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Support with job hunting

The network of migration service centres includes seven centres. These centres are based in branches of the National Employment Service.

The centres help returnees in the following areas:

  • Job hunting:
    • The centres provide information on vacancies.
    • The centres give information on jobs in the public sector as well as seasonal jobs.
  • The centres make referrals to training programmes and also offer advice.

This advice for example includes:

  • opportunities to make use of employment incentives,
  • subsidies for starting your own business.
Worth knowing in Belgrade and other towns and cities Serbian free of charge returnees under the readmission agreement as well as voluntary returnees
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Advice on all aspects of reintegration

You can get information and advice from the German Information Centre for Migration, Training and Employment (DIMAK). Each consultation is designed exclusively to meet your needs.

This offer is aimed at:

  • Returnees from Germany and other countries
  • Locals who are interested in emigrating to Germany

DIMAK helps you with your return and reintegration and can refer you to the appropriate agencies. These can be governmental and non-governmental institutions dealing with areas like:

  • Job hunting in Serbia
  • How to start your own business in Serbia
  • How to assert your rights The opportunities that may be available
  • “Social protection” as a key concept
  • Improving your qualifications
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Job search training courses

Roma Education Fund training courses help you look for a job.

There are various training courses available. For example, you can learn how to improve your CV and letters of application.

The staff can advise you on which training course is better for you.

If you would like to attend a training course, write an email.
You will find further details on the website.

You do not have to pay for these services.

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Application training

The Roma Centre can help you look for a job. It offers various training courses. You can learn how to improve your applications and your CV. This will increase your chances of finding a job in Serbia.

The centre has offices in:

  • Kragujevac
  • Kruševac
  • Planned for: Kostolac.

You will find details on the website and on Facebook. If you have questions, feel free to call or write an email.

You do not have to pay for these services.

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Finding a vocational training programme

The Association of Roma Students (ARS) helps you find a vocational training programme.

The training course called “I want to work” supports you in finding a job. The ARS team can advise you on the following:

  • Which jobs are available?
  • Which jobs might be suitable for you?

You can learn how to apply and what is important at a job interview.

The ARS also organises Girls’ Days. These are days where the focus is particularly on helping girls and young women. You can get insights into the world of work.

You can call the ARS or write an email if you have questions. You do not have to pay for this service.

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Various job vacancies

The Poslovi and Poslovi.infostud websites have various job vacancies for all areas, for example in the craft trades and in academic professions.

You can register and upload your CV. Companies will then be able to find you when they look for new recruits.

The websites explain how you can apply for jobs. Be sure to note the deadlines.

You do not have to pay for this service.

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