Finding work in Malta is understandably one of the biggest concerns for people who are considering moving there. There are a number of ways you can go about it, mainly depending on the type of work you are looking for.
Working in Malta: Recruitment agencies
I have had far more success going through recruitment agencies than trying to apply for jobs on my own, although Bee was the opposite. These are some agents I have dealt with:
iGaming, Customer Service and IT
Krysta Vella, Betting Connections
Krysta helped me to get my dream job – she could do the same for you. Very friendly, encouraging and helpful; just what you need from a good recruiter!
Nuria de la Fuente, SpotOn Connections
I got in contact with Nuria before even moving to Malta – she was very helpful and tried hard to find jobs for Bee and I. At least one reader of this site has already found work through her!
I earn a bonus if you find work through either Krysta or Nuria, so best of luck!
Legal and IT
Martina Muscat, Nicholls Moisa – firstname.lastname@example.org
Vikte Vaitiekute, Nicholls Moisa – email@example.com
Maltese Job sites
Guidance for Non-EU Family Members
EU Nationals and their Family Members (including spouse) have automatic right to live and reside in Malta thanks to Freedom of Movement laws. That is a fact.
When applying for jobs, include something like this to make sure the potential employer knows they can legally hire you:
It may also be worth checking out the Jobsplus page about Working in Europe.
Best of luck!