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Austria is known for its beautiful cities, stunning landscapes, and Mozart. But if you want to do more than your conventional tourist, think about work and travel in Austria . Not only will you have the chance to dig deeper under the surface of the country, work in Austria will allow you to extend your trip for longer and gain some worthwhile experience. It’s not always easy to know where to turn for volunteer opportunities in Austria. However, our travel guide to Austria provides you with everything you need to plan your next trip. 1. Learn about Self-Sufficiency in Austria Outside of the cities, such as in Konigsdorf, the self-sufficiency movement has gained steam. From large country mansions to little farmsteads, Austrians are learning how to fend for themselves. Search for self-sufficiency projects in Austria. Anyone with DIY skills will be in high demand, as well as anyone who knows about gardening. But many projects will also offer you on the job training. 2. Teach English in Austria Many people visit Vienna, Salzburg, and Graz and automatically believe that everyone speaks fluent English. It’s true that the major cities have a high number of English speakers. However, despite Austria’s strong sense of social duty, there’s a real shortage of qualified English teachers in the smaller towns and villages. Do you have what it takes to teach English in Austria? Work in Austria doesn’t require you to know anything but basic German and you’ll be fully supported as you settle in. 3. Go to the Alps as a Ski Instructor Austria’s ski resorts are legendary. Imagine how valuable a season working in one of those ski resorts could be for you. Not only will you gain the perks of free access to some of the best ski slopes in Europe, but you’ll also be able to teach people about the sport. This is invaluable experience that will serve you well on any future job application. It’s one of the best options for work and travel in Austria. Just bear in mind that competition is fierce and you’ll be expected to apply months in advance of the main ski season.

VOLUNTEER WORK VISA / PERMIT REQUIREMENTS FOR AUSTRIA

Travel in Austria requires you to comply with the immigration requirements of the Schengen Zone . That means UK citizens, prior to Brexit, and citizens of other European Union (EU) countries are able to enter and work in Austria without any form of visa. You are able to stay for as long as you like. From outside the Schengen Zone, things start to differ. For example, South Koreans, the Japanese, Australians, Kiwis, and North Americans are required to get a Schengen visa-on-arrival and can only stay for a maximum of 90 days in every 180 days . With Austria being in the heart of EU, visa runs are not a viable option. Furthermore, overstaying your visa means you can be banned from the whole of the EU for many years. For South Africans, Russians, and Chinese citizens there’s no visa-free allowance. They have to apply for a formal Schengen visa prior to their arrival. For more info click here . These visas don’t apply to paid work. If you manage to land a paid job during your stay you will be expected to apply for a work visa. Depending on where you’re from, these can be notoriously difficult to secure.

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Spring work.

Spring marks the end of the ski season and the melting of the heavy snows that cover Austria. Many outdoor projects are active at this time of year. For example, you can join in with revitalisation projects that take place within the forests and woods of Austria. Many of these are also active around the Alps, towards the border with Slovenia. This is also a good time of year to be volunteering on a farm. Many farmers in Austria require a lot of help during the planting season.

SUMMER JOBS

Summer in Austria brings glorious sunshine and a whole host of tourists. This is an excellent time to visit the cities of Austria. You can teach English to children as part of a summer camp. It’s also possible to find work in general summer camps, where you will be keeping the kids entertained. Throughout the cities, hostels are crying out for volunteers to help them with the increased workload. The most popular location for this is Vienna, but you can also find a number of roles in Innsbruck, Graz, and Salzburg.

For the autumn season, you should refer back to the ‘Spring’ section for more information. Most of the specialist skills required are the same as the spring. Farm work is a popular option for work in Austria because it’s the harvest season. Farmers also need help preparing their farms and their animals for the winter. If you want to travel in Austria long-term, it’s also an ideal time to try to find teaching jobs with longer contracts in the rural areas.

Austria turns into a winter wonderland at the end of the year. It brings hundreds of thousands of people every year to the Alps. Alpine ski resorts are difficult to secure jobs in, but if you can get one you’ll have a great piece of experience to add to your CV. You can find roles in cleaning, customer service, and working directly on the slopes yourself. The best position for you depends on your previous experience. Ski resorts tend to fill positions months in advance of the ski season itself. Try to apply during the summer and autumn to increase your chances of finding a volunteer opportunity in an Austrian ski resort.

ATTITUDE TO FOREIGNERS WORKING OR VOLUNTEERING IN AUSTRIA

With recent political goings on, it’s easy to think that Austria is less welcoming than it once was. If you travel in Austria today you’ll notice that the media has exaggerated how the country reacts to foreigners. You won’t have any issues fitting into Austrian society during your time here. Austrians are used to foreign visitors and you don’t need to worry about any hostility. Just make sure you’re not breaking the rules of your visa when you take up volunteering opportunities in Austria. Are you ready to take on work in Austria?

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Austria is an efficiently-run European country taking great pride in its well-organised transport systems, high quality healthcare and contemporary housing. The country is made up of nine provinces: Salzburg, Tyrol, Styria, Carinthia, Burgenland, Lower Austria, Upper Austria, Vorarlberg, Vienna. 

The land-locked country is one of the most forested countries in Europe – just under half of the country is made up of forests! Furthermore, the Alps make up 75% of the mountainous country. Austria is known for its environmentally-friendly ways and is one of the world’s best destinations for sustainable tourism.

Did you know that 70% of Austria’s power comes from alternative energy and 60% of all waste is recycled? 

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It is not vital to speak the local language to be able to communicate effectively at work as the business language is English, but knowledge of the local language is always a great advantage.

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TUI Austria is located in the 19th district of Vienna. The office space in the office building skyline extends in total to two storeys. The main entrance is located at Heiligenstädter Straße 31, Stiege 3. 

The offices are located on the 5th and 6th floor, the reception is located on the 6th floor.  

Conference rooms are required in the 5 floors as well as in the 6 floors (pre-registration required). Technical equipment for meetings available (pre-registration required) 

TUI Österreich GmbH, TUI Austria Holding GmbH, BFS Touristik GmbH, TUI 4U and Incoming are located in the two floors. BCD Travel (TUI Reisecenter Austria Business Travel GmbH) is located in another office in the 7th district of Vienna.  

The whole team in Austria counts around 650 employees. Of those about 350 are retail travel advisors. In Austria we have in total 65 travel agencies. 

In our Austrian headquarter at Heiligenstädter Straße there are approximately 120 people employed. 

The subway station Spittelau and the two main subway lines U4 and U6 are connected by the so-called Skywalk. To the city center it is only a few minutes by metro. 

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Winter Jobs in Austria

Austria is a one of the most popular countries to work in Europe for people seeking seasonal positions. Austria has some of the best ski resorts in the world and there are lots of jobs available during winter , from working as a ski/snowboard instructor, in a hotel, bars, cafes, restaurants, childcare or in ski chalets/resorts.

Some of the best ski resorts to work at in Austria include:

Tyrol • St Anton • Innsbruck (the capital of Tyrol) • Ischgl• Lech Zürs • Mayrhofen

Salzburg • Zell am See-Kaprun • Saalbach • Obertauern

Summer Jobs in Austria

During summer Austria attracts millions of visitors from around the world and the tourism industry hires lots of temporary workers. Lots of local and International recruiters hire staff to work at hotels, holiday resorts, summer camps, language schools/camps and more. These positions are very popular with Austrian and European students seeking employment during the summer break so get your application in early to stand the best chance of getting hired.

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Young Austria Summer Camps Are you a real team player, do you enjoy working with children and young people, are you dynamic, flexible and responsible, do you have stamina and do you enjoy being out in nature? Then a camp counsellor is the perfect summer job for you!

Village Camps Village Camps offers activity and adventure camps, performing arts, dance, stem robotics and coding, surf, football, tennis, leadership, and a selection of language camps in different locations! Village Camps recruit summer camp employees and also have jobs all-year round for our Outdoor Education programmes to work in the village of Piesendorf, nestling in the spectacular mountain and lakeside scenery of the Austrian Alps.

Visa, Eligibility & Requirements

If you’re an EU or European Economic Area (EEA) citizen, you do not need a work permit or visa to work in Austria. This makes the whole process of moving to and finding employment in Austria easier.

Jobs in Austria for Non-EU Citizens

For citizens outside of Europe, you will need to check your country specific requirement as you will usually need to apply for a visa. If you’re a UK citizen, due to Brexit and the United Kingdom’s leaving the EU, the process for working in Austria is now more difficult and complicated. You will need to check to see if you are eligible and also apply for a residence permit. You can check latest visa/entry requirements online, or contact your local Austrian embassy or consulate with specific questions.

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Language If you know basic German – spoken and written – this will really boost your chances of finding employment in Austria. This will also make the whole experience of living here and integrating easier.

Money/Currency/Salaries Austria uses the Euro and wages are high by European standards. What you get paid really depends on the role and employer. Winter seasonal job salaries aren’t as high as places like Switzerland but most jobs include accommodation for free.

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Job Number 24095601Job Category Housekeeping & LaundryLocation Hotel Imperial a Luxury Collection Hotel ..From legendary palaces and remote retreats to timeless modern classics, each luxury hotel and resort..spaces, or other similar responsibilities, the Guest Environment Expert makes sure the spaces in the hotel ..housekeeping functions with responsibility for maintaining the appearance and cleanliness of the whole hotel

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for running and supervising every aspect of our hotel operations...As an employer we look, act and think like a hotel , but instead we offer a lot more...As you can tell, this goes way beyond your old-school hotel duties: you are the hotel’s super-skilled..Together with the Front of House Manager, Hotel Manager and the team of community hosts, you’ll be responsible..Not just another hotel - we’re a game changing innovator, challenging every convention and defining the

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of IT (Full time #538721)Property / Office: Mandarin Oriental, ViennaLocation: Vienna, Austria The hotel ..responsible for the compliance of the Information Technology and Audio Visual environment within the hotel ..are generally separate from the hotel (s) IT Support team and should be available weekdays for escalation..compliance and routine task management.The Director of IT is the main technical interface between the hotel .., Projects, Risk Management, Task Management, Lifecycle Management, Cybersecurity & PCI Compliance, Hotel

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In an exclusive 4-star superior hotel in Ischgl? Together with a motivated, international team?..In an exclusive 4-star superior hotel in Ischgl? Together with a motivated, international team?..: the 4-star superior Hotel Seespitz stands for exclusive comfort, warm hospitality and alpine tradition..leisure and further education offers throughout Paznaun with the Paznaun - Ischgl CREW Card More than a hotel ..exquisite cuisine of the house, but also the spacious wellness world and the first-class location of the hotel

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Contract: Summer Seasonal Starting date: 06/05/2024 Finishing date: 15/09/2024 This is a Modern 4* Hotel ..Most of the rooms have a lake view and the Hotel is perfect for both Business or Family summer holidays

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Vorarlberg, Austria Employment type: Full-timeStart date: immediatelyOn behalf of our client, a 4*S Hotel ..Main duties:Prepare mis-en-place for all menusPrepare, cook and present food consistently to hotel /..at all timesThe ideal candidate will:Possess 4 years of experience as a Chef de Partie in a 4* or 5* hotel

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The hotel is only 100 m away from the lifts by escalator and has 160 beds as well as the madlein hotel ..Then become part of our Hotel Madlein team...Is the upscale 4-star hotel industry your passion?..* The madlein - first design hotel in the Alps on the sunniest place in Ischgl Bribable simplicity

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Let the hotel inspire you to be your future vacation- hotel ...* Placed in the center of Ischgl the Hotel Solaria offers everything you expect from a top hotel .. Hotel Solaria fulfills every wish in for your holiday...The Hotel Solaria is situated approx. 150m from the cable car station "Pardatschgrat" and approx

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* More than a hotel : the 4-star superior Hotel Seespitz stands for exclusive comfort, warm hospitality..In an exclusive 4-star superior hotel in Ischgl? Together with a motivated, international team?..Organization and management of the hotel kitchen Management of the kitchen team, taking into account..regulations completed specialized training several years of experience in comparable positions in the upscale hotel ..exquisite cuisine of the house, but also the spacious wellness world and the first-class location of the hotel

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To manage and effectively run the Catering & Conference Services activities of the hotel ...City, The Savoy in London, Fairmont San Francisco, Fairmont Banff Springs in Canada, Fairmont Peace Hotel ..closely with the Director of Sales, to monitor group pick-up and contractual attrition clauses and hotel ..Ensuring adherence to all Fairmont Hotel and Resorts core standards for Conference Services and Banquets..Qualifications Bachelor degree in Hotel Management and/or equivalent experience working in the hospitality

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Work in Austria

With its vibrant economy, high standard of living, and in-demand opportunities in the hospitality and tourism sectors, Austria welcomes professionals from around the globe to embark on a fulfilling career journey

Austria ranks 14th in the World Happiness Report 2024 , and it's no surprise. With a thriving economy, low unemployment, and a population of around nine million enjoying a high quality of life, Austria is a promising destination for anyone considering a move abroad.

Relocating to Austria is a fantastic opportunity to not only develop your career prospects but also to learn a second language. While English is widely spoken, German is Austria's official language, and fluency is essential for success in the workplace. Mastering German will not only boost your CV but also open doors to a deep cultural experience.

Austria caters to all interests in your free time, where you can hike the challenging trails of the stunning Stubai Alps or witness the roar of engines at the Formula One Austrian Grand Prix held in Spielberg every July. You can also immerse yourself in the country's rich history with a visit to Vienna's Schönbrunn Palace, or relive the magic of The Sound of Music with a tour of Salzburg, the city where this beloved classic was filmed.

Jobs in Austria

Austria stands out in Europe for its stable economy, fuelled by a network of small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). While the service industry generates the biggest share of Austria's income, manufacturing is also a large portion, with mechanical and steel engineering, chemicals, and automotive manufacturing, supporting the country's industrial sector.

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Austria is renowned for its centuries-old tradition of craftsmanship, and its jewellery, ceramics, and glassware are highly sought-after around the world. The country's stunning landscapes and historic cities like Vienna and Salzburg fuel a booming hospitality and tourism industry, offering plenty of opportunities for those looking for work in the travel industry.

To search for job vacancies in Austria, visit:

  • Glassdoor - English speaking jobs in Austria
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Skills shortages

A skilled workforce is in high demand across various sectors in Austria, including engineers and construction professionals, as well as registered nurses and certified social workers.

In demand graduate jobs include:

  • engineers for data processing
  • cost accountants
  • ophthalmic opticians.

Visit  migration.gv.at - Austria-wide shortage occupations  for a full list of Austria's skills shortage areas.

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How to get a job in Austria

If you're searching for job openings in Austria, you can use online employment services such as EURES. However, some employers may not prefer online applications, so you may need to submit your application via post.

When sending your application, include the following details:

  • a detailed CV with a photograph of yourself
  • your qualification certificates
  • brief details of any relevant work experience
  • details of any voluntary work
  • personal interests
  • contact details
  • your education history.

Your CV should not exceed two pages and must be accompanied by a cover letter, both written in German. If you are invited for an interview, make sure to dress formally and arrive on time, as Austrian employers consider punctuality to be of great importance.

Summer jobs

There are plenty of seasonal work opportunities in Austria. During the summer months, bustling tourist destinations offer a variety of roles in bars, cafes, restaurants, and clubs. This is a great way to develop your hospitality skills while experiencing the energy of Austria's tourist scene.

In winter, Austria's renowned ski resorts become a job seeker's paradise. You can train as a ski instructor and share your passion for snow sports, or take on a role at a resort, like a lift operator or chalet host. Seasonal jobs offer a great way to explore Austria, and the work experience gained can enhance your CV. If you're interested in winter positions, browse Snow Season Central to find vacancies during ski season.

If you're looking for a different kind of seasonal work, consider grape picking or an au pair role. Although these positions may offer lower salaries, they often come with included accommodation and meals, making them budget-friendly choices. Additionally, you don't need to be fluent in German to secure an au pair role, meaning you can immerse yourself in the language and culture.

If you're seeking hands-on experience and can manage your own expenses, volunteering opportunities are another rewarding path. It's a great way to explore breathtaking scenery, gain valuable work experience, and boost your CV.

Volunteering schemes are available through:

  • International Voluntary Service (IVS) in Britain
  • WWOOF Austria  - giving you the chance to volunteer on organic farms while getting to know the locals.

Teaching jobs

Austria has a high rate of English proficiency, but there's still a need for qualified English teachers. The competition can be tough, particularly in Vienna and Salzburg. However, your chances of landing a job increase significantly if you have a TEFL or TESOL certification.

You can apply for teaching positions in public schools, private language academies, or universities, where you'll have the opportunity to assist students with different abilities. You may be teaching young children who are just starting to learn, or business professionals who want to improve their skills.

The British Council's Language Assistants Programme is a great way to get started. It's a year-long scheme that places you in two Austrian schools, with a workload of around 13 hours per week. You'll receive a monthly stipend of €1,400 (£1,205), and the programme is open to participants under 35 with basic German (A2 level).

For more information, see the  British Council Language Assistants - Austria .

Internships

If you're looking for an internship or work placement in Austria, there are plenty of opportunities available for both short-term and year-long programmes. Not only will you gain valuable experience, but you'll also get to explore the beauty of Austria.

However, if you're from outside the European Union (EU), you'll need to obtain an Austrian National Visa (Visa D) before starting your internship - keep this in mind while planning.

For those interested in science and technology, the Institute of Science and Technology (IST) Austria offers year-round opportunities as well as their summer programme, the ISTernship.

UK students seeking international work experience can participate in the Turing Scheme , a government-funded programme that supports international placements. Check with your institution to see if they participate.

Finally, AIESEC UK and IAESTE UK offer internships and summer work placements for students and recent graduates. AIESEC UK is a great option for those looking for any type of internship, while IAESTE UK focuses on science, engineering, and applied arts students.

Austrian visas

If you are not from the EU - including UK citizens - you will need a visa to work in Austria. There are different types of visas available for various purposes, and you can reach out to your local Austrian embassy or consulate to learn more about the visa requirements. The Austrian Foreign Ministry offers a list of representation authorities worldwide, which includes the Austrian Embassy in London .

For UK citizens, GOV.UK - Travel to Austria for work can also be a useful resource. If you are an EU or European Economic Area (EEA) national, you don't need a work visa or permit to enter Austria and seek employment. However, if you are coming from Croatia, you might face some restrictions.

For those who require a visa, there are three main types available:

  • The EU Blue card is a type of residence and work permit tied to a specific job offer, and requires you to hold a university degree.
  • The Red-White-Red Card is a points-based immigration system that allows you to work for an Austrian employer for up to 12 months and is available to highly qualified individuals, skilled workers in occupations facing shortages, self-employed key workers, and graduates of Austrian universities.
  • The Jobseeker Visa allows highly qualified non-EU citizens to look for work in Austria for up to six months and requires you to apply for the appropriate work permit if you secure employment during this time.

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Language requirements

To promote successful social and professional integration into Austria, The Austrian Federal Government has developed the National Action Plan for Integration (NAP) to emphasise the importance of a strong grasp of the German language - both spoken and written. 

Österreichisches Sprachdiplom Deutsch (ÖSD) , also known as the Austrian Language Diploma, is the official examination system recognised by Austria for German as a foreign language.

You can take the exam at more than 45 centres located in various countries around the world. Additionally, several other institutions and organisations offer a range of German language courses.

For further details, you can visit the association of Austrian language schools, Campus Austria .

How to explain your qualifications to employers

Thanks to the Bologna Process, an agreement between European countries to ensure comparability in standards of teaching and quality of qualifications, any higher education qualifications obtained in the UK are directly comparable to their Austrian counterparts. Therefore, if you're planning to work in Austria with a UK Bachelors, Masters or PhD, these qualifications will generally be recognised and accepted by Austrian employers.

As a general rule, it's always best to double-check with potential employers before you submit your application, just to make sure they recognise your qualification.

To find out more about how your qualifications are recognised, see  ENIC-NARIC .

What it's like to work in Austria

As an employee in Austria, you can expect to have an eight-hour workday and a 40-hour workweek. However, in some industries, you may work slightly shorter hours, with a 38-hour week. You are entitled to a generous five weeks of leave per year, which increases to six weeks after completing 25 years of service. Additionally, there are 13 annual paid public holidays in the country.

Each job sector sets its own minimum wage, as there is no national statutory minimum wage. In general, the collective agreement sets the minimum wage at €1,500 (£1,291) per month, although individual employers may set their own minimum wage in rare cases.

A typical salary in Austria is around €40,000 (excluding Vienna, which has a higher average salary), which is equivalent to approximately £42,000. The country has a progressive rate of income tax that ranges up to 50%. The amount of tax you pay depends on your income, and income tax and insurance contributions are deducted from your salary.

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Seasonal Jobs & Working Holidays in Austria

Austria is a very popular destination for both summer can winter and it is easy to see why. There is friendly local people, stunning scenery, a variety of jobs and a relaxed atmosphere. Apply to work in Austria! Search recruiters and jobs including casual, temporary, seasonal and year round positions. 

Seasonal, Summer & Winter Jobs in Austria

Find seasonal vacancies, work experience & internships and short term & temporary jobs in Austria for EU citizens & foreigners.

A Guide to Working in Austria

One of the main benefits of choosing to work in Austria is that the cost of living is low compared to other countries in Europe so you will be able to save more money. 

Popular jobs people apply for include tourism work, part time jobs, au-pair and winter ski jobs. In winter you could consider working at a Austrian ski resort as there is a need for international staff, you will get to see the natural beauty of the country which has rolling hills and picturesq scenery. Jobs can include instructing ski lessons, assisting on ski slopes, lift operators, slope patrols and general chalet staff.

Read more information about working in Austria and search featured recruiters today.

Best Places to Seek Employment in Austria 

The best places to find work are large cities, towns and also tourist destinations:

Summer Jobs in Austria 

During summer there are fruit picking and tourism jobs available or if you are looking for a year round position why not consider applying for a job as an au-pair, this is a great way to live for free although wages can be low. You will get to look after children and experience life in an Austrian family, you could apply to work in places like the capital Vienna. 

Working as a holiday rep can be fun, in summer people head to Austria for the nature, walks, hikes and bike excursions and people are needed to lead these. There are also campsites located throughout the country, usually you will need to secure employment prior to arrival. A unique experience can be to work at a farm or vineyard, you can find fruit picking and agriculture jobs in places like near the Danube river, Wachau and Burgenland regions.

Winter Jobs in Austria 

Ski season jobs in Austria are an amazing opportunity to get paid and experience some of the most spectacular locations in the continent. Working at a ski resort is firstly a really fun experience but also looks great on a CV and will provide you with a memorable experience.

Types of Jobs Available There are a wide range of world class resorts in Austria which need staff in winter when lots of tourists come to stay during peak winter season. Jobs can include bar staff, childcare, cooks, ski instructors, hotel staff, maintenance man, chalet staff, ski shop assistants, reps, administrators and also managerial positions.

Resorts & Where to Seek Employment You can find jobs in various ski resorts like Saalbach-Hinterglemm, Zell-am-See, Kaprun, Carinthia, Ischgl, Montafon, Arlberg, Otztal, Solden, Kitzbuhel, Schladming, Mayrhofen and Bad Gastein. You can apply direct to locally run operations or also through international companies like UK based ski operators who hire and send staff overseas. There are resorts for all levels and abilities - also some are open all year round. It can be difficult to get a job in St Anton, this is a very popular location but we highly recommend Mayrhofen as an alternative. You will stand a better chance of getting a job here whils the skiing is also good.

What to Expect Working a winter ski season in Austria will be a challenging, exhausting but amazing experience. If you are just looking to ski, then book a holiday as sometimes days can be long and the wages might seem low for the amount of effort you put in. But the prospect of getting to ski in some world class resorts and experiencing a lifestyle for a long period will make this job worthwhile. In the picturesque towns and resorts there is usually great social events meaning you will get to make new friends from all over the world. If you speak a little German this can be a bonus but not a necessity, it's recommended to learn though. You will also get lots free time – it’s not all work where you can go sightseeing or see new places. 

Best Time to Apply If you are reading this and are really keen to apply, then get prepared, work on your CV/cover letter and apply early. Most international travel companies start recruiting around April, May, June and July and this is when you will stand the best chance of getting placed. Demand will be high and you might need to go through an interview process. If you are applying late then don't worry, people sometimes cancel leaving last minute spaces during August and September. There is also the option to independently seek work in country.

Salary for Working in Austria

There isn't an official minimum wage in Austria and how much you get paid really depends on your company / job. 

Jobs in Austria for Foreigners & Non-EU Citizens 

Are you interested to find job vacancies in Austria but not sure if you are eligible as you are not from a country in the EU?  We get lots of enquires from people from all around the world including countries like India and South Africa who are keen to secure employment in Austria but as you might have realised this isn't that simple. 

There are several way how you can find jobs in Austria as a non-EU citizen. Some companies offer jobs in Austria for Indian, South African and other nationalities but to get hired you will need to be eligible for a work visa or have a company offer you a position.

Our best advice is to contact the recruiters listed on our website who will be able to help you secure work legally in the country.

How to Apply

You will put yourself in the driving seat if you  learn German , most international and local employers really want staff who are multilingual. You could start today, buy a phrase book, look on the internet, or book lessons - this will really help you in your quest for the perfect summer / winter job in Austria. Not everyone in Austria  speaks English  and learning the local language will also help with your integration and make the experience more enjoyable. If you need any help getting a job in Austria please get in touch, you might also like to view all of our  seasonal jobs in Europe .

Austria Working Holiday Reviews & Testimonials

If you have ever been to work in Austria and would like to write about your experience, recommend a recruiter or share any advice please contact us.

“I’ve worked three ski seasons in Austria and they really have been the best time of my life. Getting employment can be tricky at the moment though but keep trying”

"If you get some spare time head to the SPC camp which has halfpipes, rails, jumps and trails - this is where top pro snowboarders train and it is an amazing sight to see them up close in person"

"Spending a ski season working in Austria will be a wonderful experience, the people in this country will make you feel very welcome. You will also get to go skiing - A LOT!"

"I was there for five months as a seasonaire, and every day I woke up to snow on the mountains. To work across an icy beginner’s slope wasn’t exactly my idea of fun at first, but you will love it and nothing compares to working a winter season here." - Alice Scott

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We are young austria.

As a private youth travel operator, young austria has been organising trips for children and young people for almost 70 years.

As a professional network of accommodation providers, we have been creating both sporting experiences and active adventures in Salzburgerland together with our 16 partner houses since 1950. The ya! summer camps form a small, but perfectly formed part of our company. Our goal is not only to ensure the company stays ahead of trends in the youth travel sector, but to offer holidays full of experiences for children and young people from all over the world to enjoy.

young austria regards itself as a tour operator for children and young people between 6 and 17. We aim to promote the talents and strengths of our young guests and support them on what is often their first trip without parents.

When children and young people from all over the world come together, culture, religion and politics play no part. Our drive is to facilitate unforgettable experiences and promote friendships from all over the world.

We act as an extension of parental care and constantly ensure that parents are aware that their children are in safe hands. As holiday operators, we use a mixture of comprehensive communication, individual care and highly responsible actions, day in, day out.

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Are you at least 19 years old, a real team player and do you enjoy working with children and young people? Are you dynamic, flexible and responsible, do you have stamina and do you enjoy being out in nature?  If you are an English native speaker, we would love to welcome you to the English Action Camp! If you speak German, you can also work in one of our many other camps (e.g Outdoor & Activity Camp, German Camp, Kids Camp etc.). Check out what jobs we currently have available!

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  • Online application The first step involves applying on our website using our online application form. We will contact you as soon as possible via email after we have received your application. 
  • Interview If your application is accepted, you will receive an invitation to an online interview. This is very important to us since we want to get to know every applicant personally. Moreover, we organise online ya! get-to-know-each-other meetings starting in January where you will receive further information about young austria and our camps, and where you can ask any questions you may have.
  • Definitive job confirmation After the interview and once we have agreed on which weeks you would like to work, you will receive a definitive job confirmation. 
  • Training For all counsellors starting work at the beginning of the summer, there will be a 2-day English native speaker seminar right before camp starts. The counsellor training aims to prepare you for work at camp and involves various workshops on topics such as group leading skills, planning camp activities as well as child safeguarding and lesson planning. For everyone starting work later in the summer, you are expected to arrive on the Wednesday before the new camp week starts for the counsellor training.

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As a counsellor in our English Action Camp, you can either work as an activity leader or an English teacher. You do not need any prior teaching experience in order to be able to teach in camp! Please note that even as an activity leader, you might have to cover classes from time to time.   As an activity leader, you will have the following responsibilities: 

  • planning and preparing activities
  • running activities
  • room counselling
  • supervising and entertaining the children during Happy Time (our organised free time at camp)

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As a teacher, you will have the following responsibilities: 

  • planning and preparing English lessons (grammar, vocabulary, conversation, country & culture)
  • teaching lessons to a group of around 10 children (level A1-B2)
  • assessing camp participants in an informal interview according to the CEFR (Common European Framework of Reference for Languages) upon their arrival 
  • supporting the free time activities 
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  14. Work in Austria

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  15. 10 travel designer Jobs in Austria, June 2024

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  21. 82 foreign Jobs in Austria, June 2024

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  22. Number of travel and tourism jobs in Austria 2022

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