English jobs in Barcelona

English jobs in Barcelona

International talent forms a key part of Barcelona’s workforce and as an expat, you’ll find an endless variety of jobs in Barcelona for people with language skills!

Barcelona has an excellent track record for attracting large multinational companies over the years and has become a destination of choice for foreign investment. It is also one of the most attractive cities for Shared Service Centres.

Aside from this, Barcelona has emerged as one of the leading European cities for technology and innovation, with the start-up scene booming and many (international) entrepreneurs setting up their businesses in Barcelona.

For these reasons, most companies are always looking for internationals, there are plenty of jobs in Barcelona, especially when it comes to the ‘harder to source’ languages such as Danish, Dutch, German, Norwegian and Swedish.

We want to wish you the best of luck with your job search!

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Jobs in Barcelona blogs

From content to layout – this article explains everything you need to know about preparing a CV to apply for Jobs in Barcelona and the rest of Spain. ​

If you’re starting your new job as an expat in Barcelona, there are a few things you should know about the Spanish work culture.   

Do you have questions regarding the challenges of finding a job in Barcelona as an expat? Read our latest blog for useful tips!

From cost savings to collaboration opportunities, coworking spaces make for ideal offices. So why not reap the benefits of the Coworking spaces in Barcelona?

In week of the Work in Barcelona! month we will discuss the best job search tools and how to level up your social media presence, as well as why you should come to our job fair!

When working in Barcelona, it is crucial to understand the Spanish work culture. In week 2 of the Work in Barcelona! month, we discuss everything from payslips, calling in sick and job search tools to the business landscape in Barcelona and relocating.

Need some help with your job search in Barcelona or want to know more about working in BCN? Check out ‘Work in Barcelona!’, from Monday 2nd May – Tuesday 31st May.

Understanding your payslip is of course very important. After reading this article, you will be able to with more ease!

Work in Barcelona: Meet Svojmir – Recruitment Team Lead at DataForce by TransPerfect. Sybil Guillem interviewed Svojmir Sazavsky for Barcelona Expat Life about his experience as expat in Barcelona.

Living in Barcelona is great, but it is important to have an idea of the costs of living, housing, private and public healthcare and how to establish a social life and network. In the last week of the Work in Barcelona! month we discuss all these things, so you’re fully ready to start your life in the city!

Find new career and networking opportunities by updating your LinkedIn profile with the help of these 10 tips!

Work in Barcelona

Work in Barcelona: Meet Ivan – Language Team Lead at TELUS International AI Data Solutions. Marta Dansó Llaquet interviewed Ivan for Barcelona Expat Life about his experience as Expat in Barcelona.

Read our article to find out if you’re eligible for El Paro (unemployment benefit) in Spain and how to apply in Barcelona.

To be able to work in Barcelona, you will need to arrange a NIE, empadronamiento, seguridad social, a bank account and taxes. There are many things to take into regard, all of which we discuss in week 3 of the Work in Barcelona month!

Working in Barcelona

Do you have unanswered questions about working in Barcelona as an expat? Find answers to the most frequently asked questions regarding all things work related.

Do you want to read more about the experience of Germans in Barcelona? Or are you curious about the differences between a German and a Spanish CV? Barcelona Expat Life has organised the German Week. Read the week recap here.

The Beckham Law is a special tax regime in Spain whereby you can keep on being taxed as a non-resident for your first 6 years in the country. Find out more here!

Are you looking for a multilingual job in Barcelona?

 

The Work in Barcelona! Job Fair is the place to be! The fair will take place on Tuesday, October 4th at Eroica Caffè Barcelona, from 10:30 until 14:30.

 

Entrance is free with online registration. Tickets are limited!