughan Systems we have over three hundred teachers that come from an array of different cultural backgrounds. The fact that there is such diversity in terms of origin amongst our team of teachers, makes working at Vaughan Systems an attractive and vibrant company to work for. Many of our team were born and raised outside of the E.U., however, the process of attaining a work permit in Spain can, unfortunately, be a long and arduous task.
In order to work legally in Spain an employee needs to hold both a NIE and a social security number. This enables them to be listed on the Spanish tax system and to be eligible for healthcare. Without these official documents, it is not possible to work legally in Spain.
If you have an EU passport, you are entitled to obtain a NIE and social security number and we are able to arrange an appointment for you to register for these documents. If you do not have a EU passport or an unrestricted work visa, however, then you are not immediately eligible for the documents needed to register on the tax and insurance system in Spain. If you are able to obtain the papers needed to work in Spain, then we are interested in hearing from you. Please read the following points about how to attain a visa:
At Vaughan Systems we recruit and train all throughout the year; so once you have possession of either an EU passport or an unrestricted* work visa, we’ll be happy to review your application. Due to the nature of our recruitment process, and the multiple stages that it entails, we are unable to support an applicant’s application for acquiring such a work visa.
*To work with us you must legally be available to work full-time. We are unable to hire candidates on a student visa or on any type of visa that restricts the amount of hours you can work.
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|Last Updated on Monday, 09 May 2011 15:07|