New spring jobs for healthcare workers in Scandinavia

13. April 2023.

The spring warming has brought new tenders from Scandinavia for healthcare workers who want to continue building their careers abroad, and Denmark, Sweden and Norway are looking for specialists to join hospital teams.

Denmark is mostly looking for specialists in psychiatry and radiology as well as doctors of dental medicine with at least three years of work experience who can take over the practice. In addition, tenders are open for the resident positions of specialists in gynecology, breast surgery, emergency medicine, pathology, urology, and internal medicine specialists with subspecializations in gastroenterology, pulmonology, cardiology, or geriatrics.

Sweden has the greatest need for nurses with experience in anesthesia and intensive care interested in specializing in anesthesia and intensive care in Sweden. Hospitals also need specialists in gynecology, psychiatry, oncology, pathology, emergency medicine, anesthesiology, pulmonology, and specialists in child and adolescent psychiatry.

There are also announced vacancies for nurses, medical technicians and neurology specialists.

Norwegian hospitals are in the greatest need for doctors specializing in psychiatry, specialists in pathology, radiology, and specialists in child and adolescent psychiatry.

The competitions are open for applications until May 15, and job interviews will be held during May and June. The expected start of work is at the beginning of 2024.

The recruitment process in Scandinavia begins with your application, which includes your CV and portfolio. This is followed by an online interview with the hospital when you have the opportunity to ask your questions, introduce yourself and get a first impression of the future workplace. Then follows a visit to the hospital and the city where you will live, and after the job is accepted, an online language course begins, during which a scholarship is provided. In addition, all assistance during relocation is provided, such as translation of documentation, provision of accommodation, kindergarten and school for children, and business offers for partners.

Scandinavian countries have an excellent health and social system, numerous opportunities for education and career advancement, and a perfect work-life balance. The beautiful nature offers various options for outdoor recreation, and the rich culture and history will delight culture lovers. Find out more about Scandinavia and the possibilities of healthcare professionals in the reviews.

So don’t wait – apply and balance your life in Scandinavia.

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