Go to navigation
Go to Eures homepage

Available jobs in Europe


The office in Borgartún 7b closes

The office in Borgartún 7b has been closed and EURES and the polish department have moved again to Engjateigur 11 (from 29th of January 2010).
The following service is now situated in Engjateigur; EURES EURopean Employment Service, all service to non-Icelandic speaking job-seekers and beneficiaries and assistance to those who looking for jobs abroad.
View Engjateigur 11 on a map

Search for job
Directorate of labour in Iceland
Intercultural Centre
Multicultural Centre
Euraxess Iceland - Get direct access

News & announcements

7. May 2015

Ertu að flytja til Noregs, Danmerkur eða Svíþjóðar ?

Norræna félagið í samstarfi við Halló Norðurlönd og EURES - evrópska vinnumiðlun standa fyrir upplýsingafundum um flutning til Noregs, Svíþjóðar og Danmerkur.

16. March 2015

Hefur þú áhuga á að starfa í Noregi ?

EURES evrópsk vinnumiðlun í Noregi í samstarfi við EURES á Íslandi stendur fyrir starfakynningu mánudaginn 23. mars 2015 frá kl. 15:00 - 20:00 í fundarsal á jarðhæð Centerhotel Plaza við Aðalstræti 4.


25 November 20107.9076.01913.926

A specific proviso must be made in the evaluation of the unemployment rate, for example, about 20% included in the number of these figures are receiving part-time benefits.

Confirmation of job search
Unemployment benefits information
Forms and applications

Focus on

EURES helps German jobseekers find new opportunities in the Swiss countryside

Many vacancies in the tourism sector go unfulfilled each year – hence a new cooperation allowing German jobseekers to meet potential employers, with the help of EURES.
Text last edited on: 12/2010

EURES Estonia - forming partnerships to protect the rights of jobseekers

EURES Estonia and NGO MTÜ Living for Tomorrow have partnered up to protect mobile jobseekers against fraudulent and abusive employers.
Text last edited on: 11/2010

How language learning can lead to new opportunities

An ongoing cooperation between EURES in the Swedish-speaking Åland Islands and a Germany-based language school is allowing skilled, unemployed German jobseekers to gain practical experience in a beautiful location.
Text last edited on: 11/2010

Control panel

Decrease text size Increase text size Visually impaired mode
Á íslensku