Jordan is a Middle Eastern country in the Middle East. Arabic is the official language. If you have already a work permit, or you are Jordanian, you can just go down to see how to find a job in Jordan.
If you don’t have a work permit, the first thing you need to do is to find a job. So go down to see how to find a job in Jordan.
The resources listed below can help you find work as a foreigner in Jordan.
Job Search Engines and Classifieds in General
With the sites listed below, you can expect a response rate of 0.5 to 1.0 percent (people who will respond to you after receiving your application/CV). Nonetheless, I encourage you to give these sites a shot since you never know what you’ll find or what connections you’ll make just by sending an e-mail or filling out a form.
- Naukri: It is one of the most popular sites in the Middle East.
- Job Monitor: This site gives you many good job opportunities.
- Akhtaboot: Famous site for job hunting in Jordan.
- Bayt: A big Middle Eastern job search site.
- Career Jet: Career Jet has newly introduced job search options for Jordan.
- United Nations Jobs: Work for the UN.
- Learn4Good: Learn4Good has a good portal for jobs on a number of levels.
Recruitment agencies in Jordan
GULF JORDANIAN SKILLED COMPANY is one of Jordan’s most prestigious recruitment firms, having been granted a license by the Jordanian Ministry of Labor in 2001.
PETRA stands for “Peerless platform for vacancy breach administration.” PETRA takes pride in being ahead of the curve in terms of recognition and accreditation.
Since 1991, Ajeets Consultants has been Jordan’s premier provider of recruitment services. Through a broad range of creative solutions, Ajeets Group provides distinct value to clients and applicants.
It’s possible that you could teach English (if you are a native English speaker that is). All of the sites listed below are fairly comparable and provide a large number of teaching English job opportunities. Look through each site to see if there are any English employment openings in Jordan. Also, have a look at this amazing table from the International TEFL Academy, which shows how much money teachers can earn in various nations throughout the world.