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CStewart replied to the thread Do any jobs exist for only English speakers in Romania? on the Romania forum:
hellraiser66 initially posted:
I probably can answer this question myself but I just thought it would be worth just asking on this forum. My situation is that my partner is Romanian and although she wishes to come to the UK we are faced with issues of her young child not being allowed by ex to leave Romania at this time. So to explore all avenues I just wondered if there is any jobs that only require English language, although I have been to Romania many times I have not learnt the language, as there was never the intention to move there but.....I am a young 60 year old (age does not help either) who is a peoples person, working face to face situations all my life with people from all walks of life, I am willing to consider any opportunities that may exist as a possible solution to my situation, confident by nature, a hard and keen worker willing to try anything, anywhere in Romania but ideally in Arges if possible for that is where my partner lives. Even working as a couple would be something considered!. I know this is definitely a long shot, a very long short but if you don't ask you will never know is what I believe in. If anyone has any opportunities or advice I would appreciate it, as I said this is just another option I need to look at which may lead to an open door or close one completely. Thanks in anticipation Ian PS Yes I know that some people
CStewart replied on July 21, 2015 with:
Oh my, thanks for the response and best of luck there in Crete!
WeddingHorses replied on July 21, 2015 with:
I do not live in Romania now. Marriage broke up. Live on Crete now mate
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CStewart posted U.S. Expats in Oradea - Job Opportunity on the Romania forum on July 21, 2015:
Hi there. I need to hire an admin for office work in Romania. Needs to be an "English first language-Romanian second language" individual. Please private message me or answer here, if you prefer. Would love to make a hire ASAP. I look forward to hearing from you
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james1267 posted Where to live in Romania on the Romania forum:
Hi, I lived in Bucharest for 6 months then moved back to Spain for 18 months, but now looking to go back to Romania, can anyone suggest different areas to live in, any areas I shouldn't go to? I do need to have a good connection to the internet and some space for myself and dogs so city centres are not for me. Any information would be greatly appreciated.
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Lumi replied to the thread Criminal history for employment in Romania on the Romania forum:
andrewkdavidson initially posted:
I am currently living in Bucharest and received a job offer by a company in Romania. I need to provide "cazier judiciar" and "cazier fiscal" to be hired. Through which agencies have you gone through? Which specific documents have you provided? And what kind of timeline can I expect for the employment visa process. Thank you, in advance, for any information you can share.
Lumi replied most recently with:
Hi Raluca2410, it is very common for important jobs in the EC to ask for the legal status of the candidate; especially for important jobs with the state buerocracy in Germany for example. It is justified that an employer wants to know about the legal status of the candidate in cases where trust is important , for example for the job as accountant. So this is really is not a "Romanian bueroceacy " !
Lumi replied most recently with:
Hi Raluca2410, it is very common for important jobs in the EC to ask for the legal status of the candidate; especially for important jobs with the state buerocracy in Germany for example. It is justified that an employer wants to know about the legal status of the candidate in cases where trust is important , for example for the job as accountant. So this is really is not a "Romanian bueroceacy " !
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gregcuve posted house timisoara on the Romania forum:
Hello I am expat and living in Timisoara. I want to rent the house as I will be moving out soon, great place recommended where I lived 3 years. Feel free to contact me +40 722 36 27 97 or gregorycuvelier@hotmail.com
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Very nice studio for rent in one of Bucharest's top areas!
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pejsata posted School franchise in Romania? on the Romania forum:
Hi there, I'm a 34 yo English teacher (originally from Wroclaw, Poland) However, for some time now I've been planning to move to Romania with my wife. The only problem is that we have neither friends nor relatives there with whom we could stay for starters. That's why we'd probably have to find a job or set up a small business before we leave Poland. At first I considered starting my own school of English, but then it occured to me that going for a franchise might actually be a better idea for a foreigner, considering the number of available mother companies that could offer me their support. So I googled for a while and came across a number of schools I could strike a decent deal with, one of which You'll find here http://speak-up.pl/en. Unfortunately none of my friends have ever had any experience with Speak Up , so if any of You guys ever heard of this school, or any of its franchises in Romania, please let me know. What interests me the most is whether or not they'll make a decent franchising opportunity, where should I possibly invest first and if there are any means to tell if a particular local market (for example in Transilvania) is going to be friendly for my franchise or not. I'd be grateful for any info as it's really hard for me to explore the market solely through Google :)
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Lumi replied to the thread card de sanatate on the Romania forum:
corinanouk initially posted:
Does anyone know if foreign nationals get a health insurance card? I pay all contributions as I'm employed in Romania and have been living here for 4 years. I'm a bit confused as to what i have to do. Thanks!
Lumi replied most recently with:
Hello corinanouk, if you are officially employed in Romania and stay there for a while, you have to pay contributions to the National health insurance. Conssidering that you definitely have the right to access a "card de sanatare. This is in accordance with Romanian and European law which is also binding for Romania.
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