How To Find Work in Russia

With work in Russia (Russian Federation), if you want your work application to be taken seriously you are required to consider all national differences.

Before you start packing your bags and kissing your mom or sweetheart goodbye, realize this - looking for work in Russia, demands more than writing your Russian CV in another language, it needs detailed preparation.

You should to show that you are flexible, culturally sensitive, able to adapt to new circumstances and cultures, and that you possess some commitment and motivation (for the job, not the location!).

Applying for work in Russia has changed significantly over the past couple of years, thanks to mass CV distribution services, online recruitment databases and opportunities to email work search applications.

A foreign individual (i.e., one who is not a Russian Federation permanent resident or citizen), who intends to work in Russia is typically required to possess a work permit or other authorisation to legally do so.

art_warning Work In RussiaMost visits to Russia are trouble-free but you should be aware of the global risk of indiscriminate international terrorist attacks, which could be against civilian targets, including places frequented by foreigners.

You should be prepared to take Russia as it is with all of its difficulties, contradictions and challenges. Therefore, the most important advice to those looking for work in Russia is to consider national differences, if they want their application to be taken seriously.

While some positions require strong language skills (translator, interpreter, consultant, etc.) others demand only minimal foreign language skills.

When applying for work in Russia, you may use either Russian or other foreign language, depending on the company and your fluency. Write in Russian language to Russian companies and in other foreign language to international ones. Foreign work seekers are expected to have at least a basic understanding of Russian language because knowledge of Russian is consider necessary to cope with daily office life and life outside work. On the other hand, in the IT sector for example, there is a fair chance of finding work when you are capable of just speaking English.

Many people believe that having studied the Russian language at school or college means you are able to speak that language – but do not be mistaken. Having to convince your boss or pass an interview in language that is not your native tongue could prove a lot more difficult than you might expect. Accept that most of successful expatriate professionals are bilingual and many of them bi-cultural. Because of that, they can comfortably relate to people from both the East and West.

Remember, that after the days of communism, Russia (Russian Federation) is establishing their own national recruitment habits. Recruiters shift from the selection based on academic criteria to skills and qualities. As many managers have been in post since the days of communism, there is still a gulf between moves to "westernize" and the traditional methods of doing business.

The Internet is now the best place to access information about jobs for Russia. However, you should complement online work search by methods that are more traditional because Russian jobs are advertised in different ways and some jobs are not advertised in traditional forms at all.

More than half of all Russia jobs are not advertised and is filled through referrals or networking. We refer to this as the "hidden job market" and it is a very important aspect in the work search process.

art_tip Work In RussiaWith work in Russia, quite often, it is not what you know but whom you know

Employment agencies are also beginning to make an appearance in Russia. They are present in major cities and are available on the Internet. An applicant who already has a specific idea of where s/he would like to work can apply to these agencies directly.

Make sure you know in advance, in what currency you will be paid!

Search for work in Russia using the most powerful job search engine on the Internet to date!

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To run your Russia jobs search, simply type keywords, job title or company name into the что/what box describing the kind of job you want and enter a city, region or postcode in the где/where box. Then click the найди/Find button or hit the Enter key on your keyboard.

Careerjet searches Russia jobs listed on all of the major job boards, newspaper sites, niche industry sites and corporate job sites. Those include:

nsk.erabota.ru, jobpages.ru, delo.net.ru, jobspb.ru, rhr.ru, rabotagrad.ru, jobday.ru, nsk.erabota.ru, businessrealty.ru, job.upper.ru, rabota.ngs.ru, bezdelnikov.net, 68.ru, vakansy.com, jobtown.ru, tyumen-rabota.ru, rabota66.ru, rabotka.org, rabotagrad.ru, kadrovichka.ru, jobspb.ru, unona-job.ru, job-union.ru, vaclist.ru, job43.ru, superjob.ru, kem-rabota.ru, bankir.ru, jobinsib.ru, kras-rabota.ru, job.rostov-don.ru, physcareer.ru, xerox.ru, rjb.ru, e-xecutive.ru, trud.ru, delsib.ru, rabota-v-zelenograde.ru, oilcareer.ru and hundreds more.


art_remember Work In RussiaYou may search for work in Russia right now, but when you find some you must apply immediately with your current CVs and cover letters.

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If you struggle with your CV writing, instead of staring at a blank piece of paper, use:

art_tip Work In RussiaWrite a cover letter convincing the reader why you are the best candidate for interview. If your cover letter writing is poor, use:

Other Work in Russia Info

We hope that you found work in Russia and you obtained Russia visa with Russia work permit too. So, start preparing for the Russian interview and get the work you want.

In addition, on job search, visas, work permits, cover letters, CVs & resumes, job interviews and dress codes pages, you will find very useful tips for many different countries.

Good luck with your work in Russia!

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